Rome. The greatest empire the world has ever known. This docudrama tells the story of Rome through the eyes of the empire's many adversaries who battled to see its destruction.
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2016  
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 Narrator (4 episodes, 2016)
Richard Riddell ...
 Flavus (3 episodes, 2016)
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 Marcus (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Queen Boudica (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Arminius (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Varus (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Reburrus (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Igulomerus (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Augustus (2 episodes, 2016)
Stefan Popov ...
 Fulco (2 episodes, 2016)
Georgi Zlatarev ...
 Segestes (2 episodes, 2016)
Daniela Marinova ...
 Thusnelda (2 episodes, 2016)
Dimo Alexiev ...
 Emsger (2 episodes, 2016)
Dimitar Banenkin ...
 Knimund (2 episodes, 2016)
Victor Bitiusca ...
 Idlefons (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Stilicho (2 episodes, 2016)
Leart Dokle ...
 Stilicho (2 episodes, 2016)
Gavin Drea ...
 Alaric (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Young Alaric (2 episodes, 2016)
Antoaneta Peeva ...
 Young Avina (2 episodes, 2016)
Alun Raglan ...
 Crixus (2 episodes, 2016)
Marty Rea ...
 Lupicinius (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Unwen (2 episodes, 2016)
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 Fritigern (2 episodes, 2016)
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As the Roman Empire expands, it encounters local populations that it considers 'barbarians', who fight back, effectively and savagely, dealing Rome one blow after another. Hannibal, Viriathus, Armenius, Spartacus and more strike back against Rome, some from without and some from within. See their struggles, their motivations, and the outcomes as these indigenous people's fight for survival, revenge and justice. Written by Chester Collins

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Rome didn't fall in a day.

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Action | Drama | History

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6 June 2016 (USA)  »

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A Rebelião dos Bárbaros  »

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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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This documentary-drama contains 5 actors and actresses from the hit series Game of Thrones (2011). This includes Clive Russell who portrayed Blackfish, Ian Beattie who portrayed Meryn Trant, Ian McElhinney who portrayed Barristan Selmy, Kerry Ingram who portrayed Shireen Baratheon and Murray McArthur who portrayed Dim Dalba. See more »

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4 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was very excited when I heard about this series,as there isn't much out there on Roman history. I enjoyed the 2 other documentaries on the rise and fall of the roman empire. I a big fan of the show Rome and spartacus,though they are not historically accurate ,but are TV series. A documentary should do its best to create an enjoyable story and be historically accurate.

Barbarians rising did none of these. I totally agree with the above reviews on Hannibal. Scipios son not being mentioned is a huge blunder Heck how hard would it have been to give him his eye patch, from losing his eye in battle.

I did enjoy the the second story on Veriatus. Perhaps because I don't know much about his story. Spartacus,they butchered as bad as they did Hannibals story. They had him winning at Vesuvius and one other small battle. He fought several battles and won. Spartacus was tricked by some pirates who were suppose to bring him across the waters to Sicily. There's nothing in history that says Marcus Crassus paid the pirates off,as they said in this episode. It didn't say how Spartacus had to battle uphill in their last attempt to escape the tip and defeat Crassus. Not a mention of right in the battle he killed his own horse,to rally his men


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