The Gold of Tolosa

The Gold of Tolosa

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  • Woah! This is the cursed gold and silver that was supposed to have been seized by the Gauls in Delphi. I must inform the Senate.
  • Our loyal statesman and proconsul Quintus Servilius Caepio has sent word that the treasure of Tolosa has been found. He says it will be delivered to us, here in Rome. 
  • I am sure that Rome does not need cursed silver and cursed gold on its hands. I will protect the Romans from some of it.
  • While marching to Arausio, Quintus Servilius Caepio discovered gold and silver that was assumed to be captured and cursed.
  • It is quite strange that only the silver has arrived. Where could the gold be? I am sure Caepio would not steal it from Rome. After all, he did fight for us.
  • Caepio informed the Roman Senate that he found the treasure and will deliver it back to Rome.
  • I did not steal the gold! I love Rome! It just disappeared without me knowing!
  • You are exiled to Smyrna for the theft of the Gold of Tolosa!
  • Caepio took the gold portion of the treasure as his own.
  • Ha! Although I cannot use fire or water within 800 miles of Rome, call myself a Roman, or communicate with my family, this exile has allowed me to live a rich life. It is too bad that the curse keeps visiting my son, though.
  • When only the silver arrived to Rome, citizens believed Caepio took the gold.
  • Caepio cried that the gold vanished mysteriously and he was unaware of its whereabouts. He was exiled to Smyrna for stealing from the cursed treasure.
  • The curse of the Gold of Tolosa continuously visited Caepio's son, while Caepio lived a spoiled life off the treasure he took.
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