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==Clysma in "[[The Fake Pandemic]]"==
 
==Clysma in "[[The Fake Pandemic]]"==
Quaestor [[Tribonian (The Fake Pandemic)|Tribonian]] made '''Clysma''' his base of operations when he prevented the arrival of the [[Plague of Justinian (The Fake Pandemic)|plague]] predicted by [[Martinus Paduei]]. He'd initially wanted [[Pelusium (The Fake Pandemic)|Pelusium]] as his headquarters, until he arrived there and realized Pelusium had no access to the [[Red Sea (The Fake Pandemic)|Red Sea]].<ref>''Lest Darkness Fall & Timeless Tales Written in Tribute'' (second edition), pgs. 388-391, loc. 5085-5122, ebook.</ref>
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Quaestor [[Tribonian (The Fake Pandemic)|Tribonian]] made '''Clysma''' his base of operations when he prevented the arrival of the [[Plague of Justinian (The Fake Pandemic)|plague]] predicted by [[Martinus Paduei]]. He'd initially wanted [[Pelusium (The Fake Pandemic)|Pelusium]] as his headquarters, until he arrived there and realized Pelusium had no access to the [[Red Sea (The Fake Pandemic)|Red Sea]].<ref>''Lest Darkness Fall & Timeless Tales Written in Tribute'' (second edition), pgs. 388-391, loc. 5085-5122.</ref>
   
 
[[Peter (The Fake Pandemic)|Peter]], the [[Byzantine Empire (The Fake Pandemic)|Roman]] naval commander, was cynical about Tribonian's proposal to shut down sea trade in the fourth, fifth, and sixth indictions (that is the years 540, 541, and 542), as shutting down trade would kill the town. Tribonian assured Peter that there would be more imperial ships in the Red Sea proper. He also made it clear to Peter that if there was any interference with the communications between Clysma and the imperial ships, he would hold Peter responsible.<ref>Ibid. pgs. 400-401, loc. 5252-5269.</ref>
 
[[Peter (The Fake Pandemic)|Peter]], the [[Byzantine Empire (The Fake Pandemic)|Roman]] naval commander, was cynical about Tribonian's proposal to shut down sea trade in the fourth, fifth, and sixth indictions (that is the years 540, 541, and 542), as shutting down trade would kill the town. Tribonian assured Peter that there would be more imperial ships in the Red Sea proper. He also made it clear to Peter that if there was any interference with the communications between Clysma and the imperial ships, he would hold Peter responsible.<ref>Ibid. pgs. 400-401, loc. 5252-5269.</ref>

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