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The editors were always interested in adding rudiari to their program. They were a kind of glorified executioner.
Their opponents were Noxii — criminals or prisoners of war- condemned to death. The Noxii will fight each other, one with a sword but blindfolded and the other unarmed but with no blindfold.
They wore little, if any armor. The winner would fight the Tertiarius. The result of the battle was never in doubt.
The general public loved this type of conflict. The Tertiarius additionally filled in for announced gladiators who for any reason could not appear on the arena that day.
Sagittarius is Latin for archer. They were mounted bowmen that participated in mock battles or hunted wild animals. The bow use was the Parthian; short, curved and of Middle Eastern origin.
The dressed in colorful loin clothes and wore pointed helmets and scaled armor. Usually well paid, the Sagittarius wok required little risk on their part.
Except for the occasional wild boar, bull or bear, their prey was deer, dogs, goats and antelopes.
In the mock battle the enemy was usually the inept Noxii, Generally a crowd pleasing, novelty act. They generally fought one another, and were rarely, if ever, matched with wild animals, despite what you may have seen in the movies.
Gladiators were trained at the ludi to fit into specific gladiator categories , which were organized based on how they fought on horse back, in pairs , what their armor was like leather, bronze, decorated, plain , and what weapons they used.
There were horseback gladiators, gladiators in chariots, gladiators who fought in pairs, and gladiators named for their origin, like the Thracian gladiators.
Popular skilled gladiators were allowed to have families, and could become very wealthy. From under the debris of the volcanic eruption of 79 CE in Pompeii, a presumed gladiator's cell that is, his room in a ludi was found that included jewels that may have belonged to his wife or mistress.
Archaeological investigations in a Roman gladiators cemetery in Ephesus identified 67 men and one woman—the woman was likely a gladiator's wife.
The average age at death of the Ephesus gladiator was 25, slightly more than half the lifespan of the typical Roman.
But they were in excellent health and received expert medical care as evidenced by perfectly healed bone fractures.
Their diets were high in carbohydrates, with an emphasis on beans and barley. They drank what must have been vile brews of charred wood or bone ash to increase their calcium levels—analysis of the bones at Ephesus found very high levels of calcium.
The gladiator life was clearly risky. Many of the men in the Ephesus cemetery died after having survived multiple blows to the head: ten skulls had been bashed by blunt objects, and three had been punctured by tridents.
Cut marks on rib bones show that several were stabbed in the heart, the ideal Roman coup de grace.
In the sacramentum gladiatorium or "oath of the Gladiator'" the potential gladiator, whether slave or hitherto free man, swore uri, vinciri, verberari, ferroque necari patior —"I will endure to be burned, to be bound, to be beaten, and to be killed by the sword.
The oath was one way—the gladiator demanded nothing of the gods in return for his life. However, victors received laurels, monetary payment, and any donations from the crowd.
They could also win their freedom. At the end of a long service, a gladiator won a rudis , a wooden sword which was wielded in the games by one of the officials and used for training.
With the rudis in hand, a gladiator might then become a gladiator trainer or a freelance bodyguard—like the men who followed Clodius Pulcher, the good-looking trouble-maker who plagued Cicero's life.
Gladiatorial games ended one of three ways: one of the combatants called for mercy by raising his finger, the crowd asked for the end of the game, or one of the combatants was dead.
A referee known as the editor made the final decision about how a particular game ended. There appears to be no evidence that the crowd signified their request for the life of the combatants by holding their thumbs up—or at least if it was used, it probably meant death, not mercy.
This method was originated from the ancient Etruscan practice, who were sacrificed animals in honor of Libitina.
Mercury dragged the body with a hook through the porta Libitinensis, a small gate in the arena wall. A hook was used to avoid contact with the dead body.
If loser survived the fight but sentenced to death by the editor, there was no mercy. In that case gladiator was killed outside the arena.
However, if the audience was in a particularly bloodthirsty mood, they could demand from the editor to execute gladiator looser in front of their eyes.
This must be a honorable death for gladiator: he kneels down, clung to his thigh, and bowed his head. The victor gladiator held the helmet or head of the defeated one with one hand, while he severed the cervical vertebrae with his sword on the another hand.
Killing the wounded gladiator in the arena was the norm among convicted criminals. The winner was rewarded with victory palms and later as the professional gladiatorial industry became more prevalent he also got a winning prizes in money.
If the wish from audience also granted by editor, those gladiators got a wooden sword rudis as symbol of freedom.
Freed gladiators were also called rudiarii. This took place usually after about three years of serving as gladiator.
In rare cases for extraordinary courage novice lat. Although gladiators were very popular, as free citizen they were not socially respected as actors and prostitutes.
A free citizen who had once been a gladiator had stained himself in the eyes of his fellow citizens with disgrace. He had no longer the necessary reputation to progress in roman society compare to other free roman citizens.
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