Latin name meaning 'Spartan, from the city of Sparta'
The name of the ancient Greek city of Sparta derives its name from Greek spart = 'a cord or rope made from the shrub spartos (a kind of a broom)'. The name implies that the cord was used for marking out the lines along which the city's foundations were laid. 
Spartacus was the name of a 1st-century Thracian slave, famous for leading a revolt of gladiators against Rome 
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