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1. We cannot attribute to fortune or virtue that which is achieved without either.

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2.Where the willingness is great, the difficulties cannot be great.

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3.Whosoever desires constant success must change his conduct with the times.

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4.One change always leaves the way open for the establishment of others.

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5.Never was anything great achieved without danger.

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1. Coliseum gave spectators efficient protection from the sun thanks to its ingenious roof covering the, Velarium.
2. Took hundred of sailors to move the wooden poles that girded the top of the outer wall.
3. Shows taking place in the Coliseum were both symbolic and concrete and created a link between the leaders and their citizens.
4. The coliseum showed lots of different types of shows.
5. After a brief walk around the arena, the gladiators paid a homepage to the Emperor's stage.
6. If defeated gladiator was injured, he could ask for merci by raising his arm.
7.Roman spectators loved cruel shows, those that we consider violent to say the least. Their passion for these events can be compared to what some people nowadays feel for the so-called "splatter" cinema.
8.The Romans were really good at an architectural technique that they knew well: the arch.
9. The Coliseum can be viewed as though it were a series of aqueducts built one on top of the other.
10. The holes still seen in many columns are just the holes made to extract the lead and iron used by the Romans for the nails inside the marble blocks.