CASSIA: How did you do that?
MILO: I asked him. My people were horse men.
CASSIA: Were horse men?
MILO: My family were butchered by the Romans.
CASSIA: I'm so sorry.
MILO: Sorry. What would a Roman know of such things?
CASSIA: I am not a Roman. I am a citizen of Pompeii.
MILO: Than why do I see Rome's eagle everywhere I turn?
CASSIA: I am no part of that. Father believes that he can bargain with those animals.
MILO: My father? He would have killed every last one of them.
CASSIA: If they catch you up there they'll punish you.
[MILO OFFERS HAND TO CASSIA]
GUARD OUTSIDE: M'lady? Is everything all right?
[CASSIA AND MILO GALLOP INTO THE NIGHT]