"Errare humanun est".
But the error must be corrected.
Maybe I take it too seriously, after all it's a game.
But I thought that we should try to find the exact answer and not make random choices.
The game is instructive and you can always learn something, as long as there is greater rigor in seeking exact answers.
If I can make a suggestion, I would do this:
I would start from an absolutely exact statement, taken from one or more encyclodedic texts (in the United Kingdom there is certainly no shortage of authoritative and reliable publishers) and I would build the question from there.
Furthermore, if the error occurred I would immediately rush to correct it to avoid making bad disclosure.
This time the topic was very interesting and I liked it a lot, in fact it is very relevant to the topics covered in this forum.
Too bad because I was liking this game.
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