Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Roman Amphitheater In Tuscany-1

Ancient Roman amphitheater, used for gladiator fights, found in Volterra, Tuscany

A team of Italian archaeologists has uncovered the ruins of an oval structure that, according to them, could have been the foundations of an important Roman amphitheater. Discovered in the town of Volterra in Tuscany, the ancient oval-shaped arena is similar in design to the much larger Colosseum, situated in the heart of Rome. The researchers believe…


Red paint traces found during the restoration process of the Colosseum

Earlier, we had talked at length about the crowd-controlling aspects of the Roman Colosseum, with its peak capacity to easily manage over 50,000 wild spectators. And now, yet another enduring evidence suggests the advanced level of the crowd-controlling scope demonstrated by this great freestanding amphitheater. During the (ongoing) $33 million restoration project, experts have found…

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