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I'm going to split this article and make it a disambig, just so we can sort out the interwikis that are also disambigs (having them as interwikis to a non-disambig also messes up the robots) Til Eulenspiegel (talk) 21:48, 25 February 2012 (UTC)
Please make sure when you do this in the future that you attribute the original article when creating the page. The easiest way to do this is in the edit summary (e.g. "split from Aegialeus"). This attribution is required by the GFDL (to credit the original authors and not make it appear that you're the only author). Thanks! — madman 15:35, 27 February 2012 (UTC)
Aegialeus, an elderly fisherman in the Ephesian Tale, an Ancient Greek novel
Aegialeus, an alternative name used by some scholars for Absyrtus, the son of Aeëtes who was murdered by Medea
Please note that the footnotes for the last sense are in Absyrtus. Although a foolish consistency may be the hobgoblin of little minds, consistency between disambiguation pages is not necessarily foolish; it is grounded in the logical purpose of such pages to serve as quick navigational guideposts. Cheers! bd2412T 13:18, 25 January 2013 (UTC)
Yep, that would have been proper all along. But some topics just seem to have this inescapable je ne sais quoi about them that can blind us all to the obvious stuff like that. Regards, Til Eulenspiegel /talk/ 13:43, 25 January 2013 (UTC)