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Gladiators

Gladiator from Torre, near Rome, Italy

Mosaic of a Gladiator Fight
                  Source: Alinari Archives/Corbis

 

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Pingry Manual of Style

 

Gladiator Project: Reference Databases


Ancient and Medieval History Online
Use this Facts on File database to learn the role gladiators played in Roman society and entertainment.

Encyclopedia Britannica
Britannica is a general reference encyclopedia with informative links to sites related to Roman life and entertainment. 



World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras
Use this ABC-CLIO database to access information about life in Ancient Rome.

World History in Context
Gale World History in Context is an excellent source about Roman life, accessed from authoritative reference and academic sources.

 

Everything you wanted to know about Gladiators...

Click on the picture to link to a terrific website recommended by Magistra Kelleher!

picture credit to http://www.tribunesandtriumphs.org/gladiators/

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