|First appearance||S1E06: Delicate Things|
|Last appearance||S1E11: Old Wounds|
|Relationships|| Quintus Lentulus Batiatus (Employer, deceased)|
Ashur (Ally, deceased)
|Status||Deceased (Killed by Spartacus)|
Aulus is a hairy, rounded man of average height with short, dark hair. He has skills in stealth and combat, which he utilizes in his shady profession.
Aulus has no morals, doing Batiatus' dirty deeds for money, and seeking pleasure in wine and women. He also bares little loyalty, as he will be quick to forget his loyalties the moment his life is threatened.
Blood and SandEditAs Sura's caravan arrives at the ludus, Aulus, covered in blood as he drives the caravan inside, says that they were attacked on the way from Neapolis. He appears to be wounded.
He later speaks with Batiatus, regarding plans to exact revenge upon Calavius for insulting Batiatus, who holds Calavius captive in the sewers. Aulus guards the captive, but falls asleep. Awoken by Ashur, he finds Calavius unconscious and leans in to see if he is still alive, but Calavius lunges forwards and bites a chunk of flesh from Aulus' neck. He goes to see the Medicus, who gives him a drink to help him rest. Soon, however, a suspicious Spartacus awakens next to him and inquires on Aulus' supposed wound inflicted during the raid of the Sura's caravan.Finding no wound, Spartacus grasps Aulus' neck and asks what happened, and Aulus admits that it was Batiatus who ordered him to kill Sura. Upon hearing this news, Spartacus does not relax his grip and strangles Aulus. As he finishes, Mira enters the room and witnesses what happens. Spartacus tells her to bind him so they won't suspect him in Aulus death. Batiatus is informed by Ashur the next day that Aulus died from his wounds. While Batiatus is slightly suspicious, Ashur reminds him that Aulus knew a lot and his death ties up loose ends.
- In history, 'Aulus' was one of the ten most common Roman personal names.
- The name 'Aulus' is believed to be of Etruscan origin.
- The Latin word for an assassin was Sicarius, which literally means "dagger man".
To Ashur - "Place foot on me again and find yourself once more a cripple".