|Date of Birth||113 BC, Thrace|
|Date of Death||71 BC, Via Appia (aged 42)|
|Cause of Death||Crucifixion|
Thosbus was a Gladiator from Thrace who escaped from the ludus of Batiatus along with Spartacus, Crixus and the other gladiators. He then fought in Spartacus' rebellion against the Romans. Following the rebels' defeat by Marcus Licinius Crassus during the Battle at the Silarus River, he was crucified on the orders of Crassus in 71 BC.
Thosbus was born in Thrace in 113 BC, in a small village located near the Gatae, and was enslaved when his village was attacked and Thosbus was sold to the Romans by other Thracians. Taken to Italy, he was sold to several lanista's before ultimately being sold to Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Batiatus around 90 BC, and was trained as a gladiator in his ludus, where he would meet Crixus, Oenomaus, Gannicus, Castus and eventually Spartacus.
Having been trained as a gladiator during his enslavement, Thosbus was an incredibly skilled and experienced fighter, even before Spartacus' rebellion. He was able to fight hand to hand and with a range of weaponry.