Now a cat sanctuary and an archeological ruin. Caesar"s last words: et tu, brute (lit. Shakespeare, julius caesar act iii, scene 1, line 76 a reference to m. iunius brutus, a supporter: his last words were really in greek: , ; kai su, teknon (lit. Usual interpretation completely wrong seen as pathetic, about betrayal. Scholar at ubc wrote paper where presented conclusions on the statement not pathetic, but up yours, laddy with a very different tone. Phrase used for warding off the evil eye, curses and other evils. Eye being attacked by things: dog, scorpion, sword, bird, pitchfork, cat-like thing, etc. that is the evil eye . Greeks and romans had beliefs in magic. Worried about protecting home from people who wished you ill worried about people trying to curse you. In front of evil eye is odd dwarf-like figure playing an aulos (?) Looks like he has a tail, but it"s actually his penis: phallic displays about aggression.