Circus factions


Circus factions: associations that staged circus games; fervent supporters’
associations of one of the four factions to compete in chariot racing (the Blues, Greens, White and Reds); factional strife disappeared from the seventh century onwards, after chariot-racing and factions were restricted to Constantinople and its surrounds; in the middle empire,factions had a largely ceremonial role, still connected with the Hippodrome.

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