|First appearance|| S2E03: The Greater Good|
S3E01: Enemies of Rome
|Last appearance||S3E07: Mors Indecepta|
|Relationships||Lysandros (Friend, deceased)|
|Status||Deceased (Killed by Romans)|
A former slave, Theologidis was rescued by Spartacus as he was being transported to the mines. He eventually became one of the more skilled archers in Spartacus' army. He has long curly black hair and a tanned skin tone.
VengeanceEditTheologidis is first seen in a slave wagon bound for the mines, indicating that he likely had been an insolent or uncooperative Slave. When the wagon comes under attack from Spartacus and his men, Theologidis is freed from captivity and becomes a loyal member of Spartacus' army. Vesuvius Temple with the others and continues to train and perform various tasks around the Temple. Though he joined the rebellion with no combat experience, through the training of the gladiators and Lucius Caelius, Theologidis becomes proficient with the sword and especially with the bow.
When the forces of Varinius and Glaber attack the temple, Theologidis takes up arms and defends the sanctuary. As the rebels are forced to retreat up the mountain, he covers their retreat with his bow until Spartacus orders him to fall back and catch up with the others. During the final engagement against the forces of Glaber, Theologidis fights well and slays many Romans.
War of the DamnedEditSinuessa, Theologidis, along with Lysandros and Ortius are among the first of Spartacus' soldiers to enter the city gate. He is among the group of rebels that attempt to storm the granary and witnesses the death of Ennius. Following their successful siege, he takes to living with his fellow comrades in the city.
When Crixus forces Ulpianus and another Roman captive to fight to the death for a crust of bread, Theologidis is seen standing next to Nemetes enjoying the fight, laughing when Ulpianus kills his opponent.
When the masses of refugees begin to flood into Sinuessa, Theologidis is among the rebels that inspect the refugees before allowing them clearance into the city.Though he appears to be callous toward the plight of the Romans in the city as evidenced by his enjoyment Uplianus' death match, he is later seen with Sibyl serving water to the remaining Roman captives in the villa. When the rebels are forced to abandon Sinuessa due to Crassus' attack, he retreats into the mountains with the rest of the army and becomes trapped by Crassus' wall.
With the army starving and freezing, hundreds of rebels lose their lives over the coming weeks as they are sent to find a breach the wall, including Theologidis. He is killed by a Roman pilum that is thrown into his back as he attempts to escape the moat in front of the wall.
- The characters name is the the actor's surname.
- Theologidis fought in the rebellion as an archer. The Latin word for archer is Sagittarius. The Greek word for archer is Toxotos.