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11 Reasons to Watch Spartacus
1 - The series is based on real facts:
2 - The history of Spartacus has already inspired other works:
3 - Flawless script:
4 - Special effects:
5 - Blood and brutality:
6 - Spicy scenes:
7 - Women in the series:
In this regard, images speak more than words!
8 - Politics:
9 - Vocabulary:
The vocabulary of the series is fascinating! In most films and series that portray ancient Rome, producers alter the vocabulary to make the production more faithful to reality ... But as for this series, in this respect it smashes the competition, because the vocabulary is fascinating and well above the average. "Every night stops, and we need to wake up" Got it or will you need a dictionary ??
10 - Exaggerated Romanticism:
11 - Andy Whitfield:
"There is no departure for those who will remain forever in our hearts."
Quintus Lentulus Batiatus was one of the most hated (and loved) characters in the Spartacus series, but what few people know is that Lentulus Batiatus really existed, learn more about this icon in history.
Cossinius and Furius were not very relevant in the Spartacus series, as they only appear in Season 4 and for a change, in only 1 episode. These two actually existed in history, check it out.
Publius Varinius was an ascendant Roman politician and rival of Claudius Glabro (also a politician). Contributes to the 3rd Servil War but was Humiliated by the rebel Spartacus, check it out.
Gaius Claudius Glaber was a "Legatus", that is, a military commander during the Roman Empire. He also had the political title of Praetor and was defeated by Spartacus. Check out.
Marcus Crassus was one of the most important politicians of his time and considered the richest man in Rome. Did you meet him on the Spartacus series? Well, know his story and death below.
Ilithyia was, in the series Spartacus, "friend" of Lucretia and both had a relationship of total poison. She was married to Claudius Glaber, the one who captured the Thracian.
Get to know everything about the Nyssa Raatko character from the Arrow series. In Spartacus, actress Katrina Law was Mira (Thracian's lover). Check all about her.
Lucretia is, in the Spartacus series, the wife of Lanistae Batiatus and the actress is the same as in the series "Xena, the warrior princess". Learn more about this "Snake" below.
Agron and Duro were brothers from the lands east of the Rhine (or Germania) in the Spartacus series. "Agron" did exist, Duro, no! Check out below about these gladiators.