Ralph River writes about ancient cities. Including this quote:
“Josephus obviously thought it excessively modest to defecate in private (uncovered public latrines were common in his day), and excessively fastidious to wash afterwards…”
I need to add that to Dielli’s story. Maybe in the second book earlier than where I am now? Or maybe in the third? It would make people feel like the third place is more barbaric, and behind the times, which it really isn’t. Maybe I should add it to two.