The Colosseum or Coliseum (Italian: Colosseo) is pronounced col·i·se·um | \ˌkä-lə-ˈsē-əm and can be spelled in any of these ways. The original name of the Colosseum is the Flavian Amphitheater, but it has its name because of massive and colossal structure. It is called originally the Flavian Amphitheater because of the representatives of the Flavian dynasty, who commissioned construction of this massive building.
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