Archeologists in Bodrum town of south-western province of Mugla have discovered an ancient theatre that was constructed in 400 B.C..
Dr. Derya Sahin, a faculty member of the Uludag University's Archeology Department, said Monday that the 2,500-year-old ancient theatre was discovered during excavations in Myndos ancient city in Bodrum.
The theatre belongs to the Hellenistic period. We can say that it is a huge theatre, Dr. Sahin said.
How big the ancient theatre is really will be known at the end of excavations in Myndos, said the archeologists on site.
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