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Significantly, the betrayal of Jesus is explicitly represented as an absurd commodification carried out by the bishops of the old law: Annas tells Christ scornfully that "We payd to thi dyscyple for the thretty pens, / And as an ox or an hors we trewly the bowth" (29.124-25), and repeats the claim to Judas in the next play (30.31).