After the procession they adjourned to the amphitheater for the exercises.
In the amphitheater were men who had raised their arms and remained in that posture.
It still has ruins of an amphitheater, 482 feet by 384 in size.
The gatherings in the amphitheater were miniatures of Roman life.
The amphitheater was open to the sky, the stage alone being covered with a roof; and all the plays were given by daylight.
I come here every night and look upon the amphitheater of the gods.
It was said that the athletic field rivaled the amphitheater in its crowds when Stagg played.
Dr. Schick calls it an amphitheater, but it is simply a theater of the Greek type.
Then I looked up and saw a head peering down into the amphitheater—the head of Dunnoo, my dog-boy, who attended to my collies.
Silence wrapped the amphitheater about, like tight swathing.
late 14c., from Latin amphitheatrum, from Greek amphitheatron "double theater, amphitheater," neuter of amphitheatros "with spectators all around," from amphi- "on both sides" (see amphi-) + theatron "theater" (see theater). Classical theaters were semi-circles, thus two together made an amphi-theater.