|First appearance|| S0E01: Past Transgressions|
S1E02: Sacramentum Gladiatorum
|Last appearance||S2E09: Monsters|
|Relationships|| Quintus Lentulus Batiatus (Dominus, deceased)|
Lucretia (Domina, deceased)
Mira (Friend, deceased)
|Status||Deceased (Killed by Glaber's men)|
Camila is an older slave within Batiatus' Ludus and appears to hold position above the other slaves within the villa. She is dressed in a slaves attire and wears a light-blue headband. Throughout Vengeance she takes on the role as the rebels' medicus.
Gods of the ArenaEdit
Camila takes care of many duties within the villa. After the death of Melitta, Camila is instructed to put the Mark of the Domina upon Naevia in order to raise her to become her Body Slave and so that her chastity would be preserved.
Blood and SandEdit
Camila takes on the duties of keeping the villa in order. She takes care of many logistical details such as cleaning, food and decoration throughout the villa.
After the Massacre at the House of Batiatus, Camila has taken into living in the sewers with the other Rebels, When it is learned an army is dispatched from Rome to slaughter them, Camila is one of many who are horrified by the news and blame the gladiators for their current fate.
Following the taking of a Roman villa, tensions build upon between Agron and Crixus. The Rebels then split between groups and Camila leaves with Agron and others to move towards Vesuvius while Spartacus and Crixus take others to assault The Mines to look for Naevia.Later when the Rebels find sanctuary within the Vesuvius Temple, Camila takes part in the combat training and fortifying the temple.
When Oenomaus is brought badly injured, Camila takes on the role of the medicus and takes care of Oenomaus throughout his healing. When he becomes concious, she lets Gannicus know of his condition.
After the forces of Glaber and Varinius assault the temple, the surviving rebels attempt to flee to Mount Vesuvius. Camila is struck by a thrown spear from one of Glaber's men and falls to the ground dead before being given the chance to flee.
- Camila's elevated position among the slaves prior to the fall of The House of Batiatus may indicate that she was a Vilica (feminim form of Vilicus), a superintending slave over the villa. In her appearences in Blood and Sand and Gods of the Arena, she was often seen with a stylus and wax-tablets in hand when writing down instructions from her masters. A Vilicus or Vilica may be entrusted with the administrative responsibilities of the household or villa, while a body-slave would have had nearly as much authority, due to the intimate relationship they have with their dominus.
- The name Camilla appears in Roman myth as the daughter of King Metabus of the Volsci (an Italian tribe of Umbro-Oscan origin). In Virgil's Aeneid, she was a warrior and huntress, who fought against the Trojan hero Aeneas.