The Gladiator’s Tomb Found With Horrible Injury Scar-

Posted: June 13, 2010 in Uncategorized

Like gladiators movies in general that the Gladiator was always associated with Ancient Rome, but historians believe that they too had found a grave and gladiators in the North of England.

An estimated 2000 years old, the skeletons found by archaeologists when they dig a residential area of York, and they meniggal with terrible injuries.

Both were killed in the arena by a tiger or by hammer blows from fellow gladiators, who would they die to entertain the bloodthirsty spectators.
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Excavation: Kurt Hunter-Mann, right, a field officer at the York Archaeological Trust, examined the skull found at a place in York
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This place is a testament to the discovery of the tomb of the Roman gladiators
Their discovery initially baffled the experts, before they think this is the tomb of mass slaughter. But a team of archaeologists and forensic scientists “Waking The Dead” confirmed that they had solved the mystery.
They say that injuries suffered by most of the bodies because the tiger bites. Like the fighter portrayed by Russell Crowe in Gladiator, they are expected to fight to the death.
Some of the framework shows the wounds from weapons, and there is also a big bite ukuranya experience closely matches the size of the incisor teeth the lion or tiger.
All the bodies were pictured is very strong and high. Their bones showed no signs that they are muscular and very strong.
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Blood sport:
Roman gladiators warriors brought to Britain almost 2000 years ago
Forensic anthropology lecturer Dr. Michael Wysocki said: “The bite marks are one of the strong evidence showing the relationship with the gladiators. It seems highly unlikely that the bodies are being attacked by tigers just because he walked home from a pub in York 2000 years ago.”
Historians believe the man in the North of England will fight in battle
gladiator-style, as depicted in the film Gladiator
Roman gladiators fighters brought to Britain almost 2000 years ago, and built arenas and amphitheatres in the Roman cities of importance, including London and Chester.
Kurt Hunter-Mann, of the York Archaeological Trust, said the men a lot of ultimate recovery were injured, including a hammer blow to the head – a method known for the gladiators to kill your opponent.
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Gladiator Graveyard: Forensic anthropologist Dr. Michael Wysocki examined bones found at a site in York
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A skull found in a place in York
Analysis of their bones have shown them come from every corner of the territory, including Africa and the Mediterranean, with a strong mengirimoara Gladiator fighters.


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