A look at Spartacus, the gladiator of ancient Rome who led the slave rebellion against the Roman authority, and the film, "Spartacus", directed by Stanley Kubrick.
# 53937 | 1,635 words | 3 sources | APA | 2004 |
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This paper discusses the film, "Spartacus", its historical background, the significance of the movie being made and shown in 1960s America, the real-life events occurring in the U.S. in the 1960s, the historical significance of the slave revolt of Spartacus, how gladiators and slavery in Rome relate to the movie, and background information about Rome at the time of Spartacus, including the slave revolt and the rise of Roman generals to positions of power.
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