|First appearance||S3E03: Men of Honor|
|Last appearance||S3E03: Men of Honor|
|Relationships||Ennius (Employer, deceased)|
|Status||Deceased (Killed by Caesar)|
The Sinuessa Guard was a man with short black hair and youthful appearance. He is adorned in the armor suited for a guardsman and wielded a mace. Despite the appearance of a soldier, he boasts no skill in combat.
War of the DamnedEdit
He makes his way towards Tiberius' camp, he was found by soldiers as he was relieved to find important men in order to inform him of what has happened. Tiberius shows sympathy to the man by offering him wine in exchange for information.
However, the Sinuessa Guard had very little to offer and states that he saw Spartacus, calling him the Bringer of Death. Julius Caesar overhears this statement and remarks that he must be just as skilled as Spartacus himself to have managed to get away.
The Sinuessa Guard explained that he is no soldier and only managed to escape by running to the docks. Caesar then smirks, stating that the Sinuessa Guard was nothing more than a coward and the draws his sword and slashes it into the Sinuessa Guard's head, killing him and splattering his blood on Tiberius.
- There was no single organization for civil law enforcement in the Late Republican Era of Roman history. Prior to the formation of the Praetorian Guard and the Urban Cohorts during the administration of Augustus Caesar, the authorities in cities such as Rome had in fact expressly forbade the presence of a large military force within their city's limits. Though other cities across the lands of the Republic in Italy seemed to have allowed for the permanence of a civil guard, as many of these cities were founded in past generations as military-settler colonies. Sinuessa was founded as such a Roman colony in the region of Campania during the Samnite Wars.