Young Lucius is Titus’s grandson, the son of Lucius.
He does not think that his grandfather’s lamenting is doing anyone much good. He is somewhat terrified of his mutilated aunt Lavinia, whom he loves but fears has gone mad. Still a schoolboy, he is attentive to good storytelling and myths, which both Titus and Lavinia told him in better days, for which he loved them. He has his father’s hot temper and is quite ready to kill others, were it not that he is physically weak. He cannot quite dissemble his hatred of Chiron, Demetrius and Aaron, but manages to deceive them all the same. He is a good archer. He is heart-broken by Titus’s death, though he does end up as potential heir to the throne of Rome.