Fictional Character
"Death in Vesunna"
Set in OTL
Type of Appearance: Direct
Nationality: Roman Empire
Date of Birth: 2nd century
Occupation: Valet

Titus was valet to Clodius Eprius. Although he spoke Latin with perfect grammar, he still had a faint guttural touch of his native Syriac.

One evening Eprius gave him the night off. He headed straight for the wine and girls of Aspasia's lupanar where he spent the night roistering. When he returned to the villa, he discovered Eprius killed in a most gruesome way. He immediately sought out Larcius Afer, the vigil who had the watch that night, and reported what he had found.

Early that morning, Titus was questioned by Gaius Tero, the tesserarius of the town. However, he had little information and, in any case, was not of a right mind from grief and the beginnings of a hangover. He did agree to search Eprius' villa for signs of robbery. That afternoon, he sought out Tero and informed him that after a quick inspection of the villa, nothing appeared to be missing. Also, the purse of gold aurei that Tero had found at the murder scene was definitely not Eprius'.

However, a few days later, after a more thorough search, Titus reported to Tero that Eprius' copy of Sophokles' Aleadai was missing.