Colosseum
Colosseum - Roman Colosseum, Gladiator Games Gladiators’ Diet Oct 20, 2017

Colosseum

Roman Colosseum
antalya
- Colosseum -
Roman Colosseum Roman Colosseum
Name of Colosseum Name of Colosseum
Amphitheatre Amphitheatre
Technical Description Technical Description
Usage of Colosseum Usage of Colosseum
Roman Society Roman Society
Gladiator Games Gladiator Games
Tourist Interest Tourist Interest
Facts of Colosseum Facts of Colosseum
Colosseum Restoration Colosseum Restoration
Colosseum
- Colosseum History -
Ancient Colosseum Ancient Colosseum
Medieval Colosseum Medieval Colosseum
Modern Colosseum Modern Colosseum
What Survived? What Survived?
Other Buildings Other Buildings
Vegetation Vegetation
Colosseum
- Gladiators -
Who were Gladiators? Who were Gladiators?
Training Schools Training Schools
Gladiators’ Diet Gladiators’ Diet
The Combat The Combat
Winners and Defeated Winners and Defeated
Gladiators and Society Gladiators and Society
The Show The Show
Colosseum
- Colosseum Gallery -
Colosseum Pictures Colosseum Pictures
Colosseum Pictures II Colosseum Pictures II
Colosseum
- Contact Us -
Colosseum E-Mail
Colosseum
- Links -
Chichen Itza
Taj Mahal
Ephesus
Hagia Sophia
Istanbul
Colosseum Ephesus Tours
Colosseum Solar Electric Panels
 
 
Gladiators’ Diet
 

 
Gladiators ate a lot and were probably overweight. This theory is confirmed by some research on the remains of 70 Murmillos and Retiariae gladiators at an ancient site in Ephesus.

The gladiators probably ate a high energy vegetarian diet. They consumed dried fruit, beans and barley. This way, having some layers of fat they could protect their vital organs, when they were injured.


Gladiators’ Diet - Colosseum

 

 

© 2017 Colosseum. Terms & Conditions | Contact Us. Colosseum © All Rights Reserved