Origin of Colosseum
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How to use Colosseum in a sentence
Either Theoderic or Odoacer undertook renovations to the Colosseum following which senators proudly inscribed their names and offices on their seats.Rome Didn't Fall When You Think It Did. Here's Why That Fabricated History Still Matters Today|Edward J. Watts|October 6, 2021|Time
By early March, with the country under complete lockdown, cultural sites across Italy were closed, including the Colosseum and Pompeii.How the coronavirus outbreak is roiling the film and entertainment industries|Alissa Wilkinson|September 11, 2020|Vox
Like the Colosseum, Jep both stands above and is a part of the grotesqueries that revolve around him.The New Fellini: Paolo Sorrentino’s ‘The Great Beauty’|Jimmy So|November 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Viewed from the harbor, the town presents a striking picture, and the most remarkable feature is the great colosseum on the hill.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
Among the many sights of Rome none give us a better idea of its ancient civilisation than the Forum and the Colosseum.
The gigantic Colosseum to the humblest of ruins, everything p. 34in Rome is eloquent in the language of history.
This time-eaten, weather-beaten Colosseum saw many a gladiator 'butchered to make a Roman holiday.'
He himself has stood within the ruined Colosseum and re-echoed Byron's heroics.
British Dictionary definitions for Colosseum (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for Colosseum (2 of 2)
Cultural definitions for Colosseum
A great arena of ancient Rome, which seated fifty thousand. It is in ruins today, but its former glory can still be imagined.