Plato "The Ring of Gyges"
In "The Ring of Gyges" we are told about a shepherd, for the king of Lydia, named Gyges. One day as Gyges was letting his flock graze, an earthquake opened the Earth before him. Gyges curiously climbs down into the opening to investigate where in he finds a hollow horse made of bronze with doors. He enters the horse thru these doors and he finds a dead body that's only wearing a golden ring. Gyges takes the ring off of the body and crawls back to the surface where he then puts the ring on his finger.
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