I noticed that there is a direct quote from the book Insight on the Scriptures Volume 1, published by the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of New York, that is neither attributed nor sourced. According to the license agreement from the digital version that was most likely pulled from:
3. RESTRICTIONS ON USE. You may not do any of the following: ...post all or any portion of the SOFTWARE or the DATA on the Internet or on any other electronic network; copy, print, or excerpt from the DATA for the purpose of distributing books, booklets, or any other printed or electronic compilations;
As such I am going to reword the information and properly source it.
I see the split tag has been added: "It has been suggested that this article be split into multiple articles..." - OK, sure, go ahead! Just as long a there's enough material on each type of brazier to merit a full article. I guess the fact that no one has responded in the month since the tag was inserted suggests that there's no burning (pardon the pun) desire out there to see it done, though! I'd say leave well alone until someone has the energy to write three or four separate articles. Myself, I can't see that there's all that much to say about each type of brazier. Gnusmas 20:38, 20 July 2006 (UTC)
- The page is clearly a disambiguation page waiting to happen. And I agree with your observations. Rklawton 20:41, 20 July 2006 (UTC)
The brazier as a 16th century marriage chamber accoutrement
Perhaps this should be mentioned in the article. --188.8.131.52 04:24, 30 October 2007 (UTC)