The Hellenistic ancient theatre on the south slope of the Acropolis of ancient Pergamum modern day Bergama, Turkey. Dating from the 3rd century BC, the theatre is the steepest of the ancient world. The theatre has 80 rows of seats which could accommodate approximately 10,000 spectators. There was no permanent stage building. The holes for posts supporting the scanae frons and the proscenium are still visible in the pavements on the terrace.
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