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Spartacus: Gods of the Arena DVD Box Set

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Spartacus: Gods of the Arena is a Starz television mini-series and prequel to Spartacus: Blood and Sand, which premiered January 21, 2011. The mini-series features the bloody history of the House of Batiatus and the city of Capua before the arrival of Spartacus. Quintus Lentulus Batiatus becomes a lanista when he takes over his father's ludus of gladiators. He has ambitions of stepping out of his father's shadow by seeking recognition for his own name and achieving greatness for his house. By his side stands his beautiful wife Lucretia who will help her husband achieve his goal no matter what the cost. Batiatus puts all his fortunes on the man who will gain him fame and glory, his best gladiator, the Celt, Gannicus; a skilled warrior who wields his swords in the arena as if it were his last day alive; however, those who oppose Batiatus and his future champions of Capua plot against him only to fail

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Region region
Language English
Boxed Set Yes
Discs 6 pcs
Condition New
Format Support both PAL & NTSC
Genre Drama
NO. of Seasons Episodes1-6
Release date 2011
Creator Steven S. DeKnight,Brent Fletcher
Starring Dustin Clare,Lucy Lawless,John Hannah,Peter Mensah

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