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During the Medieval times, the Colosseum suffered some radical changes, becoming a place for religious rituals. A small church was build around 6th century and the arena was converted into a cemetery.

The great earthquake in 1349 caused great damages to the amphitheatre. The outer south part even collapsed.

Starting 14th century, the Coloseum became home for a religious order. Many stones coming from the monument were used for other constructions.

Some researchers consider that the Martyrdom of Saint Ignatius of Antioch, took place in the Colosseum.


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