geta had all sorts of meat served up to him in alphabetical order.
She had observed that geta and Milza appeared much confused when she spoke to them.
Remorse, however, fastened upon Caracalla, and the shade of geta haunted him wherever he went.
As she spoke, geta lifted the curtain, and Philothea instantly obeyed the signal.
But no pains are spared by the geta makers in choosing fine woods and pretty cords.
She helped geta to escape: they have both taken refuge in the Temple of Theseus.
Julia Domna, a native of Syria, offered him this dowry, and she became the mother of geta.
"In all geta's troubles, he thinks more of you than he does of himself," said she.
This is the history of geta and Caracalla, and a very disagreeable one it is, but certainly not the plot of a play.
Cleonica, attended by geta and Milza, travelled under the same protection.