I just got done watching the series finale of Spartacus. Hopefully, Starz can produce another show of good caliber. I just wanted to say, overall, I very much enjoyed the series and highly suggest it to anyone who likes shows dealing with history of the ancient period. Well acted, well portrayed. -- For the most part, they even followed the historical context pretty well. The only thing standing out as very out of place, was Tiberius. As I believe Crassus had only two sons, neither of whom assisted him or died during the Third Servile War. (Marcus, his eldest and Publius Lucinius, his youngest.) Considering there, even among various historians of the time, are conflictions, overall, I think they did well. -- As to the misplacement of Tiberius, all of the historical accounts I found stated that one of Crassus generals, Mummimus, was the one disobeyed him and engaged Spartacus and then got routed. (as they showed Tiberius doing, which then led to Crassus's reinstitution of decimation, which is historically accurate). -- Ceasar was also out of place, as I have seen no accounts of him having helped Crassus in the War, but, there are at least ties between Crassus and Ceasar, as him, Ceasar and Pompey formed the first unofficial Triumverate. Crassus also helped Ceasar out of a situation in Spain. -- Overall, I give the show 5 stars. -- So, this post, is my ode to Spartacus. I think it ended in a fashion that Andy would have been proud. I hope others found it as well done as I did.