Talk:Gaude Mater Polonia

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Old talk (section heading added 6/7/2013[edit]

Błędna nazwa! Powinno być Gaude Mater Polonia >> pl:Gaude Mater Polonia. >> Wyciorek >> DYSKUSJA

The capitalization of the medieval texts is much a question of an assumed custom. For example many medieval sources has the word God (in the sense of Christian Trinity) written as deus- god. I believe medieval writer would rather write gaude mater Polonia than Mater Kameal (talk) 11:14, 2 June 2008 (UTC)



I added a link to listen to at wrzuta.pl. It may become outdated in a few weeks/months, but should do for now, since both remaining links are dead. // Dodałem link do posłuchania na wrzuta.pl. Może się zdezaktualizować za kilka tygodni/miesięcy, ale na razie powinien dać radę, skoro pozostałe linki są martwe. 85.221.140.237 (talk) 19:47, 16 March 2010 (UTC)



Totally expanded the page from a stub to a complete article, featuring history, music, translation, links, references, etc.--Bluestarstudios (talk) 19:38, 22 August 2010 (UTC)

Huh?[edit]

Vincent wrote The History of St. Stanislas in Latin (Dies adet celebris) during the reign of Bolesław II the Bold. Throughout his 30-year reign, Bolesław was unable to unite Poland, which had been fragmented into 20 districts over the years. - somebody's mixing up their history. Boleslaw DID rule over a united Poland. The fragmentation took place much later.Volunteer Marek 17:48, 7 June 2013 (UTC)