Talk:Tagma (military)

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1) WP policy says use singulars for article titles; shouldn't this be Tagma?

2) The military and the biological meanings are very different (though of course derived from the same Greek word); shouldn't they be two articles, Tagma (military) and Tagma (biology)?

If no one objects, I plan to make these changes at some point. --Macrakis 14:49, 5 October 2005 (UTC)

3) Why isnt the tagma as written in the Strategikon by Maurice placed here?

Incomplete or missing ref[edit]

There isn't any Treadgold (1997) in the list of sources. Apart from that, the article is quite good. --pt:Stegop talk 15:12, 30 March 2012 (UTC)