Their stadium called Hippodrome, and chariot races
it was used for runners. A hippodrome is a chariot racing stadium in the eastern part of the Roman empire. In the west, it was called a circus.
Hippodrome, ancient Greek stadium designed for horse racing and especially chariot racing. Its Roman counterpart was called a circus and is best represented by the Circus Maximus (q.v.).
The Flavian Amphitheatre, The Temple of Jupiter, The Pantheon and the Hippodrome Stadium of Domitian.
Tethrippon was a four-horsed chariot race, that involved twelve laps around the track at the Hippodrome stadium.
Brighton Hippodrome was created in 1897.
Brighton Hippodrome ended in 2007.
Aston Hippodrome was created in 1908.
Birmingham Hippodrome was created in 1895.
Bristol Hippodrome was created in 1912.
Beirut Hippodrome was created in 1885.
Yes, Constantine did build the Hippodrome of Constantinople.