Pluto in between of the columns of the scenae frons, built in 105 AD and restored between 333 and 335 AD; Replica of the original sculpture dated 1st Century AD, in safe custody at the National Museum of Roman Art since 1986; Roman Theatre, built in 16 - 15 BC, promoted by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa (63 BC-12 BC), Merida (Augusta Emerita, Capital of Hispania Ulterior), Extremadura, Spain

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Pluto in between of the columns of the scenae frons, built in 105 AD and restored between 333 and 335 AD; Replica of the original sculpture dated 1st Century AD, in safe custody at the National Museum of Roman Art since 1986; Roman Theatre, built in 16 - 15 BC, promoted by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa (63 BC-12 BC), Merida (Augusta Emerita, Capital of Hispania Ulterior), Extremadura, Spain

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Keywords:
Roman
Antiquity
Sculpture
Mythology
Gods
Worship
Theatre
Entertainment
Architecture
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Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
Augustus Caesar
Hispania Ulterior
Augusta Emerita
Merida
Extremadura
Spain
Spanish