Acoustic Modeling of Ancient Odeion of Thessaloniki
An interesting part of the remaining ancient Roman buildings is that of odea. One of them is the odeion at the ancient market in the center of Thessaloniki, in northern Greece. It’s a small, amphitheatric hall whose exact shape and acoustical characteristics are not known, since its roof is not preserved. Acoustical measurements and an accurate model of it, as it is today is presented. Moreover, the acoustical characteristics of the roofed hall are estimated, using certain types of roofs
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