Spartacus War of the Damned episode 301 is almost here. The air date of Friday January 25, 2013 at 9pm is just over a week and a half away.
The first episode for Spartacus 2013 is called “Enemies of Rome” which is no real spoiler give the third series summary! The rebel numbers are growing to thousands of freed slaves and becoming a force that has started to challenge even the mighty armies of Rome.
We now have Spartacus War of the Damned first episode’s image gallery and details below.
You can read about two of the main Roman characters, Crassus and Tiberius lower down. You can also read about Spartacus, Crixus and Gannicus, Caesar, Agron and Nasir, and Naevia, Saxa, Laeta & Kore by clicking the links to the articles.
Spartacus War of the Damned 301 – Gallery
Spartacus War of the Damned 301 – Details
The rebellion Spartacus has created has turned into thousands. Now with Crixus and Gannicus they deal a serious blow to Rome’s fighting legions.
This leads Roman officials to seek funding from the aristocratic and ambitious Marcus Crassus and enlisted the help of a young Julius Caesar.
Cast includes: Liam McIntyre as Spartacus, Dustin Clare as Gannicus, Manu Bennett as Crixus, Daniel Feuerriegel as Agron, Simon Merrells as Crassus, Todd Lasance as Julius Caesar and Christian Antidormi as Tiberius.
Spartacus War of the Damned – Crassus
A man of great wealth, position, and considerable wisdom for his age, Marcus Crassus is the last hope the Roman Senate has to defeat the rebellion.
He amassed his extraordinary wealth through a series of shrewd business decisions but the honor of military success has always eluded him.
Now, Crassus has opportunity to gain that recognition using all means at his disposal to defeat Spartacus. Unlike his predecessors, Crassus will not underestimate this “mere slave;” the man has defeated countless Roman armies, and will do so again if not matched in brains as well as brawn.
But bringing death to Spartacus will require more than just money.
So, Crassus will call upon a young and battle experienced Julius Caesar to help, much to the envy of his oldest son Tiberius, who wants only to prove himself to his father.
Crassus is played by Simon Merrells
Spartacus War of the Damned – Tiberius
The eldest son of Marcus Crassus, Tiberius wants nothing more than to prove himself to his father. He’s ready to lead, and presses hard for a position of leadership in Crassus’ army.
But Tiberius is living in the shadow of Julius Caesar; an ambitious and self- important young man who is, in many ways, the son Crassus wishes he had.
It’s a fact that Tiberius is very aware of, and one that causes much friction between himself and Caesar.
Tiberius is played by Christian Antidormi.