Roman Valentia (123 a.c)

At home of the patrician Lucius Antonius Niger, near the Via Augusta, prepares to hold a banquet in honor of the Setabense marriage between Marco and Clodia. While it is being prepared, Domitia, the owner of the house, look over the food to be served and discusses with her husband the details of their son's political career and the importance of education and marriage for their daughter. During the banquet, the guests praise the greatness of Imperial Valentia in an increasingly animated conversation, where manifests the importance of everyday politics and religion for the city.