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So, King of Egypt[edit]

Thanks for your edit, but does Clayton say "the most logical candidate for So would be Osorkon IV of Tanis (730-715 BC)." If so, we need to make it more explicit that this is his belief. If it's your analysis, then you need to find a source for it instead - see WP:VERIFY and WP:NOR. There are a number of reliable sources discussing the issue, not all agreeing. Dougweller (talk) 15:38, 23 July 2013 (UTC)

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November 2013[edit]

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  • further hypothesis on the polyhedron of A. Dürer, ''Historia Mathematica'' '''31''' (2004) 11</ref>)
  • been conjectured that Dürer had seen the [[Ensisheim meteorite]], which fell on 7 November 1492 (then in Alsace, Further Austria now in eastern France}, and remained deeply impressed. See Ursula B. Marvin, "The meteorite of Ensisheim - 1492 to 1992",

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  • Meteorite. This was suggested by Ursula B Marvin ('The meteorite of Ensisheim - 1492 to 1992' 1992)), in relation to 'Melencolia I'. This object fell in Alsace (then in Further Austria, now in

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  • was never a good match for Shoshenq, either--because Shishak begins with shin-yod, not shin-vav.) One scholar, mentioned by Velikovsky only to refute him, tried to connect the name So with the

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  • html ) Some images, from the 'Wunderzeichenbuch', are reproduced on the Day and Faber website ((http://www.dayfaber.com/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=47&tabindex=46&eventid=27437 ). By comparing the

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Sourcing problems again[edit]

I've reverted you at Pharaohs in the Bible. None of your sources appear to meet our criteria at WP:RS, both from the point of view of publication (personal blogs and websites and examiner.com which has been rejected as an RS) nor do any of them appear to have recognised expertise in their fields. In addition you added a quote between sourced text and its reference, which made it appear that the citaiton was for the quote. Dougweller (talk) 16:12, 26 November 2013 (UTC)

Further to Doug's comments, I have reverted a string of edits to Great Comet of 1556. The sources you added (including blogs) simply aren't strong enough for sourcing the claims you were trying to make. You also included a large amount of unsourced material that looked to be original research. You should feel free to have a read of guidelines and policies like WP:V, WP:RS and WP:MOS and then try again with better sources and prhaps better English. Stalwart111 01:00, 27 November 2013 (UTC)

Original research[edit]

Warning icon Please stop your disruptive editing. If you continue to violate Wikipedia's no original research policy by adding your personal analysis or synthesis into articles, you may be blocked from editing. Stalwart111 11:40, 28 November 2013 (UTC)