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Several cities, as revealed by the finds from Beth Shean and Gerasa for example, were fortified during the late Roman or early Byzantine period. See Tsafrir and Foerster, “Urbanism,” pp. 100-103; J. Seigne, “Jérash romaine et byzantine: dévelopment urbain d’une ville provinciale orientale,” in Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan, G. ), Amman, 1992, vol. 4, pp. 331-41, esp. 341. For the evidence in other locales, see Parker, “An Empire’s New Holy Land,” pp. 155-56. 18 Big theaters, such as the one in Amman, were divided into three parts: ima, media, and summa cavea.
24 For the themes used by the mime, see A. Nicoll, Masks, Mimes and Miracles, New York, 1963, pp. 111-26. On the mime in the Byzantine theater. See V. Cottas, Le théatre à byzance, Paris, 1931, pp. 35-55; T. D. Barnes, “Christians and the Theater,” in Roman Theater and Society, W. J. ), Ann Arbor, 1996, pp. 161-180. 25 A mime named “Amazonios the biologos” is mentioned in a burial inscription from Bostra. See E. Littman, D. Magie, and D. R. Stuart, Publications of the Princeton University Archaeological Expedition to Syria in 1904-1905, Division IIIA: Greek and Latin Inscriptions, Leiden, 1921, no.
227; R. C. Beacham, The Roman Theatre and Its Audience, London, 1991, p. 150. For additional performances held in the theater, see E. J. Jory, “Continuity and Change in the Roman Theatre,” in Studies in Honour of T. B. L. Webster, J. H. Betts et al. ), Bristol, 1986, pp. 145-46. 22 Chuvin, Chronicle, pp. 116-17. On the religious festivals and performances held in the city in the time of Choricius, see F. K. Litsas, “Choricius of Gaza and His Description of Festivals at Gaza,” Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 32/3 (1982), pp.