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''''Spartacus''' berî miladê li Romayê serhildana bi bidestara serhildan kiriye.' ket şûna rûpelê.
(''''Spartacus''' berî miladê li Romayê serhildana bi bidestara serhildan kiriye.' ket şûna rûpelê.)
'''Spartacus''' berî miladê li Romayê serhildana bi bidestara serhildan kiriye.
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| name = Spartacus
| birth_date = c. 109 BCE
| disappeared_date = 71 BCE
| birth_place = The area around the middle course of the [[Struma (river)|Strymon]]
| disappeared_place = Battlefield near to Petelia
| image = Spartacus1.jpg
| caption = ''Spartacus'' by [[Denis Foyatier]], 1830
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|battles=[[Third Servile War]]
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'''Spartacus''' ({{lang-el|Σπάρτακος, ''Spártakos''}}; {{lang-la|Spartacus<ref>[http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:1999.02.0014:text=Har.:chapter=12 M. Tullius Cicero,]</ref>}}) (c. 109–71&nbsp;BCE) was a famous leader of the [[Slavery in ancient Rome|slaves]] in the [[Third Servile War]], a major [[slave uprising]] against the [[Roman Republic]]. Little is known about Spartacus beyond the events of the war, and surviving historical accounts are sometimes contradictory and may not always be reliable. Nevertheless, all sources agree that he was a former gladiator and an accomplished military leader.
 
Spartacus' struggle, often interpreted as an example of [[Oppression|oppressed]] people fighting for their freedom against a slave-owning [[oligarchy]], has found new meaning since the 19th century.<ref>http://www.marxist.com/spartacus-representative-of-proletariat.htm</ref> The story of Spartacus has also proven inspirational to many modern authors of literature, history, political commentary, film, and television.
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