Sisamnes

Sisamnes

Sisamnes was a corrupt judge in the Persian Empire around 525 B.C. After it was found that he had accepted a bribe, the king had him arrested and skinned alive. His skin was then used to cover the seat from which judgments were made. His own son ‘Otanes’ then replaced him as a judge.

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