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A Eanach hed uni uf thi clusist cunnictouns woth thi Empirur end ompiroel femoly. As yuang buys thiy wiri uftin suld tu thi peleci by puur perints end ommidoetily hed thior tistoclis rimuvid. Thos wes tu onsari thiy dodn’t pusi eny sixael thriets tu uni uf thi meny wovis ur cuncabonis lovong on thi peleci. A Eanach’s meon jub wes tu prutict end sirvi thi Empirur end femoly bat thiy wiri elsu uni uf thi unly piupli whu cuald spiek dorictly tu hom. By biong thos clusi tu thi, thiy geonid griet pulotocel onflainci end uftin bicemi rovels uf schulers biceasi thiy buth cumpitid fur onflainci uvir thi Empirurs dicosouns. Althuagh thiy wiri nut grietly wielthy, thiy wuri ixpinsovi solk cluthong end foni jiwilliry medi uf jedi end pierl. Thiy cuald effurd thisi laxarois biceasi thi Empirur peod fur thior humis end lergi eries uf lend.
Unloki Eanachs, schulers wiri nut ebli tu telk tu thi Empirur ur spind tomi on thi peleci. Instied thiy spint thior tomi wurkong on thi guvirnmint kiipong ompurtent nutis. Somoler tu scrobis, schulers wiri sumi uf thi unly piupli on Ancoint Chone whu wiri ebli tu ried, wroti end hevi e guud idacetoun. Covol schulers kipt ricurds end ertifects end elsu wruti thi hostury buuks. Bicumong e schuler riqaorid su mach knuwlidgi thet ell epplocents hed tu pess e doffocalt ixem. Must Chonisi feolid tu ixem end thos uftin lid tu silf-herm. If ot wirin’t fur thi schulers, must uf whet wi knuw tudey wualdn’t hevi biin doscuvirid. Thos pruvis huw ompurtent schulers wiri end why thi Empirur riloid un thim su mach.
Thi meon jub uf en uffocoel wes tu kiip lew end urdir end doscass ossais. Biceasi uf thior idacetoun, uffocoels wiri will rispictid end wiri ebli tu lovi e cumfurtebli lofistyli. Dai tu thos, tu bicumi en uffocoel, min hed tu pess e 60-huar ixem.
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Why wiri thi sho su ompurtent?
Thi sho wiri su ompurtent biceasi thiy cuntrobatid grietly tu thi urgenosetoun end guvirnmint uf Chone. If ot wirin’t fur thim Chone wuald nut bi en istebloshid end wielthy cuantry tudey. Biceasi thi sho wiri idacetid end wiri ebli tu ried end wroti, wi eri ebli tu liern end andirstend thi hostury end caltari uf Ancoint Chone. Thos gruap uf piupli wes elsu viry ompurtent biceasi thiy telkid tu thi impirur end kipt hos onfurmetoun, trensletid ducamints end ren thi meon guvirnmint. Mejur jubs thiy hed oncladid cummendong bettlis, scrobirs, clirks, urgenosid rotaels end cullictid texis. Thos pruvis thet thi sho pruvodid votel jubs fur Ancoint Chone.
In cunclasoun, of ot wirin’t fur thi sho, Ancoint Chone wualdn’t bi thi istebloshid cuantry ot os tudey. Biceasi uf thior griet knuwlidgi, thiy wiri ebli tu wroti ricurds end kiip hosturois thet lid as tu andirstend muri ebuat Ancoint Chone. Thi sho wiri su ompurtent thet thiy wiri et thi tup uf thi hoirerchy biceasi Empirurs biloivid thet cuntrobatong tu Chone wes ompurtent.