Servilia's incessant cries for justice drive Atia
to distraction, and result in an unfortunate public
denouement. Meanwhile, Octavian, Mark Antony and
Lepidus agree to divvy up Rome's territories,
sharing a common treasury. The coalition is
immediately tested when Mark Antony fails to report
a substantial bribe. At the Collegium, Eirene
insists that Pullo punish Gaia for insubordination,
but the slave turns the flogging to her advantage.
Levi urges a reluctant Timon to help him kill Herod,
who has arrived from Judea with a secret agenda.
While the newly freed Posca takes a bride, Octavian
turns a more public wedding into a political
statement of unity.