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Ancient Rome VA/3rd

Sports and Entertainment in Ancient Rome Study Guide - 3rd grade Virginia

The Romans enjoyed many different types of _________. entertainment
Both rich and poor people could attend events because they were _______. free
The Romans attended ________ and concerts in large open air theaters. Plays
The Romans attended plays and _________ in large open air theaters. concerts
The _________ went to bed as soon as it got dark because they couldn't afford oil in their lamps. poor
The _____________ was a huge public entertainment center that could hold 45,000 spectators. Ancient Romans gathered here to watch combat between gladiators and animals. colosseum
Another entertainment center that was used mostly for chariot racing was the _________ __________. It means large oval in Latin. circus maximus
The ______ was a large plain that the Roman's used for their field and track playground. Campus
The Campus was located near the ______ _______, so men could jump in and col off after exercising. Tiber River
After the Romans conquered Greece, the Olympics turned into _____________ ________. bloody battles
True or False - The Roman Emperor abolished the Olympics in 393 B.C False - 393 A.D.
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