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  1. Colosseum - Beware the Ides of March Album: Those Who Are About to Die Salute You, Tracklist: 1. Walking in the Park 2. Plenty Hard Luck 3. Mandarin 4. Debut 5. Beware the Ides of March 6. The Road She Walked Before 7. Backwater Blues 8. Those About to Die.
  2. March ) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Colosseum II was a British progressive jazz-rock band formed in by former Colosseum drummer and bandleader Jon Hiseman, which featured guitarist Gary Moore.
  3. The Colosseum is abandoned. For 4 centuries the Colosseum will no longer be used or maintained. During this time different events mark it: A road is built through the arena, the valley is partially filled with earth, and above all stones were used for other reasons, like the construction of private buildings. Gradually the Colosseum is disfigured.
  4. A writer who suggests that the idleness of spectators at the Colosseum makes them weak. Fronto A prominent Roman citizen who wrote about 'bread and games' - the idea that entertainment was an essential part of good government (reason #1 for the role of Colosseum).
  5. Watch the video for Beware the Ides of March from Colosseum's Those Who Are About to Die Salute You for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. Then the gladiators gathered around the emperor’s box and yelled out, “Ave imperato morituri te salutant! ” which meant, “Hail emperor, men soon to die salute thee! ” (Times). The gladiators then fought. Very rarely did duels not ended in death. Those that didn’t would be considered a draw.
  7. Apr 19,  · Rome’s Colosseum was completed in 82 A.D. and still holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest amphitheater. Here are a few secrets of the ancient Rome Colosseum that you .
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Ides Of March on Discogs.
  9. After a brief walk around the arena, the gladiators paid homage to the Emperor’s stage saluting with the famous words "Ave Cesare morituri te salutant" (Hail Caesar, those who are about to die salute you). But who were the gladiators? The term gladiator comes from Gladius, the short sword used by .

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