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Roman-era amphitheatre found in Turkey

The walls and entrance to a Roman-era amphitheatre have been found in Izmir, Turkey. The remains of the theater, which is thought to have held a capacity of 16,000 people, has characteristics of the Roman era according to many researchers, the study reports. Ancient resources claim Saint Polycarp from ?zmir was killed

Ruins of gladiator school found in Vienna

The ruins of a massive amphitheatre where gladiators trained has been found in near Vienna. They say that the ruins located through ground radar measurements rival the Colosseum and the Ludus Magnus in Rome in their structure. The Ludus Magnus is the largest of the gladiatorial arenas in the Italian capital,