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Edits and lack of references
Hello, I made a few changes to the article for the following reasons:
- Added a reference tag at the start of the article as obviously there aren't any.
- Removed "For a long time its original author, or rather compiler, was(?) thought to be a certain Canon Marci de Kalt (German: Markus von Kalt, Hungarian: Márk Kálti)." This sentence doesn't make sense. Is he still thought to be the author or did somebody else write / compile it ?
- Changed "truly magnificent" to just "magnificent" so that it sounds less like opinion.
- Removed ", and excels in lively episodes." as this sounds like opinion.
What is meant by "the most widely-read narrative" ? It is a bit unclear as to what exactly the Chronica Hungarorum is. Is it a book ? Is it a legend ? Is it a series of historical events ?
--WaterWolf 15:57, 13 August 2007 (UTC)
Can someone clarify further all these different editions, where are they located and how exactly they differ? See also the conversation: Talk:Chronicon Pictum#Multiple editions?. --Codrin.B (talk) 22:58, 10 February 2012 (UTC)