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Greek theatre in Priene, Turkey which was also used as a parliament, 4th century BC

Greek theatre in Priene, Turkey which was also used as a parliament, 4th century BC


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Greek theatre in Priene, Turkey which was also used as a parliament, 4th century BC

Greek theatre in Priene, Turkey. It was also used as an Ekklesiasterion (parliament), and could seat approximately five thousand people. The armchair was reserved for an important person, typically a priest or official, 4th century BC

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4th Century Bc Ancient Site Armchair Civilisation Great Hall Parliament Seating Turkey


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