The Spartacus Uprising was a slave uprising that shook Rome. Although the Roman Senate was desperate for face and did not allow Crassus to gain triumphant glory, it privately regarded the Spartacus Uprising as the greatest threat In more than two centuries, the first reaction of the Roman elders when they encountered slave troubles was to never make a second Spartacus. In the sixth year after Spartacus died (BC 63 years), Pompeo completely defeated the Eastern Kingdom of Pontus and forced Mithradatis VI to death, which made the entire Rome breathe a sigh of relief. Then, if the nightmare in the hearts of these two Roman Senate can meet , What will happen?
The answer is likely to be that they joined hands to become "revolutionary" brothers, shaking most of the foundations of Rome. SThe sixth king was born in the N generation, and was one of the world’s top tyrants at the time (the treasury had tens of thousands of talents of gold and silver). His policies in the Greek world were very close to Spartacus. It was killing the Romans (including Italians allied with the Romans), killing usurers, and liberating slaves. It can be said that Spartacus was the predecessor of the liberation of slavery.
In the spring of 88 BC, Rome, Asia Minor The governor of the region and Mithridates VI fought a fierce battle. The Romans, with the two legions as the main force, were defeated and lost Asia Minor to the Kingdom of Pontus. Aiming at the “clean” homes of the Hellenistic countries in Asia Minor, and everyone getting the embarrassment of a goddess (the poor one), Mithrada Tis VI abolished unreasonable debts and liberated a large number of people who became slaves due to poverty. UpThe great savior in the eyes of Greek dicks. He then came to the Greek peninsula and continued to implement the above policies. He was full of enthusiastic fans wherever he went. Macedonia, the mainland of Greece and even Spartacus' hometown of Thrace became his turf. However, Rome was caught in a civil war with allies, unable to send generals to PK with him in the first place.
After Sula’s landing in Greece, Mithradatis VI also carried out further reforms, and even made his surroundings People wondered if he had taken the wrong medicine (or was pierced by the soul of the traverser). He ordered the nobles of the city-states such as Kaios to take his son as a hostage, and sent the citizens of these city-states to the desolate northern bank of the Black Sea to open up wasteland and farm This move of course spurred resistance, and Mithradatis VI even gave all the citizens, slaves and debtors of the Greek city-statesIn terms of citizenship, this move seems universal, but it also offends people.
In the eyes of ancient Greeks, citizenship is the most sacred right. No matter how hard the Gentiles and slaves work, they cannot get it. Even Hippocrates, with countless living people, never got the citizenship of the city of Athens throughout his life, and could only be a spectator on the festivals of the Athenians. The actions of Mithridates VI were unanimously opposed by the upper class of the Greek world. They even wanted to plot to assassinate him, but they were thwarted by the old conspiracy expert Mithridates VI.
Mitradates VI is not the heroine of the fantasy world, there is no dragon around him, and his universal views did not give him Increase the battlefieldPower. In the following 20 years, he was successively beaten by Sura, Luculus, and Pompey, and he was beaten by several Roman legions with a 100,000-level army.
But Spartacus spent four years in Italy, defeating two former consuls in Rome and annihilating three Roman legions. If Spartacus can escape from Italy and come to Mithrada Tis VI, combined with the latter's military strength and wealth, it will really look good at the Roman Senate.
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