The Council of Nicaea
Serial 6Q/H
The Council of Nicaea
Written by Caroline Symcox
Directed by Gary Russell
Music by Russell Stone
Sound Design and Post Production by ERS

Peter Davison (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri), Caroline Morris (Erimem), David Bamber (Emperor Constantine), Claire Carroll (Fausta), Steve Kynman (Arius), Martin Parsons (Athanasius), Michael Garland (Clement), Sean Carlsen (Centurion Caius), Stephan Bessant(Julius).

The year is 325 AD. In the city of Nicaea, the first great Church council, called by the Roman Emperor Constantine, is due to begin. Here, theology, philosophy and politics will be brought together for millennia to come.

The Doctor, Peri and Erimem are there simply to watch events unfold. Gaps remain in the history books, and the Doctor has come to satisfy his curiosity.

But none of them are ready for what greets them in Nicaea. Intrigue within the Imperial Palace has become violence on the streets. Mobs roam the alleyways and blood is spilt in the name of faith. Even in the face of murder and injustice, though, the time travellers must force themselves to stay aloof.

This is history, after all.

Yet what is history to one person is the future to another.

Is it possible for history to be rewritten? And if it can, can the Doctor afford to let it?

  • Released: July 2005
    ISBN: 1 84435 134 3
Part One
(drn: 28'13")

Nicaea, 325 AD: the Christian Church has been divided by the opposing beliefs of Bishop Alexander and the presbyter Arius, and the schism is becoming violent. Fearing that the divisions within the Church will tear apart his empire, Emperor Constantine convenes a council of bishops to debate the issues and decide once and for all what position will be regarded as orthodoxy and what will be considered heretical. As Constantineís wife, Fausta, tries to soothe the Emperorís jangled nerves, he admits to her that he doesnít care which side wins the debate -- but if the Church doesnít settle its internal discord on its own, Constantine is willing to spill blood in order to keep his empire in one piece.

The TARDIS materialises just outside the city, bringing the Doctor and his companions to witness the famous Council in person. This is relatively close to Erimemís own era, and in this time, Alexandria is one of the largest centres of Christian study in the world. Night is falling, but rather than spend it in the TARDIS, the Doctor insists upon finding an inn and living the full 4th-century experience. A few streets away, he and his friends meet a stallholder named Clement, who recognises Erimem as Egyptian and directs her and her friends to an inn run by his friend Gregory -- and advises them to stick close to their own people in case of trouble. Peri and Erimem arenít remotely surprised to learn that the Doctor has brought them to an era in which trouble is brewing, and the Doctor concedes that, while the ordinary people of this era take their theology very seriously, the bishops are more concerned with their own arguments than with listening to the concerns of the laity. Nevertheless, he insists that Clement was probably exaggerating the extent of the danger -- until he and his friends turn a corner to find themselves trapped between two angry mobs heading straight for each other...

The mobs have been stirred up by a man named Julius, a mercenary in the employ of Bishop Alexanderís clerk, Athanasius. Athanasius is willing to do whatever it takes to ensure that Ariusí heresies are extinguished, and Julius has already killed some of Ariusí followers and stirred up the others into an angry mob. Once they meet Alexanderís supporters, violence will ensue, giving the Emperor little choice but to conclude that Ariusí followers are nothing but troublemakers who will bring down the empire if their heresies are allowed to persist. And if there are a few deaths along the way, then Athanasius is content to believe that it is all the Lordís will.

The Doctor, Peri and Erimem are caught up in the middle of the fighting, and the Doctor orders Erimem to get Peri to safety while he tries to calm the rioters and end the violence. As Peri and Erimem try to flee out of the mob, someone hits Erimem, knocking her senseless; however, a passer-by helps Peri to carry her friend to shelter, and though Peri doesnít know whether she can trust this stranger, she has little choice but to accept his help. Shortly afterwards, the legionaries arrive, break up the mob and arrest whomever they can get their hands on. The Doctor claims that he just got in the way and is strictly non-partisan, but the centurion, Caius, places him under arrest anyway.

Erimem recovers to find that she and Peri have been rescued by Arius, the presbyter of Baucalis in Alexandria, and one of the two men whose argument is tearing the Church apart. Peri and Erimem assume that he is here to defend his beliefs at the Council, but he reveals that he is not permitted to attend; he is not a bishop, but a presbyter, and a disgraced one at that. He explains that, after studying the works of Origen, he has concluded that God is eternal, unique and indivisible -- which can only mean that the Christ was brought into existence by an act of Creation and was not himself divine. Bishop Alexander disagrees, claiming that this detracts from Christís divinity and thus his ability to offer salvation. Peri canít help but laugh at the pettiness of the argument, but while Erimem doesnít understand the theological intricacies of the debate, she has seen -- and felt -- its results for herself. Furthermore, Arius believes that Constantine only wants the argument to be settled and doesnít care who wins. If Arius is judged a heretic by the Council, he will be exiled or executed, and his supporters will be found guilty of heresy -- and all without Ariusí being allowed to defend himself. Convinced that his beliefs are right, Arius has vowed to continue his teaching even if the bishops judge against him; however, this will bring him into conflict with Constantine, who has waged bloody wars in the past and even killed his own brother-in-law in order to maintain a single, unified empire. Peri is sympathetic, but claims that there is little that she or her friends can do to help; however, Erimem is moved by Ariusí determination to stand up against tyranny and by the kindness he has shown her and Peri, and promises to do everything she can to ensure that Arius gets a fair hearing. By this time, the riot has dispersed, and Peri is confident that the Doctor will be able to talk his way out of trouble; thus, Arius agrees to have someone guide them back to where they met, so that Peri and Erimem can return to the TARDIS and wait for their friend.

Caius reports to Constantine, who is enraged to learn that there has been a violent riot on the very eve of the Council. Caius also reports that his legionaries arrested a man who didnít seem to belong to either faction, and Constantine orders Caius to bring this man to him for questioning. Once the Doctor has arrived, Constantine dismisses both Caius and Fausta, and speaks to the Doctor alone. The Doctor claims to be an interested but impartial observer to the religious debate, which is Constantineís own position; however, as he is Emperor, the bishops keep pestering him to choose one side or the other, and heís heartily sick of it. His only interest is in keeping the public under control, but to do that, he must know what they want. To this end, he needs an agent who can tell him what the people are thinking and how to appease them before he has no choice but to send in troops to pacify them by force. The Doctor agrees to act as Constantineís agent, and convinces the Emperor that the factions might be more willing to accept him if heís invited to attend the Council.

The Doctor returns to the TARDIS, where he is reunited with Peri and Erimem. However, Erimem is shocked when the Doctor claims to have had a friendly chat with Constantine, whom she has heard described as a ruthless, bloody tyrant. She questions whether the Doctor is really familiar with this era; he claims to have studied it in detail, but heís always told her that historical documents are no replacement for being there. When the Doctor learns that Peri and Erimem have met Arius himself, he warns them that they canít risk intervening here; this is the first time that politics and religion came together under the aegis of the Christian Church, and interfering now could change the whole of human history. But Erimem has seen the Doctor fight tyranny and oppression before -- and to her, this is the future, not the past. Having met Cardinal Richelieu, she has seen for herself that the Christian Church itself becomes a tyranny, and she vows to do what she can to change that. The Doctor has heard enough and opens up the TARDIS, intending to take his companions away from here -- but Erimem refuses to accompany him. She has promised Arius that she will help him, and she intends to keep her word, even if it means parting company with the Doctor...

Part Two
(drn: 30'41")

Appalled, Peri begs the Doctor to reconsider, and he gives in and asks Erimem to at least concede that the situation in Nicaea is more complex than she realises. Since he has an invitation to attend the Council, he reluctantly agrees to take Peri and Erimem in with him so that Erimem can see the Council in action and get a better idea of whatís happening. Erimem agrees to his terms. The Doctor and his companions thus spend the night at an inn and then attend the Council the next morning; Caius is surprised when the Doctor shows up with two women, but the Doctor quotes scripture proving that Paul supported women in the Church, explaining to the surprised Peri that knowledge of this eraís beliefs is vital if one is to understand the culture. Caius gives in and allows Peri and Erimem to enter the Council along with the Doctor. Constantine then enters to open the Council in person, but while Peri is impressed by his regal bearing, Erimem is angered by the tone of his opening speech; he claims that they are united here, free of the shadow of tyranny, but Erimem believes that Constantine himself is the tyrant, one who brutally removed his rivals to power and now claims that this was Godís will. Nevertheless, she remains relatively silent as Constantine advises the bishops to find a peaceful solution to the strife that threatens to divide their Church.

Once Constantineís opening address is finished, Athanasius rises to address the bishops, insisting that they must deal with the disruptive elements responsible for this schism before they can repair the damage. Arius has refused to recant his heretical beliefs and has defied his superiors by continuing to spread his teachings and turn people away from the true word of the Lord; thus, Athanasius moves that Arius be cast out of the Church and his teachings anathematised as heresy. Erimem has heard enough, and despite the Doctorís desperate attempts to stop her, she rises and speaks in Ariusí defence, demanding to know in what way it is Godís will to judge a man in his absence, and all but accusing Athanasius of barring Arius from this Council because he fears that the other bishops will be swayed by his arguments. Athanasius, enraged, reminds his fellow bishops that Arius is not permitted to send anyone to this Council to speak on his behalf, and Constantine orders his guards to remove Erimem. As the legionaries drag Erimem from the chamber, she warns the bishops that they are making a grave mistake in misjudging the mood of the people. The Doctor and Peri, appalled, follow Erimem outside, where the Doctor lashes out at his friend for jumping in without waiting to judge the situation. As far as Erimem is concerned, however, sheís judged the situation perfectly well; the people are being oppressed by tyrants who care only for their own power, and she vows to fight for their voices to be heard.

Angered that the Doctor is trying to stop her from doing the right thing, Erimem pushes away from him and flees into the streets to continue the fight on her own -- and Caius restrains the Doctor and Peri from following, as Constantine has just emerged from the Council chambers in a very foul mood. The furious Emperor interrogates the Doctor and Peri, demanding to know why the man who promised to serve him instead smuggled one of Ariusí supporters into the Council to disrupt its deliberations before they had even begun. The Doctor apologises, insists that he had no idea Erimem would react the way she did, and promises to prevent her from causing any more damage. However, this isnít good enough for Constantine, as her outburst has already caused confusion and uproar in the Council -- and as long as the Church remains divided, the Empire is under threat. The Doctor promises to find Erimem and talk sense into her, and Constantine grudgingly gives him one day to do so before he sends out his own soldiers. Fausta enters the throne room, curious to know more about Constantineís visitors, but Constantine dismisses them without letting his wife get a chance to speak to them. The Doctor promises not to betray Constantineís trust again -- but he has already done so once, and as soon as the Doctor and Peri have gone, Constantine orders Caius to follow them. And if Caius gets a chance to arrest the ringleaders of the riots in the city, he is to take it.

The stallholder Clement is in fact one of Ariusí staunchest supporters, and he is currently visiting Arius to tell him that Peri and Erimem were granted access to the Council. However, he doubts that their voices will be enough, and is proven right when the dispirited Erimem arrives and tells Arius that the bishops refused to listen to her. She has interpreted Constantineís speech to mean that he has already judged Arius to be a disruptive influence, especially since he had her forcibly removed when she spoke on Ariusí behalf; however, she refuses to give up, and vows to lead Ariusí supporters on a non-violent march to the palace in order to show the Emperor just what his people really believe. Clement, excited by the opportunity, vows to introduce Erimem to the people who can help her, and Arius reluctantly agrees to go along with Erimemís plan, though fearing that violence may ensue.

Meanwhile, Athanasius summons Julius to deal with Erimem; most of the other bishops are opposed to Ariusí beliefs, but Erimemís support has complicated matters. Convinced that he is doing Godís work, Athanasius orders Julius to find out all he can about Erimem and how much of a threat she poses.

Peri is unimpressed by Constantineís attitude, but the Doctor points out that she met him under rather unpleasant circumstances. Peri still sympathizes with Arius, but the Doctor reminds her that he will not be killed, only exiled -- as long as history unfolds on its proper course. If Erimem continues to meddle, however, anything could happen. The entire future of Periís civilisation is at stake -- and on a personal level, Erimem could be placing herself in grave personal danger by presenting herself as a threat to Constantine and Athanasius. Unfortunately, the Doctor suspects that sheís already aware of the danger and is convinced that the risk is worth taking. Since Erimem doesnít appear to be in the mood to speak with him right now, he asks Peri to return to Ariusí lodgings and try to reason with Erimem herself. In the meantime, he returns to the TARDIS just in case Erimem returned there instead -- but on the way, he runs into Fausta, who claims to be on a stroll around the city. The Doctor isnít fooled, and Fausta concedes that sheís taken an interest in him and his friends. She offers to share some vital news with the Doctor in exchange for his promise to tell her about events in the city, and he reluctantly agrees to do so. Fausta thus gives him a ring he can use to enter the palace at will -- and reveals that her husband sent Caius after him. Caius has followed Peri to Ariusí lodgings, and Constantine will no doubt be sending legionaries to arrest him at this very moment. Appalled, the Doctor rushes off to warn his friends, only to realise that he has no idea where Arius is lodging, and no way to deliver his warning...

Erimem and Clement return to Ariusí lodgings, satisfied by their work; however, Arius becomes disturbed when Clement refers to his supporters as an army, and reminds the stallholder that their purpose is simply to show their beliefs to the Emperor, not to oppose his will. Peri then arrives, and Arius is shocked when Clement draws a dagger as a precaution before opening the door. Erimem is still upset with her friend, particularly when Peri begs her to give up her hopeless cause and return to the TARDIS before itís too late; angered, Erimem accuses Peri of parroting the Doctorís arguments without fully understanding them herself, and refuses to listen to anything her friend has to say. When Peri protests, Clement throws her out by force. Peri then sees the legionaries approaching, and rushes back inside to warn Erimem of the danger. Clement refuses to believe her -- until the legionaries actually arrive and break down the door. Arius and Clement flee to safety while Caius, unaware of their identity, concentrates on grabbing Erimem. He claims to be acting on the Emperorís authority, and Erimem angrily accuses Peri of leading the legionaries to her. Peri insists that she did no such thing -- but Caius reveals that this is in fact exactly what sheís done...

Part Three
(drn: 21'46")

Despite Periís insistence that she was not helping Caius, Erimem is now convinced that her friend has betrayed her. Unaware that heís let bigger prey escape, Caius takes Erimem back to the palace, where Peri angrily lashes out at the Emperor for going back on his word to the Doctor and sending out soldiers earlier than heíd promised. She admits that she warned the others of the legionariesí approach, thus giving them time to escape; she insists that she was only trying to help Erimem, but Constantine nevertheless plans to send both her and Erimem to the dungeons and interrogate them until they confess their true agenda. Before he can do so, however, the Doctor returns, having used Faustaís ring to get past the guards. Constantine demands to know who Erimem and Peri were meeting, and without hesitating, the Doctor reveals that heíd asked Peri to look for Erimem at Ariusí lodgings. Constantine, enraged to learn that Caius let Arius himself escape, dismisses the suddenly disgraced centurion.

Erimem is appalled that the Doctor gave up Arius so easily, and is furious with Constantine, who seems to be living down to his reputation in her eyes. She refuses to betray Arius, claiming that she is acting for the cause of justice, unlike Constantine; as far as sheís concerned, he is a tyrant who pretends to worship a god of peace and love while resorting to assassination and treachery to maintain his grip on power. Constantine, furious, orders his guards to remove Erimem from his presence, but she struggles free of their grip and flees. The Doctor tries to follow her, but Constantine himself puts a knife to Periís throat, ordering the Doctor to stay where he is. Meanwhile, Erimem gets out of the palace, and finds Clement waiting for her outside -- but Clement trips and injures himself. Unable to flee, he pulls a dagger and kills the two pursuing legionaries. Erimem is taken aback by the violence, but Clement insists that he had no choice, and he and Erimem flee before reinforcements arrive.

Constantine accuses the Doctor of betraying him, but the Doctor angrily points out that it was Constantine who broke his word. Constantine nearly kills the Doctor on the spot, but calms down, aware that he needs Erimemís friends alive in order to predict what she will do next. The Doctor tries to convince Constantine to let him go out and find Erimem, but then Caius arrives and reveals that the two legionaries who were chasing her have been found stabbed to death. The Doctor insists that Erimem cannot be responsible, but while Constantine concedes that only the Doctor can predict where Erimem will go, he no longer trusts the Doctor and thus orders that Peri be held under guard at the palace until the Doctor returns. The Doctor protests, but Peri urges him not to argue. The Doctor thus reluctantly leaves the palace, and once heís gone, Constantine orders his guards to take Peri to the dungeons.

Clementís clothes are now stained with blood, and Erimem must buy him replacements so that he can move through the city without being spotted. In the marketplace, she meets Julius, who tells her that people throughout the city are talking about what she did at the Council. Thanks to her, more people are turning to Ariusí side, and Julius asks Erimem if she can introduce him to any of Ariusí supporters so that he can help. Erimem thanks him for his kind words but is unwilling to trust a stranger with such sensitive information, and he thanks her and apologises for putting her in such a position. Erimem continues on to the clothing stalls -- and Julius returns to report what heís learned to Athanasius, who is disturbed by Erimemís growing popularity. The people are aware that she is fighting for the cause of justice, and if too many of them begin to support Ariusí beliefs, then Constantine will have no choice but to listen to the mobís demands. Convinced that he is doing Godís work, Athanasius orders Julius to stop Erimem -- whatever it takes. Julius thus returns to the marketplace and bribes the stallholder to tell him where Erimem went after she bought clothing from him. Fortunately, the Doctor has made his way to the marketplace, and he overhears Juliusí conversation and follows him.

In the palace, Fausta finds her husband in a foul mood. He lashes out at her for allowing the Doctor free access to his palace, but reluctantly concedes that this is little more than he himself had done. Fausta claims to be concerned for Periís well-being, but when Constantine scoffs at his wifeís show of concern, she admits that she is curious about the newcomers and wishes to learn more about them. Constantine concedes that Periís tongue might be looser if she were treated kindly, and allows Fausta to release Peri from the cells -- on condition that the girl remain in Faustaís custody at all times. Fausta thus visits the dungeons, apologises to Peri on behalf of her husband, and orders Caius to release Peri into her custody. Peri is surprised but grateful, and she follows Fausta to her rooms while trying to politely evade Faustaís questions about exactly where she and her friends are from.

Arius is greatly relieved when Clement and Erimem return safely to his new lodgings, but now that Erimem has had a chance to calm down, sheís becoming worried about the Doctor and Peri. Though she accused them of treachery in the heat of the moment, she is no longer so sure that her friends could betray her, and fears what Constantine will do to them -- especially when he finds the legionariesí bodies. Arius is appalled to learn that Clement has committed murder in his name, but Clement insists that he had no choice. At that moment, Julius breaks in with his sword drawn, and Erimem recognises him and realises too late that he lied to her about his true loyalties. Unaware of Ariusí true identity, Julius orders him to stand aside; he claims to be serving the Emperor, and itís only Erimem that heís interested in. Clement steps forward to defend her, but Julius is willing to go through any number of Arians to get to his target, and he stabs Clement, pushes his body aside and advances upon Erimem...

Part Four
(drn: 26'47")

Erimem refuses to abandon Arius or the injured Clement, and Julius thus attacks her and strikes her down. Before he can kill Arius, however, the Doctor bursts in and smashes a jar over Juliusí head. Fortunately, Julius only caught Erimem with the flat of his sword, stunning but not cutting her. Once Erimem has recovered, the Doctor turns his attention to Clement, who is more seriously injured; fortunately, the blade did not hit any major internal organs, and the Doctor is able to patch up his wound. Erimem is still unsure of the Doctorís loyalties, but she listens when he tells her exactly what he agreed to do for the Emperor -- and just how much her outburst at the Council has complicated the situation. She concedes that she was wrong to doubt her friendsí loyalties, but still insists that her cause is just and that she will not abandon Arius to his enemies. She believes that the presence of an assassin proves that sheís getting through to Constantine, but the Doctor doesnít believe that Julius really serves the Emperor as he'd claimed; however, he does believe that Constantine will push back if provoked, and that bloodshed will ensue. Nevertheless, he is unable to talk either Erimem or Arius out of their intention to stage a peaceful demonstration in front of the palace.

Back at the palace, Fausta plies Peri with wine and questions, but Peri remains vague about the exact circumstances of her travels. Nevertheless, she does assure Fausta that Erimemís only concern is with seeing justice done, and that she truly believes that Arius is being treated unfairly. Fausta informs Peri that Erimem has misjudged the situation; Arius has not been barred from the Council because of his beliefs, but because of his position. This is a convocation of bishops, and Arius is just a presbyter. Constantineís presence at the Council is merely a demonstration of his position as Emperor; it is the bishops, not he, who will have the final say in the matter. Erimem is opposing the wrong person, and her actions will only prolong the schism within the Church, leading to further unrest and bloodshed.

Athanasius once again seeks an audience with Constantine, but this time he isnít carrying a message from Bishop Alexander seeking Constantineís support at the Council; rather, heís concerned that one of his servants has failed to return from his ďerrand.Ē He does not specify what errand heíd ordered Julius to run, but claims to have heard rumours that Ariusí followers are planning to rise up against the Emperor; Juliusí disappearance may be a sign of worse to come. Worried, Constantine thanks Athanasius for the warning and dismisses him -- but on his way out, Athanasius speaks privately to Caius, advising him to prepare the legionaries to strike should the heretics show signs of revolt. Meanwhile, the Doctor returns to the palace, and, after ensuring that Peri is safe, he tells Constantine that Erimem plans to lead a peaceful demonstration to the palace to show Constantine how many of his people support Arius. Constantine prepares to send out his legionaries to control the crowd, but the Doctor insists that a show of force will provoke bloodshed, and asks Constantine simply to address the crowd in person and show them that he, like them, is a Christian who just wants whatís best for the Church. Peri offers to tell Erimem what Constantine plans and thus ensure that she will not arrive at the palace expecting trouble, and when Fausta supports Peri, convinced that she will not betray them, Constantine reluctantly agrees to put his faith in the Doctor one last time.

Ariusí followers gather at Erimemís bidding, and despite his injuries, Clement insists upon accompanying them to the palace. Erimem leads the crowd to the palace, chanting Ariusí name as they go. Peri catches up with them before they arrive, and Erimem apologises to Peri for her earlier harsh words. Peri in turn tells Erimem that, while she disagrees with what sheís doing, she will stand by her friend. She also informs Erimem that Constantine knows theyíre coming and will meet them in person, and though Erimem remains sceptical, she agrees to see what happens; her intention was never to cause bloodshed in any case, and she and Arius intend to prevent their supporters from getting out of control.

The mob arrives at the palace, and Constantine steps out onto his balcony to address them -- but before he can speak, the palace doors open and Caius leads the legionaries out to confront the mob. Arius urges his people to remain calm despite this betrayal, but the furious Clement tries to attack the legionaries, vowing to die a martyr rather than stand and be slaughtered. But Constantine did keep his word, and, enraged with Caius for taking matters into his own hands, he orders the legionaries to sheathe their swords. Caius reluctantly obeys, and the legionaries stand down. Constantine then addresses the crowd, informing them that he is non-partisan and that he wishes only for the Church to sort out its troubles by itself. He assures the people that he understands and respects the strength of their beliefs, and hopes that the bishops will take it into account -- but whatever happens, it is the bishops of the Church who will decide how the Church is to be run. Peri begins chanting the Emperorís name, and the crowd joins in, their anger appeased.

Arius is satisfied with this outcome, and Erimem accepts that sheís done all she can to help him. She is still not convinced that Constantine has done all in his power to ensure that Arius gets a fair hearing, but she concedes that the fact that he is not imposing his will on the Council proves that heís not the tyrant she thought he was. Having seen for herself that heís willing to negotiate rather than send in his soldiers indiscriminately, Erimem accepts that she misjudged Constantine and that the Doctor was right all along. She begs her friendsí forgiveness, and after an awkward pause, Peri accepts her apology.

The Doctor takes his friends back to the TARDIS, planning to leave before Constantine comes looking for Erimem. Once back inside his ship, he confirms that history is still on its proper course. Ariusí beliefs will be anathematised and he will be sent into exile; however, although his beliefs will never be accepted as orthodoxy, he will eventually be invited back to the Empire when Constantine gets fed up with Athanasius and exiles him instead. Sadly, the Doctor is also forced to admit that Constantine will later come to suspect Fausta of plotting against him and have her steamed to death in her own bathroom. Appalled, Peri asks the Doctor to take them somewhere nice and peaceful, and the Doctor does so after allowing Erimem one last look at the city where she has learned so much. Outside, Arius and Clement arrive in search of Erimem, and are astonished to see the TARDIS dematerialise before their eyes. Perhaps the young woman who came to them in their moment of need was an angel after all...

Source: Cameron Dixon
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