The Colosseum does indeed convey both political power and religious belief of classical Roman Empire. Power relations were sometimes brokered during games. The highest political officer in the area had the absolute right to make a decision on the lives of entertainers fighting in the arena. Other nobles also attended the games as a demonstration of their firm political support for the Emperor or the highest Roman official present.
The entrances to the arena also pointed out to Roman belief on religion. One of the entrances was named after the Roman goddess of death known. Later, Roman Catholic Church later used the building in conducting the way of the cross. The way of the cross is a remembrance of the suffering of Jesus Christ on his way to being crucified. Therefore, one can say that the Colosseum served as a political center of power relations and affirmed classical religious belief in Rome.
One of the interesting features of the building is its sheer huge size and capacity. Considering that it represents classical architecture, the Colosseum stands in power and stance many centuries since it was built. The design and the architecture with which every room and section were designed is commendable. It considered the realities of its functions, which included chivalry entertainments, which required chariots to make turns at high speed. Being oval served that purpose pretty well.
The Forum is another piece of architecture that dates back to the ancient times. The Forum is a number of classical architecture buildings.