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The History of the Building of the Coliseum in Rome

Summary: A short film review about the history of the building of the Coliseum in Rome
The story of the Coliseum began in Rome, Italy in 80 AD. The Emperor at the time was a man by the name of Vaspacian, who decided to build the greatest attraction of the world.

The short film evolves around the story of the Gladiators who performed in the Coliseum. Slaves - a word derived from the captured people being known as Slavs', were auctioned off, many to cut rock for the building projects in central Rome. Thousands of slaves came into Rome and were sent to the rock cutting quarries and thousands more died under the harsh treatment they received. The main goal of Vaspacian was to gather 3 ½ million cubic stones in order to build an amphitheater large enough to seat up to 50,000 Roman citizens. During the Spacian Period, named after Emperor Vaspacian, the people of Rome were feeling disgruntled and disturbed due to the inactivity of Rome...

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