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Speedy deletion of Pinchas Polonsky[edit]

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Ref added lkitross 11:50, 3 December 2007 (UTC)


Special note: I did not actually tag this article myself, the message just appeared on my talk page by accident, so I am just passing the message along. Lankiveil (talk) 09:01, 30 December 2007 (UTC)


AIV[edit]

Thanks for reporting the IP vandalising Battle of Sedan to WP:AIV, but please in future:

  • Revert the vandalistic edits
  • Warn the vandal using the standard templates at WP:WARN
  • If and only if they vandalise beyond a level 4 warning, report them to AIV using the format:

* {{IPvandal|IP address}} brief reason for listing (keep it short) ~~~~, as explained on the edit screen at WP:AIV. Again, thanks for your efforts and happy vandal-fighting! You may find the following resources useful:

Thanks, waggers (talk) 22:40, 18 November 2008 (UTC)

I shall try my bestlkitross (talk) 22:46, 19 November 2008 (UTC)

Heliocentrism[edit]

Portions of what you recently added do not seem to make sense. Can you fix any of that current section of Heliocentrism? --JimWae (talk) 20:51, 23 May 2010 (UTC)

Please, explain in more details. What does not make sense? --lkitross (talk) 16:10, 24 May 2010 (UTC)
  • Already in the Talmud the «Greek wisdom»[vague] was considered dangerous and was during some periods altogether prohibited (see Shlomo ben Aderet).
    • What is «Greek wisdom»?
    • I found nothing releveant at Shlomo ben Aderet
    • There are several other « » around what are presumably book titles. Should these not be '' '' ?
    • Even if «Greek wisdom» is some kind of book title, I cannot tell what book it refers to --JimWae (talk) 16:20, 24 May 2010 (UTC)
      Tried to write it more clearly. Greek wisdom is a general name for science and philosophy of Greeks in the Talmud. Not a book.--lkitross (talk) 22:45, 24 May 2010 (UTC)

Re: Ma'ale Adumim[edit]

Hi Lkitrossky! I have removed the images for the following reasons:

  1. Most important: It is not clear what the images showed. The caption was not clear.
  2. Assuming the images showed parts of an important building in the city, it is unclear what this building is and why it is important.
  3. They were two images of the same thing.
  4. There was an indication that the user who inserted the images had a conflict of interest and knew Michael Yahilevich personally. In addition, we don't link to other Wikipedias except in the interwiki at the bottom.

I hope the above answered your question.

Cheers, Ynhockey (Talk) 22:50, 5 June 2010 (UTC)

You did answer, but you may reconsider it. It is an original design of synagogue Machanaim in Ma'ale Adumim. I meant to leave only one picture, like in Russian version. I know Yachilevich, but nevertheless consider the design worth mentioning. Michael is a known artist, as I explained in a Russian article on him ru:Яхилевич, Михаил Фритиофович, and it is a honour to have a design by him, we only got it because he was a congregant. --lkitross (talk) 23:34, 5 June 2010 (UTC)
Thank you for the answer, and I apologize for my own late one (please leave a not on my talk page as I don't tend to watch other people's talk pages). I may indeed reconsider, but first of all at least the first major concern above needs to be addressed. I am still not quite sure what exactly the picture shows—what part of the synagogue is this? What synagogue is this? Where is it located?
I'd also appreciate it if the second concern was addressed. The last two are more flexible. Thanks, Ynhockey (Talk) 21:43, 13 June 2010 (UTC)
Restore one, like: [[File: MachanaimSinagoga_1.JPG|thumb|right|[[:ru:Яхилевич, Михаил Фритиофович|Michael Yachilevich]]. Design of the frontal wall of the synagogue with the symbol of [[Machanaim]] in Ma'ale Adumim, Hallil str.]] lkitross (talk) 23:34, 13 June 2010 (UTC)
That caption doesn't make any sense. What is the name of the synagogue? I believe you are assuming that every reader of the article is familiar both with the synagogue and Michael Yahilevich. I assure you that this is far from true. In any case, please make your edit to the image page. —Ynhockey (Talk) 09:21, 14 June 2010 (UTC)
[[File: MachanaimSinagoga_1.JPG|thumb|right|[[:ru:Яхилевич, Михаил Фритиофович|Michael Yachilevich]]. Design of the frontal wall of the synagogue ″Alei higayon bekinor″ with the symbols of [[Machanaim|Machanaim organization]], Ma'ale Adumim, Hallil str., 13]] --lkitross (talk) 13:14, 14 June 2010 (UTC)
Ikitross, I am not asking you to provide a ready caption, but to clarify the issues raised above on the image page (i.e. File:MachanaimSinagoga 1.JPG). I have re-added the image to the article, but fully expect you to address the concerns above. —Ynhockey (Talk) 21:33, 14 June 2010 (UTC)
Tried hard! Edited the image page, also the Ma'ale Adumim page. And added info on hospitals and colleges (currently defunct). Also on attractions. --lkitross (talk) 09:50, 15 June 2010 (UTC)

Saragossa[edit]

Hello. Thank you for your message.

I'm afraid I can't help you with a picture from Saragossa because I don't live in Spain. You might want to contact one of the people in the category Wikipedians in Spain, or try leaving a message at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Spain. Sorry I can't help you. — Malik Shabazz Talk/Stalk 03:46, 26 January 2011 (UTC)

Thansk for valuable advice, I shall follow it immediately. Never heard about these things. --lkitross (talk) 10:34, 26 January 2011 (UTC)
Hello! Yes, sure! If you say to me what exactly images you want, I'll take the pictures this weekend :-) Look for images on the Internet of what you want, give me some examples and I'll go to the places in Saragossa to take the photos. Regards! --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 14:11, 26 January 2011 (UTC)
Wonderful! I think the best start is here: tarbut sefarad Zaragoza, they probably know it all. Then: Judeira Antica Zaragoza (the text in Spanish, but shall ask my daughter or you to translate), Remains of Jewihs baths, more is here: Zaragoza Jewish Quarter, Aragon Pyrenees and here (seems to be on Tarazon): video. I would also wanmt to know, who was the author of painting "St. helena interrogates Judas, a Jew" in the Saragosa Art Museum, you can read about it here: REPRESENTACIONES PICTÓRICAS DE LOS JUDÍOS EN ARAGÓN, SIGLOS XIII AL XV.

It is a lot to ask, but even one-two good pictures of Judeira will be fine. And you also can load it yourself, which keeps any license you want. Great thanks, Levi lkitross (talk) 15:22, 26 January 2011 (UTC)

OK! I know all this places ... so I'll take the photos this weekend (Jewish baths are probably the most difficult, cause they are in the basement of a private house, but I'll try it as well). I'll tell you when the photos are uploaded ;-) --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 22:06, 26 January 2011 (UTC)
And if it is possible to ask the Art Museum by phone, who and when painted Saint Helena interrogates Judas, a Jew? Only if it is easy, I do not want to be too cheeky and pushy. Possibly you can understand exact data from the Spanish article itself: REPRESENTACIONES PICTÓRICAS DE LOS JUDÍOS EN ARAGÓN, SIGLOS XIII AL XV. --lkitross (talk) 09:25, 27 January 2011 (UTC)
Yes, I'll go personally to the Museum (it's next to the other places) and ask for the author of the picture. If it's possible I'll take also a photo of the picture. There's nothing about the author in this pdf, only says that is a retable :-S --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 12:11, 27 January 2011 (UTC)
You readiness for help is too good to be true! Thansk a lot. But when I started the third round of searches I found it! See MEDIEVAL REMNANTS OF THE JEWS IN SPAIN. It says:

The dark side is visible in many paintings too. A large, extraordinarily dramatic panel painting called “St. Helena Interrogating Judas,” by Miguel Jiménez and Martín Bernat around 1485-87, just a few years before the expulsion, depicts a legendary scene in which St. Helen questions a kneeling and weeping Jewish man who is believed to know where the true cross of Jesus is buried. This supposedly happened a thousand years earlier, but the luxurious clothing styles of St. Helen and others who crowd the picture are contemporary; the unfortunate detainee wears a dark cloak as per governmental regulations of the time. Ms. Mann notes that this updating of an old legend would have been understood as an allusion to the Inquisition.

So the authorship is established.--lkitross (talk) 13:32, 27 January 2011 (UTC)
Good! ...so now we know who was (or in this case who were) the author. I've found this page (http://www.blesa.info/hisretab.htm)... this is the retable, and the page talk about the authors:

Fue realizada por reconocidos autores de la escuela aragonesa, Miguel Jiménez y Martín Bernat, y sus respectivos talleres

that means:

It was made by the recognised authors of Aragonese school, Miguel Jiménez y Martín Bernat, and their respective workshops

It comes from Blesa, a little town in Teruel province, the "retablo de la Santa Cruz de Blesa" (it means "Retable of the Saint Cross of Blesa"). In the webpage of Zaragoza Museum there's also a reference (http://portal.aragon.es/portal/page/portal/Museo_de_Zaragoza/noticias/nuevas_secciones_antiguedad_gotico_renacimiento) It's funny, cause now I remember that when I was a child we went with the school to Saragossa's Museum, and they explained us the story of a retable, I think that was exactly this retable! :-) --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 14:55, 27 January 2011 (UTC)
Yes, there was an important Jewish community in Saragossa, like in the rest of Aragon (Tarazona is mainly known for its Jewish quarter), but nowadays most of all this Jewish heritage has been lost, and I think that's a pity, because it's also an important part of our history. In the "Gran Enciclopedia Aragonesa" there's a monographic about "Jews in Aragon" (http://www.enciclopedia-aragonesa.com/monograficos/historia/judios_en_aragon/default.asp)... there you can see an interactive map of Jewish Saragossa (http://www.enciclopedia-aragonesa.com/monograficos/historia/judios_en_aragon/multimedia/mapas/zaragoza.htm), and like you say was divided in two quarters: old and new judería (I will make also a version of this map of Saraqusta to show this in order to use it in articles about Saragossa history). The good is that all these streets are still the same in modern Saragossa, with different names and buildings, but the streets still remain, and all of them have this medieval taste of the dark and narrow streets :-) ... Probably (I'm quite sure) there are a lot of Jewish ruins under all these buildings. Another interesting data, all these streets have nowadays catholic saints names [1]: it seems that the Catholic authorities tried to make forget Jews when they were expulsed (they say in order to "clean" the zone :-S). That's the case of "Santo Dominguito de Val Street", a martyr child that was supposed killed by Jews in Saragossa. These are things that are unknown by most of Saragossa inhabitant, ... Aljaferia palace and Muslim heritage are well known and promoted here, but in my opinion we must not forget the other cultures that lived also here. That's a topic that we have to write in Aragonese Wikipedia, cause we even had an Judeo-Aragonese dialect in our country:-) --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 09:31, 28 January 2011 (UTC)
Exciting! Hoping you still planning to produce good pictures. Meanwhile nobody cooperates except you.--lkitross (talk) 10:33, 28 January 2011 (UTC)
I have the photos! :-D... Give me some time to process them and I'll tell you when they are uploaded. I've taken photos to all the streets... I've gone also to the "Jewish baths", but are closed :-( They are in a private building. Talking with neighbours they said to me that Council wants to open them in a next future to the public, but nowadays are impossible to visit if you don't have a key. Regards! --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 14:51, 29 January 2011 (UTC)
Waiting! If the place is closed, I can use photos of others on fair use altyhough the quality will suffer. --lkitross (talk) 18:17, 29 January 2011 (UTC)
Hi! You can see the photos here! :-D ... I have created the category "Judaism in Zaragoza" with all the photos that I've taken related to Jewish Saragossa... I have made also a map with the medieval Jewish quarters of the city and the main buildings. I have explained all the photos in its description (in Aragonese and English, if you want you could add a Russian or Hebrew description also). All the photos have also a link to google maps with the exact location where I took them :-)... We can divide the photos in several groups, ... I explain it to you:
1) two photos that you asked to me, just like they appear in "Tarbut Sefarad" webpage: this (where was the great synagogue) and this (the main gate to Jewish quarter), I've tried to take more or less the same perspective.
2) the location places of the ancient synagoges of Bicorolim and minor synagoge: here and here respectively.
3) the "seven callizos" (siete callizos), or the "new quarter", the part of the Jewish quarter out of the main city wall,... as you know composed by seven streets (callizos, small streets)... nowadays there are 4 of this 7 streets, and they have exactly the same form of the medieval Jewish streets they are Rufas Street, Urrea Street, Hermanos Ibarra Street and Mateo Flandro Street (here it was the synagogue of the seven callizos)
4) Saint Charles square... that's the centre of Jewish Saragossa, and where great synagoge was located. I've taken two photos of the square and old seminary and the church, but unfortunatelly there was scaffoldings :-S (you'll find better photos here). In the same square there is a renacentist palace (Casa de los Morlanes) that has a "menorah" decorating a window, so I take two photos of the detail (n1 and n2)... it was supposed to be made to remember Jewish presence in this place.
5) And in the end I've taken photos of other Jewish quarter streets (Santo Dominguito de Val St., San Lorenzo St. and San Jorge St.) and a photo of an informative panel in St.Charles square (here)
And I think that's all :-) ... I've don't finally gone to museum, because we now the authors of the picture and we can take pictures from Internet. About Jewish Baths... ye I think that you can upload here photos with fair use license (but I don't know if Russian wikipedia admit Fair use :-P) or another opcion is talk to "Tarbut Sefarad" people and ask them if they want to let us upload their images to wikipedia. In any case, I promise that when baths open to public I'll go and take photos :-D ... but probably we must wait years for this :-S... Regards and I hope you like the photos! ;-) --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 21:53, 29 January 2011 (UTC)
Pictures are amazing! We are working on Sunday, so I shall deal with it later. I wrote to Tarbut, meanwhile no answer. As I said you were the single person to cooperate. And how!lkitross (talk) 05:35, 30 January 2011 (UTC)
Added translations to most of your pictures and also added part of them to Russian Saragosa. More to follow. lkitross (talk) 09:48, 31 January 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for the translations! I'm improving also the article about Saragossa in Aragonese wikipedia and I'm going to make a section dedicated to this part of its history. --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 20:56, 31 January 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for pictures! I added several of them to my Russian article Hasdai Cresques. If you write about Jewish history of Saragosa, keepo in mind that riots of 1391 did not happen there due to presence of King in the city. So, Saragosa turned a kind of Jewish center. Hasdai Crescas also sent refuges to Navarra and Palestine. There was also another story of more late period with King Martin, and there is a legend about libel and so-called Purim of Saragosa. Why don't you put your own picture on your user page?lkitross (talk) 21:59, 31 January 2011 (UTC)
OK, I'll keep it in mind. And I'll probably write some article about Aragonese famous Jews like Hasdai Crescas. I don't have uploaded pictures of myself in Commons :-D, ... but I think it's better, in our country there are pleople that doesn't like minority languages like ours :-S ... they don't know how to make a distinction between language and politics :-( ... If you need in the future more information or photos from Zaragoza or something else you know that I'll (and the other Aragonese wikipedians also) try to help you ;-) --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 15:00, 3 February 2011 (UTC)
Professor Blasco from Saragossa Univ. told that Crecsal lived in str. de los Torneros, now Calle Veronica. But it was completely rebuilt in 16th century. I asked her also, if judeira can be seen in the picture: View of Saragossa by Juan Bautista Martínez del Mazo, but she is very busy maybe you know?--lkitross (talk) 15:43, 3 February 2011 (UTC)
Professor Blasco said that it is impossible to see judeira on the painting. More: these Jewish baths, was in reality king's properyt and used for usual hygiene. That Calle Veronica has no old house, and that even your precious photos show only places, were houses were. Sad. lkitross (talk) 22:09, 3 February 2011 (UTC)
Yes,... Calle Veronica is the street where nowadays are the ruins of the Ancient Roman Theather of Caesaraugusta (you can see here the street behind the ruins, and here is the aspect of the street nowadays in google maps, as you can see all the houses are new). In the same place was the "alcaicería" (I think it's like a flea market) of Jewish Saraqusta. And you can see, another reference to cristianism in the core of Jewish quarter :-P ...they change "torneros" (that's the people who work with a potter's wheel, probably the artesans that make pottery lived here) with "Veronica", very simbolic, cause was a Jewish woman converted to cristianism :-S ... I know that picture of old Saragossa, but it's a view of 17th century and there was no juderia in those years... Nevertheless, can you see the broken bridge?... this is the Stone bridge of Saragossa (here) and points directly to the center of Roman Caesaraugusta (Calle Don Jaime I...in the Roman ages was the cardo)... if you look just a little to the left of this point there is a big building in the background (in fact the tallest, in the center of the image),... I think that more or less that was the place where was located the judería. Saragossa is a city that nowadays have a lot of new buildings or reconstructed buildings, so there are only a few medieval buildings... Whe had a couple of little problems (1 and 2) with French in the 19th century :-D... and the city was almost destroyed :-( --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 22:47, 3 February 2011 (UTC)

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Pamplona archives[edit]

Hello! Ufff...yes it's a difficult question, ... Pamplona is out of my action range :-D ... Do you know where are exactly those documents? Maybe you could ask for information to someone in Pamplona or University of Navarre. There is also a "Department of Medieval History" in the University of Zaragoza maybe you could ask someone here... but I don't know exactly who :-S --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 13:59, 17 February 2011 (UTC)

Prof. Asunci”n Blasco Martõnez from Historical departmennt Zaragoza Unv and its telephone is (34) 976-761001) and her extension is 3848 must know it and even have it. I got the tip from professors in our Jerusalem Hebrew University. If you call her it is perfect, any result will the most likely finish the search. She answered me once but then disappeared --lkitross (talk) 16:09, 17 February 2011 (UTC)
OK, I'll try to contact with her, I work also for University of Zaragoza (but in "Systems and Computer Engineering Department" :-P), so I suppose it will be easy... what do you want I exactly ask her? --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 16:15, 17 February 2011 (UTC)
10-11 January 2011 there was a conference in Jerusalem on Crescas, prof Blasco also gave a lecture in Spanish. Spanish ambassador also appaered. I missed he event but made a contact with local professors after that. They say that prof. Asuncion (Suni) Blasco just has this signature! So, ask to put the copy into Wiki. Now she can send me a copy, she can send you a copy and you upload it, she can point to the place, where it is published already. All these possibilities are very good. She can refer to somebody who has it (worse but still gives a hope). She can say that nothing like this exists, it will be the worst but final. The signature of Crescas (seems to be Cresques) in Catalan and Hebrew was found in Pamplona archives. Crescas signed that he obtained some money from King Charles III of Navarra as a messenger of King Martin I of Aragon around 405, and I am dying to have it! In my other article I succeeded to get something personal, like in Russian versions of Salomon Maimon and Azriel Hildesheimer. --lkitross (talk) 07:34, 18 February 2011 (UTC)
I shall try to write to Navarra historical dep too. --lkitross (talk) 16:25, 17 February 2011 (UTC)
Hi, not yet... I have been on holidays since thursday and I was not in Zaragoza. Tomorrow morning I'll try to talk with her. Regards! --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 15:38, 21 February 2011 (UTC)
Hi!....none... I'd tried to contact with her, but I couldn't ... then I sent her an email on tuesday I think... and I'm still waiting :-S... It's strange, maybe she don't want to give us information :-( ... What can we do now?... We can talk with another member of the department maybe? or try to contact with someone in University of Navarre?? :-P --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 16:51, 27 February 2011 (UTC)
Hi! unfortunately not... you think we should try to send a mail to someone in Pamplone? We can try something... I'll write an Aragonese version of the article about Crescas (in fact, as being an Aragonese historical character, it's an article that interest us) ... and then I'll send mails to University of Navarre and Archives in Navarre asking for help to my article... It's more probably that being an article in Aragonese (they maybe are not interested in Russian, but I'm sure they are interested in Aragonese) and writing the emails in Spanish (I know a lot of people that starts sweating and trembling when they see something written in English XD) they'll answer us :-P --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 10:37, 8 March 2011 (UTC)
Hi, how are you? I've had a lot of work this week,... I must travel tomorrow to Barcelona and we have a conference on saturday in Perpignan about Catalan Wikipedia 10th Aniversary, so I've been organizing the travel and the conference... and also we have been working to reach to 25.000 articles on Aragonese Wikipedia for this event (and we've got it! :-D)... I promise to do the article and send the emails this week! Regards! --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 23:44, 17 March 2011 (UTC)
Hello and congratulations! I have been a little bit absent from Wiki this last days. I made a small article in Aragonese wikipedia about an:Hasdai Cresques. I can't translate your article, 'cause I can't speak Russian... but I'll improve the article with the information in English wikipedia. And what about the autograph? Is there any answer from Navarra University? Do you want that I make another try requesting the info for our Aragonese article? On the other hand, we (me and another partner from Aragonese Wikipedia) are thinking to (probably, but not sure) attend Wikimania this year in Haifa. It's a good opportunity to contact with people from other projects. Maybe we can meet here :-) Regards! --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 07:21, 6 April 2011 (UTC)

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Abraham Bar Hiyya[edit]

Done! ca:Abraham Bar Hiyya. Sorry for the delay ;-). Regards! --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 18:24, 12 June 2011 (UTC)

Thanks. lkitross (talk) 08:53, 13 June 2011 (UTC)

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Shalom Aleichem[edit]

Dear Levi, nice to "meet" you. I came across your article at Machanaim and I have fixed the English syntax and wikified it. Congratulations on all your efforts to add good material to the English Wikipedia! Please let me know if I can be of any help to you. Sincerely, IZAK (talk) 09:07, 16 January 2014 (UTC)