Disputatio:Imperium Romanum Orientale

    E Vicipaedia
    Insigne Vicipaediae Imperium Romanum Orientale fuit pagina mensis Martii 2014.

    Inserting of copied text[fontem recensere]

    There are formulae for incorporated sources. Of course such text should have been proofread for factual errors and WP standards, which was not the case here.--Chris1981 03:29, 6 Iunii 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    I think the text (is it all from Paulus Diaconus?) should be completely deleted unless there is some specially relevant short quotation. This article has 1000 years to deal with. The new section is far too long, covers only a brief period, and (of course!) takes no account of recent scholarship.
    I notice this is one of the "Categoria:1000 paginae" and that the addition makes it into a "long article". The addition may have been intended to increase our score in the ratings. And, yes, it would. But the overriding aim is to make a good encyclopaedia,, and that means having good, well-structured, well-documented, reliable articles, not just long ones. If this was the reason, thanks for trying to help (O anonyme), but, as we said on the Taberna, "all improvements welcome". Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 07:57, 6 Iunii 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    Probe dicis, amice, et tibi adsentior. IacobusAmor 12:19, 6 Iunii 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    If someone is thinking about leaving the anonymus a message: perhaps best in Italian [1]--Chris1981 22:16, 6 Iunii 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]


    Care Viator: Censeo omni tempore scribere debemus: Saeculum ineuns: Saeculo ineunti dum verbum neutri generis tractemus incondicenter de casu ablativo utrum absoluto an adiectivo. Item, verbum anglice: iconoclast, hispanice:iconoclasta indicant vocabulum rectum potius esse "iconus est", hinc fortasse possit dici "iconos delemus vel deruimus". Roch01A (disputatio) 00:07, 1 Aprilis 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    Vale, optime Roche, gratulor tibi pro observatione tua, tamen nemini licitum est mutare neque vocabula neque regulas grammaticas. Participium praesens cum est in ablativo absoluto habet teleuton in -e et non -i. Verbum latinum est "icon" genitivus "iconis", est verbum graecum (εικών- gen : εικόνος) hac de causa habes "iconoclasta" (εικονοκλαστης) formatum cum radicali. Inspicias quaeso bonam grammaticam et dictionnarium satis amplum. (Cicero : ineunte vere) Vale.--Viator (disputatio) 07:43, 1 Aprilis 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]