I'm into Magellan historiography. I have studied the issue of Enrique de Malacca, whether he had circumnavigated the world, if he was from Cebu or from the ff. Malacca, Sumatra, or the Moluccas.
Your article on Enrique needs to be corrected. It must have been written by someone who had not taken pains to read the main sources: Antonio Pigafetta, Gines de Mafra, and Maximilianus Transylvanus who are more or less the credible primary and secondary accounts.
The article has gone on for years uncorrected. It cannot go on as is.