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The Roman Colosseum is still considered a masterpiece even by modern designers. The enormous stadium was 679 feet long, 512 feet wide, and 160 feet tall at its highest point. It had four seating levels and 80 entrances, and its seating capacity may have been as many as 80,000 spectators.
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The exact number of people who died in the Roman Colosseum is not known. However, it is suggested that close to 500,000 people were killed and over one million wild animal…s as well.
Construction began in 74BC
The Colosseum which could hold an estimated 80,000 patrons, was completed in 70 AD. The emperors Vespasian and Titus are given credit for its construction. It remains the …largest amphitheater in the world and was a crowning achievement of Roman architecture.
The Colloseum is located in Europe, Italy, it was a theater where gladiators fought and people watched. It was built sometime during A.D. but with the earthquakes and fires it… is damaged. It is getting rebuilt next month. It might take 3 years to finish.
use off color clay or grey colored clay. I have to make one of these things, and that is the easiest thing to use, plus, u can add a see-through bottom and put animals there a…nd add a gladiator or something. Trust me, clay is the best, and somehow the fastest. But, also don't forget to add color for the emperor if u r making the ancient model. add green if u r making a modern model.
I crapped out a brick and your mom died.
\nThe Colloseum in Rome was built in the Lake of Nero, began in 72 A.D. and finished in 80 A.D. Hadrian destroyed the entrance to Nero's Palace after the fire and moved the st…atue that was there 'Collosos' to his new theatre, hence the name, and Titus inaugurated it.
Due to the rise of Christianity in Rome and the adoption of the beliefs associated with it, Public Fights and Executions were no longer needed or approved of. This made th…e Colosseum obsolete. In the Middle Ages, like most ancient Roman structures, it was quarried for building materials. All the marble surfaces were stripped. So were the bronze braces which clamped the stones of the outer façade. The arena was converted into a cemetery. The vaults were rented as accommodation or workshops until the 12th century. In the 13th century a local aristocratic family used as a castle. The actual "Falling-Down" can be attributed to 4 relatively powerful earthquakes: two during the late 5th, one in the 9th and the last in the 14th centuries. In the 1349 earthquake much of most of the southern façade fell because it laid on less stale soil.
It was a total fail &bail,but only for a few months.
>:D neva gonna tel u!
They did many fights with dangerous weapons.
The Colosseum was built with concrete and stone. Concrete made it possible to build it in just 7-8 years. The great load bearing capacity of the arch and the vaulted arch also… made its construction possible. The work was funded with the booty from the First Jewish-Roman War and the labour of 100,000 slaves from Judea were used. The Colosseum was built on the site of a lake built be emperor Nero. Before construction the site had to be drained.
They had battles of strength, killed convicted prisoners, chariot races, and sea battles. The day in the colosseum was divided into programs and had schedules.
The colour of the outside of the Colosseum is a mostly a whitish with a yellow hue with some areas which are brownish. The latter is a discoloration of travertine, the s…tone which was used to make the outer coating of the structure. Travertine is whitish with yellow or reddish hues. Travertine was used for main pillars, the ground floor and the external wall. The shell of the Colosseum is concrete.
There is only one Colosseum and it is in the city of Rome. It is an amphitheatre, an arena for gladiatorial games. It was the largest amphitheatre in the whole Roman Empire. I…t could seat 50,000 people. Colosseum was not its actual name. It was Flavian Amphitheatre. It is thought that the nickname Colosseum came from a nearby giant statue of Nero which was named after the Colossus of Rhodes.