amphitheatral

Related to amphitheatral: Roman amphitheatre

amphitheatral

(ˌæmfɪˈθiːətrəl)
adj
relating to an amphitheatre, taking place in an amphitheatreresembling the shape of an amphitheatre
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Indeed, the story seems to be very much about the ambiguities of the apocalyptic event and its preconceptions, which are intimated early on when the narrator denounces the cacophonous blasts waking him from the dead as an "infernal shindy." (2) The setting of the Judgment is then described by the disgruntled narrator as "an amphitheatral space as vast as the sky'" (see Figures 1-3), (3) in which "a multitude no man could number, nations, tongues, kingdoms, peoples--children of all the ages" are assembled: "And over against us, seated on a throne of dazzling white cloud, the Lord God and all the host of his angels." (4)