Discuss chariot racing and gladiatorial combat as seen through records inscribed on various monuments.
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In the ancient Roman society, chariot racing and gladiatorial combat was a popular spectator sport. The Circus Maxiumus in Rome, the largest chariot racing venue held 150,000 spectators. The Coliseum, also in Rome, held nearly 80,000 gladiator spectators. The Roman public watched, betted on, and even participated in gladiator events in a small way. The Roman public could help decide if mercy was granted to the loser in a gladiator match. The popularity of both these events also gave way to the popularity of the athletes themselves. The memorial inscriptions found for some of these athletes can infer some information about their positions within the Roman society....
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