User talk:Sfsheath

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Eastern sigillata d[edit]

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Hello Sfsheath, please take a look at eastern sigillata A, etc. I've added a source and changed capitalization. -- Kubanczyk (talk) 09:54, 13 July 2011 (UTC)

Capitalization seems right. I had meant to get around to that change myself, so thanks for doing! Sfsheath (talk) 12:57, 13 July 2011 (UTC)

African red slip[edit]

If you want to move it you should go through WP:RM, but I would oppose it. The term with "ware" is apparently predominant, used by the British Museum etc and preferable as a title in a general encyclopedia, as more explanatory. No doubt specialists omit it, but are readers are not specialists. We have Black-burnished ware & Huntcliff ware, so there is nothing unusual in having this. Johnbod (talk) 00:11, 8 January 2014 (UTC)

You'll win on the basis of being in the top 400. But " ware" is less common in the literature, not used for the other Mediterranean wide Roman ceramic categories (Terra Sigiallta, ESA, ESB, ESC, ESD, Phocaean Red Slip). " ware" looks to be added for more regional categories. The change was unnecessary given how the unappended title had been around. Oh, well.