Roman Amphiteatre

Local nameAnfiteatro Romano
LocationStampace, Cagliari, Italy

The Roman Amphitheatre of Cagliari is an ancient Roman amphitheatre, located in the city of Cagliari, southern Sardinia, Italy.

The structure, built in the 2nd century AD, was half carved in the rock, while the rest was built in local white limestone, with a façade surpassing 20 m in height. The building axes measured about 93x80, those of the arena about 46.20x31.00. The surface of the arena was 1124.27 square meters. It housed fights between men and animals, of gladiators and other specialized fighters recruited in and outside Sardinia. It was also the seat of public executions. It could house up to 8,000 spectators, some one fourth of the Roman Caralis.

The amphitheatre was no longer in use starting from the 5th century AD and was subsequently used as a free stone quarry by the rulers of the area, from the Byzantines, the Republic of Pisa, the House of Aragon…

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Amphitheatre_of_Cagliari

Official Website http://www.anfiteatroromano.it/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Anfiteatro-Romano-di-Cagliari-133473083374352/

Email itinerarituristici.lms@gmail.com

Phone +39 070 652956

Address Via Sant'Ignazio da Laconi, 09123 Cagliari, Italy

Coordinates 39°13'26.656" N 9°6'47.899" E

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