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Gladiator - Wrong Year for Paper
On the scene where one of the leaders of the Roman empire has a sheet of paper advertising the Olympic games. However the printing press was not invented until the mid 15th century.
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Contributed By: David on 08-15-2001 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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Sefora writes:
Exactly!!! Ever considered, that MAYBE they did them by hand?? Duh...
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jarbacca writes:
it was not printed on the paper, it was handwritten, thats what they did before, the printing press was invented.
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Suprfreak013 writes:
just to let you know, they weren't to the Olympic games. they were to an event in the Colloseum, the Olympics were a Greek tradition not Roman
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