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24 October 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . Italy‎; 02:55 . . (+1). .Kingofwoods (talk | contribs)
  • (diff | hist) . . Homer‎; 02:06 . . (+754). .Katolophyromai (talk | contribs)(Homeric style: restoring part about the Homeric invocation to the Muse, with new sources added and more detail explained)
  • (diff | hist) . . Homer‎; 01:54 . . (-316). .Katolophyromai (talk | contribs)(This is a good idea, but the Muse Homer addresses is not Calliope; she is just *the* Muse. In Homer's poems, there is only one. Only later was she multiplied to become three Muses and then nine. A better source might also be a good idea.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Scottish Gaelic‎; 01:35 . . (-7). .174.119.80.219 (talk)(fixed wording; previous wording makes it sound as if Canadian Gaelic is a separate language, which it isn't; It's known academically as Scottish Gaelic in Canada, as it is spoken by ethnic Scots in Cape Bretno)
  • (diff | hist) . . Scottish Gaelic‎; 01:33 . . (-11). .174.119.80.219 (talk)(it is not native to Canada though, so Canada should not be listed there)
  • (diff | hist) . . Scottish Gaelic‎; 01:32 . . (-34). .174.119.80.219 (talk)(1) there is not "Canadian diaspora"; Scottish Gaelis in Canada are ethnic Scots, aprt of the Scottish diaspora 2) A diaspora is not a place, but Canada is a place, and Scottish Gaelic is spoken there)
  • (diff | hist) . . Scottish Gaelic‎; 01:31 . . (+19). .174.119.80.219 (talk)("Canadian Gaelic" is Scottish Gaelic)

23 October 2017