Season: 6 , Episodes: 1, Faction: N/A


The doctor was a wealthy Spanish doctor from Tenerife, Canary Islands, in 1867.




6×09 – Ab Aeterno


He did not have much concern for the problems of those around him. He primarily cared about money and the upkeep of his possessions. Ricardo implored him to help save his wife Isabella’s life. However, the doctor refused to ride a half day in the rain to El Socorro but was willing to sell Ricardo expensive medicine. Upon being presented a nominal sum of money and a “worthless” cross, the doctor refused to give Ricardo the medicine.

Ricardo grabbed at the medicine container and, amidst a struggle for the medicine, Ricardo pushed the doctor, causing the doctor to fall and hit his head against a table, causing the doctor to bleed profusely and subsequently die.

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He died in much the same way that Kelvin Inman died (accidentally, hit back of head, bled out, culprit took something from the victim and sprinted away from the scene of the crime).

Casting Call

The casting call described hm as “[DOCTOR] Latino, 40s-50s, fluent in Spanish. Sophisticated, wealthy, and a somewhat mercenary upper-class doctor who has an imperious bedside manner but knows his stuff…”

Decoded Season 2 & 3 Characters

Kelvin Inman

Richard Alpert

Decoded Season 5 Characters

The Man In Black


Decoded Season 6 Characters



Jonas Whitfield

Key Episode(s) to Decoding the Character

6x09 "Ab Aeterno"

Wiki Info

Pallas is a Titan, associated with war, killed by Athena in the fight with gods. Most sources indicate that he was the son of Crius and Eurybia, the brother of Astraeus and Perses, and the husband of Styx. He was the father of Zelus, Nike, Kratos, and Bia. In addition, he has been named as the father of Scylla, Fontes, and Lacus. Alternatively, he was the son of Megamedes, and father of Selene, and is also recorded as the father of Eos.

The city Pellene, in Achaea, was named after Pallas.

“Pallas” was so common a title of Athena that in Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Raven’, the Raven of the title sits forever on a bust of “Pallas”, which here refers to Pallas Athena.


Mythological Family Members & Associated Deities

CRIUS (Father)

PERSES (Brother)

ASTRAEUS (Brother)

STYX (Wife)

SCYLLA (Daughter)

SELENE (Daughter)



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