In 1929, a ring belonging to a British Roman called Silvianus was discovered. The ring was said to be cursed, and a fellow at the Pembroke College was consulted to find out the name of the god invoked in the curse. Many people believe that this incident gave this fellow the inspiration behind his most famous work.
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