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Spartacus and the Slave War 73-71 BC

Nic Fields

Spartacus and the Slave War 73-71 BC

a gladiator rebels against Rome

by Nic Fields

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Published by Osprey in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spartacus, -- d. 71 B.C,
  • Rome -- History -- Servile Wars, 135-71 B.C

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliogrpahical references (p. 93) and index.

    StatementNic Fields ; illustrated by Steve Noon.
    SeriesCampaign -- 206, Campaign (Osprey Publishing) -- 206
    ContributionsNoon, Steve.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDG258.5 .F54 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24008911M
    ISBN 101846033535
    ISBN 109781846033537, 9781849080811
    LC Control Number2009502355

      Spartacus is the most famous figure in Roman history to be associated with a slave uprising although his actions were far from unique when placed within the historical context of the 2nd and 1st centuries BC. This collection of Greek and Latin sources, translated into English, includes those that documeny the actions of Spartacus, as well as other gladiators, Author: Brent Shaw.   The Spartacus War is the extraordinary story of the most famous slave rebellion in the ancient world, the fascinating true story behind a legend that has been the inspiration for novelists, filmmakers, and revolutionaries for 2, years. Starting with only seventy-four men, a gladiator named Spartacus incited a rebellion that threatened Rome /5(30).

    "Spartacus and The Slave War, BC: A Gladiator Rebels Against Rome" [] by Nic Fields, Illustrated by Steve Noon Osprey/Campaign 9¾x7¼ pb [7/] for $   Slave Revolts in Italy and Sicily before the Great Slave Wars The First Sicilian Slave War, BC The Second Sicilian Slave War, BC The Spartacus Slave War, BC APPENDICES A List of the Principal Authors and their Sources Glossary of Greek and Latin Terms Chronology of Events of the Slave Wars ( BC) Questions for /5(88).

      ‎ The first of two epic novels which tell the story of one of the most charismatic heroes history has ever known - Spartacus, the gladiator slave who took on and nearly defeated the might of Rome, during the years BC. Historically very 4/5(40). The Slave Revolts: Spartacus And The Slave Wars Words | 3 Pages. Spartacus and the Slave Wars The Slave Wars were a series of three slave revolts that took place within the Roman Republic between BC to 71 BC. Spartacus led the third of these slave revolts that occurred from 73 BC to 71 BC.


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Spartacus and the Slave War 73-71 BC by Nic Fields Download PDF EPUB FB2

Over looked by most writers, Fields points out that Spartacus's war from BC was hardly the first. In fact there had been significant Slave Wars in BC and BC, and successful to the point that the Roman province of Sicily was in more or less constant "slave revolt." Thus Spartacus was a late arrival/5(9).

This Osprey Campaign title brings to life the story of Rome's most famous revolt, the Slave War ( BC), and the ex-gladiator who led it.

In the year 73 BC, the Thracian Spartacus broke out of the gladiatorial training school at Capua in Campainia/5. In the year 73 BC, Spartacus broke out of a gladiatorial training school and formed an army of runaway slaves and people with little to lose. This army defeated two Roman armies and attacked several cities.

Terrified lest the revolt spread, the government in Rome assigned Crassus and Pompey to crush to rebellion. They cornered Spartacus and brought him to battle near the Price: $ Nic Fields' volume in Osprey's campaign series, Spartacus and the Slave War BC, follows this basic format.

Even though the author admits that there are less than 4, worlds all told in ancient literary sources about Spartacus, he sets about to write a 25,word history of the famous gladiator-turned-rebel/5. This Osprey Campaign title brings to life the story of Rome's most famous revolt, the Slave War ( BC),&#;and the ex-gladiator who led it.&#;In the year 73 BC, the Thracian Spartacus broke out of the gladiatorial training school at Capua in Campainia.

A charismatic leader, Spartacus Brand: Bloomsbury USA. Over looked by most writers, Fields points out that Spartacus's war from BC was hardly the first. In fact there had been significant Slave Wars in BC and BC, and successful to the point that the Roman province of Sicily was in more or less constant "slave revolt." Thus Spartacus was a late arrival/5(13).

Spartacus and the Slave War BC: A Gladiator Rebels against Rome (Campaign) Nic Fields. In the year 73 BC, the Thracian Spartacus broke out of the gladiatorial training school at Capua in Campainia.

A charismatic leader, Spartacus formed an army of runaway slaves and people with little to lose, and defeated the Roman troops under the. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Spartacus and the Slave War BC at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

This Osprey Campaign title brings to life the story of Rome's most famous revolt, the Slave War ( BC), and the ex-gladiator who led it. In the year 73 BC, the Thracian Spartacus broke out of the gladiatorial training school at Capua in : Dr Nic Fields; Steve Noon.

Spartacus (Greek: Σπάρτακος Spártakos; Latin: Spartacus; c. –71 BC) was a Thracian gladiator who, along with Crixus, Gannicus, Castus, and Oenomaus, was one of the escaped slave leaders in the Third Servile War, a major slave uprising against the Roman is known about him beyond the events of the war, and surviving historical accounts are Battles/wars: Third Servile War.

Spartacus and the Slave War BC by Nic Fields,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Spartacus and the Slave War BC: Nic Fields: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience/5(32). Spartacus and the Slave War 73–71 BC: A gladiator rebels against Rome (Campaign) (Book) Book Details.

ISBN. Title. Spartacus and the Slave War 73–71 BC: A gladiator rebels against Rome (Campaign) Author. Fields, Nic & Noon, Steve.

Publisher. Osprey Publishing. Publication Date. Get this from a library. Spartacus and the Slave War BC: a gladiator rebels against Rome. [Nic Fields; Steve Noon] -- In the year 73 BC, the Thracian Spartacus broke out of the gladiatorial training school at Capua in Campainia. A charismatic leader, Spartacus formed an army of runaway slaves and people with little.

Spartacus and the Slave War BC ISBN: In the year 73 BC, Spartacus broke out of a gladiatorial training school and formed an army of runaway slaves and people with little tolose.

This army defeated two Roman armies and attacked several ied lest the revolt spread, the government in Rome assigned Crassus and Pompey. Spartacus and the Slave War BC: A gladiator rebels against Rome (Campaign) [PDF Download]. The Spartacus War-Great Gladiator revolt of Rome, BC Posted on Febru by Warfare Historian Of the great wars that the Roman Republic & its Legions fought, one of the most memorable and culturally importantly in the modern age is the revolt of Spartacus and his gladiators BC.

Spartacus, (died 71 bce), leader in the Gladiatorial War (73–71 bce) against Rome. How did Spartacus become famous. Spartacus led the third and largest slave revolt against Rome.

His army of nearlyoverran most of southern Italy and fought its way up the entire length of the Italian Peninsula to the Alps.

He then turned back south in. Abstract. Between 73 and 71 b.c., large areas of the Italian peninsula south of Rome were thrown into a state of upheaval by the sudden outbreak of the third great slave war was sparked by an incident involving the escape of a group of slave gladiators from their training school at Capua, the city that was the de facto capital of the wealthy region of : Brent D.

Shaw. Contents Books About: An authoritative account from an expert author: The Spartacus War is the first popular history of the revolt in English. The Spartacus War is the extraordinary story of the most famous slave rebellion in the ancient world, the fascinating true story behind a legend that has been the inspiration for novelists, filmmakers, and revolutionaries for 2, years.

Spartacus is a historical novel by American writer Howard Fast. It is about the historic slave revolt led by Spartacus around 71 BCE. The book inspired the film directed by Stanley Kubrick and the TV adaptation by Robert Dornhelm/5. We don't know about any reviews for this book Spartacus and the Slave War 73–71 BC (#) by Nic Fields.

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