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Ian of Noss is correct
Having completely accepted Ian of Noss interpretation of the Lord Lyon
clerk's letter and Ian's definition that only a born loser would take words
out of context. The only near contemporary source, that names Zichmini as a
Prince is the Zeno narrative. If you accept Pohl's interpretation of
Zichmini as Henry some people quite reasonably do not. Henry would fall into
the 'Prince among men' category.
I pose the following questions:
Would calling him a 'Prince make you a born loser?
Would calling Henry a 'Prince among men' would make you a born winner?
Who carved the Westford Knight?
Who built the Newport Tower?
What do they have to do with Zichmini?
What connection does Henry have with Zichmini?
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