New and improved version! Clearly the life of the party, that one.
See Plutarch, Antony 6.5, and also 9.5:, for instance: “Moreover, people were vexed at […] [Antony’s] laying out of costly repasts near groves and rivers, at chariots drawn by lions, and at the use of honest men and women’s houses as quarters for harlots and psaltery-players.”
(Also, I’m mad proud of my rustic capitals. Look at them!)