Disputatio:Nicolaus Cazantzaces

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Pagina honorata Nicolaus Cazantzaces fuit pagina mensis Maii 2006.

Quid significat " momen " ? "Nomen " ?

Pagina Mensis[fontem recensere]

This is on the queue Mycēs set up for the Pagina Mensis.

Suggestions: It would be really nice to get a liber picture of the man, rather than of his grave ;)

Nikolaos Kazantzakis[fontem recensere]

usor:201.42.38.132, without any explanation, made this pagea redirect to Nikolaos Kazantzakis, where he put up only a modified version of the introduction of this article. One can argue about the spelling (I for one prefer to use the system the Romans used to spell Greek, phonetic changes notwithstanding), but given the large amount of text that was unilaterally deleted whole-sale, this could practically be considered vandalism. Of course I am biased, because this article was my work, but I think I am right to be irritated. --Iustinus 22:26, 23 Martii 2006 (UTC)

I was irritated and it wasn't even my work. I hadn't realized the article already existed, though, or I'd have done the redirects for you. Also concur about translit, we should use their method not anything affected by modern orthographical practices.--Ioshus Rocchio 22:57, 23 Martii 2006 (UTC)


Translitteratio[fontem recensere]

In graeco hodierno "mp" est notatio litterae "b"( e.g mpar=bar). Scribamusne nomen "Alixis Zorba", vice "Alixis Zormpas"--Marc mage 21:20, 28 Aprilis 2006 (UTC)

Et Romani, pronuntiatione differenti, transscripserunt secundum alphabetum Graecum, non? sic 'e' ad 'η' et post 'η' in 'i' vertit; eodem modo, litterae 'φ, β' non melius scribuntur ut 'f, v,' sed 'ph, b.' (Hae mutationes aevo Romano acciderunt, nisi fallor.) Solum distulerunt Romani in diphthongis alienis 'ει, ου' scribendis, quae semper 'i, u' scripserunt. (...Immo, nonnumquam 'ει' ante vocales ut 'e' scripta est.) —Myces Tiberinus 13:27, 29 Aprilis 2006 (UTC)

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Tentatio Ultima Christi
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