Maximus Decimus Meridius was a fictional character and hero of the Movie Gladiator (2000). When Emperor came to know of the conspiracy to kill him (through sister Lucilla), he got Maximus arrested. Then in the Coloseum basement he stabbed his lung and got the wound covered by armor. During the duel that ensued between the two in the arena, Commodus was killed when his soldiers betrayed him. Maximus also succumbed to the punctured lung 'to meet his wife and son in afterlife' asking senator Graccius to restore power of Roman Kingdom to the senate.
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General Maximus Decimus Meridius
Russell Crowe for his role as Maximus Decimus Meridius in Gladiator.
Crowe won the 2000 Best Actor for his performance as onetime Roman general Maximus Decimus Meridius in "Gladiator."
Russell Crowe as Maximus Decimus Meridius and Joaguin Phoenix as Commodus are the main actors. A complete list can be found at the related links.
Yes. He played a Spaniard named Maximus Decimus Meridius. In the film he was called 'Spaniard' for a short time after he was sold into slavery.
Russell Crowe's lone Oscar win was the 2000 Best Actor award he received for his performance as Maximus Decimus Meridius in "Gladiator."
Antonius Proximo is a fictional character played by Oliver Reed in the film Gladiator. He is a gladiator trainer the main character, Aelius Maximus Decimus Meridius, has been sold to.
Tecala is real country where the one major event in its history was when general maximus decimus meridius travelled to the future riding a velociraptor in order to rescue a banana held hostage by the sheriff of Nottingham.
Russell Crowe was nominated three consecutive years in the Best Actor category for "The Insider" (1999), "Gladiator" (2000) and "A Beautiful Mind" (2001). He won his only Oscar for his performance as Maximus Decimus Meridius in "Gladiator."
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Decimus Govett died in 1912.
Charles Decimus Barraud died in 1897.
Decimus Burton died on 1881-12-14.
I guess you are referring to Tigris of Gaul. He fought with a sword. Tigris of Gaul was a gladiator who was "undefeated". However, he was defeated by Maximus Meridius. Tigris faced the ex-general Maximus Meridius in the Colosseum in 180 AD. He was announced as "The only undefeated Gladiator" by the host of the games, Cassius. The match was unfair for Maximus, because the emperor Commodus sent three tigers to attack him and kill because he hated him. Tigris was stabbed in the foot by Maximus, who was bleeding after slaying a tiger. Leaning down, blood came from his mask's mouth and he collapsed to the ground. The audience wanted Maximus to kill the "undefeated" defeated Gladiator, but Maximus mercifully spared the Gladiator. This earned him the title "Maximus the merciful" from the crowd and angered Commodus.
Which Maximus, anyway, we all die in the end
Maximus of Turin died in 465.
Maximus of Pavia died in 511.
Maximus of Jerusalem died in 350.
Maximus of Naples died in 361.
Maximus of Salzburg died in 476.
Maximus of Ephesus died in 372.
Gellius Maximus died in 219.