Here is the question :
WHICH ROMAN EMPEROR COMMISSIONED THE COLOSSEUM?
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[STC003264] 100 days of hunting, wild animal fights, and gladiator battles. No, this was the Colosseum’s opening, not the most recent Game of Thrones episode. The giant stone amphitheater was commissioned by Vespasian as a gift to the Roman people around 70 A.D and after a decade of building- relatively short for such a massive feat during this time period- it was officially opened and dedicated by the emperor Titus in 80 A.D. The Colosseum, which could hold between 50 and 80,000 people, hosted gladiator battles and public performances. It is currently among the most well-known and recognized Roman buildings in existence.