The Romans were white Europeans, who inhabited southern Europe.
really not a race but a city...rome(Romans so i guess it was a race lol)
They were Latins, a European people.
Latin is not a race; it is a language. Italian people are ethnically related to the Romans who spoke Latin, as are the Spaniards and the French.
The Latin words for a crash are either "fragor" or "strepitus".
Pleasanton 1858 Chester Race Course in the UK. First documented horse race was in 1539.
The chariot races were held at a race track called circus. In the eastern part of the Roman Empire they used the Greek name: hippodrome.
The ancient Greeks invented the Chariot race,Discus and the 60 mater sprint.
AeneasAnswer 2Greek mythology did not bother with Romans. Aeneas belongs to the Roman mythology.
The Romans only called their race course the Circus Maximus. They called it that because it was the largest. Only races were held at a circus, while in amphitheatres, mixed entertainment could be held.
Both the Jews and the Romans were involved directly in His death. In a broader sense every race of people was involved since Jesus died for everyone and it was necessary for Him to die for us since we have all sinned.
Spain has had two struggles for independence, first from the Romans, and later from the Moors - a north-African race which colonised Spain.
Yes, it held the most people. Any place with "circus" in its name was a chariot race course.