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|725.11 S655T The houses of parliament (Their history and purpose)||725.18 D217K Knights and castles||725.18 D218C Castle under siege||725.827 C554T The colosseum (How it was built and how it was used)||725.827 H734T The Empire state building (How it was built and how it was used)||725.94 M819T The Taj Mahal (How and why it was built)||726.120 C554T The parthenon (How it was built and how it was used)|
This book tells the extraordinary story of the ancient world's greatest amphitheatre. We read how it came to be built - to please the citizens of Rome after the monstrous vanity of the emperor Nero - and of the great feats of technology that went into its construction.