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Pyramids: The Book of Going Forth - Part 2: Page 125-179 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Page 125-179 Summary

The following day Teppic resides over the supreme court, again wearing the gold ceremonial mask. He tries to pass what he feels are fair judgments for the people but Dios translates for him and each time it is completely different from what Teppic has decreed. A girl enters the chamber fighting the guards. The girl, named Ptraci, was one of the late king's handmaidens. She doesn't want to kill herself, which is the custom so that she can be his servant in the king's afterlife. Teppic decrees that she will be set free. Dios announces the kings verdict and that in concordance with the law the girl will be fed to the sacred crocodiles. Teppic doesn't argue with Dios but tells him that he will go to bed and leaves Dios.

That night Teppic puts on his assassin tools...

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