Objects & Places from The Satyricon of Petronius / The Apocolocyntosis of Seneca

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Puteoliappears in "The Satyricon"

This is the Mediterranean town in which "The Satyricon" begins.

Trimalchio's Dining Hallappears in "The Satyricon"

This elaborate location is decorated with murals of the gods and signs that instruct visitors not to enter with their left foot.

Pergamumappears in "The Satyricon"

A heartbroken man meets his future mentor in this seaside town.

Crotonappears in "The Satyricon"

Friends travel to this unsavory town after a shipwreck where one of them pretends to be a sick, old and wealthy man.

Romeappears in "The Apocolocyntosis"

This is the home of Claudius I.

Heavenappears in "The Apocolocyntosis"

This is where the gods live.

Mount Olympusappears in "The Apocolocyntosis"

This is where the gods gather to discuss godly business.

Hellappears in "The Apocolocyntosis"

Murderers were banished to this location.

Corsicaappears in "The Apocolocyntosis"

An emperor banished Seneca to this location for misconduct.

Nero's Courtappears in "The Satyricon"

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