Definition of Spartacus in English:

Spartacus

Line breaks: Spar¦ta|cus
Pronunciation: /ˈspɑːtəkəs
 
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( Died circa 71 bc), Thracian slave and gladiator. He led a revolt against Rome in 73, but was eventually defeated by Crassus in 71 and killed in battle.

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