cavea


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cavea

The semicircular, tiered seating area of an ancient (esp. Roman) theater.
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We are excited to partner with a top-notch exhibitor such as Cavea Cinemas to introduce IMAX to audiences in Georgia and look forward to working together to expand our presence in this new market," said Andrew Cripps, President, IMAX EMEA.
The infratectum and endexine-foot layer are sometimes separated by a shallow cavea, which can be seen in our SEMs but is also clearly visible using the transmission electron microscope (TEM; Skvarla & Turner, 1966; Skvarla et al.
Finca Sa Cavea in Cas Concos is available the weeks commencing April 5 & 12 from pounds 445 per week (a saving of up to pounds 190).
At the top of the steeply graded cavea there was probably a colonnaded portico of green marble, while the orchestra, about 35 metres in diameter, was paved with white marble.
The high back wall of the stage, the scenae frons, was reserved for Apollo with the Muses, and Roman emperors, while local benefactors were honoured with statues around the cavea.