truegodofthearena:

Spartacus Meme: 2/2 Objects ~ the Idol

'I begin to believe in your gods, let us see how they would take us.’

truegodofthearena:

Spartacus Meme: 1/2 Objects ~  the  R  U  D  I  S

'It must always remain by my side. Proof that I am no longer a slave. Reminder of choices made while I was yet one.'

Agron + "I begin to question fucking plan."

truegodofthearena:

Spartacus Meme: 2/2 Locations

Battle of Melia Ridge: ~ a later battle of the Third Servile War. Crassus had spent months constructing a 35 mile defensive line of fortifications. Engineering a series of deep, stake filled trenches and bulwark, taking full advantage of the natural features- of the already difficult to pass Aspromonte mountain range that cuts across the instep of Italy- Crassus created what he referred to his ‘Tuna Trap,’ so called for the way it’s ever narrowing path was designed to herd Spartacus’ army onto the only half-mile wide Melia Ridge where, strategically, the only road north of the ridge Crassus also fortified with a deep, heavily defended trench. Crassus had effectively trapped the Thracian between the Devil- himself!- and those uncross-able Straits of Messina. Crassus wanted to starve out Spartacus’ army. However, Spartacus and his men ultimately filled the trenches with slave dead, allowing the rest of the Spartacans to race across the bodies of their dead comrades on foot and even on horseback. It was an important victory for the rebels when the Roman’s walls were breeched albeit at a high price: only one-third of Spartacus’ army survived the breakout from the Melia Ridge entrapment. [x]  

Spartacus Meme: 1 season - Blood & Sand

Spartacus Meme ~ one champion: Gannicus

'Tis a mad fucking plan! The sort I most favor.'

'I begin to believe in your gods. Let us see how far they would take us.'

truegodofthearena:

Spartacus Meme: 1/2 Locations

Sinuessa en Valle is the city Spartacus and the rebels invaded (S03E02). Following the siege, the city became the rebels’ headquarters for a short time before it was liberated by the Romans. Most of the original population was killed during the siege. Sinuessa was a city founded in the Roman Republic and into the Roman Empire. During 375 AD it was destroyed by an earthquake. The ruins of Sinuessa are in the actual city of Mondragone.

fuckyeahgannicusandsibyl:

'The Gaul falters against  s p e a r . Perhaps advice from the champion would aid his cause…’

Requested by dukewolfrein

Requests are well received, your will my hands ;]

Upon your command.

marienightandday:

That is not my name !

marienightandday:

That is not my name !