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Romans could watch gladiators fight to the death, along with other sporting events, at the:

A. Pantheon.
B. Parthenon.
C. Acropolis.
D. Colosseum.
E. Villa of the Mysteries.

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 The Colosseum was planned under the Emperor Vespasian and dedicated in 80 C.E. as an amphitheater for gladiatorial games and public entertainments.

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