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Spartacus statue at the Louvre in Paris, France

Spartacus (circa 120 BC[1] – circa 70 BC, at the end of the Third Servile War), according to Roman historians, was a gladiator-slave who became the leader of an unsuccessful slave uprising against the Roman Republic.

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  1. (Russian) Валентин Лесков. Спартак. М.: Молодая гвардия, 1987