Venefica sorceress. A Roman slave girl who concocts and applies potions and poison for several reasons, chiefly to assist in carrying out revenge. (100%)
Link-boy. A boy who carried a flaming torch to light the way for pedestrians at night. Linkboys were common in London in the days before street lighting. (100%)
Apparently this quiz is very conflicted about my gender("No" on male and "Yes" on female was overly oblique I suppose).
"Note that the word “mute” (from Latin mutus and Greek μύειν) is regarded by linguists as an onomatopoeic formation referring not to silence but to a certain fundamental opacity of human being, which likes to show the truth by allowing it to be seen hiding."
- Anne Carson
1. Haruspex. A person who inspected the entrails of sacrificed animals for purposes of reading omens in ancient Rome.
2. Herb Strewer. The job of distributing herbs and flowers throughout the royal apartments in order to mask unpleasant odors before the advent of sewers.