Ancient Athens paid tribute to its overlord each year in tragic kind: the finest of its sons and daughters sailed to Crete to be trained for "bull-dancing," a sport that entertained the nobility of the Minoan Empire at the cost of Athenian lives. Theseus, prince of Athens, substitutes himself for one of the "dancers" and sails out with the rest.
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