However, it is documented that Spartacus actually died in battle, when he ran at Crassus: "he [Spartacus] was finally killed, not easily or unvanged ." (149).
In the film, Spartacus falls in love with a kitchen slave who he takes with him and who eventually has his child. Spartacus shows his incredible bravery when "Spartacus rose to his feet"(152) and "the trainers lashed out their whips and knives"(152). Another one of Spartacus's traits is his leadership. Spartacus's third quality is his love of life.
His wife stands below him with Spartacus" child and cries, "He will live as a fear man, Spartacus! In the movie, Spartacus and the other gladiators fought against the Roman army, they lost the fight and Spartacus and the other slaves were captured by the Roman army, and Spartacus was crucified. Within ten minutes of sitting with Spartacus, I received a call on my cell phone with a Washington, DC area code. Spartacus and his followers escaped from their training school and were joined on Mount Vesuvius by other escaped slaves and gladiators. Spartacus and his army were finally destroyed in 71 B. and many of Spartacus's soldiers were crucified. Another film that did this was Spartacus starring Kirk Douglas.
The accuracy of the movie Spartacus as an historical biography is mostly fiction with some facts. The real Spartacus had a wife who shared in his escape and was then living with him. Whereas the real Spartacus went from Capua to Thurii in 73BCE, then from Thurii up to the alps then down to Brundisium in 72BCE, in 71BCE Spartacus was killed in southern Italy. Spartacus had just been named Senator of his province. ., a famous gladiator named Spartacus helped put an end to these games.
Spartacus was to be executed in the gladiatorial games and his wife Sura, played by Erin Cummings, was to be sold as a slave....
[tags: Post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD] - Spartacus Spartacus is a historical epic film showing the rise and fall of a slave revolt in the Roman Empire.However, this is contradicted by accounts of Spartacus' life. The book mentions "he had been sent to Italy as a prisoner to be sold as a slave" (2). The next contradiction is when, in the film, Spartacus leads the slaves to cross the Alps where they would disperse and go to their homes. Although slavery existed on vast scale in those times, "Spartacus and the Slave Wars" based on historical documents differed from one based on popular modern day fictional accounts. The story of Spartacus according to the documents varies from the one we watched on the film. Spartacus shows his incredible bravery when "Spartacus rose to his feet"(152) and "the trainers lashed out their whips and knives"(152). Another one of Spartacus's traits is his leadership. Spartacus's third quality is his love of life. The film follows the life of the Thracian slave, Spartacus, from his purchase by a trainer of gladiators and his leadership of the revolt to the climactic battle with the Roman Army and his eventual crucifixion at the order of Crassus.The Film stars Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier, Charles Laughton and a host of other stars.He is just what the slave's need, someone to look up to and believe in.The other main characters in the movie also have a mythological presents.They are the mythological loyal servants to Spartacus. The biggest of the abuses were how the characters were portrayed...- Stanley Kubick's Spartacus In the 1960 film Spartacus, directed by Stanley Kubrick, the character called Spartacus is depicted as a revolutionary who leads an army of slaves against the oppressive forces of Rome during the first century B. [tags: Film Movie Spartacus] - The book The Spartacus War by Barry Strauss is an in depth look at one of Roman history’s most legendary events, the gladiator revolt led by Spartacus.