Ruins of the odeum of Herodes Atticus.
odeum definition by Webster's New World
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odeum definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. o·de·a
- A small building of ancient Greece and Rome used for public performances of music and poetry.
- A contemporary theater or concert hall.
Origin: Latin ōdēum, from Greek ōideion, from aoidē, ōidē, song; see ode.