The same thought went through the head of Patriarch Arsenij III Čarnojević when he approached the window, disturbed by the noise, to see what it was all about. The visit of the Turkish soldiers did not surprise him. He knew that one day they would come for him and accuse him of rebellion. He had no illusions that he could survive such an accusation, so he immediately ordered that the soldiers be served the best food and that a lot of wine be poured on them. “As soon as the cup is empty, add more and don’t save,” he said.