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Odeon Auditorium Cracker

The most impressive monument of Jordan to this day is probably the theater, which was built during the reign of Antoninus Pius, and could hold six thousand people. The theater and odeon were on two sides of a colonnaded forum, of which only a small part remains today. These originally stood beside a stream and a major road, the Decumanus Maximus; the stream is now in an underground culvert and the road has long since been built over. A triple-arched gate that once stood to the north of the forum has also disappeared; it was the entrance to the processional stairway up to the citadel, and was mentioned by travelers as late as the 1900s.

Odeon Auditorium Cracker


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