The possibilities seem endless, so, as I suggested on the
Ancient/Classical History forum, I think it would be good to have a
theme like Clodius Pulcher and his shenanigans, for which I think The
Benita Kane Jaro's The Lock, Saylor ?, Cicero's oration (Pro Caelio?).
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