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o·de·um

 (ō-dē′əm, ō′dē-)
n. pl. o·de·a (ō-dē′ə, ō′dē-ə)
1. A small building of ancient Greece and Rome used for public performances of music and poetry.
2. A contemporary theater or concert hall.

[Latin ōdēum, from Greek ōideion, from aoidē, ōidē, song; see ode.]

odeum

(ˈəʊdɪəm)
n, pl odea (ˈəʊdɪə)
(Architecture) (esp in ancient Greece and Rome) a building for musical performances. Also called: odeon
[C17: from Latin, from Greek ōideion, from ōidē ode]

o•de•um

(oʊˈdi əm)

n., pl. o•de•a (oʊˈdi ə)
1. Also, o•de•on (ˈoʊ diˌɒn) a theater or music hall.
2. (in ancient Greece and Rome) a roofed building for musical performances.
[1595–1605; < Latin ōdēum < Greek ōideîon=ōid(ḗ) song, ode + -eion suffix denoting a place]
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Shahid draws attention to what he calls "crucial evidence" (ibid.) of an Odeion / odeum in Ghassanland, namely, a verse in the poetry of Hassan ibn Thabit in which the poet says that, after drinking wine in the tavern, he would listen to song in buyut al-rukham ('marble mansions').
Inside, a packed dirt ring was surrounded by about 10-15 rows of tiered, blue-plastic seats, a small version of a Greek odeum. Around the upper perimeter of the arena was a wide walkway with a bar and take-away food stands in two of the corners.
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6) and IG I[I.sup.2] 1718; IG I[I.sup.2] 1719 was found ad viam Lysikratis, ubi olim odeum Periclis erat (on the slope above the Odeion of Perikles, where it presumably fell while being carted off to the Acropolis from the southeast; see Kastriotis 1914, pp.
The Carthaginian theatre receives no attention from Sandy 1997: 10, Harrison 2000: 122-125, or Hunink 2001:180-183, though Hunink (2001:183) notes that Apuleius' references to a roof and ceiling concern features within, not over, the theatre; his suggestion that the Carthaginian Odeum might be the site of the speech overlooks the point that this was a third-century structure.
Se o olhar de Lery, como odeum colecionador, qualifica o Novo Mundo, o de Antonil, como o de um consumidor, prioriza a quantificacao, permitindo-nos fazer o claro contraste entre uma enumeracao utilitaria e outra economica, a primeira destinada a uma apreensao empirica e a segunda voltada para um projeto de exploracao, a primeira ligada ao "valor de uso" e a segunda ao "valor de troca."