The theatre of Jableh is one of the most unknown masterpieces of Syrian architecture from Roman period in the Middle East.
From the architectural details and the first results of the excavations, specialists considered that the theatre was built during the Severan dynasty (193-235 AD) probably in the first half of the 3rd century AD.
The intersection of the semi-circular barrel-vaulted galleries and the radial walls which are semi-circular as well characterised the construction shapes of the cavea. The layout of this ancient site is circular with a diameter of approximately 90 meters. The theater includes three floors and contains 35 rows of stone seats for about eight thousand spectators.
Result of the REVIVAL project, launch by Iconem and syrian archaeologists.