Talk:Our Lady of Guadalupe

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Skeptoid not reliable source[edit]

A good deal of material cites Skeptoid which is not a reliable source. The material needs to cite to a reliable source or it will have to be removed. Mamalujo (talk) 00:47, 15 May 2014 (UTC)

Size?[edit]

I cannot find this painting's physical dimensions in this article, or anywhere. 189.130.247.194 (talk) 00:20, 26 February 2015 (UTC) baden k.

Yes, the dimensions are not in the article and should be added to the section "technical analyses". According to the Enciclopedia Guadalupana, p.536f. (vol.3) the lienzo was measured by [José Ignacio] Bartolache on 29 December 1786 in the presence of Joseph Bernardo de Nava, a public notary: height, 170cms (67 inches); width 105cms (41 inches). The original height (before it was shielded behind glass, at which time the unpainted portion beyond the Virgin's head must have been cut down) was 229cms - the source for that is Fernández de Echeverría y Veytia (1718-1780), Baluartes de México, (publ. postumously, 1820), p.32. The December 2001 issue (special edition) of Guia México Desconocido (pp. 86) dedicated to the Virgen de Guadalupe has a fact box on p.21 which gives slightly different dimensions: 178cms high and 103cms wide. As an artefact, the tilma is composed of two pieces (originally three) joined longitudinally. The join is clearly visible as a seam passing from top to bottom, with the Virgin's face and hands and the head of the angel on the left piece. It passes through the left wrist of the Virgin. Ridiculus mus (talk) 20:53, 23 March 2015 (UTC)

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Approved documents[edit]

This article seems to be taking on a rather strange character by listing a lot of the primary sources that serve as evidence for Our Lady of Guadalupe. I can't say I've seen any other articles that do this. This may be Wikipedia:OTHERSTUFFDOESNTEXIST but to me it indicates there is likely precedent against doing this. Sizeofint (talk) 03:08, 15 December 2015 (UTC)

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