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SPARTACUS tries to run away from the army. He gets caught, and is sold into slavery as a gladiator.
SPARTACUS had to fight animals and people for other's enjoyment. He did not like being on death's door everyday for entertainment, so he planned to escape.
SPARTACUS led about 70 gladiators with him away from the gladiatorial school, stole weapons, and gathered more people to join their small army of men.
Claudius Glaber heard of SPARTACUS' plans. He surrounded them at Mt. Vesuvius, waiting them out, but SPARTACUS had his men make ropes out of vines and repelled down the hill, surprising the Roman forces.
Many slaves join SPARTACUS, giving them an army of over 70,000 men.
The Romans got scared of SPARTACUS and his army, and sent Crassus to defeat them. Pompey entered the fight as well, and the two generals defeated SPARTACUS.
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