Theater, Argos, Greece, 2017.10.14
The Theater, Argos, Greece, 2017.10.14.
Nikon D7200, 12-24mm f/4G lens @12mm f/8, aperture priority.

"Visible today are Mycenaean tombs (14th to 13th century BCE), a theatre (4th to 3rd century BCE, with 2nd and 4th century CE modifications), an odeum for dramatic and musical performances (5th century BCE), the sanctuary of Aphrodite (430-420 BCE), foundations and walls of the agora (5th century BCE), Roman baths or thermae (2nd century CE), and parts of the ancient, Cyclopean, citadel walls (incorporated into the medieval fortress fortifications on the Larissa hill). The theatre is particularly well preserved and includes 81 rows of seats which would have given it a capacity of 20,000 spectators - the largest of any Greek theatre."

— Mark Cartwright, "Argos", Ancient History Encyclopedia