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Spartacus Gladiator of Rome Slot Machine Review

Spartacus Gladiator of Rome slot machine draws its inspiration from an epic tale about an actual slave who rose to power as general and…

Spartacus Gladiator of Rome slot machine draws its inspiration from an epic tale about an actual slave who rose to power as general and led a revolt that rocked much of Italy in 71 B.C. While most details about his life and revolution are fictionalized in movie form, some accurate details were portrayed during film adaptation.

Spartacus makes his first escape from Capua prison with other inmates after struggling to leave the city, eventually acquiring a wagon and heading towards mountains bordering Iberia, eventually arriving at Camp Vesuvius which was still active at that time.

Spartacus and his supporters were cornered by proconsul Publius Glaber’s troops – some 3,000 soldiers blocking them from making an escape down from atop of a mountain. Not willing to go down without a fight, the rebel slaves devised a plan that allowed them to descend the mountain without Glaber’s soldiers noticing, using branches from trees and vines for ladders down from cliff edges before attacking Roman troops from behind, killing most of their army along the way.

After the victory at Mount Vesuvius, Spartacus and his followers traveled across Spain to Iberia in pursuit of Sicily where they intended to board pirate ships before sailing back home to Thrace via Sicily. Unfortunately for them, Rome began an intense war that caused Spartacus’ enemies to capture him before he could make good his plan of retreating through Sicily and back across Iberian Peninsula to Thrace.

At its height in 71 B.C., Rome was facing its lowest ebb. Alarmed at Spartacus’ growing strength, the Senate dispatched two legions under Lucius Gellius and Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Clodianus commanders to deal with rebels led by Crixus; both legions initially succeeded in dislodging around 30,000 slaves led by Crixus before they were overpowered by Spartacus himself who quickly exacted revenge upon his partners defeat and took over their territory before defeat was met head on.

Appian and Plutarch provide two primary historical accounts of Spartacus that differ considerably. Appian depicted Spartacus as the protagonist, while Plutarch focused more on him being the mastermind who orchestrated such an enormous rebellion.

However, both authors agree that, during his last moments before death at Rhegium in an ambush by Roman legions, Spartacus was wounded in his thigh by one of their spearmen and began speaking aloud the epitaph from his tombstone as his final words:

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