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In the framework of the study of Christian buildings in the ruins of amphitheaters, theaters, stadiums and Roman circuses, becomes appropriate to develop some reflections mainly aimed helping to explain the symbolic dimension acquired by the ludic background in which a far from negligible part of the Christian martyrdoms took place, as outlined on the preserved sources. Although this ludic substrate is not the only factor to be considered, it's the one that allowed the hagiographers composingdoi:10.14795/j.v1i3.57 fatcat:o66tjj6sjzhwtngyekppfpt5ee