Nerva asked Cornelius about it politely, in the words that Marcus Lucius suggested. It worked. Cornelius was a smug person and it was used against him. Indeed, he sparkled like a diamond just due the thought of being a part of a celebration. He sent already two of his legionnaires ahead with a polite request to Septimius Severus to host Cornelius and Julia for one night. The wealth of Severus was presented in gold and marble sculptures of gods he had in his yard and in the range of the event. More than fifty Romans appeared. Ladies wore wonderfully bounded dresses with golden jewellery. Men limited themselves to classic tunica and golden details on their stripes. From the honey wine served there, you could easily make drunk all fishes in the Atlantic Ocean. Cornelius was as happy as a clam. He led chitchats with everyone, he smiled and laughed about even bad jokes.
Ancient Rome pendant