Who Invented the First Circus?

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The modern circus was first invented in England by Philip Astley. He opened the first circus in 1782 in Paris and named it the Amphitheatre Anglois. He first started by hiring acrobats, rope-dancers, and jugglers, combining their acts between his equestrian displays.
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A circus is generally a travelling company of entertainers including trained animals. The word can also refer to a performance given by a travelling company of clowns, acrobats, and trained animals. The first circus titled “Circus Maximus” was held in Rome. The circus gained popularity when it was held in London on 9 Jan 1768. It was brought by Philip Astley.
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it was invented because people in the ancient times got really bored and then the king of rome told his best servants to build something that would be really entertaining and they
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Travis Pastrana invented Nitro Circus! What a great show!
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some freak who liked animals and other freaks!
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Not necessarily the circus, but certainly as a novelty.
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