Pamukkale

The Greek Theater is a large building that can be preserved with its entire faÁade of 300 foot (91 m) leaning on a slope. To build; BUSINESS. Following a major earthquake in 60 AD, during the reign of Flavius. It started in 62. It is under construction during the Hadrian period (117 - 137 AD). In the period of Severus period Completed in 206. There are 50 seats in the cave. These seats are divided into 7 sections with 8 steps. Diozoma, which passes through the middle of the cavea, is entered on both sides by a vaulted passage (vomitorium). There are 5 doors and six niches on the front wall of the 6 foot (3.66 m) high wall surrounding the kingdom lodge and orchestra in the middle of the cavea and there are 10 columns in front of them. Marble columns are decorated with motifs of oyster shell. Behind the stage, the rear wall adorns three rows of columns arranged on top of each other, and the bottom rises above the octagonal pedestals and is threadless.

The reliefs were made by different masters in different periods as it is understood from their styles. It is possible to see the effects of Hellenistic sculpture arts in the crowded, moving and lively figures especially in the scenes where mythological subjects are processed. In these figures, some influences of the Pergamon Art School (Reliefs of Zeus Horses) can be seen. In terms of embellishing the stage building with embossed friezes, the theater is very similar to Perge, Side and Nyssa theaters.