Talk:Britannia Prima

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Diocletion abdicated in 305AD and therefore could not have created this province in 312.

Mustafa -- Good, thorough article. I would divide it up into 3-4 paragraphs to make it easier to read, and also make the important names/words blue links to other articles. Also try to categorize the article as part of Roman Civ, and a map would be nice. Besides those technical concerns, the content looks good. -Anoop

This article is very detailed and give a great summary of Britannia Prima. However the information can be a bit daunting. Perhaps you can work in some more divisions such as a time line as well as a map of the Roman world where readers can get a better picture of its size and significance. Content-wise, I'm not sure if you can add anything else, its a pretty comprehensive article.

- Tim

Mustafa - an insightful, balanced article. You have the perfect amount of content for such a broad topic. First and foremost, you need to cite the proper articles at the end of article. Not only is this helpful for the reader to research more extensively, but Wikipedia deletes any uncited material. Also, I think it would add a lot to the article if you could link some of the key words/phrases to other Wikipedia articles. Furthermore, the opening sentence needs to be broken up into two distinct sentences. This sentence is a run-on and loses the focus of the article - make your topic sentense concise and to the point and it will help the flow of the article significantly. - Greg

You did a very good job with the minimal evidence, although more on the economy or geography of the province and its timeline would have been helpful. Anisekstrong 02:23, 4 June 2007 (UTC)Anise K. Strong