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Roman Gladiator Vs. Greek Warrior
Transcript of Roman Gladiator Vs. Greek Warrior
The word hoplite means an item of armor or equipment
Hoplites were the citizen-soldiers of the Ancient Greek City-states. They were armed as spear-men The hoplite phalanx was a formation in which the hoplites would lock their shields together, and the first few ranks of soldiers would project their spears out over the first rank of shields
. The phalanx was a big armored wall of shields that allowed more soldiers to be in battle The smanite had a helmet, body armor and a sword and shield. This was the most common Roman Gladiator and would fight against both humans and animals. He was also used to reenact Roman battles in the Colosseum. Roman Death In Rome when a gladiator died it was nothin like a "kalos Thanatos". Gladiators usually died in a gruesome matter and there body wasn't given a burial, but was actually thrown into the sewers. The Romans didn't have the honor or respect that the Greek did towards the dead. Roman Gladiator OR Greek Warrior