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Stop At: Museu de Lisboa - Teatro Romano, Rua de Sao Mamede 3 A, Lisbon 1100-532 Portugal
Guided tour of the Museum and ruins of the Roman Theater.
Built at the beginning of the century. I ac .. The location of this scenic building obeyed the criteria of visibility, especially for those arriving by the river, was faced with an imposing mark on the urban landscape and an important symbol of Roman imperial power. The theaters early captivated the population, initially the games, which included scenic performances, had a religious function, being organized in honor of the deities. Later it had a political and religious function, especially after Emperor Augustus, who transformed the theaters into spaces par excellence of the imperial cult.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Lapides das Pedras Negras, Travessa do Almada 1200, Lisbon 1100-018 Portugal
Observation of the Roman Tombstones of the Black Stones.
A century building In the XVIII century, it includes in its façade four tombstones with Roman inscriptions, known as Black Stone Gravestones, two of them dedicated to the gods Mercury and Cybele. The tombstones were supposed to be associated with the remains of a Roman temple dedicated to the goddess Cybele.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Casa dos Bicos-Museu de Lisboa, Rua dos Bacalhoeiros 10 R/C, Lisbon 1100-070 Portugal
Archaeological Center Casa dos Bicos.
It includes traces of a Roman factory, the much appreciated, prepared and seasoned fish, as well as sections of the late Roman wall that were part of the Fence Velha or Moura of Lisbon.
Duration: 30 minutes