She is not afraid to risk others for her purpose. After a protracted duel, in which Ashur initially holds the upper hand, Naevia wounds him and decapitates Ashur. When Ilithyia has calmed down, is shaken by the ordeal and terrified of going back in public, fearing somebody will see her and know what she did. In response, Spartacus retorts "Perhaps, yet it is not this day" and, with memories of his wife going through his head, he thrusts his sword through Glaber's mouth and down his throat. Lucretia says they can stick together and make something work. Spartacus decides to use her as a bargaining chip in order to get more weapons for the Rebels. She admires their strength and ferocity in battle, after a suggestion from Lucretia, buys one of her own. Meanwhile, Licinia speaks of how scandalous it is that she would sleep with a gladiator - and Spartacus, nonetheless - and mocks Ilithyia so much so that she falls into a rage and attacks Licinia, smashing her skull multiple times into the marble tile. With Andy Whitfield, John Hannah, Peter Mensah, Manu Bennett. She has a talent in manipulating mostly by using her body as means to an end. "You really shouldn't have gone to the trouble, Lucretia. Never mind, Spartacus executive producer Steven DeKnight is now confirming Ilithyia actually did die in the finale, bringing the death count among major characters in just one episode to a … Disheveled and heavily pregnant, she tells Spartacus that the child she carries is his. Shortly after arriving, she is found by Lucretia, who has been presumed dead over a month. The house is left empty, save for Ilithyia, her two slaves, and Lucretia, who takes it upon hers. This is the only episode in the series in which a sex-scene does not take place. The Egyptian meets his end at Gannicus' sword. Ilithyia enjoys her friendship with Lucretia, if perhaps this is only to gain entrance to the world of the gladiators. Ilithyia is still in the ludus when Batiatus organize's a party to celebrate Glaber as a patron amongst the socialites of Rome and Capua. However, the writers changed their mind and extended their story to one more season. 7. Ilithyia is introduced alongside her husband, Glaber, as he tries to persuade the Thracians to aid him in battle. Ilithyia, shocked after it is revealed that both intended to use the scandal against her, suddenly kills Licinia. Noticing this, Spartacus shouts to his army "Press advantage ! He tells Glaber of how Licinia met her end, and Glaber hits Ilithyia for doing something so atrocious. I mean, what if they went insane all at once, clamoring for blood?! However, Lucretia leaves briefly and returns covered in blood, clearly unhinged. environment), the two eventually form a sort of friendship as they both reveal a more devious and cunning nature. The only person who seems happy to see her returned is Lucretia, who tells her that Seppia now knows the truth. Pleased with this discovery, Ilithyia happily glides through the villa looking for her father, whom she finds in bed with Lucretia. At the end, Spartacus releases Ilithyia in the woods after revealing to her that Glaber had no intention of saving her. At the bottom of their descent, they kill the surrounding soldiers and take control of the siege weapons to set fire to the camp and leave the roman legion in disarray. Oenomaus, wounded from battle, speaks wisdom to the rebel army. Hot asses and cold icy rage! Furious at Lucretia's apparent betrayal, she throws Lucretia to the floor and threatens to bash her head in on the tiles, just as she did to Licinia. As he walks away Ilithyia asks 'You let me live? Batiatus purchases a new group of gladiators, amongst them Segovax, Duro and Agron. He tells them that it is time for them to become an army. Spartacus and most of his followers stand on the mountain paths of the lower slopes of Mt. Ilithyia has long, wavy blonde hair and blue eyes and is of average height. Glaber visits Batiatus' Ludus to humiliate Spartacus by informing him of his wife, Sura's enslavement. When the gladiators revolt, Lucretia orders Ilithyia to have her guards combat the Gladiators. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. She expresses her distaste for Spartacus by cutting the skin on his chest to take some blood, which, according to legend, gives a man an erection that will last for days when drunk with wine. The two rekindle their romance, making love in front of Seppia's corpse. Vesuvius pondering their next move. Due to her time with Lucretia, she has become very ruthless and has zero regret for other people lives. Ilithyia and Lucretia ride towards Glaber, with Ilithyia intending to sway her husband to return to Rome so she can have her child there. Clutching the baby, she falls backwards off the side of the cliff with a smile on her face. She confesses to having had similar desires herself, and Lucretia encourages her to the decision of fulfilling them. They are even seen exchanging kisses on various occasions that are rather more intimate than those between friends. Nemetes' dislike of Spartacus' ways of leading the rebels, foreshadows the tension to come between them in. The ambush fails but some of the rebels, led by Spartacus, arrive to save their companions and a battle breaks out. It is the twenty-ninth episode of the Spartacus series overall. Viva Bianca, Actress: Spartacus: Blood and Sand. Ilithyia manages to walk back to the ludus, but tumbles and falls of exhaustion after throwing the gates open. Lucretia reassures her and offers her temporary housing in exchange for certain services. Nasir gets wounded, Seppius gets told, Ilithyia plots like never before, and omg Mira is a kickass ninja. Ilithyia decides to give a gift upon Lucretia, after learning that, despite many years of marriage, Lucretia has yet to produce a child, and brings in a priestess supposedly talented in helping cure infertility. The rebels briefly consider Ashur's offer but it is declined when Nemetes speaks up and states if he is to die he will do it as a free man as the rebels cheer in agreement. —Ilithyia to Lucretia, "That is how you sate desire. Ilithyia, who has hated Spartacus since he embarrassed her husband Glaber by his mutiny, seduces the young man and convinces him to demand death for the loser of the match. A petty and cowardly woman, Ilithyia escapes during the revolt but unregretfully causes the death of many friends by ordering the doors lockeds to prevent anyone escaping as the rebels go on a murderous rampage through the ludus . Vesuvius with deals for a plea bargain. Ilityhia is brought to Spartacus as a way to end the rivalry between him and Glaber, but Spartacus is hesitant to kill her. As time goes on, the friendship between Lucretia and Ilithyia sours as Lucretia asks for more and more favors. They were ultimate frenemies, but with Ilithyia, there's a fine line between friend and enemy, and that line crumbled when Lucretia tricked Ilithyia into having sex with Spartacus, instead of … He turns to his followers, who were left speechless after Glaber's proclamation. She is a wealthy Roman woman, the daughter of Senator Albinius, and the wife of Praetor Gaius Claudius Glaber. the woman he cast aside would save his life, but she tells him that they are both monsters. Spartacus then engages Glaber on an evenly matched one-on-one sword fight. Although Ilithyia looks to Varinius for help, he realizes there is nothing he can do, and he leaves her crying in a heap. Lucretia takes the child - a boy - to the side of the cliff, and Ilithyia crawls after her, bleeding profusely from her slashed abdomen. Ilithyia appears as one of the characters in Spartacus: Swords and Ashes and Spartacus: Morituri. She soon returns to her schemes as she shifts her attention from her husband Glaber to Varinius, a high ranking and wealthy Roman who is also a praetor. Ilithyia fears what Lucretia could say about her and does as she asks when Lucretia wants the noblemen and -women of Rome to be invited to the ludus for Numerius' birthday party. Spartacus and Crixus face an undefeated giant gladiator. As Glaber expected, Ashur is killed, by Naevia. However, Crixus stops him and suggests that they execute him and send his head back to Glaber as a "reply" to the Glaber's offer of surrender. She was intended to be killed along with Lucretia at the end of the first season. Lucretia telling Ilithyia about Seppius' death. Rome dispatched militia under the command of praetor Gaius Claudius Glaber, who besieged Spartacus and his camp on Mount Vesuvius, hoping that starvation would force Spartacus to surrender. She hopes to make some of her friends in high Roman circles jealous of this purchase, but is seen to still be the one trying to amuse them and gain their approval. Lucretia reveals that she remembers everything, but Ilithyia only releases her after Lucretia says she slept with Ilithyia's father in order to convince him to dissolve the marriage. Ilithyia under a thick fur coat, with Glaber. Despite the fact that she strongly dislikes Spartacus, She seems to grow an attraction based on lust towards him, as seen from when she begins to pleasure herself to the memory of the night she and Spartacus have sexual intercourse. When Glaber has a meeting with Seppius, asking to join their forces to take on Spartacus' men, Seppius is noncommital and says he'll give his answer tomorrow. Varro's death by Spartacus, on Numerius orders. Glaber also holds an athletic/muscular body tone and professional Roman combat skills as demonstrated from his use with a sword. This enrages Gannicus and spurs him on to break free of nearby Romans and charge at the mercenary, who he manages to overwhelm and kill by hacking his head almost in half. As Glaber takes to his bath, Seppia arrives and soon smashes his head with a jar. Meanwhile, Lucretia entertains Ilithyia, and despite Ilithyia's distaste for the food and drink (and the overall. Due to her father's wealth she is always seen wearing lavish dresses and extravagant jewelry, whatever is fashionable amongst the higher levels of Roman society. Spartacus must restore hope to his people, as they careen towards their final confrontation with Glaber's army. The surviving rebels who have finished killing the remaining Roman soldiers pay witness as Spartacus forces Glaber to his knees and states "The Roman finally learns his place before us..on his knees." which has many of the rebels cheering in agreement and chasing after their enemies back to the temple while the others deal with the soldiers in the woods. Spartacus is presented the choice of satisfying his personal need for vengeance against the man that condemned his wife to slavery and eventual death or making the larger sacrifice necessary to keep his budding army from breaking apart. Ilithyia sees them as they come in and Lucretia convinces her to purchase one. She asks her husband if there is any love left between them, to which Glaber replies that only a monster stands before her, thanks to what Ilithyia has done to him. Lucretia arrives and manages to dissuade her, by saying the potion will make her sick and cause her to bleed for days, causing her absence at the games to come into question. They land decisive blows on their enemies however despite their teamwork the mercenary briefly gains the upper hand with Gannicus being knocked to the ground and Oenomaus fatally wounded from a stab to the abdomen. She hates Spartacus due to him defying her hus… Ilithyia is intrigued to see what use Lucretia may yet bring her, and is fascinated by the gladiators practicing in the training area below. Meeting the rebels, Ashur reveals Glaber that Spartacus will be killed upon them surrendering him and they will be spared but would once again become slaves. The German, however, counters by saying Spartacus led them to this and at least Mira died a warrior while the rest of them are left to die more ignobly. After arriving, Ilithyia tells Glaber that Ashur gave Seppia her deceased brother's bracelet and led her on to attack him. In the ensuing days, Ilithyia is disheveled (it was customary for those in mourning to remain unbathed until the mourning period was over) and upset, listening to her late father's will being read out while Glaber stands uninterested, scheming. In an attempt to make her friends jealous of her newest purchase, Ilithyia comes to the ludus with three of her acquaintances, Licinia, Aemilia and Caecilia. After killing the last of Ilithyia's slaves, Lucretia cuts Ilithyia's newborn son from her womb and commits suicide by jumping off the ludus' cliff with the baby in her hands. broken by the death of his closest friend. Although her father never cared for Glaber in the first place, he refuses to dissolve her marriage. Ilithyia is a major character in the Spartacus series. With the deaths of Ashur, Oenomaus, and Lucretia, Crixus and Naevia are now the only main characters to appear in all three seasons and the prequel. He has been compared to the other recruits as having a larger than average penis, and it is for this reason that Ilithyia chooses him as her gladiator. Spartacus realizes that Ilithyia is of no use to him, and she is released into the woods - not before telling her that Glaber had no plan in saving her, then kneels down saying 'He does not love you, as I love my wife'. Ilithyia, horrified at losing her newborn, falls to the ground, dying of the wounds inflicted upon her by Lucretia. "ARHH," Spartacus roars from the unexpected pain. Ilithyia then informs her that the child is Spartacus' and that she feels a strange form of attachment to it. On the way, Lucretia reveals that she has been promised to Ashur, and both make plans to rid themselves of him. Glaber proclaims that he will not die by the hands of a "fucking slave". After her attendance at Lucretias party on the eve of the Vulcanalia, Iliythia obsession with gladiators reaches a new level and the target of her obsession is Varro. As a daughter of Albinius, her full name would be Albinia Ilithyia. He is found by Glaber who promptly smashes his head in with a large beam before rejoining the others outside, thereby destroying the one person able to dissolve their marriage. ', to which Spartacus turns and replys 'Do not think it in. In Vengeance, Ilithyia becomes pregnant and her pregnancy unknowingly plays a large role in the beginning stages of the war in which becomes a link between the two possible fathers: Spartacus and Glaber. Defeated by his archenemy, an angered Glaber says the Rebels have won nothing, boasting that Rome would send legions after them, and that one day soon, the rebels would fall to deserved end. Spartacus' remarks about Glaber's defeat, mirrors the same speech Glaber retorted to him in The Red Serpent, only this time it is reversed in a show of irony. Ilithyia was the twelfth main character to be killed. Lucretia finally reveals the depth of Glaber's vengeance and murderous deeds to Seppia. Directed by Michael Hurst. Lucretia’s swan dive only works if we understand why she thinks doing so is the ultimate romantic act. Spartacus grasps hands with Agron and then with Crixus. They are unaware of the swap. ", Spartacus:"Let Rome send their legions. Realizing his defeat, Glaber joins her at the games for one last display of supposed partnership. Ilithyia, upset, listening to her late father's will. Lucretia about to cut the baby out of Ilithyia. Death in the woods! They weave rappelling vines and Spartacus, Agron, Crixus, and Gannicus descend down the mountain behind the Roman guards. 9. As her husband's desire for her wanes, she becomes ever more vulnerable. As they charge, the rest of the rebels led by Oenomaus join the battle, blindsiding and attacking the romans from the side. She wishes to please her husband and promises that if he does well she can put good words in with her father to promote him. She is a coquette and devious young woman underneath her more innocent appearance, individual and manipulative without aid of her husband. Varro’s death only works after a half-season of his bond with Spartacus. Some of his followers attempt to ambush several Roman soldiers guarding the mountain, including Ashur and the Egyptian mercenary. The two women return to the House of Batiatus to make preparations to leave, but just as Ilithyia moves to push Lucretia off the side of the villa, her water breaks. Varro (Spartacus) Ilithyia (Spartacus) Lucretia (Spartacus) Ilithyia/Varro - Character; Humiliation; Gladiators; Poor Varro; Public Humiliation; Forced Nudity; Summary. Lucretia plans it so that Licinia. When Batiatus questions her, she lies to him that Ilithyia demanded Crixus in a disrespectful manner. Afterwards, Gannicus runs to the dying Oenomaus who says that he goes to his wife's arms and they will embrace him in the afterlife as a brother, he takes his last breath and dies in Gannicus' arms. Ilithyia is married to Gaius Claudius Glaber and shares many of his deceitful traits. Glaber organizes his men and has them confront the four rebel leaders with whom he lock eyes with before ordering his men to kill them. Spartacus looks upon his fallen enemy's corpse, satisfied at obtaining his long awaited vengeance. So-called "friends" once more, Ilithyia discovers that Lucretia, as a "gift from the Gods", may be much more useful then she first realized. Her plans ruined, Glaber's love gone, and her life in constant danger, Ilithyia seeks out Lucretia. This episode sees the second greatest amount of deaths of main characters; The only episode to surpass this one in number of deaths is the season three finale, Gannicus and Spartacus' newfound respect for each other forms into a budding friendship, which will be a main focus in, Spartacus' remarks about Glaber's defeat, mirrors the same speech Glaber retorted to him in. Language: English A little bother will be nothing compared to death, once she realizes." Ilithyia later offers Segovax his freedom if he takes Spartacus' life for her, but Crixus manages to save him (although he still counts Spartacus as an enemy). Numerius does as she asks, and the effect is as intended; Spartacus' spirit is. We’re serious, folks. Oenomaus: "A man is never too weak, or too wounded, to fight... if the cause is greater than his own life. Segovax has long, dark dreadlocks that fall below his shoulders. She instructs her gladiator Segovax to make an attempt on Spartacus' life because he slighted her husband, even though her gladiator is caught and crucified as punishment. These common dishes leave my stomach unsettled. —Ilithyia, "No..." The Rebel Army cheer on Spartacus after their victory. As her father was named Albinius, Ilithyia was a member of the Roman Gens Albinia, a political dynasty descended from one of the first Tribunes of the Plebs in Rome, named Lucius Albinius Paterculus. ", Spartacus:"The Roman finally learns his place before us-–on his knees. Ilithyia begins dropping hints of her intentions around Varinius, who reveals he is more than willing to marry her. "[1] Excited, the gaul joins the celebration as the rebels proceed to cheer Spartacus on. "Wrath of the Gods" is the tenth and final episode of Spartacus: Vengeance. The Balance of the relationship changes, with Lucretia becoming the more dominant. Unfortunately for her, the trail of blood and destruction she left behind at Batiatus' Ludus when she barricaded the inhabitants within will not be forgotten. Batiatus tells her that they must endure Ilithyia's bad manners and give Ilithyia what she wants to secure Glaber's patronage. WARNING: If you have yet to watch the Spartacus: Vengeance finale tonight, run don’t walk to the nearest exit. Glaber, fearful of his child's life, agrees to send her away, although not with Lucretia as they had both wanted. He commands her to bathe, despite tradition, and guard their child with her life - or he will kill her. He informs Ilithyia of her father's death in front of Varinius and Lucretia, and says in a cold, harsh voice that she will be a wife to him and a mother to their child. 3. In contradiction, she is highly fascinated by the other gladiators, in particular Crixus. "[1] Lucretia is still not moved, and devises a switch. He is saved by Oenomaus who growls at the Egyptian, "I owe you pain", punching the mercenary in his stomach. Ilithyia gets angry when Licinia compliments Spartaucs by calling him a god she shouts "He is nothing more than a Thracian dog! The name Ilithyia is derived from the name of the Greek goddess of childbirth. Unfortunately for Ilithyia, the potion is discovered by Glaber, who was informed of its existence by Ashur. In the ensuing chaos, Ilithyia's father gets caught in the falling debris. However, the writers changed their mind and extended their story to one more season. In the beginning of Spartacus: Vengeance, we find Ilithyia apparently shifting from her scheming former self into the role of a forgotten wife and soon-to-be mother. On the heels of the bloody escape from the House of Batiatus, the gladiator rebellion continues, striking fear into the heart of the Roman Republic. A Thracian man is condemned to a brutal death in the arena, only to outlast his executioners and be reborn as the enslaved gladiator Spartacus. The woman's questions lead to Ilithyia finding out about Lurcretia's secret lover, Crixus. She finds Numerius relaxing in the ludus bath and seduces him by joining him, naked, in the pool. His treachery dishonored Rome" Spartacus rebukes this by saying" It is your husband that bears the dishonor he abandoned defenseless women and children left them to be raped and murdered" She gets angry saying she would have him crucified if he were her slave but her three friends laugh at her for overreacting saying they all heard the rumors about glaber's dealing in Thrace they depart, leaving her alone with Lucretia. He nearly succeeds in killing Spartacus out of sheer rage. Glaber is infuriated, and sends him on a mission to meet Spartacus at the top of Mt. Spartacus urges his restless rebels to train for the defense of their new sanctuary. In the baths, Lucretia comforts Ilithyia, who is sad not only about her circumstances with Glaber but also the death of her dad. Although Lucretia appears to have gone crazy and lost all memory of what happened the ludus, Ilithyia is wary of her and grows distraught as her husband decides to use Lucretia to further his image with the people of Capua. Ilithyia has an interest in dangerous and socially dubious actions. He is taller than average, tan, and very muscular. Lucretia and Ilithyia seek comfort from each other, while Glaber’s forces swell with some deadly new recruits. When Glaber arrives, Batiatus asks for his patronage, which Glaber has no interest in giving. And see victory ours !!!" Death at a party! Ignoring the pleas of Lucretia and Aemilia, she closes the door behind her and locks them inside. At the end of Spartacus season 1, Lucy Lawless gave an amazing turn as a pregnant Lucretia was stabbed by Crucix – killing the baby he fathered she was going to pass off as Batiatus’ heir – and again when she watched her husband die by Spartacus’ hand. 1. —Ilithyia, after her child is killed; her last words[2]. They were surprised when Spartacus, who had made ropes from vines, climbed down the cliff side of the volcano with his men and attacked the unfortified Roman camp in the rear, killing most of them. Ilithyia then seduces the boy Numerius into having Varro, Spartacus's only friend, put to death by Spartacus. Spartacus is enraged and begins to choke Ilithyia, but is quickly removed by the guards. The two devise a plan to murder Glaber, using Seppia's desire for revenge against her. When the Thracian later known as Spartacus and his colleague report movement among the Getae armies, Ilithyia spurs her husband to abandon his post and his word, unknowingly inciting the Thracians into mutiny and desertion. He asks Ilithyia why she is crying - is it because her father is dead or because her plans were foiled? "Mask!" Ilithyia then realizes that she is not in their bedchambers, for her place beside Glaber has now been taken over by Seppia. Ilithyia throws Lucretia to the floor because she slept with her father. She tells him that he must choose Varro to fight Spartacus instead of Crixus, and that Varro must die. Worst: Sacramentum Gladiatorum. Rome shall send legions in my wake, and one day you shall fall to deserved end." Ilithyia, suspecting her rich friend's desires, also decides on a masked sexual encounter. Ilithyia appears in the novel, Spartacus: Swords and Ashes. The wall of the temple that was destroyed by one of Glaber's catapults in the previous episode had been reconstructed. Ilithyia with Lucretia seeing the Gladiators for the first time. Glaber is astonished that. When Glaber begins his war against Spartacus, he orders Ilithyia back to Capua with him and his army and she is condemned by her husband to live in the bloody ruins of the House of Batiatus. Ilithyia surprises Glaber by arriving at the camp unannounced, claiming she brings him a "gift" - herself, completely. Glaber soon confronts Ashur about his supposed treachery and bribes Ashur's soldiers to betray the troublesome Ashur and then forces him to go on a suicide mission to prove himself, confronting Spartacus and his followers alone and bargaining for their surrender. about who murdered her brother. Glaber is a man of average height with short black hair and blue eyes. (Ashur acted under the advice of Lucretia - although not specifically what Lucretia asked of him.) Spartacus seems unable to kill her, even if she is lying, but Mira is more than willing, although she is stopped by Spartacus. She tells Ilithyia to be a loving wife, and when the time comes, they will strike. For love, or vengeance—without hesitation." As preparations begin to dissolve Ilithyia's marriage to Glaber, she decides she needs to get rid of Glaber's child as well, but she hesitates when the potion that will kill the child is in her hand. He leaves her in the care of Lucretia, knowing he is condemning her to servitude, until he can return to grudgingly confirm the patronage. 22: 9 "Monsters" TJ Scott: Brent Fletcher But the beauty of Spartacus is in eloquently and effectively laying out the motivations for those acts in intimate, dialogue-driven scenes that I’d put against anything on television in the past decade. Wearing clothing and her hair in a manner of status, she uses her riches and status to procure only the finest of comforts and delicacies. She has long, wavy blonde hair, is of average height and a petite physique. She is close friends with Lucretia, however, their lively relationship is more than meets the eye. Ashur looks to Spartacus for help but the latter agrees with this as Naevia stops and convinces Crixus to allow her to fight Ashur. Mira is killed by Salvius who throws an axe meant for Spartacus. For instance, enjoying watching Varro have. Ilithyia commands again. She reads a letter, which - although written by Batiatus - claims that Glaber has become a patron of the ludus. Her joy is brief, however, as Spartacus brings down the arena in flames in an attempt to rescue his captured comrades. walks in on Spartacus and Ilithyia in bed, revealing their real identities. She has sadistic tendencies since she enjoyed herself by torturing others (mentally and physically). Despite the dearth of information about her personal life, Viva is actually a … She seduces Numerius at his birthday celebration to incite him to ask for a death-match against Batiatus interests, which results in the death of Varro. One morning soon after, Ilithyia walks in on Licinia meeting with Lucretia, and figures out the meaning of the meeting; Licinia is arranging an intimate meeting with a gladiator, namely Spartacus. Segovax does not reveal it was Ilithyia to Batiatus, who is then emasculated and crucified.

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