|Date of Birth||102 BC, Patras, Greece|
|Date of Death||71 BC, Cantenna (aged 31)|
|Cause of Death||?|
Henicea was a slave from Greece who was liberated from the mines near Lucania by Spartacus and his army in early late 73 BC. She then joined Spartacus' rebellion against the Romans, and was killed in 71 BC during the Battle of Cantenna under Gannicus' command.
Henicea was born in the city of Patras in Greece in 102 BC, and taken into slavery at a young age, when her father was punished for an unknown crime. She was eventually brought to Italy where she was purchased by an unknown Roman nobleman in Lucania, and spent a number of years as a house slave. Eventually, she was sent to the mines with a number of other slaves, and was close to death in 73 BC when Spartacus and is army liberated the mines, freeing her and thousands of others.