Gladiator Parody - Colosseum - Municipal Stadion Brasov Romania
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Colosseum, Rome's Arena of Death (an excerpt from a BBC documentary)
The ancient Roman Colosseum could seat up to 70 000 spectators! Entry into the Roman Colosseum was free and seating went according to social status - front seats being prime.
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*******www.romanlife-romeitaly**** The ancient Roman Colosseum as it's incorrectly called was better known as the Flavius amphitheatre. Perhaps the 35m high Statue of Nero "The Colossus" that stood outside the Colosseum is where the modern name comes from?
The Colosseum was inaugurated in 80 a.d. and could seat up to 87,000 people. At the time it was used mostly for gladiator fights but also as a site for navy battles.
The colosseum would be filled with water from a near by artificial lake.
The daily schedule of death and slaughter that took place in the ancient colosseum in Rome is described here by a Catholic priest.
*******www.gotrivani****/blog/?p=17 Kenny, Erica and friends taking in the sites at the Colosseum, the Citadel and the Temple of Hercules in Amman, Jordan.
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V475 Italy travel: Roman Colosseum video view from the upper level, including the stage area. Then, a traveling shot of all the arched entry ways to the seats of the Colosseum. Then, from outside of the Colosseum, our Perillo Tours Familia sees more of the massive supporting arches.
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in his book Rome 2006
London Weekend Television
Frommer's Irreverent Guide to Rome
Fodor's Rome, 5th Edition
Italy Rome. The Roman Forum is located in a valley that is between the Palatine hill and the Capitoline hill. It originally was a marsh, but the Romans drained the area and turned it into a center of political and social activity. The Forum was the marketplace of Rome and also the business district and civic center. It was expanded to include temples, a senate house and law courts. When the Roman Empire fell, the Forum became forgotten, buried and was used as a cattle pasture during the Middle Ages.
The Colosseum or Flavian Amphitheater was begun by Vespasian, inaugurated by Titus in 80 A.D. and completed by Domitian. Located on marshy land between the Esquiline and Caelian Hills, it was the first permanent amphitheater to be built in Rome. Its monumental size and grandeur as well as its practical and efficient organization for producing spectacles and controlling the large crowds make it one of the great architectural monuments achieved by the ancient Romans.
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(2nd Part) Chris Babida
It is sure now, Ian and Dawn have a tail. While the two siblings decide to face the problem with courage, Jonti seems to be more reflective... not to say coward.
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