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Re: The Zeno/St Clair 14th century voyages to America

Dear All

I chortled when I read Tim Wallace-Murphy's
'challenge'.  It is Tim's memory which is at fault. 
In Kirkwall, in 1999, Niven Sinclair confined his
contribution to showing a film about Eynhallow in
Orkney.  It was Tim who spoke, in my opinion very
unconvincingly, about Henry Sinclair.  I am not a
historian, or a specialist in the history of medieval
Orkney, but I know a threadbare argument when I hear

Your aye


--- Tim Wallace-Murphy
<tim@templartim.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> Dear friends,
> Further to the latest disputes over the Zeno/St
> Clair voyages to America,
> and particularly the comments by Henry Root, please
> note the following;
> 1) As I have a book on this subject being considered
> by two publishers (one
> English language, one Italian) and a Canadian TV
> executive, I cannot
> ethically comment in detail from my own research,

[ Excess quotations omitted. ]


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