IndeedNepos would be heading South soon to his residence in Londinium, but in the meantime Verecundus was eager to find out why the head of the Empire in Britannica was so keen to see these captive girls, one of whom he understood to be a Roman Lady …
Very interesting indeed!
It's what you're thinking roman bastard ? !“But that’s why we’re building a wall, is it not Governor.”
Nepos smiled. “It is, of course, but a warning to those savages showing them what will happen if and when the rogues amongst them are caught, will be no bad thing. “
Loving the passion Messa, and that is one re-enactment I would like to be involved in!It's what you're thinking roman bastard ? !
This country is the Picts'country and, like an amazon, I'll always be on their side !
Dont hope that it will be some crucified "savages" who could discourage any warriors to get your legions out off this lands !
Contrary, for one crucified , ten will be getting up to fight !!!
... and at the end, your wall will be inneffective !
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Ummmm … let me guess … he’s thinking crucifixion, isn’t he?Iulius Verecundus, nodded. He could guess what was in the Governor’s mind, or at least he thought he could.
“She will endure the same fate and serve as a warning to our own people, especially the women who serve our men, reminding them that they must remain dutiful in all ways at all times.”
A worthy lesson for all women - especially the complainers!“She will endure the same fate and serve as a warning to our own people, especially the women who serve our men, reminding them that they must remain dutiful in all ways at all times.”
The true hero of the tale emerges. Strong, handsome, wise, confident, powerful, respected...I could go on forever if you wish me to...Then the man dressed as a Praefectus stood before her.