But the spy has been discovered. The archers shot the bird with which he carried his letter to the pope. But Gottfried von Hutten acted in good faith. He joined the court, he lied, he spied, he betrayed his emperor only to serve God, the pope, his religion. In the end, from an ancient book where the author imagines to have found the story, Frederick II, the Stupor Mundi as people say, tells us that his actions were not inspired by power, but by the desire and knowledge, literature and science.