Talk:Concordia (mythology)

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I would agree with the merge. Both articles are talking about exactly the same god as the Greeks and Romans had the same gods but under different names. However it needs to be made explicitly clear in the title that the god has two names. --Paronomasia 11:24, 9 April 2007 (UTC)