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  • Vatia was a lanista, an entrepreneur who bought and trained gladiators, whom he then hired out to the producers of gladiatorial games.

    The Spartacus War

  • The man was crude and thick-skinned enough not to mind having a job descriptiongladiatorial school owner (lanista, in Latin)that Romans compared to butcher (lanius) or pimp (leno).

    The Spartacus War

  • Vatia was a lanista, an entrepreneur who bought and trained gladiators, whom he then hired out to the producers of gladiatorial games.

    The Spartacus War

  • Vatia was a lanista, an entrepreneur who bought and trained gladiators, whom he then hired out to the producers of gladiatorial games.

    The Spartacus War

  • The man was crude and thick-skinned enough not to mind having a job descriptiongladiatorial school owner (lanista, in Latin)that Romans compared to butcher (lanius) or pimp (leno).

    The Spartacus War

  • Vatia was a lanista, an entrepreneur who bought and trained gladiators, whom he then hired out to the producers of gladiatorial games.

    The Spartacus War

  • Subulo, lanista and hister, for instance, are masculine nouns borrowed from Etruscan.

    The etymology of Latin tofus 'tufa' isn't written in stone

  • "Subulo, lanista and hister, for instance, are masculine nouns borrowed from Etruscan."

    The etymology of Latin tofus 'tufa' isn't written in stone

  • The man was crude and thick-skinned enough not to mind having a job descriptiongladiatorial school owner (lanista, in Latin)that Romans compared to butcher (lanius) or pimp (leno).

    The Spartacus War

  • The man was crude and thick-skinned enough not to mind having a job descriptiongladiatorial school owner (lanista, in Latin)that Romans compared to butcher (lanius) or pimp (leno).

    The Spartacus War

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