Talk:Aphrodisias

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Untitled[edit]

The information given here might be out-of-date as visits and books date back to 1992

Merge Stauropolis -> Aphrodisias[edit]

All in favour of this, since the names refer to the same city, and in fact co-existed for a while. The extra information in the Stauropolis entry will enrich the Aphrodisias article. (Stauropolis alone, without the historical data added by Aphrodisias, is very weak.)

What's the proceedure for making this decision? I'm happy to make the changes.

Gabrielbodard 13:17, 25 December 2006 (UTC)

External links[edit]

Who's the WikiWanker who redacted material in the 'External Links' thus

If these items do not belong in the bibliography, they probably do not belong in the article

and why haven't they explained in more detail here? It's very discourteous.

Not my quarrel and I didn't provide those links but there's no reason to think otherwise but that someone originally thought them useful in good faith.

God damn these imbecile WikiPig cunts and their infantile anal retentive redactions and so help me I will restore a while hence if I don't see a satisfactory explanation. 81.178.38.169 (talk) 03:44, 21 November 2010 (UTC) (was user Rinpoche)