Disputatio:Asterix

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Nesciebam sententiam “Delirant isti Romani” Italice relatam “SPQR”. Gratias tibi, multum cachinnavi.

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Textum repetivi e Disputatio Usoris:Fabullus.

Just in case you can help, Fabulle ... An anonym has twice removed the template {{Imago sine descriptione}} from the illustration at Asterix, and, last time, left a firm message to say that no caption was needed. But we have to have a caption, and, in any case, the picture is not self-explanatory, at least to me. It seems to be of a building with a picture of Asterix and the words "De Galliër" on its exterior. The image was uploaded to Commons by a Dutch editor. So, what is the building? Why does it display these words, and why does it use an image of Asterix? If by any chance it's clear to you, maybe you could add the necessary caption! Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 18:41, 21 Maii 2009 (UTC)

Thank you so much! Why our anonymous interpellator thinks every reader would know that this is the outside of a comics bookshop, I can't imagine. I never saw a building looking less like a bookshop. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 08:26, 22 Maii 2009 (UTC)