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Virtual Rome: What did the Colosseum look like?


The Colosseum is one of the most influential buildings of Ancient Rome, here's how it looked and how it was constructed. Like and subscribe to see more videos like this. Subtitles available in several languages. Ve el vídeo en español: 🤍 Say hi on social: Patreon: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: manuelbravus

The Colosseum Virtual Walking Tour in 4k


This walking tour of the Colosseum was filmed on September 23rd, 2017 starting at 9:00 am at the Colosseo Metro stop. In this walk you see all 4 levels including the arena floor and the infamous underground, the Hypogeum. For the best experience, be sure to turn wear headphones 🎧 as you watch this tour. 🌎Complete List of Walks: 🤍 🌎 📢 𝗣𝗹𝗲𝗮𝘀𝗲 𝗦𝘂𝗯𝘀𝗰𝗿𝗶𝗯𝗲! 📢 - 🤍 🔷 Help with a donation! - 🤍 🔷 🔶 Support me on Patreon - 🤍 🔶 🟥 Become a Member - 🤍 🟥 👕Merchandise - 🤍 👕 🔻𝗩𝗶𝗱𝗲𝗼 𝗧𝗶𝗺𝗲𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗲 𝗟𝗶𝗻𝗸𝘀🔻 0:00 - The Colosseum Metro Stop 2:12 - Entering the Colosseum 2:43 - Walking through the Vomitoria 5:52 - The arena floor (restricted access) 9:33 - The underground (restricted access) 17:29 - Level 2 20:27 - Level 3 (restricted access) 26:32 - Level 2 43:23 - Level 1 54:08 - Exit through the West Entrance * the 3D microphone battery died so no 3D audio here. 🔷THE EQUIPMENT I USE🔷 🎥Camera: 🤍 🎬Gimbal: EVO SS (sold out) 🎤Microphone: 🤍 🎧In-Ear Monitors: 🤍 🎦Drone: 🤍 More Items: 🤍 ✔️Let's connect✔️ ➤Facebook: 🤍 ➤Instagram: 🤍 ➤Twitter: 🤍 ➤E-mail: travel🤍 I would like to thank Michael Damico, Andrey Antsut and Katrin John for being a top level Patreon Supporter! Thanks Dino, Andrey and Katrin for your support! No part of this video may be used for personal or private use without written permission from Prowalk Tours. #Prowalks, #WalkingTour, #Colosseum, #treadmillwalk, #Italy, #citywalks, #walks,

Rome, Italy: The Colosseum


Built in the 1st c AD when the Roman Empire peaked, the Colosseum represents Rome at its grandest. This colossal structure is a massive marvel of engineering. Ancient Romans, whose taste for violence exceeded even modern America's, came here to unwind. Gladiators, criminals, and wild animals fought to the death providing 50,000 roaring fans with a festival of gore. Subscribe at 🤍 for weekly updates on more European destinations. For more information on the Rick Steves' Europe TV series — including episode descriptions, scripts, participating stations, travel information on destinations and more — visit 🤍.

Colosseum - the arena of death


Colosseum - the arena of death in the Roman Empire. Learn everything about the Colosseum Arena, where gladiators and beasts alike fought for their own lives in a deadly game.

National Geographic Documentary Secrets of the Colosseum in Rome BBC Nature Documentary 2017


National Geographic Documentary Secrets of the Colosseum in Rome BBC Nature Documentary 2017

Colosseum - Take Me Back To Doomsday (1970)


Colosseum were a pioneering English progressive jazz-rock band, mixing blues, rock and jazz-based improvisation.

Een dagje uit bij de Romeinen: het Colosseum


Historicus Bart Gielen neemt je mee in de geschiedenis van het Romeinse Rijk. Hoe verliep een dagje uit naar het Colosseum? Met dank aan Thermenmuseum Heerlen.

What happened to the missing half of the Colosseum?


The short answer is: earthquakes and popes, in that order. For much more on the life and death of the Colosseum - and many other fascinating facts about the classical world - check out my book “Naked Statues, Fat Gladiators, and War Elephants: Frequently Asked Questions about the Ancient Greeks and Romans.” 🤍 If you're interested in booking a tour of the Colosseum, I recommend Through Eternity Tours, a Rome-based company that specializes in custom, in-depth experiences. Save 5% on any private or group tour with the discount code TOLDINSTONE. 🤍 If you're so inclined, you can follow me elsewhere online: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:30 Games of the Colosseum 1:43 Decline of the Games 3:15 The medieval Colosseum 5:37 The Colosseum during the Renaissance Thanks for watching!

What Being a Spectator at the Rome Colosseum Was Like


Ancient Romans loved their sports and entertainment, and the Colosseum put on the grandest games in all of ancient Rome. With its gladiators, interchangeable arenas, exotic animals, and the rare naval reenactment, being a spectator in the Roman Colosseum would have indeed been a spectacle. Crowds of 50,000 people, spanning every region and socioeconomic class of the empire, gathered at the stadium to watch shows and get away from the disgusting life of everyday Rome. They enjoyed food, wine, music, and theatrics in a large venue, all paid for by the emperor himself. #colosseum #rome #weirdhistory

Colosseum Tournament 33: Robert Damian vs. Stefan Ciobanu


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The Story Behind the Colosseum's Greatest Battle


We owe the Roman poet Martial a debt of gratitude for recording so vividly the gladiatorial battle that took place on the opening day of the Colosseum. It was a battle for the ages - with an unexpected outcome. From the Series: Eight Days That Made Rome: The Colosseum's Grand Opening 🤍

The Colosseum, Rome


Please consider supporting the show on Patreon 🤍 The Colosseum is located in Rome, Italy. Also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre,it is an oval amphitheatre, and the largest ever built. The arena hosted a variety of blood sports as entertainment. with ceremonies and shows that lasted for 100 days. The schedule for the day consisted of men hunting dangerous animals and executions of criminals, but the main event would be the gladiatorial combat. Ancient writers wrote about mock sea battles or naumachiae before the Hypogeum was developed . It is speculated that hydraulic mechanisms were used to flood the arena rapidly for such naval battles. Please consider supporting our videos on Patreon 🤍 SIMPLE HISTORY MERCHANDISE Get your copy of Simple History: The Romans: Ancient Rome, Rise of the Republic 🤍 T-Shirts 🤍 Simple history gives you the facts, simple! See the book collection here: Amazon USA 🤍 Amazon UK 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Credit: Script and research: Andrea Tagliabue and Daniel Turner Narrator: Christian H Miles Animation: Daniel Turner Artwork: Daniel turner Music Credit 'Oblivion Overture' by Scott Buckley 🤍

The Colosseum: A Painful History


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History of the Roman Colosseum for Kids: All About the Colosseum for Children - FreeSchool


The Roman Colosseum, originally called the Flavian Amphitheater, is nearly two thousand years old! It was built to house gladiators in combat, animal hunts, executions, and even mock sea battles, complete with full-sized ships. It was a marvel of engineering and design, and remained in use as an arena for about 500 years. Like this video if you want to see more videos about LANDMARKS! Subscribe to FreeSchool: 🤍 Visit us on Facebook: 🤍 Check our our companion channel, FreeSchool Mom! 🤍 And our NEW channel for little ones, FreeSchool Early Birds! 🤍

Colosseum Documentary Series Trailer | Rotten Tomatoes TV


Check out the new Colosseum Documentary Series Trailer! Let us know what you think in the comments below. ► Learn more about this show on Rotten Tomatoes: 🤍 Want to be notified of all the latest TV shows? Subscribe to the channel and click the bell icon to stay up to date. US Air Date: July 17, 2022 Starring: Aron von Andrian, Teddy Robson, Gavin Fowler Network: History Synopsis: From the savage truth of a gladiator’s life as a slave-warrior to the fascinating ways Rome’s Emperors used the vast amphitheatre to demonstrate total power, “Colosseum” offers viewers a unique and personal look inside history's most iconic empire. Each episode pinpoints one of eight key and diverse characters – all based on real people from history. Spanning several hundred years, the series unfolds chronologically, from the arena’s astonishing opening day to its very last games. What to Watch Next: ► Certified Fresh TV: 🤍 ► New TV This Week: 🤍 ► Most Anticipated Shows: 🤍 ► TV Shows by Channel & Streaming Platform: 🤍 More Rotten Tomatoes: ► Subscribe to ROTTEN TOMATOES TV: 🤍 ► Subscribe to the ROTTEN TOMATOES NEWSLETTER: 🤍 ► Follow us on TWITTER: 🤍 ► Like us on FACEBOOK: 🤍 ► Follow us on INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Rotten Tomatoes TV delivers Fresh TV at a click! Subscribe now for the best trailers, clips, sneak peeks, and binge guides for shows you love and the upcoming series and TV movies that should be on your radar.

The Colosseum


The Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheater, or Amphitheatrum Flavium), c. 70-80 C.E., Rome, an ARCHES video produced in cooperation with Rome Reborn. speakers: Dr. Bernard Frischer and Dr. Steven Zucker

The Worst Things That Happened in the Roman Colosseum


What did the gladiators actually do inside the Roman Colosseum? What was the life of a Gladiator like? Would you survive the battle inside the Roman Colosseum? Let's look at what happened inside a Roman Colosseum during the rule of the Roman Empire! The great amphitheater that we know as the Roman Colosseum was commissioned by Emperor Vespasian around 70-72 AD. Like any big stadium, it was for the public’s enjoyment, where folks could watch various games. Except the games were quite different at times from the kind of games we watch these days. This entertainment enthralled the crowds and these games were sometimes said to be the “bread and circuses” that pacified the masses and directed their energy away from life’s difficulties. Today we’ll look at just how far the Romans went in entertaining the people, in this episode of the Infographics Show, The worst things that happened in the Roman Colosseum. SUBSCRIBE TO US -► 🤍 WEBSITE (SUGGEST A TOPIC): 🤍 SUPPORT US: Patreon.......► 🤍 SOCIAL: Twitter........► 🤍 Subreddit...► 🤍 Sources for this episode: 🤍

How to Visit the Colosseum


This is an ultimate guide on How To Visit the Colosseum. The Colosseum is a symbol of Rome and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. It's an incredible edifice still standing after almost 2000 years of construction. We give you the formula on How to Visit the Colosseum as an independent traveler or by joining a tour. Subscribe for more! 🤍 Check out our ALL our Colosseum Tours: 🤍 Rome in a day tour: 🤍 Privileged Entrance Arena Floor Colosseum Tour with Roman Forum: 🤍 Monti Video: 🤍 Best restaurants in Rome: 🤍 CHAPTERS 0:00 Intro 01:46 What We Will Discuss 02:07 Where is the Colosseum 02:41 How to Get to the Colosseum 03:00 Bus Routes to the Colosseum 03:38 Colosseum Opening and Closing Times 04:00 Ticket Costs 04:15 Type of Ticket to Purchase 05:00 What Not to Miss Outside 05:15 Roman Forum 06:12 Palatine Hill 07:09 More Sightseeing 08:10 Where to Eat Special Thanks to: Angel Castellanos, We had a blast filming. Check out Angel at... IG: 🤍Angels_Travels 🤍

Ancient Colosseum: A Virtual reality experience with Oculus Rift


🤍 What if you could visit ancient Rome? Radical VR offers museum visitors a front-row seat to a gladiator match in the Roman Colosseum. We take you on a tour of one of the most significant pieces of architecture of the ancient world! As you wander through the structure and into the bloody battles on the Colosseum floor, you will learn about the history of this iconic building and some of the incredible feats of Roman engineering that made the stadium of 50, 000 possible. It’s an unforgettable experience which will enhance any exhibit focusing on ancient civilizations. Contact us today to find out how you can add the Colosseum Lives to your musuem.

42. Gladiatoren en het spektakel in het Romeinse Colosseum


Nog steeds komen miljoenen toeristen af op het Colosseum in Rome. Het is een indrukwekkend gebouw, zelfs als ruïne. Ook in veel andere steden stonden arena's, al waren die kleiner dan het Colosseum. Het gebouw heeft een grote symbolische functie. vragen: 1. Wat is de eerste vraag die wordt gesteld in de video? 2. Wie hebben het Colosseum gebouwd? 3. Hoe werd het Colosseum gefinancierd? 4. Wanneer was het Colosseum klaar? 5. Het zag een dag in het Colosseum eruit? 6. Waarom werd het zand in het Colosseum vaak vervangen? 7. Hoeveel doden zijn er minimal gevallen? En hoeveel dieren? 8. Wat vonden de Romeinen van het programma in het Colosseum? 9. Wie mocht waar zitten in het Colosseum? 10. Wat vonden de christelijke keizers in de vierde eeuw van de gevechten in het Colosseum? 11. Wat was het verschil tussen het gebouw dat in de nieuwe hoofdstad van het Romeinse Rijk werd neergezet in vergelijking met het Colosseum? 12. Wat was de directe aanleiding van beëindigen van het spektakel in het Colosseum? 13. Waarom is het spektakel in het Colosseum nu blijvend geëindigd? 14. Wat heeft de Rooms-Katholieke Kerk gedaan met het Colosseum? 15. Hoe heeft de Rooms-Katholieke Kerk geprobeerd om Romeinen te veranderen? 16. Wat maakt Rome tot de stad met misschien de rijkste traditie ter wereld? De muziek op de achtergrond is een deel van finale van de 9e symfonie van Beethoven.

The Great Flood: Could the Colosseum Host Gigantic Sea Spectacles? | Blowing Up History


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How the Roman Colosseum Was Built


One of the world's most notable feats of architecture is the Colosseum in Rome. Opened in 80 CE by Emperor Titus, this massive structure existed solely to entertain the masses with gladiator fights, animal skirmishes, and, at some point, miniature naval conflicts. While it only took the Romans less than a decade to construct the Colosseum, careful calculation and planning were required. Architects and workers put extensive thought into every detail, from the amphitheater's architectural symmetry to its complex underground maze of corridors and capstans. For centuries, we have tried to imagine what occurred in the Colosseum, fleshing out a gory fantasy in film and media. For instance, the movie Gladiator, for all its inaccuracies, attempts to create an image of how Romans lived and fought. What we don't see is the grueling work - typically done by enslaved people - it took to put on one of the Colosseum's gruesome shows. Like sex in Ancient Rome, gladiator fights were about power, both of the Roman empire and of individuals. The complexity and grandiosity of the Colosseum's construction helped to assert that power all the more. #AncientRome #TheColosseum #WeirdHistory

Getting good seats at the Colosseum


Imperial Rome had about a million inhabitants. The Colosseum had only 50,000 or so seats. During the games, your chances of getting a good seat depended on who you were, who you knew, and how creatively you exploited both. If you enjoyed this video, you might be interested in my book “Naked Statues, Fat Gladiators, and War Elephants: Frequently Asked Questions about the Ancient Greeks and Romans." 🤍 If you're so inclined, you can follow me elsewhere on the web: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:34 Seating in the Colosseum 2:31 Frequency of Games 3:10 Getting tickets 4:02 Advice for time travelers 5:22 Coping with your seat assignment Thanks for watching!

[4K] A Look at The Colosseum - Rome, Italy


[4K] A Quick look at The Colosseum and the Roman Forum ruins in Rome, Italy. Wasn't planning on posting this video on YouTube as it was too shaky and too much panning, but decided to share it anyway for those who want to see what the Colosseum looks like from the inside. Sorry for the shakiness/panning. Filmed September 2016

Gladiator - Battle at the Colosseum


Entidad: paramount_vfp Tipo de contenido: Contenido visual El Gladiador. Dirigida por Ridley Scott. Batalla en el Coliseo.

Das Kolosseum in Rom - Denkmäler der Ewigkeit | Doku HD Reupload | ARTE


Im ersten Jahrhundert nach Christus wurde mitten in Rom das größte Amphitheater aller Zeiten errichtet. Das Kolosseum verkörpert das Römische Reich wie kaum ein anderes Bauwerk. Die künstlerischen und technischen Spitzenleistungen machten den Besuch des Bauwerks und seiner Veranstaltungen zu atemberaubenden Erlebnissen. Im ersten Jahrhundert nach Christus wurde mitten in Rom das größte Amphitheater aller Zeiten errichtet. Kaiser Vespasian, der mit dem Kolosseum seine neu begründete Dynastie legitimieren und das Volk Roms mit Brot und Spielen für sich gewinnen wollte, stellte dafür unbegrenzte Mittel zur Verfügung. Für die Demonstration der kaiserlichen Autorität bot das Bauwerk eine fantastische Kulisse: Zahlreiche Statuen, Säulen und Fresken an der Außenfassade und im Innenraum rühmten das Römische Reich als Nachfolger des antiken Griechenlands und als unbezwingbare Großmacht. Durch seine ovale Form bot das Kolosseum nach heutigen Berechnungen etwa 50.000 Zuschauern Platz. Die von der römischen Verwaltung für das Volk veranstalteten Spiele und Theateraufführungen wurden im Beisein des Kaisers abgehalten und hatten auch eine wichtige politische Funktion. Archäologische Ausgrabungen zeigen, mit welchem Einfallsreichtum alles daran gesetzt wurde, um den Erfolg dieses PR-Instruments der kaiserlichen Macht sicherzustellen. Archäologische Funde an mehreren Grabungsorten zeugen vom kulturellen und wirtschaftlichen Stellenwert der Spiele im alten Rom. So verdeutlicht die Untersuchung der Gebeine von Gladiatoren, dass Technik und Strategie bei der Gladiatur ebenso wichtig waren wie heute beim Fußball. Die afrikanischen Mosaiken wiederum veranschaulichen die Bedeutung des Raubtierhandels für die Versorgung der Arenen. Im gesamten Reich entstanden Dutzende Amphitheater, die ab dem späten 5. Jahrhundert im Zuge des Untergangs des Römischen Reiches ebenso wie das Kolosseum allmählich verfielen. Dok.-filmreihe, Regie: P. Cuissot und G. Glassman (F 2015, 86 Min) #kolosseum #rom #denkmal Video auf Youtube verfügbar bis zum 07/10/2022 Abonniert den Youtube-Kanal von ARTE:  🤍 Folgt uns in den sozialen Netzwerken: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Under the Colosseum


The most impressive part of the Colosseum lay beneath the sandy arena, where a labyrinth of passages, cages, and lifts waited to release gladiators and exotic beasts into the sun. These subterranean levels, known as the Hypogeum, were recently opened to the public for the first time. Join me as I explore the world under the Colosseum. If you plan to visit the Colosseum underground, I recommend booking with Through Eternity Tours, a Rome-based company that specializes in custom, in-depth experiences. Save 5% on any private or group tour with the discount code TOLDINSTONE. 🤍 For more on the gladiators, the Roman games, and many other aspects of life in the classical world, check out my book “Naked Statues, Fat Gladiators, and War Elephants: Frequently Asked Questions about the Ancient Greeks and Romans.” 🤍 I can be found elsewhere on the web: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:48 The Hypogeum 1:14 Evidence of Naval Battles 2:07 Treasures in the drains 2:43 The Elevators 3:48 Repairs and final burial 4:32 Life underground 5:21 Through Eternity Tours 5:51 Obligatory book plug For the intro theme, I'd like to thank Julien Monette, whose compositions can be found here: 🤍 The closing theme was kindly provided by Jacob La Bar of Above the Bar Productions. Thanks for watching!

Colosseum live | Rockpalast | 1994


1. Skellington 00:00:00 2. Valentyne Suite 00:11:48 3. Rope Ladder To The Moon 00:32:05 4. Theme For An Imaginary Western 00:41:13 5. Interview – Jon Hiseman 00:47:11 6. The Machine Demands Another Sacrifice, Part 1 00:49:41 7. Interview – Dick Heckstall-Smith 10:53:44 8. The Machine Demands Another Sacrifice, Part 2 00:53:34 9. Interview – Dave Greenslade 00:54:37 10. The Machine Demands Another Sacrifice, Part 3 00:55:34 11. Interview – Mark Clarke 00:55:51 12. The Machine Demands Another Sacrifice, Part 4 00:56:39 13. Interview – Clem Clempson 00:57:38 14. The Machine Demands Another Sacrifice, Part 5 00:59:22 15. Interview – Chris Farlowe 01:00:33 16. The Machine Demands Another Sacrifice, Part 6 01:01:21 17. Lost Angeles 01:03:25 18. Stormy Monday Blues 01:16:41 19. Walking In The Park 01:22:09 1968 gründet Jon Hiseman (Schlagzeug) die Band Colosseum. Mit an Bord sind seine Weggefährten Dick Heckstall-Smith (Saxophon) und Tony Reeves (Bass), mit denen er zuvor schon bei John Mayall und Graham Bond gespielt hat. Dave Greenslade (Orgel) und der junge James Litherland (Gitarre und Gesang) runden das erste Line Up ab. Schon auf ihrem ersten Album „Those Who Are About To Die“ kreieren die Fünf den typischen Colosseum-Sound - einen Mix aus Rock, Blues und Jazz. Mit ihrem zweiten Longplayer „Valentyne Suite“ legen Colosseum auch gleich ihr Meisterwerk vor. Es ist das erste Album auf dem neuem Vertigo Label, das neue und progresssive Rockmusik vorstellen will. Die Band tourt durch Europa und die USA. James Litherland wird im Verlauf von David „Clem“ Clempson an der Gitarre ersetzt und Tony Reeves durch Mark Clarke am Bass. Und mit der Verpflichtung von Sänger Chris Farlowe hat man eine der markantesten Stimmen der englischen Rock und Bluesszene gewonnen. Damit steht das Line Up, das für Fans und Kritiker gleichermaßen als das bedeutendste angesehen wird. Mit der Arbeit am dritten Studio Album „Daughter of Time“ beginnt die Krise, die am Ende auch zur Auflösung von Colosseum führt. Einige sehen in Dick Heckstall-Smiths Solo-LP „A Story Ended“ von 1972 den Epilog der Colosseum-Geschichte. Zuvor erscheint aber mit „Colosseum Live“ das wohl bekannteste Album der Band, das nicht nur mit "Lost Angeles" die große Live-Qualität der Gruppe festhält. Auf Drängen von Fans und seinen ehemaligen Mitmusikern erweckt Jon Hiseman Colosseum Jahrzehnte später wieder zum Leben. Nach einigen Testgigs, u.a. beim Zeltmusik Festival in Freiburg, spielt die Band 1994 im Kölner E-Werk. Diese Show wird im Rahmen von Rocklife aufgezeichnet. Es ist ein Meilenstein der gereiften Musiker Hiseman, Heckstall-Smith, Greenslade, Clarke, Clempson und Farlowe. Touren und neue Alben schließen sich an. 2003 spielen Colosseum beim Jazzfestival Viersen und werden erneut vom WDR aufgenommen. Am Saxophon Jons Frau Barbara Thompson, die den schwer erkrankten Dick ersetzt, der wenige Zeit später verstirbt. Barbara übernimmt seinen Part für einige Jahre. Dann geht es aber auch bei ihr gesundheitlich nicht mehr. Das ist das Ende von Colosseum. Zusammen mit Clem und Mark gründet Jon noch JCM. Nach einem Album und einer kurzen Tour stirbt er im Juni 2018. - 🎬Mehr zum Rockpalast: ► Rockpalast Facebook: 🤍 ► Rockpalast YouTube: 🤍 - 🎉Unsere Jubiläums-Reportagen zum 40. Rockpalast Geburtstag 🎉 Unsere Dokumentation: 🤍 Unsere Multimedia-Reportagen: ► Die ganze Geschichte: 🤍 ► Die 70er und 80er: 🤍 ► Die 90er: 🤍 ► Der Rockpalast heute: 🤍

How Much Would it Cost to Build the Colosseum Today?


How much did the Colosseum cost to build? And how much would it cost to build an exact replica today? In this video, I tackle both questions... Special thanks to Magnificus, Tim Wilkinson, and Jim Williams for their help. Please consider supporting toldinstone on Patreon: 🤍 If you liked this video, you might also enjoy my book “Naked Statues, Fat Gladiators, and War Elephants: Frequently Asked Questions about the Ancient Greeks and Romans.” 🤍 If you're so inclined, you can follow me elsewhere on the web: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 How much did it cost build the Colosseum? 9:11 How much would it cost to build an exact replica? 14:00 Conclusions

The Romans flooded the Colosseum for sea battles - Janelle Peters


Dig in to the history of the Roman Empire’s staged gladiatorial naval battles and how they flooded the Colosseum to reenact famous battles. Starting in 80 CE, residents of Rome and visitors from across the Roman Empire would fill the stands of the Colosseum to see gladiators duel, animals fight and chariots race around the arena. And for the grand finale, water poured into the arena basin, submerging the stage for the greatest spectacle of all: staged naval battles. Janelle Peters details the history of these mock maritime encounters. Lesson by Janelle Peters, directed by Brett Underhill. Sign up for our newsletter: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Find us on Twitter: 🤍 Peep us on Instagram: 🤍 View full lesson: 🤍 Thank you so much to our patrons for your support! Without you this video would not be possible! Maria Lerchbaumer, Ever Granada, Marin Kovachev, Ravi S. Rāmphal, Penelope Misquitta, Tekin Gültekin, Jhuval, Hans Peng, Gaurav Mathur, Erik Biemans, Tony, Michelle, Katie and Josh Pedretti, Vaibhav Mirjolkar, Thomas Bahrman, Allan Hayes, Aidan Forero, Uday Kishore, Mikhail Shkirev, Devesh Kumar, Sunny Patel, Anuj Tomar, Lowell Fleming, David Petrovič, Hoai Nam Tran, Stina Boberg, Alexandrina Danifeld, Kack-Kyun Kim, Travis Wehrman, haventfiguredout, Caitlin de Falco, Ken, zjweele13, Anna-Pitschna Kunz, Edla Paniguel, Elena Crescia, Thomas Mungavan, Alejandro Cachoua, Jaron Blackburn, Yoga Trapeze Wanderlust, Sandy Nasser, Venkat Venkatakrishnan, Nicolle Fieldsend-Roxborough, John Saveland, Jason Garcia, Robson Martinho, Martin Lau, Senjo Limbu, Joe Huang, SungGyeong Bae, Christian Kurch and Begum Tutuncu.

Colosseumul Roman


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Revealing The Ancient Mysteries Of The Colosseum | Colosseum: The Whole Story | Odyssey


The Colosseum is one of Rome's most iconic ancient monuments. But this once mighty monument is under threat. Follow as a team of experts undertake one of the most ambitious restoration projects in history and in the process reveal many of the Colosseum's secrets. Odyssey is your journey into the world of Ancient History; from the dawn of Mesopotamia to the fall of Rome. We'll be bringing you only the best documentaries that journey into the mysteries and ruins of worlds long lost. Subscribe so you don't miss out! It's like Netflix for History: the world's finest documentary streaming service use the code 'Odyssey' to get 50% off your History Hit subscription! 👉 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Odyssey is part of the History Hit Network. For any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍

Wat is er te doen in het Colosseum? | Welkom bij de Romeinen


In het Colosseum heb je een leuke dag entertainment met allemaal spannende acts. Wil je meer zien? Kijk dan op 🤍 Wie heeft er meegewerkt aan dit programma? Scenario en regie: Niek Barendsen Eindredactie: Loes Wormmeester Historisch advies: Fik Meijer Producer: Jacqueline Brinkman Productie: Linda van den Berkmortel Productie-assistent: Aniek Breevoort Regie-assistentie: Maurice van Dinther Camera: Robbert-Jan van der Does Geluid: Eric de Roode Licht: Roel Ypma Montage: Pim Verhoef Geluidsnabewerking: Lars Tol Grime: Mirjam Venema, Arjan van der Grijn Kleding: Monica Petit, Saar van Gerwen, Mariam Burhan Art direction: Saskia de Wildt, Barbara Kusmirak. Opnameleiding: Rene Jonkers, Andre Teelen. Animatie: Mascha Halberstadt Runner: Gideon Schogt Fotografie: Ben van Duin Online-redactie: Luc Willems, Jacco de Wit Acteurs: Plien van Bennekom, Paul de Leeuw, Pierre Bokma, Carice van Houten, Alex Klaasen, Hans Kesting, Frank Lammers, Waldemar Torenstra, Marc-Marie Huijbrechts, Arjen Ederveen, Olga Zuiderhoek, Ellen Pieters, Rogier in ’t Hout, Ilse Warringa, Thor Braun, Leonoor Koster, Roos van Erkel, Tjebbo Gerritsma, Burt Rutteman, Rop Verheijen, Anne-Marie Jung, Laus Steenbeeke, Sergio Ijssel, Remko Vrijdag, Elise Schaap, Anniek Pheifer, Martine Sandifort, Dick van den Toorn, Stefan Stasse, Jaap Spijkers, Gijs de Lange, Achmed Akkabi, Beau Schneider, Olaf Malmberg, Gijs Naber, Matteo van der Grijn. Bekijk meer #Welkombijderomeinen

Colosseum - The Machine Demands A Sacrifice (1970)


Colosseum were a pioneering English progressive jazz-rock band, mixing blues, rock and jazz-based improvisation.

Colosseum - Tanglewood '63 (1970)


Colosseum were a pioneering English progressive jazz-rock band, mixing blues, rock and jazz-based improvisation.

Colosseum Live - Lost Angeles (London, 28 February 2015)


The final gig from Colosseum: London 28 February 2015 at Shepherds Bush Empire. Eighth number from the setlist: Walking in the Park Morning Story Blues to Music* No Pleasin' Stormy Monday Blues The Way you Waved Goodbye* Valentyne Suite encore: JH's solo Lost Angeles Recorded on Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V camera

Colosseum Tournament 33: Darius Argyo vs. Vitalie Matei - Co-Main Event


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Colosseum Tournament 33: Hu Hua Long vs. Daniel Handrea


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Het grootste mysterie van het Colosseum | Blowing Up History


Wie de geschiedenis wil begrijpen, moet soms diep graven. In de tijd, in de grond, maar soms ook in de constructies van oude gebouwen. In een nieuw seizoen Blowing Up History zien we hoe dat op spectaculaire wijze wordt gedaan. Om de geheimen te achterhalen van onder meer het Colosseum in Rome, de Inca-stad Machu Picchu, het kasteel van Koning Arthur en de Indiase Taj Mahal, worden de gebouwen door middel van computeranimaties opgeblazen om zo te kijken wat er in en onder de constructies verborgen ligt. Want waarom werd het Colosseum – dat bestemd was voor het volk – juist gebouwd in het bestuurlijke deel van Rome? En is het waar dat de Schotse koningen afstammen van Koning Arthur? Wat was de precieze functie van de Taj Mahal in India? En was Machu Picchu nu een religieus observatorium of een buitenplaats voor de koningen en hooggeplaatsten? Historici gebruiken de computeranimaties en andere vondsten om hun licht te schijnen op de geschiedenis en een heel nieuw verhaal te vertellen. Een verhaal dat in elk geval níet is opgeblazen… Het nieuwe seizoen van Blowing Up History is vanaf dinsdag 2 januari om 20:30 uur te zien bij Discovery. Volg Discovery ook op Facebook, Twitter en Instagram voor de laatste programma info, maar ook voor leuke weetjes en tips! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍

The Best Colosseum Tours to Take and Why


Discover which of our Colosseum Tours is the best for you. Check out our blog for more info: 🤍 Check out our Rome Colosseum Tours: 🤍 Arena Floor Colosseum Tour: 🤍 Belvedere Colosseum Tour: 🤍 Underground Colosseum Tour: 🤍 Vip at Night Colosseum Tour: 🤍 Standing almost 50 meters tall, the Colosseum is even more impressive in person than it is in photographs. Taking a decade and 60,000 slaves, construction on the largest amphitheater in the world began in 72 A.D. Everyone who visits Rome wants to visit it, but with so many types of tickets, tours and experiences, how do you choose which of our Colosseum tours is right for you? Read on to find out. To be completely transparent, we suggest you book a skip the line tour in advance, for many reasons. All our Colosseum tours include skip the line tickets and English-speaking local guides and access to restricted areas. However, they all feature different highlights. Read this article and watch the video below to figure out which of our Colosseum Tours are best for you. First, even with skip the line single tickets, you can wait in line at the Colosseum for over an hour during busy seasons. Then, there’s a separate line to wait in if you want to visit the ancient Roman Forum and Palatine Hill across the street. With skip the line tours, groups get easy entry to the Colosseum in less than 15 minutes. Second, some areas of the Colosseum are restricted to the general public, like the Arena floor, the Underground Dungeons and the Top Tier “nosebleed” sections. Taking a tour not only means someone else handles the reservations, tickets, and your speedy entry, but depending on the tour you choose, you can access one or more of these “restricted” areas. Remember, going behind the scenes, also means far fewer crowds. We’ll outline the values and bonuses of 4 different types of skip the line Colosseum tour in this video. You can also check out our links in the description to a selection of tours and a comparison post to help you choose the best colosseum tour for you. So, let’s get started. We are in PARIS! THE TOUR GUY Website: 🤍

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