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In Act 1, Scene 2, Iago swears by Janus. What is significant about this allusion?
Janus is the two-faced Roman god, so Iago is actually describing his own character.
Janus is another name for Zeus, and Iago believes he should be the chief officer like Zeus.
Janus is a god who is not trustworthy, and Iago does not trust Roderigo.
Janus is the god of winter, and Iago has a cold heart.
Janus is the god of fear, and the characters should fear Iago.