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Colosseum upper seating area
The Colosseum seating consisted of multiple levels corresponding with the social hierarchy of ancient Rome. The seating nearest to the arena action was reserved for the Emperor, Vestal Virgins, and senators. The next level up was for nobles and knights while the level above that was for normal Roman citizens, though it too was divided into a lower section for the wealthy and an upper section for the poor. Domitian added an additional level during his reign which was used for poor and slaves.
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