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Movie inaccuracies of Gladiator Extra Credit The movie Gladiator, seemed to be very historical in accuracies, the first time watched. After viewing again and learning about ancient western civilization one learns that the story does not depict the history of Rome, very well. The biggest problem is the opening scene with the war, never happened. The barbarians did fight the Romans and the Romans did win, but no dart arrows were ever used. Gladiator attempts to recapture the severity of battle. It does this with too many special effects and historical inaccuracies. In one open battle catapults would not be used. Generals though would own dogs, would not bring them to battle. I believe that with Gladiator deemed for a depiction of the cruelty of Roman society, it did this by using false events to climax the movie. The whole story of Gladiator is a false story. Maximus never was alive, to records. What he did and impacted never happened, but his impact and actions were those that could have happened in the time of new succession for Emperor in
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