Anger and Jealousy
Supposedly, from my own interpretation, there was an adventurous conqueror, who, once older, married a young lady and they lived in this palace. The man, zealous for keeping the beauty of his wife, decided that during his absences, she should remain locked in the palace. During one of his trips, and because of his wife's complaints of loneliness, he bought a monkey to amuse her during the tedious hours. But she had already found other entertainment within the four walls of the locked home. So the monkey shared the task of entertaining the lady as a servant. In this situation, and in the absence of the husband, the lady had a beautiful boy who aroused the anger and jealousy of the monkey.