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Schools were older Gladiators at Capua, in fact be one of them which came in the first century BC the most famous gladiator rebellion of the History of Rome. During the Republic such establishments proliferated in Rome but always in the hands of private individuals have had to go to the organizers.
But the frequent and Entertainment defendants could not rely on middlemen so the state decided to become an entrepreneur. From now organized their own schools, and Imperial ludi attending gladiatorial profession disappeared confiscated by the emperor and exercised through officials of the equestrian order, the procuratores to muneribus. In Rome there were three schools of gladiators being the greater the Ludus Magnus, next to the Coliseum.
But if Rome were banned gladiatorial private schools was not the case in the provinces. They found that schools with imperial emperor had secured the provision of gladiators, although the figure remained private dealer.
In all wrestling schools, trainers or doctors trained the gladiators. The training requirements were extraordinarily high and very strict discipline maintained by swingeing punishments. The gladiators used to spend on it about two years with training 9 hours a day and six days a week. With training, not only learning the art and techniques of fencing but to kill efficiently and even what line to take if they were due to receive the blow.
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