|Date of Birth|
|Date of Death||71 BC, Via Appia|
|Cause of Death||Crucifixion|
Litaviccus (real name unknown) was a Gladiator from Numidia who later joined Spartacus' rebellion against the Roman Republic. Following the Battle at the Silarus River in 71 BC, Litaviccus was crucified on the orders of Marcus Licinius Crassus.
He was the lover of Damanta, who survived him after his death, and was a non-combatant for most of the rebellion.