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Galland Endnote 1

The Latin phrase “panem et circenses” comes from Juvenal’s Satires (X) and means “bread and entertainment”; it refers to the strategy of emperors willing to control the multitude. In other words, you need to provide people with food and distraction to make sure they won’t resist your power.

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