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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!
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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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