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"Collectors should keep an eye out for statues of the Four Sages of Dwartii——Sistros, Braata, Faya, and Yanjun [sic]——the ancient philosophers and lawmakers who influenced the earliest laws in the Galactic Republic."
―Eloc Throno, Traveler's Guide to Batuu[2]

The Four Sages of DwartiiSistros Nevet, Braata Danlos, Faya Rodemos, and Yanjon Zelmar—were a group of contentious philosophers and lawgivers from the early days of the modern Galactic Republic, who had great influence on its early constitution.[1] At some point, when the Sith dominated the galaxy, a number of statues representing the Four Sages were made.[3] Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine kept bronzium statues of the Four Sages in his office and chambers on the planet Coruscant.[1] Vice Chair Mas Amedda had a statue of Sistros on the top of his Speaker's staff.[4] When Palpatine became Galactic Emperor during the aftermath of the Clone Wars, he moved his base of operations to the former Jedi Temple, which he refashioned as the Imperial Palace, and took his statue of Sistros with him.[5] By 34 ABY, statuettes of the Four Sages of Dwartii could be found in Dok-Ondar's Den of Antiquities, one of the many stores in Black Spire Outpost on Batuu.[3]


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