Quo Vadis?
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:10:03
Love... and death...
are walking by your side.

:10:09
You will offend gods. Fire
will consume more than your soul.

:10:14
Go away.
:10:17
- This is for you.
- Thank you.

:10:20
- "Satyricon"... whose is it?
- Mine. But that's a secret.

:10:25
You said you didn't write verse,
but I see not only prose here.

:10:30
Nero is the reason
poetry makes me nauseous.

:10:34
Some tickle their throat
with a flamingo's feather,

:10:38
I read Nero's verses.
Instant relief.

:10:42
Though heart remains heavy,
the stomach is light.

:11:19
Greetings and orders from Caesar.
:11:22
l am grateful for the greetings
and shall obey the orders.

:11:28
Aulus Plaucius, you shelter
Lygian king's daughter,

:11:33
who was offered as a pledge
:11:36
for the safety of our boundaries.
:11:39
l am to take her
by orders of the divine Nero.

:11:44
Wait here, Hasta.
:11:49
Lygia?
:11:52
We love you,
as you were our own.

:11:57
But guardianship over hostages
is the Caesar's privilege.


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