Juvenalappears in Satires 1-16
This person is the narrator of all of the satires, who complains about bad play-writing; and states that the immoral activities of the world are much more interesting than the rewrites of mythology.
Wivesappears in Satire 6
According to the narrator, these characters are not chaste and would be willing to cross the sea for their lovers.
Homosexualsappears in Satire 2 and 6
According to the narrator, these characters are shameful to their families and would be mocked by the dead heroes of Hades.
Umbriciusappears in Satire 3
This character decides to move to Cumae after being unable to make a decent living in Rome, where morality is not valued.
Vespasianappears in Satire 4
An emperor, this character receives a large fish from a fisherman, but cannot find a dish large enough to hold it.
Trebiusappears in Satire 5
This character is a client...
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