- Caesar's balcony
- This picture shows Caesar's raised balcony from the inside of the
- Rear view
- In this rear view of the balcony, you see how the sections are hinged
to form a reasonable approximation of a round constructions.
- Romans have always enjoyed good entertainment (and it kept them from
over-throwing the Emperor).
- Lion food
- It's just like when you go to the zoo. Here the lions are
What is missing
This model is still missing a lot of features from the original
Colloseum. I will try to list some of them. Please write me if you have built some of these models,
of if you get more ideas than those listed here.
- Lion's cage(s)
Arranging Colloseum as LEGO sets
Colloseum would be much too big a set if you wanted to make it a bit
realistic, but splitting it up in these sets might help:
- With Caesar's balcony, some seats for the populous, and two
- Cage with lions, food for the lions (a person), even more seats.
Maybe this is the set where Caesar's balcony really belongs.
- A few gladiators, seats above the gladiators' entrance to the
The problem with including Caesar's balcony in a set is that it doesn't
add much play value to a set (or does it?).
More about Colloseum
- Erik Wilson has also built a LEGO model of Colloseum.