Disputatio:Pascha

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There is a difficulty in putting up interwiki for this one, namely that pascha refers to both Easter and Passover. Originally I had done interwiki for both ("[[en:Passover]] [[en:Easter]]") but then Suisui, predictably enough, came through, expanded the Passover and destroyed the Easter.

Now, I assume you don't like having double links like that anyway, and will tell me to split this into two entries. But it seems like a shame to do that when a) we don't have all that much here to begin with b) Latin covers both with the same word, so why should we be forced to follow the conventions of other languages?

There have been other entries where I've been bothered by this, e.g. tritorium.

--Iustinus 03:14 aug 25, 2004 (UTC)

You can add two interwikis to the same language, there's nothing wrong with that - Suisui just needs to fix his bot in many fundamental ways. Adam Episcopus 15:56 aug 25, 2004 (UTC)
Well, this is basically a disambiguation page, isn't it? It sure looks like it... [what does la.wiki call this? disambiguitas? homonymia?] Theoretically this page could link to Pascha (Iudaica) and Pascha (Christiana) which would have articles on their respective topics (and also hold their individual interwiki links). —Myces Tiberinus 19:02 aug 25, 2004 (UTC)