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Pyramids: The Book of Going Forth - Part 2: Page 75-125 Summary & Analysis

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After Teppic has been in Djelibeybi for two weeks he has been part of many different rituals and ceremonies. Dios, the high priest, continues to run things and make all the decisions. Teppic is forced to wear a large golden mask and hold numerous ceremonial scepters and staffs. Teppic asks Dios if he has seen many changes in the kingdom since he has been in service for so many years, but Dios answers that he hasn't seen any changes and that tradition is the most important thing that there is to the kingdom. Teppic wants a feather bed brought to him like he had in Ankh-Morpork, as opposed to the stone slab like those in Djelibeybi. He also asks Dios about getting plumbing instead of using buckets. Dios is against all these things but tells the king that he...

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