Disputatio:Monty Python's Life of Brian

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Too short. --Roland2 16:34, 5 Iulii 2006 (UTC)

Made a bit longer, but still very short. Indifferent whether to keep or whether to make this a redirect to Vita Briani. --UV 23:51, 5 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
Ok, I'm partial, I think this scene is great, and on a latin vicipaedia, might be a noteworthy occurence in pop culture. I'll expand the entry, but I still don't know whether to keep it a separate article or a heading under Vita Briani, but should this be the proper title?--Ioshus Rocchio 23:57, 5 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
on en:, the title is en:Romani ite domum (with en:Romanes eunt domus redirecting). I like that better. --UV 00:13, 6 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
I removed the "delenda". Thanks for expanding ... I did not know the backgrounds of this single word. ;-) --Roland2 05:43, 6 Iulii 2006 (UTC) I thought it has to do something with football and not with art. --Roland2 05:45, 6 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
Moved. --UV 22:54, 6 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
Hmmmm...maybe should move it back? The funny part is that it's romani eunt domus, not the correct title. Why do you like it better, UV?--Ioshus Rocchio 22:57, 6 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
en:Romani ite domum mentions two forms: Romanes eunt domus (wrong, obviously) and Romani ite domum (correct). Where did you get the form Romani eunt domus from? from a typo, ;]--Ioshus Rocchio 23:36, 6 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
In the movie (if the entry at en: is correct) Romanes eunt domus is written only once, while Romani ite domum is written a hundred times. I would therefore perhaps prefer the correct form (with the other form redirecting there). But if you like a different title better, feel free to change it! --UV 23:05, 6 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
Have you seen the movie, UV?--Ioshus Rocchio 23:36, 6 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
I think I have seen this scene once. I do not remember whether I have actually seen the entire movie. In my view, the British humour is pleasant if digested in neatly-sized pieces, but a nuisance if it comes in chunks too large to be devoured. ;-) → Ten minutes of Mr. Bean or Monty Python: that's fine, but an entire movie? ;-) --UV 23:47, 6 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
Yes, I was more asking about if you had seen this scene. I tend to agree with you about british humor, it's not to be endured for long peiods of time. But I thought this was a raucously funny scene, I don't know, where and how did you learn latin? In america, and britain latin was tought through rather brutal means, with whippings and lashings for students who did poorly on tests and assignments. So it alludes to that aspect of latin, as well as the humor of the classroom, where no one can remember accusative of motion though they've been learning it all year, or no one can remember ite even though its the shortest plural imperative in the language. Maybe I'm biased, as a teacher, but I think the humor is in the misspelling. =] --Ioshus Rocchio 01:09, 7 Iulii 2006 (UTC)
Luckily, I was not maltreated to Latin like you describe here! If you prefer to move it back, I have no objection. --UV 22:52, 7 Iulii 2006 (UTC)

Whoa! I just happened upon this article, which I first thought was an instance of vandalism—that is, that the text had a metamessage regarding the denizens of Vicipaedia. As it stands, it's confusing: it seems to equate Romani[,] ite domum with a "quotatio" (whatever that might be) 'out of a movie about/from Monty Python'. (The remaining words seem to mean 'Brian's Life has been written', probably a misreading on account of the fading of my monitor.) But the comments above imply that the "quotatio" is also what the article puts in parentheses, labeled a false form. What's the story? And what's a locus? IacobusAmor 01:45, 21 Septembris 2006 (UTC)

You really ought to see the scene, it's a great parody. this citizen of an occupied territory is writing graffiti on the walls, "romani eunt domus" and a roman milites comes up asking "what's all this then"? The citizen explains he wants the romans to go away as they are ruining his city and the soldier corrects his grammar in the stryle of an old academy teacher with a yardstick. Hilarious scene. Locus? you mean Iocus?--Ioshus (disp) 03:13, 21 Septembris 2006 (UTC)

non delenda[fontem recensere]

Non delenda, Massimo, sed augescenda. Apud Vicipaediam Latinam, tantam scaenam debemus explicare.--Ioshus (disp) 22:31, 12 Ianuarii 2007 (UTC)

contribuenda[fontem recensere]

As I have said before...perhaps not at en, but I feel that at the Latin wikipedia such a classic phrase deserves its own article. If anything, it should have {{augescenda}}...--Ioshus (disp) 15:51, 22 Februarii 2007 (UTC)

I should clarify... I can see a Monty Python enthusiast coming here and searching for the phrase, expecting to find something... I think it should be under Romanes eunt domus, but the redirect suffices.--Ioshus (disp) 15:56, 22 Februarii 2007 (UTC)
Unless we can write a whole page about it, describing the whole scene, I think that it should be in the pagina of Life of Brian--Xaverius 15:59, 22 Februarii 2007 (UTC)
Since this page has interwiki links, we could keep it for "marketing reasons". Moreover, it consumed some energy to find the current title. --Rolandus 18:42, 22 Februarii 2007 (UTC)

montivage:[fontem recensere]

Quaeso legas priusquam agas... Disputationes exhortor, at noli agere ante disputare.--Ioshus (disp) 04:01, 8 Aprilis 2007 (UTC)

Sorry, my changes were made in complete ignorance of this disputatio. I'll remember to look for discussions in the future! Montivagus 04:18, 8 Aprilis 2007 (UTC)

Contributio[fontem recensere]

I went ahead and merged the pages; I hadn't seen the whole discussion, but according to our current rules, both pages were "non stipulae." Are people still in favor of a separate page? There are enough redirects to make the page easily findable, and our efforts might better concentrated in one page (the Latin needs to be improved). But of course if someone wants to develop a separate page, there may be enough sources (cf. en:Romani ite domum). Lesgles (disputatio) 20:02, 24 Iunii 2016 (UTC)