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Spartacus piloted the slave uprising against the Roman republic, against tyrannical oligarchy.
And seven-month-old sPARTACUS thanked us in style with a big smile and a wee wave for the camera.
The work follows the exploits of Spartacus, the leader of the slave uprising against the Romans known as the Third Servile War, although the ballet's storyline takes considerable liberties with the historical record.
The artistes of Armenian Opera beautifully re-enacted the vicissitudes of the life of Spartacus who was born as a free Roman, but dragged into the sorrowful life of a slave gladiator.
Fellow fans Paola and Ines, from Seville, Spain, added: "We would like Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum in Sydney to honour the legacy of Spartacus portrayed by this amazing, beautiful actor.
He was part of an underground paedophile network called Spartacus and his role was to create a network of venues for members.
Spartacus, for instance, changed her name from the perfectly serviceable (although still a tad unusual) Lali.
He took a break from filming Spartacus after its first season, but writers created a six-episode prequel, Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, to give him time to undergo treatment and recover before returning to the role.
She lives and works in a nudist colony and changed her name to Spartacus to annoy people.
Sadly, Whitfield, who was raised in Amlwch, died after an 18-month battle with cancer last September, and Starz, the company that produces the Spartacus franchise, decided to recast the role.
Suffice to say having shed their slave owner, Spartacus (as played by McIntyre, physically time but not overly charismatic) and his band of escaped gladiators are on the prowl for Roman blood, with the occasional respite for some sweaty screwing.
There are, if you think about it, only two real models of American heroism: Spartacus and Gordon Gekko.