Circus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Maximus - a large stadium in Rome
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dedication to Hercules in the Circus.
(early 1st cent.) a temple near the Circus Maximus and another
the statues in the Circus with their columns, and
to the sea. In the Circus fire radiated among the javelins
that they fought in the Circus and were killed with javelins,
seventeen, fought in the Circus, their opponents being Gaetulians
the Great showed in the Circus 600, including 315 with manes,
imported for shows in the Circus. But Scaurus in his aedileship
at the games in the Circus given by Caesar when dictator.
as curule provided in the Circus a hundred Numidian bears and
At the races in the Circus forming part of the Secular
build is required for the Circus; and consequently though horses may
and had ridden round the Circus in a chariot is not
Pompeius the Great at the Circus Maximus Erinna in her poems
shrine of Ceres in the Circus at Rome with both kinds
Brutus Callaecus also in the Circus, as well as his naked
deified Augustus in the Circus was cut by King
our great achievements the Circus built by Julius Caesar,
on the surface of the Circus during the Games to produce
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