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You're all the same. Spartacus, Crixus, the noble Oenomaus. Fallen to ruin for a woman plowed by other men's c*ck.
~ Ashur to Oenomaus
It is a thing of beauty, is it not? What a man may accomplish if his mind is set to purpose.
~ Ashur to Lucretia
My f*cking treachery? When did YOU stand forth for Ashur? When did any of you greet me short of mockery, and scorn!? F*cking c*nts!
~ Ashur to Oenomaus

Ashur was a central antagonist in Spartacus: Blood and Sand, its prequel Spartacus: God of the Arena, and Spartacus: Vengeance.

He was portrayed by actor Nick E. Tarabay, who also portrayed Captain Boomerang on Arrow and The Butcher in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.


Ashur uses deception and roundabout methods in order to achieve his goals. Ashur can fight well though he is quick to use dirty tricks.

He has a great hatred towards Crixus. Originally content with trying to undermine Crixus' status as champion, he later takes a more active role after discovering Crixus' affair with Naevia. Initially, in Gods of the Arena, he and Crixus were close friends.

He demonstrates a strong loyalty to Batiatus, and longs to rejoin the Brotherhood. However, he puts aside his sense of honor and would turn into pure hatred and vengeance for his former brothers.


Quintus Lentulus Batiatus




Gaius Claudius Glaber











Gods of the Arena


Blood and Sand




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