Agatho - 195 A.C. - Eau de Parfum
In 195 B.C., the divine harmony of the universe was restored, overcoming the limitations of the Lex Oppia. The Lex Oppia was a Roman law that restricted not only the wealth of a woman, but also the display of wealth.
The women of ancient Rome took to the streets in protest. It was a striking manifestation of their power in what was a rigid patriarchal society. Speeches were made for and against the bill. But the women protesting didn't let their voices be silenced. After the speeches, the pressure on the streets by the demonstration became so great that the Lex Oppia was successfully revoked.
There followed a new order in life, throbbing with charm, with the subtle scent of fig leaves, energetic bergamot and sweet pomegranate.
On the bare skin you can feel the pleasure of fresh jasmine and precious cardamom. The Mediterranean scent of fig trees that is released evokes the desire to seduce and the joy of life.
The fine branches of Patchouli gather around the sparkling cedar wood, incense, oud and stirax.
New accords sublimate in the warm notes of incense and black tea, giving unbridled luxury to jewels, elegant fabrics and sophisticated fragrances.
bergamot, mint, fig leaves, lemon, pomegranate, fig, cardamon, jasmin, oud, cedar wood, patchouli, leather, cashmere wood, styrax, black tea, incense