List of Roman amphitheatres

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The remains of at least 230 amphitheatres have been found widely scattered areas of the Roman Empire. These are usually oval, and are not to be confused with the more common "ordinary" theatres, which are semicircular structures. There are, however, a number of buildings that have had a combined use as both theatre and amphitheatre, particularly in western Europe. Following is a list of Roman amphitheatre locations by country.

List
City
(Roman name)
City
(modern name)
Country
Coordinates
Notes
References
Photograph
DyrrhachiumDurrësAlbania41°18′44″N 19°26′43″E / 41.312186°N 19.445323°E / 41.312186; 19.445323 (Dyrrhachium (Durres))Durrës Amphitheatre
Amphitheatre of Dürres.jpg
LambaesisLambèseAlgeria35°29′21″N 6°15′36″E / 35.489247°N 6.259935°E / 35.489247; 6.259935 (Lambaesis (Lambèse))
Colonia Claudia CaesareaCherchellAlgeria36°36′31″N 2°11′56″E / 36.608740°N 2.198826°E / 36.608740; 2.198826 (Colonia Claudia Caesarea (Cherchell))
GemellaeM'liliAlgeria34°38′07″N 5°31′22″E / 34.635409°N 5.522764°E / 34.635409; 5.522764 (Gemellae (M'lili))[1]
ThevesteTébessaAlgeria35°24′04″N 8°07′26″E / 35.401246°N 8.123764°E / 35.401246; 8.123764 (Theveste (Tébessa))Aerial Photograph[1]
TipasaTipazaAlgeria36°35′35″N 2°26′44″E / 36.593152°N 2.445456°E / 36.593152; 2.445456 (Tipasa (Tipaza))Map of Tipasa
Tipasa.jpg
CarnuntumPetronellAustria48°06′36″N 16°51′03″E / 48.1101°N 16.8509°E / 48.1101; 16.8509 (Carnuntum (Petronell) - civil)

48°07′37″N 16°53′34″E / 48.1269°N 16.8927°E / 48.1269; 16.8927 (Carnuntum (Petronell) - military)

2 amphitheatres [2]
Ancient Roman amphitheatre in Petronell-Carnuntum.JPG
Flavia SolvaLeibnitzAustria46°46′00″N 15°34′03″E / 46.766744°N 15.567417°E / 46.766744; 15.567417 (Flavia Solva (Leibnitz))[2]
VirunumMagdalensbergAustria46°41′53″N 14°22′01″E / 46.697951°N 14.366943°E / 46.697951; 14.366943 (Virunum (Magdalensberg))[2]
Virunum Arena Suedteil 22092006 02.jpg
Augusta TraianaStara ZagoraBulgaria
DiocletianopolisHisaryaBulgaria42°30′10″N 24°42′35″E / 42.502825°N 24.709776°E / 42.502825; 24.709776 (Diocletianopolis (Hisarya))[2]
MarcianopolisDevnyaBulgaria43°13′20″N 27°34′10″E / 43.222222°N 27.569444°E / 43.222222; 27.569444 (Marcianopolis (Devnya))
TrimontiumPlovdivBulgaria42°08′48″N 24°45′03″E / 42.14678°N 24.75094°E / 42.14678; 24.75094 (Trimontium (Plovdiv))Should be removed as only theatre & circus located in Plovdiv.[2]
SerdicaSofiaBulgaria42°41′52″N 23°19′48″E / 42.697803°N 23.330031°E / 42.697803; 23.330031 (Serdica (Sofia))In ground floor of Arena di Serdica Hotel. [2]

Amphitheatre of Serdica

Sofia-amphitheatre-remnants-1.jpg
Pietas Iulia PolaPulaCroatia44°52′23″N 13°51′00″E / 44.873176°N 13.850112°E / 44.873176; 13.850112 (Pietas Iulia Pola (Pula))Pula Arena

Pula amphitheatre

Pula-amfiteatar.JPG
SalonaeSolinCroatia43°32′18″N 16°28′26″E / 43.538469°N 16.473956°E / 43.538469; 16.473956 (Salonae (Solin))[3]
Salona 200807.jpg
BurnumCroatia44°01′09″N 16°01′06″E / 44.0192°N 16.0182°E / 44.0192; 16.0182 (Burnum)Roman military camp near Šibenik, had a small amphitheatre, recently discovered [2]
Augusta PaphusPaphosCyprus34°45′18″N 32°24′19″E / 34.754942°N 32.405344°E / 34.754942; 32.405344 (Augusta Paphus (Paphos))[2]
SalamisCyprus35°11′08″N 33°54′09″E / 35.185522°N 33.90238°E / 35.185522; 33.90238 ((Salamis))Amphitheatre almost vanished.[2]
BagintonEngland52°22′24″N 1°29′46″W / 52.373395°N 1.496120°W / 52.373395; -1.496120 ((Baginton))Lunt Roman Fort

Probably a horse training ground.

Calleva AtrebatumSilchesterEngland51°21′32″N 1°04′31″W / 51.35885°N 1.07528°W / 51.35885; -1.07528 (Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester))[2] [4] [5]
Silchester Amphitheatre.jpg
CamulodunumColchesterEngland51°53′00″N 0°54′00″E / 51.883333°N 0.9°E / 51.883333; 0.9 (Camulodunum (Colchester))Located in 2005 (near Circular Road North)
Corinium DobunnorumCirencesterEngland51°42′41″N 1°58′20″W / 51.711500°N 1.972190°W / 51.711500; -1.972190 (Corinium Dobunnorum (Cirencester))Cirencester Amphitheatre [2]
Cirencester Amphitheatre.jpg
Deva VictrixChesterEngland53°11′21″N 2°53′13″W / 53.189191°N 2.887027°W / 53.189191; -2.887027 (Deva Victrix (Chester))Chester Roman Amphitheatre [6] [2]
Chester amphitheatre.jpg
DurnovariaDorchesterEngland50°42′28″N 2°26′25″W / 50.70790°N 2.44039°W / 50.70790; -2.44039 (Durnovaria (Dorchester))Maumbury Rings [2]
Maumbury-rings-inside.jpg
FrilfordEngland51°40′15″N 1°21′44″W / 51.670833°N 1.362222°W / 51.670833; -1.362222 (Frilford)Debated [7] [2]
Iscalis (?)CharterhouseEngland51°18′19″N 2°43′13″W / 51.3054°N 2.72032°W / 51.3054; -2.72032 (Iscalis (Charterhouse))[2]
Isurium BrigantumAldboroughEngland54°05′17″N 1°22′53″W / 54.088179°N 1.381325°W / 54.088179; -1.381325 (Isurium Brigantum (Aldborough))
LondiniumLondonEngland51°30′56″N 0°05′32″W / 51.515546°N 0.092215°W / 51.515546; -0.092215 (Londinium (London))Guildhall Art Gallery [2]
Noviomagus ReginorumChichesterEngland50°50′08″N 0°46′21″W / 50.835448°N 0.772496°W / 50.835448; -0.772496 (Noviomagus Reginorum (Chichester))[2]
RutupiaeRichboroughEngland51°17′25″N 1°19′36″E / 51.290171°N 1.326534°E / 51.290171; 1.326534 (Rutupiae (Richborough))[2]
Viroconium CornoviorumWroxeterEngland52°40′00″N 2°39′00″E / 52.666667°N 2.65°E / 52.666667; 2.65 (Virocorium Cornoviorum (Wroxeter))No confirmed amphitheatre found at Wroxeter. Speculation as to purpose of cropmark enclosure includes such.
Venta IcenorumCaistor St EdmundEngland52°34′48″N 1°17′18″E / 52.579979°N 1.288262°E / 52.579979; 1.288262 (Venta Icenorum (Caistor St Edmund))[8] [2]
VerulamiumSt AlbansEngland51°45′14.56″N 0°21′29.88″W / 51.7540444°N 0.3583000°W / 51.7540444; -0.3583000 (Verulamium (St Albans))Theatre that had been used as an amphitheatre; note the almost oval shape.
Verulamium Roman Theatre 2.jpg
AgedincumSensFrance48°12′00″N 3°17′35″E / 48.200036°N 3.292997°E / 48.200036; 3.292997 (Agedincum (Sens))[2]
AginnumAgenFrance44°12′18″N 0°36′48″E / 44.204938°N 0.613258°E / 44.204938; 0.613258 (Aginnum (Agen))
AlaliaAlériaFranceCorsica [2]
Apta JuliaAptFrance43°52′36″N 5°23′51″E / 43.876569°N 5.397437°E / 43.876569; 5.397437 (Apta Julia (Apt))No remains of Amphitheatre located. This is the theatre.[2]
ArelateArlesFrance43°40′39.92″N 4°37′51.37″E / 43.6777556°N 4.6309361°E / 43.6777556; 4.6309361 (Arelate (Arles))Arles Amphitheatre.[2] Still in use today (for Bullfighting, plays, concerts & events).
Amfitheater.jpg
ArgentomagusArgenton-sur-CreuseFrance46°35′57″N 1°30′35″E / 46.599061°N 1.509718°E / 46.599061; 1.509718 (Argentomagus (Argenton-sur-Creuse))Theatre used also as amphitheatre.[2]
AugustodunumAutunFrance46°57′06″N 4°17′58″E / 46.951667°N 4.299444°E / 46.951667; 4.299444 (Augustodunum (Autun))[2]
AugustomagusSenlisFrance49°12′19″N 2°34′33″E / 49.205191°N 2.575768°E / 49.205191; 2.575768 (Augustomagus (Senlis))Theatre used as amphitheatre. Photograph[2]
AugustoritumLimogesFrance45°49′50″N 1°15′06″E / 45.830446°N 1.251743°E / 45.830446; 1.251743 (Augustoritum (Limoges))[2]
AvaricumBourgesFrance47°05′04″N 2°23′27″E / 47.0845°N 2.39087°E / 47.0845; 2.39087 (Avaricum (Bourges))[2]
Beaumont-sur-OiseFrance49°08′46″N 2°17′48″E / 49.146210°N 2.296752°E / 49.146210; 2.296752 ((Beaumont-sur-Oise))
Beaumont amphi1.JPG
BurdigalaBordeauxFrance44°50′51.81″N 0°34′57.57″W / 44.8477250°N 0.5826583°W / 44.8477250; -0.5826583 (Burdigala (Bordeaux))[2]
Galien3bdxjulbzh.jpg
CaesarodunumToursFrance47°23′43″N 0°41′47″E / 47.3953°N 0.696394°E / 47.3953; 0.696394 (Caesarodunum (Tours))
CassinomagusChassenonFrance45°51′02″N 0°46′08″E / 45.850565°N 0.768990°E / 45.850565; 0.768990 (Cassinomagus (Chassenon))[2]
CemenelumNiceFrance43°43′11.84″N 7°16′31.42″E / 43.7199556°N 7.2753944°E / 43.7199556; 7.2753944 (Cemenelum (Nice))[2]
Arènes romaines de Cimiez.jpg
DerventumDrevantFrance46°41′35″N 2°31′21″E / 46.693051°N 2.522388°E / 46.693051; 2.522388 (Derventum (Drevant))Theatre that had been adapted for gladiatorial events[2]
Drevant Amphitheatre Gallo-Romain.JPG
DivodurumMetzFrance49°07′11″N 6°10′20″E / 49.119631°N 6.172198°E / 49.119631; 6.172198 (Divodurum (Metz))
Forum IuliumFréjusFrance43°26′4.01″N 6°43′42.60″E / 43.4344472°N 6.7285000°E / 43.4344472; 6.7285000 (Forum Iulium (Fréjus))[2]
Frejus-amphitheatre-05.jpg
GeinumGennesFrance47°20′6.75″N 0°14′19.44″W / 47.3352083°N 0.2387333°W / 47.3352083; -0.2387333 (Geinum (Gennes))[2]
GrannusGrandFrance48°23′07″N 5°29′28″E / 48.385268°N 5.491047°E / 48.385268; 5.491047 ((Grand))[9]

A "half amphitheatre", distinguished from a normal theatre by its oval layout.[2]

Grand amphitheatre vgen.jpg
Julia Baeterrae SeptimanorumBéziersFrance43°20′23″N 3°12′51″E / 43.3396°N 3.2141°E / 43.3396; 3.2141 (Julia Baeterrae Septimanorum (Béziers))[2]
Beziers Arenes.jpg
JuliobonaLillebonneFrance49°31′04″N 0°32′12″E / 49.517815°N 0.536603°E / 49.517815; 0.536603 (Juliobona (Lillebonne))A half-amphitheatre.[2]
TheatreLillebonne.jpg
LimonumPoitiersFrance46°34′41″N 0°20′23″E / 46.5781°N 0.33965°E / 46.5781; 0.33965 (Limonum (Poitiers))[10] [2]
LugdunumLyonFrance45°46′13.79″N 4°49′50.15″E / 45.7704972°N 4.8305972°E / 45.7704972; 4.8305972 (Lugdunum (Lyon))Amphitheatre of the Three Gauls [2]
Amphiteatre Trois Gaules Lyon.jpg
LutetiaParisFrance48°50′41.99″N 2°21′10.46″E / 48.8449972°N 2.3529056°E / 48.8449972; 2.3529056 (Lutetia (Paris))Arènes de Lutèce [2]
Roman arena in Paris.jpg
Mediolanum SantonumSaintesFrance45°44′45″N 0°38′39″W / 45.745892°N 0.644060°W / 45.745892; -0.644060 (Mediolanum Santonum (Saintes))[11] [2]
Saintes amphitheatre.jpg
MontbouyFrance47°52′22″N 2°49′09″E / 47.872894°N 2.819046°E / 47.872894; 2.819046 (Montbuoy)
Narbo MartiusNarbonneFrance43°11′01″N 3°00′15″E / 43.1836°N 3.0042°E / 43.1836; 3.0042 (Narbo Martius (Narbonne))No amphitheatre has ever been located at Narbonne[2]
NemaususNîmesFrance43°50′5.69″N 4°21′34.75″E / 43.8349139°N 4.3596528°E / 43.8349139; 4.3596528 (Nemausus (Nimes))Arena of Nîmes.[2] Still in use today (for Bullfighting, plays, concerts & events).
Nimes amphi.jpg
SamarobrivaAmiensFrance49°32′02″N 2°10′28″E / 49.534020°N 2.174333°E / 49.534020; 2.174333 (Samarobriva (Amiens))[12] Now underground and buried [2]
SanxayFrance46°17′39″N 0°07′13″E / 46.294189°N 0.12021°E / 46.294189; 0.12021 (Sanxay)[13] [2]
Sanxay Amphitheatre-1.jpg
SegodunumRodezFrance44°21′06″N 2°34′10″E / 44.3518°N 2.56939°E / 44.3518; 2.56939 (Segodunum (Rodez))[2]
TolosaToulouseFrance43°36′53″N 1°23′52″E / 43.614780°N 1.397841°E / 43.614780; 1.397841 (Tolosa (Toulouse))[2]
VesontioBesançonFrance47°14′21″N 6°00′58″E / 47.239279°N 6.015977°E / 47.239279; 6.015977 (Vesontio (Besançon))[2]
Vestiges Arènes Besançon.jpg
Vesuna PetrucorriorumPerigueuxFrance45°10′58″N 0°42′48″E / 45.1827°N 0.7134°E / 45.1827; 0.7134 (Vesuna Petrucorriorum (Perigueux))[2]
Augusta TreverorumTrierGermany49°44′53″N 6°38′57″E / 49.748019°N 6.649105°E / 49.748019; 6.649105 (Augusta Treverorum (Trier))
TrierAmphitheaterMay1999.jpg
Castra VeteraGermany51°38′15″N 6°28′22″E / 51.637517°N 6.472900°E / 51.637517; 6.472900 (Castra Vetera)Near Xanten
Ulpia TraianaXantenGermany51°40′02″N 6°27′05″E / 51.667200°N 6.451251°E / 51.667200; 6.451251 (Ulpia Traiana (Xanten))
Stadium (3) (archaeological park Xanten, Germany, 2005-04-23).jpg
CorinthCorinthGreece37°54′35″N 22°53′31″E / 37.909824°N 22.892078°E / 37.909824; 22.892078 (Corinth (Corinth))[2]
GortynGortynGreece35°03′29″N 24°57′30″E / 35.058004°N 24.958405°E / 35.058004; 24.958405 (Gortyn (Gortyn))Map of Gortyn, showing amphitheatre This is incorrect. It is a great theatre, long mistaken for an amphitheatre, but clearly D shaped from aerial photos. The actual amphitheatre lies under the church in the village of Agioi Deka, built over the arena where the 10 saints were martyred. The shape of the arena can be made out in surrounding buildings.[2]
AquincumBudapestHungary47°34′03″N 19°02′53″E / 47.567577°N 19.047985°E / 47.567577; 19.047985 (Aquincum (Budapest) - civil)

47°31′59″N 19°02′21″E / 47.532947°N 19.039066°E / 47.532947; 19.039066 (Aquincum (Budapest) - military)

(2 amphitheatres: the Nagyszombat utcai, the Katona városi) [2]
Aquincum - bridge.jpg
Amphitheatre.jpg
GorsiumTácHungary[2]
Caesarea MaritimaCaesareaIsrael32°30′24″N 34°53′51″E / 32.506568°N 34.897378°E / 32.506568; 34.897378 (Caesarea Maritima)[2]
EleutheropolisBeit GuvrinIsrael31°36′30″N 34°53′38″E / 31.6082°N 34.8939°E / 31.6082; 34.8939 (Eleutheropolis)[14] [2]
Beit Guvrin.JPG
ScythopolisBet She'anIsrael32°29′55″N 35°30′05″E / 32.498508°N 35.501446°E / 32.498508; 35.501446 (Scythopolis (Bet She'an))[2]
Amphitheatre in Bet She'an.jpg
AbellaAvellaItaly40°57′41″N 14°36′30″E / 40.961454°N 14.608316°E / 40.961454; 14.608316 (Avella)Photograph
AbellinumAvellinoItaly40°55′00″N 14°47′00″E / 40.91667°N 14.78333°E / 40.91667; 14.78333 (Abellinum (Avellino))[2]
AcelumAsoloItaly45°48′00″N 11°55′00″E / 45.8°N 11.91667°E / 45.8; 11.91667 (Acelum (Asolo))[2]
Alba FucensAlbeItaly42°04′38″N 13°24′44″E / 42.0772°N 13.4123°E / 42.0772; 13.4123 (Alba Fucens (Albe))Photograph[2]
Alba Longa (?)Albano LazialeItaly41°43′58″N 12°39′54″E / 41.732720°N 12.664948°E / 41.732720; 12.664948 (Alba Longa (Albano Laziale))Photograph[2]
Albano L. Anfieatro Romano.JPG
AlbingaunumAlbengaItaly44°02′38″N 8°12′41″E / 44.043859°N 8.211315°E / 44.043859; 8.211315 (Albingaunum (Albenga))[2]
AllifaeAlifeItaly41°19′32″N 14°20′06″E / 41.325586°N 14.334989°E / 41.325586; 14.334989 (Allifae (Alife))
AltinumAltinoItaly45°32′57″N 12°24′00″E / 45.5492°N 12.4001°E / 45.5492; 12.4001 (Altinum (Altino))[15]
AmiternumL'AquilaItaly42°24′02″N 13°18′22″E / 42.400513°N 13.306014°E / 42.400513; 13.306014 (Amiternum (L'Aquila))[16] [2]
AnconaItaly43°37′29″N 13°30′43″E / 43.6246°N 13.5119°E / 43.6246; 13.5119 ((Ancona))[2]
AntiumAnzioItaly41°27′00″N 12°37′00″E / 41.45°N 12.61667°E / 41.45; 12.61667 (Antium (Anzio))[2]
AquileiaItaly45°27′39″N 13°12′56″E / 45.460736°N 13.215626°E / 45.460736; 13.215626 (Aquileia)[2]
AquinumAquinoItaly41°30′N 13°42′E / 41.5°N 13.7°E / 41.5; 13.7 (Aquinum (Aquino))Now completely disappeared, buried beneath the Autostrada.[2]
AriminumRiminiItaly44°03′36″N 12°34′29″E / 44.059939°N 12.574804°E / 44.059939; 12.574804 (Ariminum (Rimini))[2]
Rimini015.jpg
ArretiumArezzoItaly43°27′38″N 11°52′49″E / 43.460570°N 11.880326°E / 43.460570; 11.880326 (Arretium (Arezzo))[2]
Arezzo-anfiteatro01.jpg
AssisiumAssisiItaly43°04′16″N 12°37′13″E / 43.071079°N 12.620270°E / 43.071079; 12.620270 (Assisium (Assisi))[17] [2]
Augusta BagiennorumBene VagiennaItaly44°33′23″N 7°50′59″E / 44.556327°N 7.849728°E / 44.556327; 7.849728 (Augusta Bene Vagienna (Augusta Bagiennorum))[2]
Augusta Praetoria SalassorumAostaItaly45°44′27″N 7°19′24″E / 45.740766°N 7.323419°E / 45.740766; 7.323419 (Augusta Praetoria Salassorum (Aosta))[2]
Semicolonne anfiteatro di aosta.jpg
BeneventumBeneventoItaly41°07′56″N 14°46′04″E / 41.132266°N 14.767640°E / 41.132266; 14.767640 (Beneventum (Benevento))[18]
CaralisCagliariItaly39°13′26″N 9°06′48″E / 39.223914°N 9.113216°E / 39.223914; 9.113216 (Caralis (Cagliari))Roman Amphitheatre of Cagliari
Cagliari Roman Amphitheatre 2003.jpg
CalesCalviItaly41°12′05″N 14°08′16″E / 41.201408°N 14.137759°E / 41.201408; 14.137759 (Cales (Calvi))[2]
CanusiumCanosa di PugliaItaly41°13′19″N 16°03′22″E / 41.222051°N 16.055983°E / 41.222051; 16.055983 (Canusium (Canosa di Puglia))[2]
CapuaSanta Maria Capua VetereItaly41°05′09″N 14°15′00″E / 41.085931°N 14.250105°E / 41.085931; 14.250105 (Capua)

41°05′05″N 14°15′01″E / 41.084832°N 14.250187°E / 41.084832; 14.250187 (Capua, Early)

Just to the south, currently being excavated beneath the Piazza Adriano are the remains of another amphitheatre, believed to predate the standing one.Capua#Amphitheatre
Amphitheater santa maria capua vetere.jpg
CarsulaeItaly42°38′22″N 12°33′33″E / 42.6395°N 12.5591°E / 42.6395; 12.5591 (Carsulae)[19] [2]
CasinumCassinoItaly41°28′58″N 13°49′25″E / 41.482732°N 13.823544°E / 41.482732; 13.823544 (Casinum (Cassino))Photograph [2]
Catăna  • CatĭnaCataniaItaly37°30′26″N 15°05′07″E / 37.507335°N 15.085354°E / 37.507335; 15.085354 (Catăna (Catania))[3][2]
Catania anfiteatro romano2423.jpg
Civitas CamunnorumCividate CamunoItaly45°56′37″N 10°16′52″E / 45.9435°N 10.281°E / 45.9435; 10.281 (Civitas Camunnorum (Cividate Camuno))Estimated capacity: 5500 people.[4] Civitas Camunnorum
Anfiteatro romano - Cividate Camuno (Foto Luca Giarelli).jpg
CumaeItaly40°50′31″N 14°03′21″E / 40.841929°N 14.055903°E / 40.841929; 14.055903 (Cumae)Photograph [2]
EgnatiaAnazzoItaly40°53′16″N 17°23′28″E / 40.887799°N 17.391103°E / 40.887799; 17.391103 (Egnatia (Anazzo))Photograph [2]
EporediaIvreaItaly45°28′04″N 7°53′16″E / 45.4678°N 7.88769°E / 45.4678; 7.88769 (Eporedia (Ivrea))[2]
Fabrateria NovaSan Giovanni IncaricoItaly41°31′08″N 13°33′11″E / 41.518807°N 13.552995°E / 41.518807; 13.552995 (Fabrateria Nova (San Giovanni Incarico))Photograph
Falerio PicenusFaleroneItaly43°06′04″N 13°29′47″E / 43.1011°N 13.4964°E / 43.1011; 13.4964 (Falerio Picenus (Falerone))
Falerii NoviItaly42°18′10″N 12°21′39″E / 42.302694°N 12.360894°E / 42.302694; 12.360894 (Falerii Novi)[20] [2]
FidenaeItalyA wooden amphitheatre collapsed here in AD 27, killing at least 20,000.[5]
Firmum PicenumFermoItaly[21]
FlorentiaFlorenceItaly43°46′09″N 11°15′34″E / 43.769228°N 11.259521°E / 43.769228; 11.259521 (Florentia (Florence))[2]
FormiaeFormiaItaly41°16′00″N 13°37′00″E / 41.26667°N 13.61667°E / 41.26667; 13.61667 (Formiae (Formia))[2]
Forum NovumVescovioItaly[22]
FrusinumFrosinoneItaly41°38′22″N 13°21′11″E / 41.639385°N 13.352968°E / 41.639385; 13.352968 (Frusinum (Frosinone))[2]
GrumentumItaly40°17′14″N 15°54′42″E / 40.287320°N 15.911550°E / 40.287320; 15.911550 (Grumentum)[2]
HerdoniaeOrdonaItaly41°18′38″N 15°37′23″E / 41.3105°N 15.6231°E / 41.3105; 15.6231 (Herdoniae (Ordona))?[2]
HimeraTermini ImereseItaly37°59′16″N 13°41′37″E / 37.987800°N 13.693664°E / 37.987800; 13.693664 (Himera (Termini Imerese))Photograph [2]
HispellumSpelloItaly42°59′45″N 12°39′55″E / 42.995938°N 12.665265°E / 42.995938; 12.665265 (Hispellum (Spello))[23] [2]
HistoniumVastoItaly42°06′41″N 14°42′28″E / 42.111279°N 14.707821°E / 42.111279; 14.707821 (Histonium (Vasto))[24][dead link] [2]
Interamna NaharsTerniItaly42°33′35″N 12°38′36″E / 42.5598°N 12.6433°E / 42.5598; 12.6433 (Interamna Nahars (Terni))[25] [2]
Interamnia PraetutianaTeramoItaly42°39′29″N 13°42′11″E / 42.658115°N 13.703109°E / 42.658115; 13.703109 (Interamna Praetutiana(Teramo))Photograph [2]
LanuviumLanuvioItaly41°41′00″N 12°42′00″E / 41.68333°N 12.7°E / 41.68333; 12.7 (Lanuvium (Lanuvio))[26] Photograph [2]
LarinumLarinoItaly41°48′20″N 14°54′59″E / 41.805529°N 14.916364°E / 41.805529; 14.916364 (Larinum (Larino))Photograph [2]
Larino Amphitheatre. First Century AD.jpg
LibarnaItaly44°42′21″N 8°52′04″E / 44.705942°N 8.867859°E / 44.705942; 8.867859 (Libarna)[27][28] [2]
LiternumItaly[2]
LuccaItaly43°50′43″N 10°30′22″E / 43.845320°N 10.506166°E / 43.845320; 10.506166 (Lucca)[2]
Anfiteatro Lucca.gif
LuceraItaly41°30′30″N 15°20′42″E / 41.5083°N 15.3449°E / 41.5083; 15.3449 ((Lucera))Lucera's amphitheatre [2]
Amphitheatre of Lucera4.jpg
Lucus FeroniaeItaly42°07′48″N 12°35′41″E / 42.129874°N 12.594746°E / 42.129874; 12.594746 (Lucus Feroniae)[2]
LunaLuniItaly44°03′45″N 10°01′20″E / 44.062573°N 10.022085°E / 44.062573; 10.022085 (Luna (Luni))[2]
Luna Amphitheater1.jpg
LupiaeLecceItaly40°21′09″N 18°10′23″E / 40.352473°N 18.172944°E / 40.352473; 18.172944 (Lupiae (Lecce))[2]
Lecce Anfiteatro 2003.jpg
MarruviumSan Benedetto dei MarsiItaly42°00′23″N 13°37′39″E / 42.0065°N 13.6276°E / 42.0065; 13.6276 (Marruvium (San Benedetto dei Marsi))
MediolanumMilanItaly45°27′25″N 9°10′43″E / 45.457026°N 9.178663°E / 45.457026; 9.178663 (Mediolanum (Milan))Milan amphitheatre
4193 - Milano - Ruderi dell'Arena romana - Foto Giovanni Dall'Orto 14-July.2007.jpg
MevaniaBevagnaItaly42°56′13″N 12°36′55″E / 42.936912°N 12.615350°E / 42.936912; 12.615350 (Mevania (Bevagna))[29]
MinturnaeMinturnoItaly41°14′30″N 13°45′50″E / 41.241630°N 13.763832°E / 41.241630; 13.763832 (Minturnae (Minturno))[30]
NeapolisNaplesItaly40°51′07″N 14°15′20″E / 40.851843°N 14.255639°E / 40.851843; 14.255639 (Neapolis (Naples))[31]
NoraItalyUnexcavated [2]
NuvlanaNolaItaly40°55′40″N 14°31′13″E / 40.927722°N 14.520287°E / 40.927722; 14.520287 (Nuvlana (Nola))
OcriculumOtricoliItaly42°24′43″N 12°28′01″E / 42.411882°N 12.466898°E / 42.411882; 12.466898 (Ocriculum (Otricoli))[32] [33]
OstiaOstia AnticaItaly41°45′14″N 12°17′24″E / 41.753898°N 12.289925°E / 41.753898; 12.289925 (Ostia Antica (Ostia))New discovery [34][35][36]
PaestumItaly40°25′21″N 15°00′23″E / 40.422409°N 15.006500°E / 40.422409; 15.006500 (Paestum)[2]
PaestumAmphitheatre.JPG
PataviumPaduaItaly45°24′42″N 11°52′45″E / 45.411630°N 11.879132°E / 45.411630; 11.879132 (Patavium (Padua))The arena has been built upon, its site commemorated in the Arena Chapel [2]
03PadovaArena.JPG
PeltuinumItaly42°17′13″N 13°37′24″E / 42.286878°N 13.623418°E / 42.286878; 13.623418 (Peltuinum) (?)[2]
PollentiaPollenzoItaly44°41′05″N 7°53′45″E / 44.684739°N 7.895866°E / 44.684739; 7.895866 (Pollentia (Pollenzo))[2]
PompeiiItaly40°45′05″N 14°29′42″E / 40.751264°N 14.494970°E / 40.751264; 14.494970 (Pompeii)Amphitheatre of Pompeii
Pompeji - Arena.jpg
PuteoliPozzuoliItaly40°49′33″N 14°07′31″E / 40.825919°N 14.125313°E / 40.825919; 14.125313 (Puteoli (Pozzuoli))

40°49′34″N 14°07′39″E / 40.826231°N 14.127524°E / 40.826231; 14.127524 (Puteoli, Small (Pozzuoli))

Flavian Amphitheater; a 2nd minor amphitheater buried beneath the nearby subway line.[2]
Flavian Amphitheater (Pozzuoli) -3.jpg
RomaRomeItaly41°53′25″N 12°29′33″E / 41.890177°N 12.492395°E / 41.890177; 12.492395 (Colosseum)Colosseum
Colosseum in Rome-April 2007-1- 2D.jpg
RomaRomeItaly41°53′15″N 12°30′54″E / 41.887569°N 12.515047°E / 41.887569; 12.515047 (Amphitheatrum Castrense)Amphitheatrum Castrense[37]
Castrense2.JPG
RomaRomeItaly41°53′24″N 12°29′42″E / 41.889882°N 12.494881°E / 41.889882; 12.494881 (Ludus Magnus)Ludus Magnus, a "training amphitheatre". No longer extant are the Amphitheater of Statilius Taurus or the Amphitheater of Nero.
Monti - Ludus Magnus 1010039.JPG
RudiaeItaly40°20′03″N 18°08′50″E / 40.3342°N 18.1473°E / 40.3342; 18.1473 (Rudiae)?[2]
RusellaeRoselleItaly42°49′42″N 11°09′33″E / 42.828364°N 11.159210°E / 42.828364; 11.159210 (Rusellae (Roselle))[38] [2]
Anfiteatro Roselle 1.JPG
ScolaciumBorgiaItaly38°49′12″N 16°35′00″E / 38.82°N 16.5833°E / 38.82; 16.5833 (Scolacium (Borgia))Photograph [2]
SegusiumSusaItaly45°08′00″N 7°02′42″E / 45.133356°N 7.045136°E / 45.133356; 7.045136 (Segusium (Susa))[2]
SpoletiumSpoletoItaly42°44′19″N 12°44′21″E / 42.738489°N 12.739059°E / 42.738489; 12.739059 (Spoletium (Spoleto))[2]
SuasaCastelleone di SuasaItaly43°37′29″N 12°59′12″E / 43.6247°N 12.9867°E / 43.6247; 12.9867 (Suasa (Castelleone di Suasa))[2]
Anfiteatro di Suasa - Vomitorium laterale 3.JPG
SutriumSutriItaly42°14′21″N 12°13′44″E / 42.239028°N 12.228974°E / 42.239028; 12.228974 (Sutrium (Sutri))[2]
Sutri Amphitheater Aussicht.JPG
SyracusaeSyracuseItaly37°04′27″N 15°16′44″E / 37.074178°N 15.278904°E / 37.074178; 15.278904 (Syracusae (Syracuse))[2]
Syracuse amphi Romain.jpg
Teate MarrucinorumChietiItaly42°20′43″N 14°09′45″E / 42.345175°N 14.162512°E / 42.345175; 14.162512 (Teate Marrucinorum (Chieti))[2]
TelesiaTelese TermeItaly41°13′26″N 14°30′04″E / 41.223857°N 14.501014°E / 41.223857; 14.501014 (Telesia (Telese Terme))[2]
Anfiteatro Telesia.jpg
TiburTivoliItaly41°57′39″N 12°47′53″E / 41.960705°N 12.798095°E / 41.960705; 12.798095 (Tibur (Tivoli))[2]
Anfiteatro di Bleso 2.JPG
Trebula MutuescaMonteleone SabinoItaly42°13′43″N 12°52′03″E / 42.228480°N 12.867593°E / 42.228480; 12.867593 (Trebula Mutuesca (Monteleone Sabino))
TusculumItaly[2]
TutereTodiItaly42°46′43″N 12°24′48″E / 42.778637°N 12.413282°E / 42.778637; 12.413282 (Tutere (Todi))[2]
Urbs SalviaUrbisagliaItaly43°12′03″N 13°23′14″E / 43.2009°N 13.3872°E / 43.2009; 13.3872 (Urbs Salvia (Urbisaglia))Picture (?) [2]
VeleiaItaly44°47′06″N 9°43′24″E / 44.785057°N 9.723301°E / 44.785057; 9.723301 (Veleia)[2]
VenafrumVenafroItaly41°28′58″N 14°02′47″E / 41.482710°N 14.046255°E / 41.482710; 14.046255 (Venafrum (Venafro))[2]
VenusiaVenosaItaly40°58′11″N 15°49′35″E / 40.969681°N 15.826380°E / 40.969681; 15.826380 (Venusia (Venosa))[2]
VeronaItaly45°26′20″N 10°59′40″E / 45.439006°N 10.994400°E / 45.439006; 10.994400 (Verona)Verona Arena
Verona Arena inside view.jpg
VolsiniiBolsenaItaly42°39′01″N 11°59′24″E / 42.650256°N 11.990112°E / 42.650256; 11.990112 (Volsinii (Bolsena))[2]
ZagaroloItaly41°51′31″N 12°49′09″E / 41.858487°N 12.819272°E / 41.858487; 12.819272 (Zagarolo)
BotrusBatrounLebanon34°15′12″N 35°39′38″E / 34.253315°N 35.660419°E / 34.253315; 35.660419 (Botrus (Batroun))[2]
CyreneLibya32°49′29″N 21°51′03″E / 32.824585°N 21.850739°E / 32.824585; 21.850739 (Cyrene)[2]
Cyrene3.jpg
Leptis MagnaLibya32°37′56″N 14°18′33″E / 32.632251°N 14.309281°E / 32.632251; 14.309281 (Leptis Magna)[2]
Circus Leptis Magna Libya.JPG
PtolemaisLibya32°42′29″N 20°56′44″E / 32.707946°N 20.945587°E / 32.707946; 20.945587 (Ptolemais)[39] [2]
SabrathaLibya32°48′14″N 12°29′38″E / 32.803934°N 12.494008°E / 32.803934; 12.494008 (Sabratha)[2]
LixusMorocco35°11′59″N 6°06′31″W / 35.199735°N 6.108586°W / 35.199735; -6.108586 (Lixus)[40] [2]
Ulpia Noviomagus BatavorumNijmegenThe Netherlands51°51′41″N 6°02′45″E / 51.861286°N 6.045742°E / 51.861286; 6.045742 (Ulpia Noviomagus Batavorum (Nijmegen))No longer extant, but traced out in the street paving of the present-day Rembrandstraat with a few bits of its foundations still visible
BobadelaPortugal40°21′40″N 7°53′36″W / 40.361098°N 7.893427°W / 40.361098; -7.893427 ((Bobadela))[2]
ConímbrigaPortugal40°06′01″N 8°29′43″W / 40.100360°N 8.495403°W / 40.100360; -8.495403 ((Conímbriga))Conímbriga's amphitheatre [2]
TaviraPortugal[2]
MiciaVeţelRomania45°54′54″N 22°49′02″E / 45.914951°N 22.817234°E / 45.914951; 22.817234 (Veţel (Micia))[2]
PorolissumMoigrad-PorolissumRomania47°10′39″N 23°09′15″E / 47.177632°N 23.154054°E / 47.177632; 23.154054 (Porolissum (Moigrad))[2]
Ulpia Traiana SarmizegetusaSarmizegetusaRomania45°31′00″N 22°47′09″E / 45.516751°N 22.785838°E / 45.516751; 22.785838 (Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa)[2]
Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa 12.JPG
InvereskScotland[41]
TrimontiumNewsteadScotland55°36′09″N 2°40′39″W / 55.6026°N 2.6775°W / 55.6026; -2.6775 (Trimontium (Newstead))[42]
ViminaciumStari KostolacSerbia44°43′N 21°10′E / 44.717°N 21.167°E / 44.717; 21.167 (Viminacium (Stari Kostolac))Is this a theatre or amphitheatre? [6]
Viminatium.jpg
CarmonaSpain37°28′11″N 5°39′03″W / 37.469600°N 5.650728°W / 37.469600; -5.650728 ((Carmona))[2]
Carthago NovaCartagenaSpain37°36′03″N 0°58′48″W / 37.600771°N 0.980048°W / 37.600771; -0.980048 (Carthago Nova (Cartagena))[2]
Anfiteatro cartagena.jpg
CordubaCórdobaSpain37°53′03″N 4°47′20″W / 37.884140°N 4.788804°W / 37.884140; -4.788804 (Corduba (Córdoba))[43]
Emerita AugustaMéridaSpain38°54′57″N 6°20′16″W / 38.915956°N 6.337893°W / 38.915956; -6.337893 (Emerita Augusta (Mérida))Mérida amphitheatre [2]
MeridaAnfiteatro.jpg
EmporionAmpuriasSpain42°07′48″N 3°07′03″E / 42.1301°N 3.11741°E / 42.1301; 3.11741 (Emporion (Ampurias))?[2]
Forum Municipii Flavii CaparensisCaparraSpain40°09′51″N 6°06′00″W / 40.1643°N 6.09997°W / 40.1643; -6.09997 (Forum Municipii Flavii Caparensis (Caparra))[2]
ItalicaSpain37°26′38″N 6°02′48″W / 37.443816°N 6.046670°W / 37.443816; -6.046670 (Italica)[2]
Amphitheatre Italica, Spain.jpg
SegobrigaSaelicesSpain39°53′10″N 2°48′50″W / 39.8860°N 2.8140°W / 39.8860; -2.8140 (Segobriga (Saelices))[44] [2]
Segóbriga Circo 04 JMM.jpg
SisapoAlmodovar del CampoSpain38°38′47″N 4°31′06″W / 38.6463°N 4.51827°W / 38.6463; -4.51827 (Sisapo (Almodovar del Campo))Excavation began in 2009
AnfiteatroSisapo2.JPG
TarracoTarragonaSpain41°06′52″N 1°15′32″E / 41.114547°N 1.258817°E / 41.114547; 1.258817 (Tarraco (Tarragona))Tarragona Amphitheatre [2]
Amphitheatre of Tarragona 02.jpg
Augusta RauricaAugstSwitzerland47°31′46″N 7°43′14″E / 47.529313°N 7.720602°E / 47.529313; 7.720602 (Augusta Raurica (Augst))[2]
AventicumAvenchesSwitzerland46°52′52″N 7°02′34″E / 46.881003°N 7.042657°E / 46.881003; 7.042657 (Aventicum (Avenches))[2]
Avenches Aventicum 2004-12-30.jpg
Brenodurum (?)BerneSwitzerland46°58′33″N 7°27′04″E / 46.975758°N 7.451130°E / 46.975758; 7.451130 (Brenodurum (Berne))Engehalbinsel [2][7]
Bern Amphitheatre.jpg
Julia EquestrisNyonSwitzerland46°23′00″N 6°14′29″E / 46.383451°N 6.241263°E / 46.383451; 6.241263 (Julia Equestris (Nyon))[45]
OctodurumMartignySwitzerland46°05′40″N 7°04′24″E / 46.094365°N 7.073460°E / 46.094365; 7.073460 (Octodurum (Martigny))[2]
Amphitheaterforumclaudiival1.jpg.jpg
VindonissaWindischSwitzerland47°28′34″N 8°12′49″E / 47.476249°N 8.213603°E / 47.476249; 8.213603 (Vindonissa (Windisch))[2]
Amphitheatre-Vindonissa.jpg
Dura EuroposSyria34°44′59″N 40°43′44″E / 34.749855°N 40.728926°E / 34.749855; 40.728926 (Dura Europos)[2]
Nova Trajana BostraBosraSyria32°31′04″N 36°28′48″E / 32.517723°N 36.479888°E / 32.517723; 36.479888 (Nova Trajana Bostra (Bosra))Image:Bostra map of Roman city.jpg
AgbiaTunisia[1]
AchollaTunisia35°04′34″N 11°01′08″E / 35.0762°N 11.0188°E / 35.0762; 11.0188 (Acholla)[1]
BararusTunisia35°12′43″N 10°47′28″E / 35.211842°N 10.791201°E / 35.211842; 10.791201 (Bararus)[1]
Belalis MaiorHr. el FaouarTunisia[1]
Bulla RegiaTunisia36°33′37″N 8°45′28″E / 36.560414°N 8.757769°E / 36.560414; 8.757769 (Bulla Regia)[1]
CarpisTunisia[1]
CarthagoCarthageTunisia36°51′23″N 10°18′54″E / 36.856336°N 10.314921°E / 36.856336; 10.314921 (Carthago (Carthage))
Amphitheatre carthage 2006.jpg
Colonia Julia Aurelia CommodaThuburbo MajusTunisia36°23′54″N 9°54′21″E / 36.398212°N 9.905750°E / 36.398212; 9.905750 (Colonia Julia Aurelia Commoda (Thuburbo Majus))[46][1]
Thuburbo Maius Amphitheatre.jpg
HadrumentumSousseTunisia35°49′34″N 10°38′24″E / 35.826°N 10.64°E / 35.826; 10.64 (Hadrumentum (Sousse))[1]
Jebel MorabaTunisia36°35′51″N 9°51′39″E / 36.597628°N 9.860814°E / 36.597628; 9.860814 ((Jebel Moraba))[1]
Ksar HellalTunisia[1]
Ksar LemsaTunisia36°02′05″N 9°41′36″E / 36.034857°N 9.693440°E / 36.034857; 9.693440 ((Ksar Lemsa))[47]
Leptis MinorTunisia35°40′42″N 10°51′59″E / 35.678313°N 10.866518°E / 35.678313; 10.866518 (Leptis Minor)[1]
MactarisTunisia35°51′20″N 9°12′23″E / 35.855562°N 9.206366°E / 35.855562; 9.206366 (Mactaris)[1]
Makthar amphithéâtre.jpg
Municipium Aurelium CommodumHenchir Bou ChaTunisia36°31′40″N 9°53′21″E / 36.5277°N 9.88918°E / 36.5277; 9.88918 (Municipium Aurelium Commodum (Henchir Bou Cha))[48]
Pheradi MaiusBoufichaTunisia36°15′00″N 10°23′49″E / 36.250003°N 10.397047°E / 36.250003; 10.397047 (Pheradi Maius (Sidi Khalifa))[1]
PupputHammamet, TunisiaTunisia36°24′00″N 10°37′00″E / 36.4°N 10.616667°E / 36.4; 10.616667 (Pupput (Hammamet))[1]
SeressiOum El AbouabTunisia36°09′49″N 9°46′32″E / 36.163516°N 9.775575°E / 36.163516; 9.775575 (Seressi)[1]
Sicca VeneriaEl KefTunisia36°11′10″N 8°42′00″E / 36.186°N 8.7°E / 36.186; 8.7 (Sicca Veneria (El Kef))[1]
SimitthusChemtouTunisia36°29′25″N 8°34′49″E / 36.490397°N 8.580217°E / 36.490397; 8.580217 (Simitthus (Chemtou))Map of Simitthus Photograph [1]
SufetulaSbeitlaTunisia35°14′37″N 9°06′52″E / 35.243627°N 9.114540°E / 35.243627; 9.114540 (Sufetula (Sbeitla))Map of Sufetula [1]
ThaenaeTunisia34°39′20″N 10°40′23″E / 34.655531°N 10.673080°E / 34.655531; 10.673080 (Thaenae)
ThapsusTunisia35°37′09″N 11°02′32″E / 35.619145°N 11.042257°E / 35.619145; 11.042257 (Thapsus)[1]
ThibarisTunisia36°30′17″N 9°04′54″E / 36.504680°N 9.081555°E / 36.504680; 9.081555 (Thignica (Ain Tounga))[1]
ThignicaAin ToungaTunisia36°31′40″N 9°21′42″E / 36.527815°N 9.361791°E / 36.527815; 9.361791 (Thignica (Ain Tounga))[2]
ThimisuaArgoubTunisia36°18′39″N 9°19′09″E / 36.310720°N 9.319186°E / 36.310720; 9.319186 (Thimisua (Gaafour))[1]
Thuburbo MinusTebourbaTunisia36°49′46″N 9°50′28″E / 36.829485°N 9.841089°E / 36.829485; 9.841089 (Thurburbo Minus (Thebourba))The amphitheatre here was destroyed at the end of the 17th century during the construction of a bridge.[1] "Thuburbo Minus". Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company. 1913. 
ThuggaTunisia36°25′27″N 9°13′02″E / 36.4242°N 9.21733°E / 36.4242; 9.21733 ((Thugga))[2]
ThysdrusEl DjemTunisia35°17′47″N 10°42′25″E / 35.2964°N 10.7069°E / 35.2964; 10.7069 (Thysdrus (El Djem) - Large)

35°17′24″N 10°42′28″E / 35.2901°N 10.7079°E / 35.2901; 10.7079 (Thysdrus (El Djem) - Small)

2 amphitheatres
Amphitheater El Djem, Typhrus, Tunesia, from the outside 13 Sept 2004.jpg
El Jem arène ancien amphithéâtre.jpg
Uchi MaiusTunisia36°24′44″N 9°05′07″E / 36.4123°N 9.08526°E / 36.4123; 9.08526 (Uchi Maius)[2]
UlissipiraTunisia35°57′31″N 10°26′28″E / 35.958633°N 10.441163°E / 35.958633; 10.441163 (Ulissipira)[1]
UpennaEnfidaTunisia36°08′02″N 10°22′39″E / 36.133958°N 10.377445°E / 36.133958; 10.377445 (Upenna (Enfida))Nothing now remains of Upenna amphitheatre.[2]
UthinaOudnaTunisia36°36′31″N 10°10′10″E / 36.608681°N 10.169365°E / 36.608681; 10.169365 (Uthina (Oudna))[49]
Oudhna Amphitéatre.JPG
UticaTunisia37°03′09″N 10°03′26″E / 37.052482°N 10.057350°E / 37.052482; 10.057350 (Utica)

37°03′03″N 10°03′41″E / 37.050833°N 10.061266°E / 37.050833; 10.061266 (Utica, Small)

2 amphitheatres [1]
AnazarbusTurkey37°14′39″N 35°53′42″E / 37.244079°N 35.894983°E / 37.244079; 35.894983 (Anazarbus)[50]
AizanoiÇavdarhisarTurkey39°12′N 29°37′E / 39.200°N 29.617°E / 39.200; 29.617 (Aizanoi)[8]
Theather, Aizanoi.jpg
PergamonBergamaTurkey39°07′33″N 27°10′28″E / 39.125747°N 27.174432°E / 39.125747; 27.174432 (Pergamon (Bergama))Map
Isca AugustaCaerleonWales51°36′29″N 2°57′25″W / 51.608056°N 2.956889°W / 51.608056; -2.956889 (Isca Augusta (Caerleon))Caerleon amphitheatre [2]
Caerleon - johnelamper - X.jpg
MoridunumCarmarthenWales51°51′43″N 4°17′48″W / 51.862004°N 4.296705°W / 51.862004; -4.296705 (Moridunum (Carmarthen))[2]
Carmarthen Ampitheatre.jpg
Tomen y MurWales52°55′55″N 3°55′24″W / 52.931914°N 3.923463°W / 52.931914; -3.923463 ((Tomen-y-Mur))near Llan Ffestiniog [51] [2]
Venta SilurumCaerwentWales51°36′45″N 2°45′59″W / 51.612381°N 2.766406°W / 51.612381; -2.766406 (Venta Silurum (Caerwent))[2]

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References [edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Jean-Claude Lachaux: Théâtres et amphithéâtres d'Afrique Proconsulaire. Édisud, La Calade, Aix-en-Provence 1970
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu cv cw cx cy cz da db dc dd de df dg dh di dj dk dl dm dn do dp dq dr ds dt du dv dw dx dy dz ea eb ec ed ee ef eg eh ei ej ek el em en eo ep eq er es et eu ev ew ex ey ez Raymond G. Chase: Ancient Hellenistic and Roman amphitheatres, stadiums, and theatres: the way they look now. P. E. Randall, Portsmouth 2002, ISBN 1-931807-08-6
  3. ^ R. J. Wilson, La topografia della Catania romana. Problemi e prospettive, in <<CATANIA ANTICA, Atti del Convegno della SISAC>>, Pisa-Roma 1996, pp. 165-167.
  4. ^ Mariotti 2004
  5. ^ s:The Annals (Tacitus)/Book 4#62
  6. ^ http://www.jat.com/active/ge/home/main_menu/travel_info/jat_review/avgust_2009/viminacijum.html
  7. ^ Bern, Engehalbinsel, Römerbad(German)
  8. ^ Rohn, Corinna. The Theater-Stadium-Complex in Aizanoi. Publikationsserver der BTU Cottbus-Universitätsbibliothek. Retrieved 2012-04-01. 

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