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 playstow in the middle of the city of Rome, Italy. Found right east of the Romish Mootstow, it is the stourest playstow ever built. Its building began under Highking Vespasian in 72 YL and was finished by his afollower and erve 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 showplays such as mock sea hilds. 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, streamy land.

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