Were questions in written classical Latin ever indicated by anything other than the meanings of the words1 and the context? That is, was there a "question mark"? Here a "question mark" can mean some form of punctuation, but it could be any kind of signal. For a silly example, one could indicate a question by increasing the size of letters towards the end of the question. I am looking for non-verbal signals used in writing.
I read the question "What punctuation was used in Classical Latin?" and I know the modern question mark is younger. I am under the impression that a question would normally not be marked in any way, but was this always the case?
1 This excludes question words like quare, quis, num, and -ne.