|Cause of Death||Beheaded by Spartacus|
Cossinus and Furius greatly underestimated the rebel numbers and during their battle with Spartacus in Nuceria, they witnessed their numbers and tactics overpower them, causing them to retreat, losing a great number of men against the rebel leader.
Furius had fighting skills, and used them to defend himself against a number of Romans who made it through his men and straight towards him. He however wasn't anywhere as skilled as a gladiator, and was quickly defeated by Spartacus.
Furius, like many Romans who fought against Spartacus, saw only a slave and not an enemy to take seriously.
Furius had short black hair that he kept slicked back and had a light stubble. He had a strong jaw line and a light scar on his left cheek.