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  • The Minotaur and the kindness. Each massacre is courtesy and discourtesy. Ethics and etiquette store cadavers as they were dresses put into incinerators. The Athenian delegation used to let down children as sacrifice. Astrerion was holding a mace with an hand and, with the other one, a book of geometry (gift of Daedalus).
    Everyone sat down at the end of the ceremony.
    The king sat on the throne, the queen sat on the bed, the princess sat on the litter, the hero on the high-backed chair. Minotaur sat on a black rock, and children sat on little wooden stumps.



    Il Minotauro e la gentilezza. Ogni massacro è garbo e sgarbo. Etica ed etichetta accumulano cadaveri come vesti buttate nei forni. La delegazione Ateniese calava i fanciulli per il sacrificio.
    Asterione aveva in mano una mazza chiodata e nell’altro un libro di geometria (regalo di Dedalo).
    A fine cerimonia si sedevano tutti.
    Si sedeva il re nel trono, la regina sul letto, la principessa nella lettiga, l’eroe nello scranno. Si sedeva il minotauro su una roccia nera, e si sedevano i bambini su piccoli ceppi di legno.
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