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A Roman structure, prior to the Colosseum, set in the medieval city, which can also be appreciated during shows and cultural activities. Situated in a peripheral position, the Terni amphitheater represents the only Roman monument still largely preserved and open to visitors. Due to its construction characteristics it can be dated to the first decades of the 1st century. AD, before the construction of the Colosseum in Rome, the amphitheater was for a long time attributed to the building intervention of the augustal seviro Fausto Tizio Liberale, remembered in a large inscribed slab, erroneously interpreted as the dedication of the amphitheater itself. The overall dimensions are 96.50 x 73 m, with an average capacity of approximately 10,000 spectators.