Spartacus, dt. Spartakus (gestorben 71 v. Chr. in der Zweiten Schlacht am Silarus), war ein römischer Sklave und Gladiator. Historische Bedeutung erlangte er. Hier werden alle Gladiatoren aufgelistet, die in der Serie auftreten. Spartacus, dt. Spartakus, war ein römischer Sklave und Gladiator. Historische Bedeutung erlangte er als Anführer eines nach ihm benannten Sklavenaufstandes im Römischen Reich der Antike während der späten Römischen Republik.
Spartacus (Fernsehserie)Ein bekannter Gladiator - Spartacus. Als Gladiator wird ein professioneller Kämpfer in dem Antiken Rom bezeichnet. Gladiatoren starben und kämpften für die. Das Leben des Spartacus wurde oft verfilmt. Doch in vielen Streifen wimmelt es von Fehlern. So war der Gladiator kein Grobian, sondern recht. Spartacus, dt. Spartakus, war ein römischer Sklave und Gladiator. Historische Bedeutung erlangte er als Anführer eines nach ihm benannten Sklavenaufstandes im Römischen Reich der Antike während der späten Römischen Republik.
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Ancient Rome portal. He and his men freed only gladiators, farmers, and shepherds. They avoided urban slaves, a softer and more elite group than rural workers.
They rallied slaves to the cry not only of freedom but also to the themes of nationalism, religion, revenge, and riches.
Another paradox: they might have been liberators but the rebels brought ruin. They devastated southern Italy in search of food and trouble.
Archived from the original on 10 April Retrieved 26 November Osprey Publishing. The histories. Translated by McGushin, Patrick.
Oxford: Oxford University Press. Retrieved 24 February Edwards, N. Without Glaber and his men noticing, they all made it down safely, ran around to the other side of the Romans, and defeated them in a surprise attack.
Their victories rallied slaves and others from across the region. What began as a mere quest to become free men suddenly turned into a gathering of volunteer soldiers.
Slaves and free folk they encountered, from shepherds to herdsmen, joined Spartacus and his men to defend themselves against any tyrannical entity desperate for subjects.
Thus, he resigned himself to one goal: getting home. In order to do so effectively, keeping his men safe while retaining strength in numbers, he split his army into two groups.
The rest, mainly Thracians, followed Spartacus. Though his plan was to get back home to Thrace as quickly as possible, many of his men had different plans.
According to Plutarch:. But they, grown confident in their numbers, and puffed by with their success, would give no obedience to him, but went about and ravaged Italy; so that now the Senate was not only moved at the indignity and baseness, both of the enemy and of the insurrection, but, looking upon it as a matter of alarm and dangerous consequence.
With Rome alarmed at the success Spartacus was having in battle, the Senate sent Gen. Marcus Licinius Crassus to deal with the rising threat.
He traveled to Picenum, a region on the Adriatic coast where he knew Spartacus was stationed, with 10 legions. Crassus stationed most of his men on the outskirts of Picenum and sent his lieutenant, Mummius, and two legions to follow Spartacus.
Spartacus and a few surviving people are trapped on top of the Vesuvius volcano. Glaber and Ashur guard the entrance.
See the list. The inspiration behind this series is the Thracian Gladiator Spartacus, who led a slave uprising against the Roman Republic.
The Thracians had been persuaded by Claudius Glaber to serve as auxiliaries in the Roman legions in a campaign against the Getae, who had often plundered Thracian lands.
However after Glaber reneges on the deal and switches his attentions from the Getae to attack Mithridates in Asia Minor, the Thracians feel betrayed and mutiny.
Captured by Glaber, Spartacus is condemned to death as a Gladiator, whilst his wife Sura is condemned to slavery. Spartacus, however, proves to be a formidable gladiator, and defeats the four gladiators tasked with executing him.
He becomes a favorite of the crowd, leading Senator Albinius to commute his death sentence to a life of slavery. Spartacus is purchased by Batiatus for gladiator training, who promises to help him find Sura if he proves himself in training.
As the series develops, the story follows the betrayals and machinations Written by WellardRockard. It's so good I'm watching it all over again.
Amid all the glorious violence I had forgotten just how surprisingly emotional this series was. If you have not seen it, watch it! You need not have seen the original film Spartacus to enjoy the series as they are not related.
Warning - every episode contains nudity and explicit sex scenes. You have been warned. It is very important to act like a war commander and arena hero.
Use strategical tactics, attack quickly and fight to death in this android game. Every level has some items to recover health or gain some ability or stamina.
Especially when you lose your health energy, try to find "health item" immediately. It has vital importance for your survival in the Roman Empire gladiator arena.
Otherwise following last sword attack, The Great warrior, Spartacus will lose the gladiator battle, fame and glory against enemies.
When you click on pause button, you will see 3 buttons on the screen. With this melee combat game, you have a starting point to become fearless gladiator Spartacus in Roman arena.
Your call, your game, your war. Spartacus was apparently both competent and humane, although the revolt he led inspired terror throughout Italy.
Although his uprising was not an attempt at social revolution , his name has frequently been invoked by revolutionaries such as Adam Weishaupt in the late 18th century and Karl Liebknecht , Rosa Luxemburg , and the other members of the German Spartacus League of — Spartacus Article Media Additional Info.
Print Cite. Facebook Twitter. Give Feedback External Websites. They also didn't understand that their slim grasp on power relied almost totally on the perception of Roman military might.
One chink in that mental armor — a few Spartacus victories — and the revolt became real. Rome was rattled. Its veteran armies were deployed elsewhere, and the city had only a ragtag force left to oppose any attackers.
So frightening had Spartacus become that, eventually no leaders could be found to take the reins of a force against him. Finally, a wealthy praetor named Marcus Crassus agreed to finance and lead an army against the rebels.
A vicious general, he led his men with a sense of brutality, randomly killing soldiers in his units that ran from battle. He pursued Spartacus across Italy, slowly but surely weakening the gladiators and their legions.
Infighting amongst the rebels weakened their resolve and their ability to fight as one. Binging Spartacus again because why the hell not?