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I reverted 126.96.36.199's replacement of all the 'BCE' entries with 'BC'. Please note that I'm not advocating either calendar date convention. However, after discussing on Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Language it was stated that WP's guidelines specifically forbid changing from one system to another (without good reason and consensus). ---Sluzzelin 06:02, 1 September 2006 (UTC)
This article has used BCE since 1 July 2004. --Wetman 06:42, 1 September 2006 (UTC)
Moved and shrunk down pictures in this article because the images interfered with the test and it all looked pretty messy. I removed an infobox regarding UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Ravenna, but kept the image of Theodoric's tomb. A mention in the text that this is a World Heritage site should be enough, but the info box was messing up the text/ --Ber06122 17:55, 12 February 2007 (UTC) Maybe the Early monuments of Ravenna (this is the real World Heritage) could have their own entry, pictures and infobox? What do you think? --Alberto bazzi 10:55, 28 September 2009 (UTC)
The entry is relevant and IMO is not to be merged to that of Ravenna This port has now its wikipedia site like the ports of Naples, Pozzallo , Venice. What do you think?? It's in the top 20 Italian ports!! --Alberto bazzi 10:55, 28 September 2009 (UTC)
I noticed the text "File:Ravnna-gallaplacidia.jpg" appears in the article, probably someone was trying to put a picture in the article and edited it incorrectly. Tweisbach (talk) 14:23, 17 December 2009 (UTC)