Photographer's Note

The Maritime Theatre, definition from unknown sources, but current use is one of the first buildings of the villa, so that was interpreted as the very first, temporary residence at the site of Hadrian. Its characteristics make it credible separation of the hypothesis that the site constituted a very private retreat of the emperor. The structure, begun in 118, was built near the villa Republican. It is a very unique complex, one floor, with no relation to the usual form of a Roman theater, consists of a portico which nothing remains, while the threshold of the atrium and recognizable traces of mosaics. Inside consists of a circular portico with Ionic columns, turned. The porch overlooks a canal in the center of which stands a small island of 45 meters in diameter, also made ??by an atrium and a porch on axis with the entrance, plus a small garden, a small spa, some environments and latrines. The structure did not provide any stone bridge linking the island to the outside world, it was necessary to reach out and to get a short bridge.

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