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Homework Help: Roman Circus

Posted by running.from.myself on Friday, March 2, 2012 at 5:05pm.

A large, usually oblong or oval, roofless place, surrounded by tiers of seats rising one above another, for chariot races, public games, etc. People from upper and lower classes could attend. When do games were being held, musicians like flute players would perform. Sometimes even plays were performed.


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