多娜嫻 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 1 0 年前

請各位大大幫個小忙中翻英一下...謝謝阿...20點大贈送辣

幫忙翻譯一下謝謝阿~~~^^

龐貝城內的競技場是現存的羅馬競技場中最為古老的一個,可以容

納12000 名的觀眾,而當時龐貝居民連奴隸在內只有二萬人,這個

競技場卻可容納全城半數以上的居民,足見一般市民亦有能力享受

娛樂活動,兼且對人獸對戰的鬥獸表演異常狂熱。比賽常常是不死

不休。因此,大部分的格鬥士是由戰俘、罪犯或奴隸來擔任。

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  • 1 0 年前
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    In the Pompeii city sports arena is in the extant Roman sports arena

    most ancient, may accommodate

    Natrium 12,000 audiences, at that time but the Pompeii

    inhabitant linked the slave only to have two ten thousand people,

    this

    The sports arena actually may hold the entire city more than

    half inhabitants, indicates the common resident also to have the

    ability to enjoy

    The recreational activity, concurrently also to fights to the

    person beast fights the beast performance exceptionally to be frantic.

    The competition frequently does not die

    Continuous. Therefore, the majority of standards warrior is by

    the prisoner of war, the criminal or the slave holds the post.

    是同一個人問的嘛?= = ...

    2007-03-07 20:17:19 補充:

    抱歉> <

    參考資料: 電腦= =..
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  • 1 0 年前

    The coliseum in the city of Pompeii is the oldest one of every surviving coliseum today. It had a capacity to hold 12000 spectators when at the time the city only had a total population, including slaves, of twenty thousands. The fact that this coliseum was able to accommodate more than half of the city residents showed that even the normal citizens were able to afford this leisurely entertainment, and their unusual enthusiasms towards these men-to-beasts gladiatorial contests were indicated evidently. The games habitually ended up in bloodsheds and fatalities, therefore most of the gladiators were prisoners of war, criminals and slaves.

    2007-03-03 16:59:30 補充:

    這題輸給樓上的 我也認了.......................

    2007-03-04 17:12:04 補充:

    版大 你是都沒再唸他翻出來的文章是吧 我翻成這樣輸給一個用翻譯機的 這是不罵髒話不行的

    2007-03-08 15:56:21 補充:

    算了 只是想發發牢騷罷了 無惡意啊 哈哈

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