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'Gladiators' Mark Rome's Anniversary
Posted on Wednesday, 21 April, 2004 |
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Hundreds of fans of ancient Rome dressed up as gladiators and marched by the ruins of the forums Sunday to mark the birthday of the city, which legend says was founded on April 21 2,757 years ago.
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