Roman amphitheaters are roman theaters – huge, roundabout, or oval outdoors scenes with raised seating – worked by the antiquated Romans. They were utilized for occasions, for example, warrior battles, venation (creature slayings), and executions. Around 230 Roman amphitheaters have been found over the region of the Roman Empire.
The word amphitheater signifies “theater all around”.
The Roman amphitheater comprises of three primary parts: the cave, the field, and the vomitorium. The seating region is known as the cave (Latin for “walled in the area”).