Asterix and the Cauldron

by Albert Uderzo and Rene Goscinny
Category: "Graphic Story"
Year of Publication:1969
Date Read:09/11/1998
Notes:On a sunny day our famous village gets visitors. It's Moralélastix, chief of another Gaulish village. Because he doesn't like to pay tax to the Romans, he suggests he hide his cauldron full of sestertiën in Asterix's village. After all, the village isn't occupied, so they never pay tax.

Asterix gets the honour of guarding the cauldron for the time the tax collector is in their area. The next day, as Asterix takes a look in his cottage, to his horror, the cauldron is empty. A disaster for Asterix. It's a Gaulish custom that he must leave his village and may not return untill he brings back the stolen money. — asterixandco
My Rating: 7

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