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10:16 Jul 5, 2000
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Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: work of english
roman art and entertainment

although the ancient Romans weren't well known for their artistic abilities, they borrowed many artistic ideas from the ancient Greeks. for example, they enjoyed going to the theater and making vases in much the same way as the Greeks. to find out what else the romans did for entertainment, keep reading.

What else did romans do for entertainment?

for entertainment, romans traveled to large arenas such as the Colosseum, circus maximus, or a theater. in the colessoum (pictured bellow), romans Watched games or spectacles known as ludi. these ludi incluided animal fights, and gladiator fights. occasionaly the Colosseum was flooded in order to stage small naval battles. in the circus maximus, chariot racing was was enjoyed by all. romans watched comedies and tragedies played out in large public theaters.

What were chariot races?

chariot races were very popular. thousands of peole would pack into the circus maximus to cheer on their favorite teams. these races were very dangerous, and many of the men were thrown from their chariots and trampled by the horses during the race. below is a picture of a chariot painted on a vase.

what were animal and gladiotor fights?

two ludi at the Colosseum were animal fights and gladiator fights. inthe animal fights, animals or people fought other animals, such as lions. the only people who fought animals were criminals. in the gladiator fights, trained men, criminals, or slaves trying to win their freedom fought other men to the death. the last person alive was the winner!
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Se eu entendi bem, você está procurando tradução para seu trabalho inteiro? O texto nem é difícil. Sinto muito, mas acho que esta não é a função deste recurso.

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Explanation:

A Arte Romana e entretenimento, embora os antigos romanos nao eram bem conhecidos pelas suas habilidades artisticas, eles adquiriram emprestado muitas ideias artisticas dos antigos gregos. Por exemplo, eles gostavam muito de ir para o teatro e fazer vasos e muitos da mesma maneira como os gregos. Para descobrir o que os romanos fazima para se divertir, continue lendo.
O que os romanos faziam para se divertir?
Para se divertir, os romanos viajavam para as grande arenas como o Coliseu, o maximo de circo, ou a um teatro. No Coliseu (foto abaixo), os romanos assistiam a jogos ou espetaculos conhecidos como Ludi. Estes Ludis incluiam a lutas de animais, e lutas de gladiadores. Ocasionalmente o Coliseu era inundado para se organizar pequenas batalhas navais. No circo maximo, a corrida de carruagem eram a mais apreciada de todos. Os romanos assistiam comedias e tragedias apresentadas em grandes teatros publicos.
O que eram corridas de carruagem?
Milhares de pessoas lotavam o circo maximo para torcer para os seus favoritos. Estas corridas eram muito perigosas, e muitos homens eram lancados fora de suas carruagens e eram pisoteados pelos cavalos durante a corrida. Abaixo esta a figura de uma carruagem pintada em um vaso.
O que eram lutas de animal e Gladiador?
Lutas de animais, como leoes, ou entre pessoas. As unicas pessoas que lutavam com animais eram os criminosos. Nas lutas de Gladiadores, eram homens tr4einados, criminosos, ou escravos que tentavam ganhar a liberdade e lutavam com outros homens ate a morte!


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