The humans who were not a favourite of the Gods – which was most of them – were treated as slaves, to do the work the Anu were not able or willing to do themselves. They worked in the mines, as servants in the palaces of the Gods, or as farmers providing resources for those working for the Anu. This lasted for hundreds of thousands of years.

The Anu had expanded from the Mediterranean to bases all over the planet by this time, including Africa where much gold was to be found. Around these bases, cities and city states formed.

Humans were considered inferior, and a human life meant little to the Anu. People were often treated only as well as was practical to keep them in good working shape.

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