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Portrait of P. Crassus, published 1574. Creators: Unknown, Johannes Sambucus
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Rainbow tree boa set, Epicrates Crassus, isolated on white background
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Common river mussel, Common Central European river mussel (Unio crassus), traces on the bottom of the stretch of water, Germany
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'Virginius kills his Daughter Virginia', mid 18th century. Creator: Unknown
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'Verginius left his beautiful young daughter Verginia in the care of her nurse', c1912, (1912). Artist: Ernest Dudley Heath
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Author: Johannes Sambucus. Portrait of P. Crassus - published 1574 - Unknown Artist (Flemish) written by Johannes Sambucus (Flemish, 1531-1584)
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Spartacus d71 BC Roman gladiator  Leader of the slave army eventually defeated by Marcus Licinius Crassus  Late 19th century impression of Spartacus victorious...
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Epicrates boas isolated on the white background
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Illuminated page with profile of Marcus Licinius Crassus, Volume III, left 3, f 19 v, Vitae virorum illustrium, by Plutarch (ca 46-127), manuscript
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Carolus Crassus 839 - 888), 1559
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Historic steel engraving, Roman history around 447 BC, Virginius knifing his daughter Verginia, Appius Claudius Crassus Inregillensis Sabinus standing next to...
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The Death of Virginia, 1630-80. Creator: Giacinto Gimignani
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SLAVE REVOLT In the final battle Crassus defeats the slaves and Spartacus is killed on the battlefield
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Crassus, member of Triumvirate with Caesar & Pompeius, wages war against Parthians but is defeated at Carrhae and executed
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SLAVE REVOLT In the final battle Crassus defeats the slaves and Spartacus is killed on the battlefield
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Crassus, though shown proof of his political enemy Carbon's crimes, refuses to accept testimony brought him by treacherous means
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Famous and infamous rich people, Philips Galle, Hadrianus Junius, 1563
The death of Spartacus in 71 BC during the Battle of the Silarius River near Senerchia in the present day Province of Avellino, Campania, Italy
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