“Quo Vadis?”, a Latin phrase that means “Where are you going?”, is linked to when the apostle Peter was escaping from the persecution of Christians in Rome by Emperor Nero, and crossed paths with Jesus on the Appian Way. . When asked, Quo Vadis?, Jesus replies that he returns to Rome to be crucified a second time because his own disciples abandon him. Pedro, ashamed of his cowardice, returns to Rome to face his destiny, martyrdom. For us, with a much less transcendental meaning, Quo vadis?, tells us where the next destination of our entourage of famous deities and Greco-Roman characters will be.

QUO VADIS? (BACUS)
QUO VADIS? (BACUS)

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QUO VADIS? (GLADIATORS)
QUO VADIS? (GLADIATORS)

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QUO VADIS? (BACUS)
QUO VADIS? (BACUS)

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QUO VADIS? (BACUS)
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