The Roman Colosseum was originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre. Construction of the Colosseum began in AD. 72 and ended in AD. 80. It was of monumental proportions with at least 80 entrances, and enough room for at least 55,000 spectators. Gladiators were usually non-roman slaves and prisoners of war who fought to the death with other gladiators and wild animals.
The sold original was painted with acrylics on 20x24 framed stretched canvas.