Hi there, Almeidarai.
It transpires that you made your writing in haste? It seems so, because when I read, the spelling of some words caught my eye.
Here what would be my choice of words:aqueducts
- where it was "arqueducts".illegal decisions
- instead of "ilegal decisions"
...to get what he wanted and needed
- instead of "for get what he wanted and need. "
...loved gladiator fights
- not "love gleidietor fight"
Plus it should read ..., in other words
, - where it reads ", in other word,...
He loved "gladiator fights
" - instead of "he loved gladiator fight." (that could suggest that it was a fight in which all gladiators would perish in that fight, then wouldn´t be any gladiators to other fights.)
I would redo that part:
He loved to see people fighting each other for no reason, just for fun.
He loved to watch
gladiators fighting each other, just for the fun of it
I think this would already convey the idea. I would left "for no reason
" out, since at the time it was for a reason. (today we can think of it as a twisted reason, but at the time and in the mind of Claudius it was a legit reason...)
That is, if we think that gladiatorial shows were the equivalent to the comtemporary violent fights of today..., just compare the noise and excitement that people display. Unfortunately, violence was always a hit with the populace (the masses) and part of "the bread and circus" scheme!
The difference is that the masses are behind a TV set nowadays, the fights are broadcast.
For more reasons read here (I am not making the defense of those reasons, though, but that they existed they existed.):http://www.historytoday.com/keith-hopki ... cient-rome