- n. The largest stadium in the Roman empire, located near the center of Rome.
“The name Colosseum first appears in the Venerable Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum in the eighth century AD.”
“At 157 feet tall, the Colosseum is the tallest structure to survive from classical antiquity.”
“The Colosseum is a lasting monument to Rome itself.”
“In addition to much else, the Colosseum is the tallest structure to survive from classical antiquity.”
“Colosseum, which is now lit with different colors.”
“Probably there were very smart people in ancient Rome who thought that the Colosseum was a waste of money for a bunch of folks who wanted to drink beer in the sun and then realize they had to pee.”
“The Colosseum was a huge oval, covering six acres with eighty entrances of precious marble facings.”
“Flavian amphitheatre, which early in the Middle Ages began to be called the Colosseum, is here referred to.”
“The gigantic edifice, called the Colosseum, in its way as truly typifies Roman architectural genius as the Parthenon represents at its best that of the”
“The Flavian Amphitheatre, better known as the Colosseum, of which the ruins now stand in Rome, was the culmination of this sort of building, and affords a good idea of the general arrangement of those that were not so grand.”
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