Spartacus and Hermann in the Arena late th century Spartacus c BC BC Roman gladiator victorious in the arena surrounded by the bodies of fallen adversaries Spartacus was a Thracian soldier captured by the Romans and forced to become a gladiator Together with about other gladiators Spartacus escaped and raised an army of rebel slaves This army defeated two Roman legions before eventually being defeated by Marcus Licinius Crassus It is believed that Spartacus died in the battle but of his men who were taken prisoner were crucified along the Appian Way as a warning to other slaves
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