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The position and size of the "S" scratched on the shield changes between shots: it is slightly larger and slightly higher & to the right of where it was when it was made by the sword point.
In the English version, Gulbar, a romanized Egyptian, mentions "the river Seine" in Gallia, but during his time, the river was still called "Sequana", in Latin, or "Sicauna", in Gaulish or Celtic.
The story takes place during the triumvirate of Crassus, Caesar and Pompey (65-60 BC), but when Crassus talks with Verulus and Randus, with the Sphinx serving as background, it is plain that the monument has already lost its nose - a fact that would take place 1850 years later.
When the "bloodless" execution device is shown, the transparent portions are obviously plastic sheeting, almost 2,000 years before plastic was invented.
In the English version, the mercenaries serving Crassus are called "Licians", but their black features and leopard fur outfits identify them rather as Lybians or Nubians.