The Gladiator

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History

 

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Thaddeus W

 

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January 6, 2012

 

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University

 

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Although they had their share of brutality, they were not as cruel as human sacrifice. Over time the gladiatorial contests became increasingly popular, and the religious connection began to disappear. Before long there were fewer contests that were for religious purposes and more that were for spectacle...
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These particular contests were called ludi, which means games. These contests also began to mark festivals such as the harvest. The gladiatorial games became so popular that anybody who was wealthy enough wanted to host them. It cost a great deal to host these games, and for those who participated the reward was not that great...
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