玉藻前是一只曾经影响着由远及近的国王与统治者们的狐狸精。她曾渗透进天齐（T'ien Ch'i）的皇庭，作为皇帝最宠幸的妾，分裂宫廷并导致管理缺失和混乱以及随之而来的饥荒。她的密谋和煽动影响了班德罗格（Bandar Log）的班德罗王以及遥远印度（Ind）的总督们（Viceroys）。在被长老王（Prester King）亲自赶走之前，她的诡计使高戈（Gog）总督杀死了数千仆从。现在，随着真神的苏醒，她回到了原籍，坐在了妖怪王身边。
Sublime Palace 崇高宫殿 ，The Great Mirror 伟大魔镜，The Onyx Court 玛瑙庭院，Fountain of Youth 不老泉。
Salamander Silk Garments 火螈丝绸服饰
A flock of strange birds have attacked Piconye, as they do every summer.
In Magnificent Ind every soldier is a priest. Some soldiers however are more than mere priests. The Baculites are soldier priests of a superior order wielding a sacred Baculus blessed by the Lord. A mere touch by the sacred staff will strike heretics with the righteous wrath of the lord.
In front of the Sublime Palace and the Onyx Court there is a stairway of sardonyx and porphyry. At the top of the stairs there is a great mirror of seven precious stones. From the mirror the sages of the kingdom observe the surrounding lands and alerts the marshals if military action is required. The mirror is at all times guarded by soldiers of a priestly order, The Mirror Guard. These are the elites of the soldier priests and they don heavy armor, as they are not expected to leave the capital for prolonged periods of time.
In Magnificent Ind every soldier is a priest and every lord is a king. When the armies of Ind go to war every soldier will bless his brother and himself and enter the battle wielding the righteous might of the Lord. In front of the Sublime Palace lies a great onyx court. Such is the nature of the onyx gem that its mere precense grants morale and combat prowess. Observed by the Prester King himself young priests exercise and hone their combat skills on the Onyx Court until deemed worthy to join the armies of Magnificent Ind.
Magic in Magnificent Ind is mostly an affair for the monasteries of the land. Here sages of ancient heritage practice the magic of the spheres, the stars and the constallations, taught by Kokabel, the Lord of Civilization. The Sages of Ind were the ones who constructed the Great Mirror and there is always a Sage who stands before it prying into its ever-shifting surface. In Magnificent Ind every sage is also an abbot. Even in subservient lands monasteries are founded where Abbot Sages practice their art.
An Abbot Sage that has learned the lore of the stars and further delved into the hidden lore of the spheres can be ordained as a Magus and allowed to further study the lore of the Lords of Civilization. The secrets of Earth, Fire, the Moon and the Sun are all revealed to the true practicioner of the magic of the Spheres.
:Abbot Magus Supreme
An Abbot Magus that has mastered the lore of the spheres is ordained as a Magus Supreme by the Prester King himself. A true master of the magic of the Spheres the Abbot Magus Supreme would be known as the most powerful of mages, were it not that the Magnificent Kingdom and its marvels are unknown to all.
In Magnificent Ind every soldier is a priest and every commander is a prelate. The Bishop Generals are high ranking priests and commanders of the Prester King's armies. Were they known outside the borders of Ind, they would be famous and admired by all, because no other nation has such competent commanders.
In Magnificent Ind every soldier is a priest and every commander is a prelate. The Archbishop Marshals are priests of the highest order and commanders of the Prester King's armies. Were they known outside the borders of Ind, they would be the envy of every king, for only the Prester King can field such great and righteous commanders.
In Magnificent Ind every soldier is a priest and every noble is a king. But some Kings are exalted beyond their peers. The Primate Kings are the highest and most noble of all equals under the Prester King. They rule in all matters and celebrate the high masses when the Prester King is absent. The Primate Kings rule in all matters and are skilled in magic as well as military strategies. In any other land they would be exalted heroes praised by bards and minstrels.
The subservient lands of heathens are ruled by Viceroys who are also high priests and generals. They reign in the heathen tribes and prepare for their eventual release upon the world. The Viceroy Primates are administrative rulers and rarely lead the cannibal tribes into battle.
Under each Viceroy Primate there is a number of governors who are also bishops. They perform most of the administrative duties of the govenment and are tasked with keeping the heathens and cannibals under control. The cannibals themselves don't have the discipline or training to command and lead men and would likely just plunder their own lands were they not reigned in by the Bishop Vicomtes of Ind.
The Magnificent Kingdom of Ind has many subservient lands. Among them is the Great Feminie, a land ruled by a group of Queens and their Lady Warriors. Women hold power in the land and the soldiers and knights of the land are invariably female. Any man visiting a lady of the land is allowed to stay for nine days, but if he overstays he will die. Such are the customs of Great Feminie. Even though they are less righteous than the Soldier Priests of Ind, the Lady Knights of the Queendom fight more bravely than the men of any land.
The Magnificent Kingdom of Ind has many subservient lands. Among them is the Great Feminie, a land ruled by a group of Queens and their Lady Warriors. Women hold power in the land and the soldiers and knights of the land are invariably female. Any man visiting a lady of the land is allowed to stay for nine days, but if he overstays he will die. Such are the customs of Great Feminie. Even though they are less righteous than the Soldier Priests of Ind, the Lady Warriors of the Queendom fight more bravely than the men of any land.
The land of Great Feminie is a kingdom in the land of Magnificent Ind. It is ruled by several queens descendant from the proud amazons of Sauromatia. Women still hold power in the land and the soldiers and knights of the land are invariably female. Any man visiting a lady of the land is allowed to stay for nine days, but if he overstays he will die. Such are the customs of Great Feminie. The Feminie Queens are highly skilled and inspirational commanders. Even after the subjugation the Queens have remained in power and there is no Viceroy of Ind to rule the Great Feminie.
The land of Great Feminie is a kingdom in the land of Magnificent Ind. It was once formed by the proud amazons of Sauromatia. Women still hold power in the land and everyone of importance is female, not least their mages. The sorceresses of the Great Feminie no longer practice the unsofisticated and bloody arts of the amazons, but have become influenced by the wise Magi of Ind.
The Magnificent Kingdom of Ind has many subservient lands. Among them is Great Orionde.
In Magnificent Ind there is a land of little horned men who serve the Prester King. Had it not been for their horns they might be mistaken for the hoburg people. Piconye Peasants rarely take up arms, but will defend their land should enemies attack.
In Magnificent Ind there is a land called Piconye. Here lives little horned men who serve he Prester King in all his endeavors. In times of need Piconye mostly relies on the armies of the Prester King, but they are able to defend for themselves. Everey year Piconye is attacked by strange birds, and the Piconye King gathers his soldiers and peasants armed with slings to take down the airborne threat.
In Magnificent Ind there is a land of little horned men who serve the Prester King. While ugly and menacing-looking they are righteous and loyal and vigilantly follow their king to defend their land from the strange birds that attack every year.
In Magnificent Ind there is a land of little horned men who serve the Prester King. While ugly and menacing-looking they are righteous and loyal and vigilantly follow their king to defend their land from the strange birds that attack every year. The Piconye Soldiers are the elites of the kingdom and fight with shortswords instead of spears.
The little men of Piconye are ruled by kings subservient to the Prester King. Like the Queens of Great Feminie the petty kings of Piconye are allowed to rule their lands as viceroys of Ind and are given more independence than most subject kingdoms. For as long as anyone can remember Piconye has been attacked every summer by strange birds. And the king of Piconye gather his fellow men to advert the threat, and there is much carnage. The Piconye kings are not particulary good leaders, but they are valiant warriors breave beyond their size.
In the land of Piconye there are little men adept in the ways of the earth. These scholars are secretive and as silent as the earth itself, but in the stillness of their laboratories they unearth arcane secrets shared with the Sages of the Prester King.
:Giant of the Lost Tribe
In Magnificent Ind there is a wasteland inhabited by six-fingered giants with skin as pale as death. In ancient times these giants were immensely large and powerful enough to threaten the gods themselves. They are bound to their land by a divine decree, lest they overtake the world. Now they are lesser in stature and might, but the decree still holds and the Giants of the Lost Tribe cannot leave their home for extended periods of time.
:King of the Lost Tribe
In Magnificent Ind there is a wasteland inhabited by six-fingered giants with skin as pale as death. In ancient times these giants were immensely large and powerful enough to threaten the gods themselves. They are bound to their land by a divine decree, lest they overtake the world. The Kings of the Lost Tribe claim a legacy from the Lords of Civilization and are innately skilled in the magic of the Grigori. They are of an older order and their words are anathema to the faith of Magnificent Ind, thus the Prester King has not asked the Lord to lift the decree.
The Magnificent kingdom of Ind has armies of brave and righteous men, but it is not these who wage the wars of the kingdom. Instead it is the heathen tribes subjugated by the Prester King who in times of war are unleashed upon the world. There are many cannibal tribes serving the Prester King. The Azenach are known for their cowardly tactics and use of bows. The Azenach, like all cannibal tribes under Ind's rule, are frightenly efficient plunderers.
The Magnificent kingdom of Ind has armies of brave and righteous men, but it is not these who wage the wars of the kingdom. Instead it is the heathen tribes subjugated by the Prester King who in times of war are unleashed upon the world. There are many cannibal tribes serving the Prester King. The Agrimandri of the mountains are known for their skills and use of sword and shield. The Agrimandri, like all cannibal tribes under Ind's rule, are frightenly efficient plunderers.
The Magnificent kingdom of Ind has armies of brave and righteous men, but it is not these who wage the wars of the kingdom. Instead it is the heathen tribes subjugated by the Prester King who in times of war are unleashed upon the world. There are many cannibal tribes serving the Prester King. The Fommepori of the forests are known for their berserker rage and two weapon fighting style. The Fommepori, like all cannibal tribes under Ind's rule, are frightenly efficient plunderers.
The Magnificent kingdom of Ind has armies of brave and righteous men, but it is not these who wage the wars of the kingdom. Instead it is the heathen tribes subjugated by the Prester King who in times of war are unleashed upon the world. There are many cannibal tribes serving the Prester King. The Vintefolei of the steppes are known for skills in horsemanship and their most prominent fighters ride into battle with lance and bow. The Vontefolei, like all cannibal tribes under Ind's rule, are frightenly efficient plunderers.
The Magnificent kingdom of Ind has armies of brave and righteous men, but it is not these who wage the wars of the kingdom. Instead it is the heathen cannibal tribes subjugated by the Prester King who in times of war are unleashed upon the world. So bereft of culture and virtue are these heathens that when one of their numbers die his friends will stop to gobble him up without cooking him. This they believe will cleanse them from sin. Most cannibal tribes use spears and javelins.
:Cannibal Shaman Chief
The cannibal tribes subjugated by Ind are controlled by virtous men, but if left unchecked the heathens return to their old ways and follow their Shaman Chiefs as they did before they became subjects of the Magnificent Kingdom. The Shaman Chiefs have magical skills, but rarely use them for the good of the kingdom. Instead they tend to cause trouble and lead their tribesmen to acts of wanton destruction. Shaman Chiefs are quite bad tacticians, but can gather and lead large groups of cannibal tribesmen.
The cannibal tribes subjugated by Ind are controlled by virtous men, but if left unchecked the heathens return to their old ways and follow their Shamans Chiefs as they did before they became subjects of the Magnificent Kingdom. As the Shaman Chiefs are few in numbers some tribesmen chose to follow self proclaimed warlords instead. These are as bad tacticians as the Shaman Chiefs and command even less respect. They are however eqally prone to cause trouble.
Cynocephalians are dog-headed beast-men living in the lands of Ind. The Magnificent kingdom has armies of brave and righteous men, but it is not these who wage the wars of the kingdom. Instead it is savage flesh-eaters and cynocephalians subjugated by the Prester King who in times of war are unleashed upon the world. Cynocephalian Hunters of Ind still use simple armaments.
Cynocephalians are dog-headed beast-men living in the lands of Ind. The Magnificent kingdom has armies of brave and righteous men, but it is not these who wage the wars of the kingdom. Instead it is savage flesh-eaters and cynocephalians subjugated by the Prester King who in times of war are unleashed upon the world. The Cynocephalians of Ind have recieved the gifts of technological advancement from their masters and are better equipped than in earlier times. Cynocephalians are as prone to plunder and pillage as the flesh-eating human tribesmen and only under the rule of the governor-priests of Ind are they kept under control.
Cynocephalians are dog-headed beast-men living in the lands of Ind. As subects of Ind they are ruled by vicerys and vicomtes of the magnificent Kingdom, but they readily follow their own chieftains and warlords when called to wage war on the enemies of Ind. Once most cynocephalians wore hides and used weapons of wood and stone, but the contacts with Ind has led to advances in technology and now the chieftains and the rich use armaments of iron and wear linen clothing. Cynocephalians are as prone to plunder and pillage as the flesh-eating human tribesmen and only under the rule of the governor-priests of Ind are they kept under control.
Spiritual affairs of the Cynocephalians are mostly a matter of the women of the flock. Their shamen intoxicate themselves, dance and howl to gain insights into to the spirit realm. They bless the hunt and seek the goodwill of the spirits. Most of them have some skills in nature magic, but some of them practice other forms of magic and a few of them have adopted the bloody practices of Magog and the cannibal tribes.
No cynocephalian tribe has developed a reputation as those of Gog and Magog. Being the largest and most savage of all cynocephalian tribes they are the true power behind the victories of Magnificent Ind. While Gog is dominated by warlords using armors of Indean design, the tribe of Magog is ruled by savage shamen matriarchs. Magog field the most cruel warriors of all cynocephalians, the Flesh-Hunters. The Magog Flesh-Hunters sneak into enemy lands to waylay travellers and hunt for human flesh. They are skilled with bows, but prefer to slaughter enemies with teeth and daggers. Magog Flesh-Huntes are exeptionally efficient plunderers, and cause unrest and widspread panic in the lands they visit.
No cynocephalian tribe has developed a reputation as those of Gog and Magog. Being the largest and most savage of all cynocephalian tribes they are the true power behind the victories of Magnificent Ind. While Magog is dominated by the bloody practices of their Bitch-Mothers, the tribe of Gog field the most well equipped warriors of all cynocephalians. The Gog Reavers have adopted the fighting style of the Fommepori cannibals, but the Reavers are larger, stronger and more savage. Few opponents can withstand the Reavers of Gog. Gog Reavers are exeptionally efficient plunderers, and cause unrest and widspread panic in the lands they visit. Gog Reavers use scale armors given them by the viceroys and governors from Ind.
The Magog tribe is ruled by savage shaman matriarchs that have developed gruesome practices. They are mighty blood mages who revel in slaughter and carnage. They are accompanied by their Flesh-Eater sisters into enemy lands where they wreak havoc and quench their thirst with innocent blood.
The Dog-Fathers are the chieftains of Gog, the most notorious of the cynocephalian tribes of Ind. Sponsored by the viceroys of Magnificent Ind the tribe of Gog wear arms and armaments of iron rarely used by other cynocephalians. The Dog-Fathers are somewhat better commanders than most cynocephalians and they practice blood magic, otherwise only used by the shaman matriarchs of Magog.
Holy Recruitment Point Bonus：This nation gets one extra holy recruitment point for every two temples.
Capture heathens，Capture and train heathens to be used in the army
Lord over Heathen Tribes，This commander can muster cannibal warriors. Terrain influences the tribes available. A high turmoil scale increases the numbers of mustered heathens.
Baculite 棍杖兵、Mirror Guard 镜卫、Archer Priest 弓箭手牧师、Soldier Priest 战士牧师
Abbot Sage 修院贤者
Abbot Magus 修院魔仕、Abbot Magus Supreme 修院高阶魔仕
Bishop General 主教将军、Archbishop Marshal 大主教元帅、Primate King 总主教国王
Viceroy Primate 总督总主教、Bishop Vicomte 主教子爵
Lady Knight 淑女骑士、Lady Warrior 淑女勇士、Feminie Queen 斐米涅女王、Feminie Sorceress 斐米涅女巫师
rionde Crossbowman 奥瑞恩德弩手、Orionde Warrior 奥瑞恩德勇士、Orionde Knight 奥瑞恩德骑士
Piconye Peasant 科涅农民、Piconye Slinger 皮科涅投石手、Piconye Spearman 皮科涅矛兵、Piconye Soldier 皮科涅战士、Piconye King 皮科涅国王、Piconye Scholar 皮科涅学者
Giant of the Lost Tribe 迷失部落的巨人、King of the Lost Tribe 迷失部落的国王
Azenach Archer 阿泽那驰弓箭手、Agrimandri Warrior 阿格瑞曼迪勇士、Fommepori Warrior 弗莫泊里勇士、Vintefolei Horseman 文特弗雷骑手、Cannibal Warrior 食人族勇士、Cannibal Shaman Chief 食人族萨满酋长、Cannibal Warlord 食人族军阀
狗头猎人 、狗头勇士、 狗头酋长、狗头萨满、Magog Flesh-Hunter 玛各血肉猎人、Gog Reaver 歌革劫掠者、Magog Bitch-Mother 玛各狼母、Gog Dog-Father 歌革狗父
The Letter of Prester John (Abridged)
Sent to Emanuel of Constantinople in 1165
John, priest by the almighty power of God and the might of our Lord Jesus Christ, King of Kings and Lord of Lords, to his friend Emanuel, prince of Constantinople, greeting, wishing him health, prosperity, and the continuance of divine favor.
Our Majesty has been informed that you hold our Excellency in love and that the report of our greatness has reached you. Moreover, we have heard through our treasurer that you have been pleased to send to us some objects of art and interest that our Exaltedness might be gratified thereby. Being human, I have received it in good part, and we have ordered our treasurer to send you some of our articles in return ...
Should you desire to learn the greatness and excellency of our Exaltedness and of the land subject to our sceptre, then hear and believe: I, Presbyter Johannes, the Lord of Lords, surpass all under heaven in virtue, in riches, and in power; seventy-two kings pay us tribute ... In the three Indies our Magnificence rules, and our land extends beyond India, where rests the body of the holy apostle Thomas [Judas the Twin]; it reaches towards the sunrise over the wastes, and it trends toward deserted Babylon near the Tower of Babel. Seventy-two provinces, of which only a few are Christian, serve us. Each has its own king, but all are tributary to us.
Our land is the home of elephants, dromedaries, camels, crocodiles, meta-collinarum, cametennus, tensevetes, wild asses, white and red lions, white bears, white merules, crickets, griffins, tigers, lamias, hyenas, wild horses, wild oxen, and wild men -- men with horns, one-eyed men, men with eyes before and behind, centaurs, fauns, satyrs, pygmies, forty-ell high giants, cyclopses, and similar women. It is the home, too, of the phoenix and of nearly all living animals.
We have some people subject to us who feed on the flesh of men and of prematurely born animals, and who never fear death. When any of these people die, their friends and relations eat him ravenously, for they regard it as a main duty to munch human flesh. Their names are Gog, Magog, Anie, Agit, Azenach, Fommeperi, Befari, Conei-Samante, Agrimandri, Vintefolei, Casbei, and Alanei. Theses and similar nations were shut in behind lofty mountains by Alexander the Great, towards the north. We lead them at our pleasure against our foes, and neither man nor beast is left undevoured, if our Majesty gives the requisite permission. And when all our foes are eaten, then we return with our hosts home again.
These accursed fifteen [twelve?] nations will burst forth from the four quarters of the earth at the end of the world, in the times of the Antichrist, and overrun all the abodes of the saints as well as the great city Rome, which, by the way, we are prepared to give to our son who will be born, alon with all Italy, Germany, the two Gauls, Britain, and Scotland. We shall also give him Spain and all of the land as far as the icy sea.
The nations to which I have alluded, according to the words of the prophet, shall not stand in the judgement on account of their offensive practices, but will be consumed to ashes by a fire which will fall on them from heaven.
Our land streams with honey and is overflowing with milk. In one region grows no poisonous herd, nor does a querulous frog ever quack in it; no scorpion exists, nor does the serpent glide amongst the grass, not can any poisonous animals exist in it or injure anyone.
Among the heathen flows, through a certain province, the River Indus. Encircling Paradise, it spreads its arms in manifold windings through the entire province. Here are found the emeralds, sapphires, carbuncles, topazes, chrsolites, onyxes, beryls, sardius, and other costly stones. Here grows the plant Assidos which, when worn by anyone, protects him from the evil spirit, forcing it to state its business and name -- consequently the foul spirits keep out of the way there. In a certain land subject to us all kinds of pepper is gathered and is exchanged for corn and bread, leather and cloth ...
At the foot of Mount Olympus bubbles up a spring which changes its flavor hour by hour, night and day, and the spring is scarcely three days' journey from Paradise, out of which Adam was driven. If anyone has tasted thrice of the fountain, from that day he will feel no fatigue, but will, as long as he lives, be as a man of thirty years. Here are found the small stones called Nudiosi which, if borne about the body, prevent the sight from waxing feeble and restore it where it is lost. The more the stone is looked at, the keener becomes the sight.
In our territory is a certain waterless sea consisting of tumbling billows of sand never at rest. None have crossed this sea -- it lacks water all together, yet fish of various kinds are cast up upon the beach, very tasty, and the like are nowhere else to be seen.
Three days' journey from this sea are mountains from which rolls down a stony, waterless river which opens into the sandy sea. As soon as the stream reaches the sea, its stones vanish in it and are never seen again. As long as the river is in motion, it cannout be crossed; only four days a week is it possible to traverse it.
Between the sandy sea and the said mountians, in a certain plain, is a fountain of singular virtue which purges Christians and would-be Christians from all transgressions. The water stands four inches high in a hollow stone shaped like a mussel-shell. Two saintly old men watch by it and ask the comers whether they are Christians or are about to become Christians, then whether they desire healing with all their hearts. If they have answered well, they are bidden to lay aside their clothes and to step into the mussel. If what they said be true, then the water begins to rise and gush over their heads. Thrice does the water thus lift itself, and everyone who has entered the mussel leaves it cured of every complaint.
Near the wilderness trickles between barren mountians a subterranean rill which can only by chance be reached, for only occassionally the earth gapes, and he who would descend must do it with precipitation, ere the earth closes again. All that is gathered under the ground there is gem and precious stone. The brook pours into another river and the inhabitants of the neighborhood obtain thence abundance of precious stones. Yet they never venture to sell them without having first offered them to us for our private use. Should we decline them, they are at liberty to dispose of them to strangers. Boys there are trained to remain three of four days under the water, diving after the stones.
Beyond the stone river are the ten tribes of Israel which, though subject to their own kings, are, for all that, tributary to our Majesty.
In one of our lands, hight Zone, are worms called salamanders. These worms can only live in fire, and they build cocoons like silk-worms which are unwound by the ladies of our palace and spun into cloth and dresses which are worn by our Exaltedness. These dresses, in order to be cleaned and washed, are cast into flames ...
When we go to war, we have fourteen golden and bejewelled crosses borne before us instead of banners. Each of these crosses is followed by ten thousand horsemen and one hundred thousand foot soldiers, fully armed, without reckoning those in charge of the luggage and provision.
When we ride abroad plainly we have a wooden, unadorned cross without gold or gems about it, borne before us in order that we meditate on the sufferings of our Lord Jesus Christ; also a golden bowl filled with earth to remind us of that whence we sprung and that to which we must return; but besides these there is borne a sliver bowl full of gold as a token to all that we are the Lord of Lords.
All riches, such as are upon the world, our Magnificence possesses in superabundance. With us, no one lies, for he who speaks a lie is thenceforth regarded as dead -- he is no more thought of or honored by us. No vice is tolerated by us. Every year we undertake a pilgrimage, with retinue of war, to the body of the holy prophet Daniel which is near the desolated site of Babylon. In out realm fishes are caught, the blood of which dyes purple. The Amazons and the Brahmins are subject to us.
The palace in which our Superemincency resides is built after the pattern of the castle built by the apostle Thomas [Judas the Twin] for the Indian king Gundoforus. Celings joists, and architrave are of Sethym wood, the roof ebony, which can never catch fire. Over the gable of the palace are, at the extremities, two golden apples, in each of which are two carbuncles, so that the gold may shine by day and the carbuncles by night. The greater gates of the palace are of sardius with the horn of the horned snake inwrought so that no one can bring poison within. The other portals are of ebony; the windows are of crystal; the tables are partly of gold, partly of amethyst; the columns supporting the tables are partly of ivory, partly of amethyst. The court in which we watch the jousting is floored with onyx in order to increase the courage of the combatants. In the palace at night, nothing is burned for light, but wicks supplied with balsam ...
Before our palace stands a mirror, the ascent to which consists of five and twenty steps of porpyry and serpintine ... This mirror is guarded day and night by three thousand men. We look therein and behold all that is taking place in every province and region subject to our sceptre.
Seven kings wait upon us monthly, in turn, with sixty-two dukes, two hundred and fifty-six counts and marquises. Twelve archbishops sit at table with us on our right and twenty bishops on the left, besides the patriarch of St. Thomas, the Sarmatian Protopope, and the Archpope of Susa ...
Our high lord stewart is a primate and king, our cup-bearer is an archbishop and king, our chamberlain a bishop and king, and our marshal a king and abbot.
[The letter reportedly ends with a description of Prester John's church, the stones of which it is built, and the virtues of those stones.]
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