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  • 1. By: Abi
  • 2. Slide 1: Title Slide 4: Training of the Bullfighter Slide 7: Parts of the Bullfight Slide 2: Table of Contents Slide 3: History of Bullfighting Slide 5: Costumes/Clothing of the Bullfighter Slide 6: More pictures of costumes Slide 8: Importance to Spanish Culture Slide 9: Works Cited
  • 3. Bullfighting has existed since Ancient times.’  Bullfighting was popular in Ancient Rome but was fully developed in the Iberian Peninsula Bullfighting later developed to men on foot Back to table of contents
  • 4. First, men would be trained as assistants on foot in the ring. They would wave the initial cape wave. Later, they would become matadors who kill the bull after. Back to table of contents
  • 5. They wear elaborate, tight pants and jackets that are called traje de luces. Back to table of contents
  • 6. Back to Table of Contents
  • 7. First, there is an opening parade. Then, there is the cape stage. Next, there is the picador stage. Then there is the killing stage. Lastly, there is the duration at the end. Back to Table of Contents Video of bullfighting
  • 8. Bullfighting became a beloved tradition Introduced by Roman emporer to Spain and was quickly adopted Bullrings were quickly built around Spain Still celebrated as an art form and a sport that Spain’s culture and unique history Back to Table of Contents
  • 9. 1) http://www.spanish-fiestas.com/culture /bullfighting-history/ 2) http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/557573/Spain/70329 /Academies-and-institutes#toc70330 3) http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/84444/bullfighting/ 214830/Performers 4) http://www.flamencoshop.com/bullfight/suit_of_lights.htm 5) http://traveltips.usatoday.com/information-bullfighting-spain3422.html 6) http://www.thetasteofspain.com/spanish-customs-andtraditions/bullfighting/ Back to Table of Contents

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