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Spartacus and his contribution to Roman History.
Spartacus was born in Thrace (which is now in modern day Greece) in the first century BC as a freeborn provincial. He served as an auxiliary in the Roman Army in Macedonia where he then deserted the army and was outlawed, captured and sold into slavery. He was then purchased by Lentulus Batiatus and trained at a gladiatorial college in Capua.
In 73 BC Spartacus, along with 80 other gladiators fled the college to Mount Vesuvius, where he was joined by a large number of other slaves who were motivated by his courage to join him and help him fight against the Roman nobility.
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