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For many today Spartacus is Kirk Douglas. The influence of Kubrick's film has been enormous, but Spartacus was famous before 1960. For hundreds of years he has been a byword for resistance, revolution and the fight for freedom. He has given his name to a revolutionary party in Germany and a political group in the USA; he is the subject of several novels and films, and even ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published August 2nd 2004 by Bristol Classical Press
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Dr. Theresa Evelynne Urbainczyk is Associate Professor in the School of Classics, University College Dublin. She has published two books on church historians, Socrates of Constantinople (1997) and Theodoret of Cyrrhus (2002), both with the University of Michigan Press and two on slave revolts, Spartacus (Duckworths, 2004), and Slave Revolts in Antiquity (Acumen, University of California Press 2008 ...more
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Slave Revolts in Antiquity Spartaco Socrates of Constantinople: Historian of Church and State Theodoret of Cyrrhus: The Bishop and the Holy Man From Captivity To Freedom: Themes In Ancient And Modern Slavery

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