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Basque or Celtiberian[edit]

As far as i know, Pompey was wintering among the Basques, who were in league w/ him against Sertorius, who fought using Celtiberians. I didn't see the sources for this being a Basque town, and if so, it goes against the above convention, according to this passage from Appian (not that i take Appian's word at face value) "While Pompey was laying siege to Pallantia and underrunning the walls with wooden supports, Sertorius suddenly appeared on the scene and raised the siege. Pompey hastily set fire to the timbers and retreated to Metellus. Sertorius rebuilt the part of the wall which had fallen and then attacked his enemies who were encamped around the castle of Calagurris and killed 3000 of them." from;query= chapter%3D%2314;layout=;loc=1.12.103

The Jackal God 00:42, 23 February 2007 (UTC)

San Zoilo[edit]

Hello, I'm spanish and I've just seen a mistake. Althoug my English is not very well I'm trying to explain this mistake: In introduction's final part we can read "the monastery of San Zoilo..." but this monastery is not localizated in Palencia, it's in Carrión de los Condes, a village in Palencia's province's center. I would like that someone correct that. Thanks.-- (talk) 08:40, 5 July 2008 (UTC)

Hi again, the mistake is not only this, the article is always talking about the province but the it's the article of the capital. -- (talk) 08:44, 5 July 2008 (UTC)


The history section must be rewritten, as it deals chiefly with the CAtholic side, ignoring other more important events. I suspect it was copy-pasted from the Catholic Encyclopedia, an act always discouraged. That material should belong to bishopric of Palencia.

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