Quo Vadis?

- Who is Eunice's lover?
- Nobody, my lord.

What do you know about her?
She spends all nights
in her cubiculum.

She never stays
in the baths with other slaves.

l offered her to Vinicius,
but he rejected her. Stand up.

She will stay here.
Take her and give her
twenty five lashes.

- Take care not to damage the skin.
- Come.

Eunice knows someone
who could locate Lygia.

Has that man arrived yet?
He is waiting for you.
His name is Chilo Chilonides.

- Who is he?
- A wise man, an astrologer,

a reader of people's fates,
a teller of fortunes.

- Has he told yours?
- Yes, master.

- What is in store for you?
- Suffering...

and greatjoy.
You suffered yesterday,
so joy might be near.

lt's already mine, master.
- What do you mean?
- l am staying here.

Hail, divine Theristes.
How are the lumps
Ulysses gave you at Troy?

Oh noble lord,
the wisest of the dead, Ulysses,

asks me to greet
the wisest of the living,

who will cover the lumps
with a new cloak.

An answer worthy of a cloak.
Do you know what we want?
Of course.
Two great households

and half of Rome
talk of nothing else.