Quo Vadis?
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She is a hostage
raised by Pomponia Graecina.

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- And she has come to visit you?
- She's been moved to the palace.

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By whose order?
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Caesar's.
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You prefer to live here?
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That is not my choice.
l am to be offered to Vinicius.

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- Like a slave.
- So Caesar

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- promised you to Vinicius?
- Yes, my lady.

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Plead for me, send me back.
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You have my word...
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that you shall become Vinicius'
slave tonight.

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- And if the plan fails?
- Pray to your God for help.

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Greetings from Marcus Vinicius.
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He is waiting at his house
decorated in green.

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l am going.
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Yesterday you were drunk
and acted like a mason.

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Promise her,
be it even in Hades' name,

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that she'll go back to Pomponia,
but persuade her to stay.

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lt's been five years l've been
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treating Chrysothemis like this,
and can't say she's cruel.


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