Disputatio Formulae:Civitates et regiones Europae

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I think Armenia is in Asia. --Roland2 14:36, 29 Decembris 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Vtrum Armenia et Georgia in Europa an in Asia magna sint, dependet e conspectu: Geographice terminus Europae re vera iugum Caucasus declaratur, sed multis in conventibus eae civitates inter Europaeas numerantur, e. g. quod attinet ad pittacia cursualia / consilium Europaeum et alia. 3 Kal. Mart. 2006 21.51 (UTC) usor:Bohmhammel
1) Would it be ok to say "Armenia (geographice in Asia, sed politice in Europa sita)"? 2) If Irlandia is incorrect, the article should be moved to "Hibernia". However, at the moment it seems, that it is distinguished between Irlandia the civitas and Hibernia the island, the territory. Should the articles, possibly, be renamed to Hibernia (natio) and Hibernia (insula)? --Roland2 22:46, 27 Februarii 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Territoria[fontem recensere]

If I understand correctly, these are supra-national geographical regions. Is that right? I think Gallia, Germania and Pannonia have no reason to be in this list. Britannia is dubious too (though when Scotland becomes independent, Britannia will belong here again). Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 15:13, 15 Ianuarii 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

de nominibus regionum[fontem recensere]

ad Belgium: Lege C. Iulii Caesaris commentarios.
ad Regnum Britannorum: Non exstant plures Britanniae, inde verbum Britanniarum sensu caret.
ad Francogalliam: plus placet quam nomen Franciae, quod etiam ad regionem Germaniae pertineat. usor:Bohmhammel, 6. Non.Oct. 2009

Dear Bohmammel, If you wish to dispute the name of a country please go to that country's disputatio and argue there. You will find for example that the issue of Britanniae has already been discussed quite thoroughly, and the consensus was to go with an attested source. Likewise with Francogallia, Francia is used in Hoffman's encyclopedia and is closer to the modern name. With Belgium I'm willing to conceed the point but it should be discussed on the disputatio of that country.--Rafaelgarcia 22:31, 2 Octobris 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
De nomine Regni Britanniarum, addo hic (sed vide et paginam disputationis respectivam): nobis non oportet nomen huius regni fingere. Nomen officiale Latinum est, seu recenter erat, Regnum Britanniarum. Si non credis Britannias plurales exstare, vide paginam Britanniae (discretiva)! Sed, si nomen officiale Latinum recentius scis, fontes cita, s.t.p. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 13:44, 6 Octobris 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]