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Roman Amphitheatre remains, Guildhall Art Gallery

The first Guildhall Art Gallery was built in 1885 to display the City of London Corporation's growing art collection. The project was inspired by the success of new galleries supported by local authorities in Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds.

According to historians think they have uncovered the site of the "Round Table" in Chester, England. The town was founded in the year 79. One of the main features of Diva Victrix was its large amphitheater that could hold between 8-10,000 people.  The article quotes Camelot Historian Chris Gridlow as saying, “The first accounts of the Round Table shows that it was nothing like a dining table but was a venue for upwards of 1,000 people at a time"

Amphitheatres of Roman Britain - photo by Nadia from Sydney, Australia

Sarmizegetusa, Romania

The Roman amphitheater of Sarmizegetusa Regia, Romania

The Ancient Roman Amphitheater of Pompeii, Italy

PHOTO: The Ancient Roman Amphitheater of Pompeii, Italy

London's Roman Amphitheatre, Guildhall

London's Roman Amphitheatre dates back to and is located in the Guildhall Art Gallery in the City of London…

The remains of the amphitheatre of Lambaesis, Algeria. Picture taken by Th. Weber.

Amphitheater of Lambaesis, Argelia.

Roman Amphitheater - Grumentum, Italy

Roman Amphitheater in Grumentum, Lucania, Italy

last-of-the-romans: “ The Amphitheater of Capua ”

last-of-the-romans: The Amphitheater of Capua

roman amphitheaters | Roman Amphitheater, interior, Pompeii , ca. 75 BCE

roman amphitheaters | Roman Amphitheater, interior, Pompeii , ca. 75 BCE

Roman Amphitheater Ruin Italica, Spain Stock Photo - Image: 30475330

Roman Amphitheater Ruin Italica, Spain Stock Photo - Image: 30475330

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