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The Oath of Spartacus marble statue

Roman Romantic Realism style The Oath of Spartacus marble statue

The craftsmanship of The Oath of Spartacus statue reflects the skill and artistry of the sculptor, who has skillfully translated the intensity of the subject matter into a timeless work of art. The choice of marble as the medium adds a classical touch, harkening back to the grandeur of ancient sculptures while infusing the piece with a sense of enduring strength.

NO.: AK-stone(KK90 )
MATERIAL: Natural Marble / Stone / Granite
USAGE: Amusement park, Theme park, Garden, Restaurant, Playground, Public Area, Garden, Indoor & Outdoor, etc

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The Oath of Spartacus marble statue shows great tenderness here, in the tender finger clasp of the crucified man and the way he leans back against his chest. But mixed with a certain love he felt was determination and revenge. He had a knife in his right hand, and his legs and body ready to go. The Oath of Spartacus marble statue’s head is bowed, but not out of resignation or shame. His gaze is different from other sculptures of David or Alexander the Great. The Oath of Spartacus marble statue He will die at a similar age to Alexander and, given his humble origins, will have achieved the same.

Statue Marble The Oath Of Spartacus Story

Statue Marble The Oath Of Spartacus Story

The Oath of Spartacus marble statue shows a nearly naked man, dead or in pain. He was bound to the remains of a tree with the chains of slaves at his feet. In front of the man stands a boy, naked, comforting, purposeful, and provocative. The man was crucified, a punishment in the early days of the Roman Empire for non-Roman citizens, often slaves, pirates, prisoners of war, or victims of political intrigue. The boy is The Oath of Spartacus marble statue, or what he imagined as a child. Here Spartacus stands courageously in the shadow of Roman justice, vowing to avenge the death of this man, and further the death of all slaves under tyranny. Years later, between 73 and 71 BC, Spartacus, a 30-year-old Thracian, led the greatest slave rebellion Rome had ever seen and shook the empire to its foundations. The Oath of Spartacus marble statue shows us that the cries of slaves and the persecuted have not been ignored and that the embers of freedom can burn in the youngest hearts.

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