COORDINATES: 41º19’46.67’’N // 3º08’48.20’’O
TIPOLOGY: Iberan or Roman Theatron.
DATE: I a.C or I d.C.
CAPACITY: 2.000 spectators.
CAVEA: Facing south. It´s rectilinear but it has not a regular shape. The theatre is carved on rock, but there are remains of masonry for a second maeniana. Ima cavea with 9 rows of seats, buy unknown rows in summa. The theatre was used for public or religious propose. There´s a drainage system, consisting of several channels carved on the rock. In summer the rock cavea is used for performances.
ORCHESTRA: An open area, trapezoidal, 200 x 80 m.
STAGE BUILDING: There´s no traces of it.
LOCATION: Close to “Sun gate”
MY BEDSIDE TABLE: www.tiermes.net/opc_yacimiento_virtual.asp?id=2
OUT OF PRINT: It´s said that Salvador Dalí was inspired by the topography of Cadaqués to paint his creations. I say that he probably knew the cavea of Tiermes, or maybe he was the sculptor of the rows of seats.