By Ben Kane
Spartacus and his ragtag military tackle the strong Roman military in Ben Kane's significant game of 1 of the best-known epics of the fashionable period
Spartacus has already performed the impossible―not basically has he escaped from slavery, he and his seconds have created a potent slave military that has challenged Rome and defeated the armies of 3 praetors, consuls, and one proconsul. at the undeniable of the River Po, in sleek Northern Italy, Spartacus has defeated Gaius Cassius Longinus, proconsul and basic of a military of 2 legions. Now the line domestic lies prior to them―to Thrace for Spartacus, and to Gaul for his seconds-in-command, Castus and Gannicus.
But typhoon clouds are amassing at the horizon. certainly one of Spartacus's strongest generals has defected, taking his males with him. again in Rome, the immensely wealthy Marcus Licinius Crassus is accumulating an unheard-of military. The Senate has given Crassus a military made of ten legions and the authority to do no matter what it takes to finish the slave uprising as soon as and for all.
Meanwhile, Spartacus desires to lead his males over the Alps and residential, yet his seconds have a unique plan. they need to march on Rome itself and produce the Republic to its knees. uprising has turn into conflict. warfare to the death.
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