A 19th-century image of what the Theater of Pompey would have looked like. The image shows the exterior of the seating area, including the exterior of the temple at the top of the seating area. The Theater of Pompey was the first permanent theater in Rome and was built in the mid-1st century BC by the Roman general Pompey as part of his campaign to accumulate power in Rome, with Julius Caesar as his main, and to some extent victorious, competitor. It is in the portico adjacent to the Theater of Pompey that Caesar was killed, and fell at the feet of a statue of Pompey; the Senate House was undergoing repairs and so the Senate was meeting there. The theater does not remain today except for some foundational remains in basements (and a restaurant) and the curve of the buildings built on its foundation.
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