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Aus den Überlieferungen geht nicht hervor, ob Gannicus einer der mit Spartacus entflohenen Gladiatoren aus der Gladiatorenschule des Batiatus in Capua. Gannicus ist seit der schweren Verletzung Oenomaus' (Drago) der amtierende Champion der Gladiatorenschule des Batiatus. Trotz seiner Qualitäten als Kämpfer. Hier findet Ihr alle Infos und Bilder zu Schauspieler Dustin Clare und seiner Rolle des Gannicus in der US-Erfolgs-Serie Spartacus. - Hier findet Ihr alle Infos und Bilder zu Schauspieler Dustin Clare und seiner Rolle des Gannicus in der US-Erfolgs-Serie Spartacus. - Joa Cape hat diesen Pin entdeckt. Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest. Gannicus from #Spartacus. Altersfreigabe, Lebensgeschichte, Fernsehserie, Filme Serien, Erotik. Spartacus - Dustin Clare ist Gannicus. Hier findet Ihr alle Infos und Bilder zu Schauspieler Dustin Clare und seiner Rolle des Gannicus in der US-Erfolgs-Serie.
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Spartacus Gannicus - InhaltsverzeichnisStephen Lovatt. Craig Walsh Wrightson. Joseph LoDuca.
Gannicus proved to be a real sight in the arena and gained popular followers. Gannicus is a popular gladiator and a rising star in the gladiator world in Capua, at Casa de Batiatus, having stood out since his friend Oenomaus was defeated by Theokoles.
He is introduced by Quintus Batiatus in a match at the Old Arena, in which he easily defeats his opponent. Gannicus' face.
Back at Ludus, Gannicus gains rewards for his victory; wine and women. He participates in both vigorously, then plays with his friends Oenomaus and Melitta.
He seems to be free of all worries and has little respect for his own life. While Batiatus attempts a commercial deal with Tullius, he and Vettius argue over who has the best gladiators.
Batiatus jokes that any of his gladiators could defeat Vettius' gladiators in the absence of sight, and Vettius accepts him.
Batiatus chooses Gannicus to fight, which means that he is officially champion of the Ludus and the days of Oenomaus as champion are over.
That night, Oenomaus hears drunks singing outside and finds Gannicus swinging dangerously over the cliff cliff, with an amphora of wine in his hand.
He purposely slips and almost falls, laughing at the danger of it. He then sobers up for a moment and tells Oenomaus that he should be the only fighter calling Oenomaus a true champion , but the next day he is taken to the city to face Vettius' champion, Otho.
The challenge occurs in the market. Vettius brings his gladiator Otho, along with a blindfold, reminding Batiatus of the part of his challenge that he just meant as a joke.
Sixth and Tullius are present, and Batiatus does not wish to be seen as a coward, but he cannot accept it. Gannicus, instead, accepts the sale and prepares for the fight, mocking Otho in doing so, saying that the task should not be difficult, as he only needs to direct his blades to the smell of excrement.
They lock their arms and fight without weapons, but once they are free of each other, Gannicus cannot find his opponent and is knocked to the ground.
Otho hits many strong blows and eventually grabs his sword again. He cuts off Gannicus' chest, but Gannicus grabs him and forces the sword out of his control.
Otho pulls a nail close and stabs Gannicus in the chest with it, but Gannicus pushes him again. Sword in hand, Otho approaches and strikes Gannicus, who runs out of the way at the last moment.
The sword fits on a wooden plank. Gannicus follows the sounds and grabs Otho, forcing him to fall on the tip of the sword, cutting his neck and killing him.
Tullius is impressed with Gannicus' performance and seeks to buy it from Batiatus, who refuses. A cunning battle begins between the two over who owns the Gannicus.
After the battle, Gannicus joins Oenomaus in his room to celebrate and share wine. Melitta, Oenomaus' wife, enters and hears Gannicus joking about killing Oenomaus in the arena, if applicable.
She plays with him for discussing the possible death of her husband so lightly and asks what he would do if he could not laugh or fight to get out of a situation, which is what he would normally do.
He replies that he may have to fuck his way out. A new Roman guest, Quintilius Varus, arrives at the village.
Batiatus is eager to impress the man to win favor, and offers a demonstration of Gannicus, who trains at Ludus, for battle. As Varus favors Gaia, he allows her to choose Crixus, a new trainee, as Gannicus' opponent.
Varus asks for used metal swords instead of wooden swords, and Batiatus hesitantly agrees. When the fight begins, Gannicus seems to have the advantage, but Crixus manages to regain his form and even knock down one of Gannicus' swords and take him down.
Impressed, Gannicus soon manages to recover and gains control of the battle again, knocking Crixus to the ground. In the years following his freedom, Gannicus presumably traveled the Italian Peninsula and on one of these trips he traveled to Sinuessa En Valle.
There he met a Roman blacksmith, called Attius, and they became good friends. Although he was no longer a gladiator, he followed the events that took place in Capua.
During that time away from Capua, he had heard many stories about the "Undefeated Gaul", whom he knew as Crixus and was pleased to learn that he became champion after his departure.
Gannicus would learn later about Spartacus' revolt and the death of his old domain. He later discovered that Rhaskos, Crixus and Oenomaus would be killed in the ad gladium arena in Capua.
This led him to return to his old city, wanting to give them an honorable death in the arena. Five years later, it is revealed that Gannicus has wandered over the years and has surrendered to the point where he is quoted as being "light on coins".
This leads him to return to Capua, the place where his prestige and reputation were established in search of ways to finance his ventures.
In exchange for fights in the arena, once again, he receives a coin amount from Mercato, a local games organizer, thrilled by his presence. After realizing that they must face him in the arena, Crixus is perplexed as to why his old friend would deliberately end their lives in the arena, with Oenomaus believing that it is because he has lost all honor.
While waiting outside the arena, Gannicus briefly exchanges words with Spartacus in disguise, who has come to free his teammates and destroy the stadium.
Spartacus realizes that he is a gladiator released from the House of Batiatus through the mark of the brotherhood, and questions him why he came to kill his brother.
Gannicus reveals that he had heard that the three would be executed and believes that only he can make them die honorably.
After the Battle of Vesuvius, Gannicus remains with the rebel army. He now loyally serves to honor his fallen friend, although he still has doubts about the cause.
Meanwhile, he was on the side of Spartacus and Crixus during the main battles. Gannicus also now became interested in Saxa and developed a strong friendship with Spartacus, becoming a kind of confidant and moral adviser to him.
After the victorious battle against Cossinius and Furius, Gannicus returns to the camp to drink wine with his friends Sanus and Totus and then he sleeps with Saxa and two other women presented as "gifts" to him by Saxa.
Spartacus summons him, upset that Gannicus did not send his battle report. Gannicus reports "We fight, we win".
Spartacus then realizes Gannicus' ability and tells him to take his rightful place alongside Crixus and himself as a leader. Gannicus does not consider himself a leader who refuses, but Spartacus says that many already see him as such and even greater would follow him in battle and would gladly die for the cause.
Gannicus explains to Spartacus that he wants to remain in the brotherhood and remain a close advisor to Spartacus, but not to be seen as God like Spartacus.
Gannicus also questions Spartacus' blood path, wondering how many must die before he feels peace. Spartacus notes that the more Romans he kills, the greater the chance of slaves, noting that he could not even save his own wife.
With the change of subject, Gannicus reveals to Spartacus his affair with Melitta and says that even when he gained his freedom, the pain he caused to those he loved remained.
He goes on to explain that Oenomaus finally forgave him in his last breath, telling Spartacus that forgiveness heals where revenge leaves a void, but Spartacus doesn't move.
Gannicus then departs from Spartacus' tent to seek more celebration and states that he is with him until the end. Historically, Gannicus was of Galician origin.
His exact tribe is unknown, but it is speculated that he was a brother both in captivity and in tribal brotherhood with Crixus. If true, Gannicus may be from the Allobroge tribe.
The homeland of the Allobroges extended to the modern French regions of Vivarais, Savoy and Dauphine. The 19th century German historian Karl Mullenhoff theorized that the name "Gannicus" was of Germanic origin.
In light of this, many historians such as English scholar George Long and modern historian Barry Strauss speculated that Gannicus and many other soldiers who fought for Spartacus were captured children of the Cimbri tribe who were completely destroyed in the Battle of Vercellae in BC.
In this battle, 60, members of the Cimbri tribe a semi-nomadic tribe from northern Europe , mainly women and children, were captured and made slaves by the Romans.
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