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How unlucky you are! Not only have you lost the girl, but also the money
I do not supervise money, but I do not want to lose my Vilbia.
In what way are you able to keep her? A Roman soldier, a man of the highest courage, seeks her. Hey! I threw a Venus! Innkeeper! I order you to bring more wine!
The soldier, who deceived her, is a deceitful man, an evil man, and a cowardly man. Vilbia, having been deceived, now despises me. I often warned her, “You don’t trust soldiers, especially Romans.” Vilbia however, having caught sight of this Modestus, loved him at once.
By Hercules! You are the most unlucky. Look! Modestus approaches us, himself. It is necessary for me to leave quickly.
The girl is not safe to go through the streets of this town. Such a great arrogance is this soldier. You threw a dog again. You owe another denarii to me.
I hand over the denarii freely, not the girl. I hate that soldier Modestus, however, he is not able to keep the girl, because I asked for help from a goddess. Having entered the baths, I threw a writing tablet into the sacred fountain. An awful curse, written on the tablet, now lies in the fountain of the goddess. I happily await the destruction of Modestus. Nothing can stand in my way.
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