Colosseum , c. 70-80 C.E., Rome

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by Smarthistory, Art History at Khan Academy
published on 04 April 2014

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Colosseum (Amphitheatrum Flavium), c. 70-80 C.E., Rome

Speakers: Valentina Follo (courtesy of Context Travel), Dr. Beth Harris, Dr. Steven Zucker
Cover photo by Julia Avra Ugoretz

Views of the Colosseum were taken from the Rome Reborn model of ancient Rome with the permission of The Rome Reborn Project (www.romereborn.virginia.edu). The model is copyright 2004 by The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. This video illustrates the latest version of the model (2.1), which was created from January to May, 2010. It is available in higher resolution; for copies, please write to: http://[email protected]

Speakers: Valentina Follo (courtesy of Context Travel), Dr. Beth Harris, Dr. Steven Zucker
Cover photo by Julia Avra Ugoretz

Views of the Colosseum were taken from the Rome Reborn model of ancient Rome with the permission of The Rome Reborn Project (www.romereborn.virginia.edu). The model is copyright 2004 by The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. This video illustrates the latest version of the model (2.1), which was created from January to May, 2010. It is available in higher resolution; for copies, please write to: http://[email protected]



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