This is one of those questions where you have to discover the connection between two (apparently) unrelated ideas. This might involve a bit of lateral thinking, but give it a go, and see if you can discover the connection I found between the phrase....
“The Myrtle of Venus with Bacchus's Vine”
defense by reason of insanity
I know, I know--this sounds crazy.
But there's a good story that connected these two very different concepts. I happened to run across this unexpected connection while reading up about the central idea that links these two.
Can you figure out what I was reading about?
That should be all the clues you should need to figure this out.
As usual, when you find the connection, be sure to let us know:
1. How long it took you to find the answer.
2. What your search strategy was to get from the clues to the answer.
And, of course, what you found that links "the Myrtle of Venus with Bacchus's Vine" and the legal concept of "defense by reason of insanity." (Hint: No, it's not that drinking too much will cause you to plead "reason of insanity...")