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But what if it is not an Anglo Saxon embellishment and the mention of a servant in the story is part of an accurately recorded lingual tradition? Is it possible that the bringer of the silk secret was at the time of the theft no princes at all? There was after all bound to be a reward for anyone who could steal the secret, possibly even ‘unto half my kingdom’ and so a servant girl returning home after performing duties at the imperial court might have made good her escape just as the princess in the story is said to have done with the secrets. It is hard to tell from the tablet whether it is a princess depicted on it or not. But would not such a clever girl be rewarded with a prince? Thus becoming a princess! I don’t suppose I’ll ever know whether it was benefactress princess telling a story of which parts are missing or a servant girl thief and possibly murderess rewarded with a principality.