The Ettinspurd, also known as the Flavish Playstow (Mean English: Colosseum, Colisseum or Flavian Amphitheatre, Italish: Colosseo or Anfiteatro Flavio, Latish: Amphitheatrum Flavium) is an eggshaped in the middle of the city of Rome, Italy. Found right east of the , it is the playstow ever built. Its building began under Highking Vespasian in 72 YL and was finished by his and Titus in 80 YL. The Ettinspurd could hold a gessed 50,000 to 80,000 watchers, having a mean hearing of some 65,000. It was brooked for swordfights and folkly such as mock sea . In 1349, the Ettinspurd underwent heavy scathe owing to a stour earthquake that made the south side of the building cleave in as it stood on less sturdy, land.