First appearance S3E06: Spoils of War
Last appearance S3E09: The Dead and the Dying
Profession Slave
Race Roman
Relationships Julius Caesar (Dominus)
Canthara (Friend/Fellow Slave, deceased)
Status Unknown (presumed active)
Actor/Actress T-Ann Robson

Opelia is a prostitute granted to Julius Caesar, along with Canthara, as a gift from Marcus Licinius Crassus.


Opelia is a beautiful woman with long blonde hair and a light skin tone.


War of the DamnedEdit

After recapturing Sinuessa en Valle, from the rebels, Opelia and Canthara are given to Julius Caesar as a gift, to reward him for his successful mission to infiltrate the rebel ranks and help retake the city from within.

Caesar develops a fondness for both women, engaging in sex with them often. after Caesar is wounded, Opelia is present as Canthara tends to his injury; the women comfort him and they become intimate.

After Canthara is murdered by Tiberius, in an attempt to cover up his rape of Kore, Opelia is terrified and grief-stricken. Caesar finds her cowering in a tent. Before realising who he is, she attempts to attack him a dagger, no doubt fearing Canthara's killer had come for her. Caesar reassures her that he means her no harm and that the man responsible for murdering Canthara has been taken care of and will never harm anyone again. Opelia expresses relief over this and states that would "Give all but to lay eyes upon his suffering". Caesar remarks "Let us take comfort in thoughts of blood and the warmth of flesh" before beginning to remove his clothes. After a moment, Opelia eagerly undresses as well and kisses him, the two then having sex.

Trivia Edit

  • The name Ophelia is Greek. Like her friend, Canthara, Ophelia may come from Egypt also; perhaps from the Greek inhabited city of Alexandria.

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