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The table[edit]

I don't know where to discuss the layout of this table, which needs a wrap-around feature. The table should take up about a third of the browser width. As it is, text is unnecessarily squashed to the left, with blank areas in the table. I'm incompetent to fix it, but I see the problem. Do others? --Wetman 23:34, 29 Nov 2004 (UTC)

The link[edit]

The link is stale, so I removed it, This also fixes the table

Alexander IV[edit]

The idea that Alexander was related to the Conti family is outdated in Italian scholarship. (The editors of Francis of Assisi: Early Documents, vol 2: The Founder (New York: New City Press, 2000), p. 779 (note b) endorse this view as well.)

Also, William's De periculis was officially condemned on October 5th, 1256

Could you edit this information into the respective articles? --Wetman 08:45, 24 November 2005 (UTC)

I've made some simple changes to the bit about Alexander IV, and I linked 'Guillaume' to the proper Wikipedia article. I left the bit about Alexander's relationship to Gregory IX for now, because he probably was related to him in some way -- just not through the Conti. More could be done, I'm sure, but this should stand for now. -- 20:56, 16 December 2005 (UTC)

Early humans700,000 years ago????[edit]

Where is this data from? Wouldn't this contradict all scientific theory about Homo Sapiens outside of Africa? -- (talk) 01:41, 4 September 2012 (UTC)