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This article says that Cythera is the (mythical) birthplace of Venus. The article about Venus does not include this statement. The article about Aphrodite says that Cythera is the birthplace of Aphrodite. so does the article about Cythera. Should we change this article? --Etxrge 08:06, 31 July 2006 (UTC)
Venus is the Roman version of Aphrodite - the article does not need to be changed.DavidCh0 14:26, 8 September 2006 (UTC)
Ghirlandajo, in 1697, "at the request of Madame de Maintenon" (Schneider, see article's refs.), the commedia dell'arte players were expelled from France (or at least from its capital!) for their "salaciousness". Schneider shows an engraving after a lost painting by W. portraying their tearful departure. Had they also been expelled from Italy? Plausibly, but I have no references at hand. (In any case what does "Italy" mean? Before 1860, as you certainly know, there was no unified Italy, but a collection of separate states. Were they expelled from each of them?) Please explain reverts on talk page or summary. Nice work on the article, BTW. RodC 00:20, 31 October 2006 (UTC)
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