Subscribe for more short documentaries ► http://bit.do/SUBSCRIBE_ Female gladiators, known as Gladiatrix in ancient Rome. Did they really exist? Women-gladiators were considered a legend for many years. Nevertheless, decades of research have finally confirmed their existence and role in the ancient Roman culture of gladiatorial fighting. Female gladiators were often called Amazons. The Romans loved the battles of women-gladiators in the arena of the Colosseum, they were considered a likeness of the legendary Amazons from the east. The ancient reliefs depict female gladiators dressed and equipped as male gladiators, but there are still some significant differences between them.
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