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Here’s What a Roman Gladiator School Looked Like, 1800-Years-Ago

Posted on the 28 February 2014 by Nrjperera @nrjperera

What you see above is a 3D reconstruction of a Roman gladiator school AKA “ludus”, which a group of archaeologists have discovered in Austria. Researchers believes that this 30,138 square feet building complex is more than 1800-years-old. The remaining of the building contains a training arena, a bath complex and cell blocks, according to Live Science.

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Using the data collected from the discovery, the researchers have made a 3D virtual model of this gladiator school. You can check it out in the video after the jump.

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