Archaeology, Numismatics
When it comes to archaeology, it is sometimes much more of interest, it's a way of life! How many artifacts, past and civilizations have left indelible traces over time of culture and history .... And the numismatics!? Is this the other history of human civilization? Whether you are an expert in this area or you just simply interested in, you certainly have something to show or tell us!
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The Colosseum (Amphitheatre of Flavian) in Rome, Italy
The Colosseum (Amphitheatre of Flavian) in  Rome, Italy

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Description: The Colosseum or Coliseum (Flavian Amphitheatre) is the largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire. It is estimated that the Colosseum could hold between 50 000 and 80 000 spectators.The construction of the Colosseum was started by Emperor Vespasian between 70 and 72 and completed by Emperor Titus in 80. The most famous symbol of Rome from the time of the Roman Empire consists of four floors, with a total height of 52 meters and an extension covering an elliptical area of about 19 000 square meters.

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The Colosseum (Amphitheatre of Flavian) in Rome, Italy

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