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Spartacus served as an a Soldier in the Roman Army in Macedonia
He deserted the Army, was captured, and sold into slavery, and trained at a Gladiator school.
Spartacus' Armies grew to at least 90,000 men.
After defeating two Roman forces in succession, the rebels overran most of southern Italy.
The Gauls and Germans were defeated first, and Spartacus himself ultimately fell fighting in pitched battle.
Pompey’s army intercepted and killed many slaves who were escaping northward, and 6,000 prisoners were crucified by Crassus along the Appian Way.
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