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"The Way of the Gladiator" vividly portrays the world of the Roman Games wherein slaves, prisoners, helpless women and innocent children, and ferocious animals like tigers, bears and lions were used to satisfy the Roman mob's lust for blood and gore. It shows how the games lost their dignity and degenerated into spectacles of pointless massacres?where animals were trained to rape young girls and other scenes of sadism and fornication were witnessed in the arena. The biographies of gladiators presented here leave no room for doubt that the glory of the Roman Empire covers a great deal of shameful history.
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