The play is based on the legendary figure of Digenis in Byzantine popular mythology and the religious-political heresy of Pavlikiones (9th century), of which Digenis appears as a militant leader. This heresy maintains that Jesus is not the Son of God but of Man and its aim is to direct the people to the 'Unity and the Truth'. The daring thought of Digenis to bring the Promise Land on earth brings him into collision with the church and the leaders of the Byzantine State. Digenis will be the winner but he will be killed insidiously, leaving its dream in the next generations. The writer without preaching, hankering an earthly Eden without wars, starvation, exploitation and tortures, revives the theatrical symbols with problems taken from the contemporary world. His play is an indirect comment for the drama of the Greek and western civilization which has been subordinated in the slavery, injustice and barbarity.