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The opinions of modern toponymists are far more acceptable.
If, as Richardson assured readers, "the place-name study techniques employed [by him] are no different from those of toponymists elsewhere" (2006, 9), then such techniques are perhaps not sufficient to solve as complex a problem as the origins of Java la Grande.
Those who seek to rewrite history on the evidence of early maps and charts should not so readily ignore the research of relevant academics, historians of cartography, historical linguists, toponymists and palaeographers.