Arria and Peatus - Arria, the wife of Paetus, who was condemned to death by the emperor Claudius, stabbed herself then passed the dagger to her husband, saying: “Paete, non dolet” (“Paetus, it does not hurt”). This subject is characteristic of the “examples of virtue” that constituted an aspect of the historical genre.
A person approaches caesar's tent, face wrapped in a scarf, sunglasses blocking their eyes and a cowboy hat resting on their head "Uh praetorian person you should step aside Caesar has asked for me, if you don't mind." The voice sounds incredibly strange and varies from gruff to slightly high pitched.
Paetus takes the but of his spear and knocks her in the head. “No. Go away.”