Talk:Georges Dumézil

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Why "no sources"?[edit]

It seems odd, in view of the fact that three sources were already appended to the article, that a "no sources" tag should have been applied by User:Mgekelly, 26 June 2006. One is a website entirely devoted to Dumézil; another is a link to the biography in the Académie française site. Were these not liked? was it because they are written in French, do you suppose? --Wetman 11:44, 15 September 2006 (UTC)

I believe the problem is that they are titled "external links" rather than "online references". Just change the heading and you have a properly sourced article. That's one thing that radical referentionists fail to take into account. --Ghirla -трёп- 12:34, 15 September 2006 (UTC)