Talk:Armenian mythology

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Sources for overhaul[edit]

I realize the last two of these are about a century old, but they're rather in depth sources by pretty trustworthy figures. They're also either free (I don't have any money right now) or I already have them. I'll try to work on this article and the pantheon articles later (maybe I'll get lucky and be to sick to go to Thanksgiving dinner, but totally fine to edit).

Ian.thomson (talk) 04:22, 25 November 2014 (UTC)

Removed the uncited "source" Ananikean's Armenian Mythology because it is Indo-European Publishing is a pay-to-print self-publishing company (and I had previously seen another source from there and thought it was that). (It's late, I'm not sleeping well, and I'm really not looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow.) At any rate, the "source" wasn't cited yet, and can be better cited than giving advertising to defunct resellers of public-domain works. Ian.thomson (talk) 03:50, 27 November 2014 (UTC)