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In ancient Roman society, betrayal was evident in almost every aspect of life
There was a servant boy named Eric
And a senate member named Octavis
That boy is a very hard worker. I could use someone like that
Octavis saw how hard Eric was working in town. Running to shine peoples shoes, carrying bags of feed and grain, and trying to make a cent where he could.
He then took the boy to his home and told him he would teach him what he needs to know to become a member of the senate someday, in exchange for becoming his servant.
Sir, when will you teach me about the Senate?
For many years Eric served Octavis, no lessons came. Then one day, Eric asked when he would get a lesson.
Never foolish boy! I have been using you all of these years
This is just one of the many examples of abuse of power within authority figures and trickery that took place in Roman times.
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