User talk:Jdemarcos

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Archive 1: April 2004 – August 2012

The Hebrew University has been informed[edit]

Please note me and some more people have contacted the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, on how you try to edit assurances on Michael's Hebrew skills just noting Pagnini's Bible, and not the studies carried out on Christianismi Restitutio, or the Manuscript of Paris, or his access to Hebrew texts. Their studies will be referred in few weeks. Same than a reply to the study on the Pagnini Bible, which is a partial study, not carried out by native Hebrew experts, as the ones I just contacted. This will be also shared with most of Jewish Societies in Spain, for telling them how your institute tries to diminish Michael Servetus's hebraism. You do not know Hebrew nor you know what you talk of, but we will remind you, do you know we hold some peple in Trotta ed. in Spain too? They were very interested on this behavior of yours. להתראות --Noah Bernstein (talk) 04:28, 23 March 2013 (UTC)

Bera de Razes;[edit]

I will try to follow up more promptly with citations. There are a lot of family trees that are consistent with the notion that Bera, count of Razes, was of Visigothic descent, rather than Frankish. A further source of confusion is that many people doing genealogy work do not recognize that Razes was a county in the Carolingian Marca Hispanica, south of Carcassonne, around Limoux and Quillan. They confuse it with the town Razes in the Haute-Vienne of Limousin north of Limoges. When you realize the geographic location of these people and of the people they are said to be descended from and related to in many family trees, it is clear to me that they were Visigothic. I know that family trees are not as good documentation as are other contemporary documents, and that they sometimes contain some incredibly spurious stuff, but I find them good enough as clues. For instance when I followed Bera of Razes family tree back about four generations someone linked the family to a son of one of the early Merovingian kings that much more well documented history says died as a child. It is spurious on its face as there was no way a Frankish prince living in northern Flanders about 500 a.d. is going to get practically to the Mediterranean to marry without notice and documentation.20:35, 17 February 2014 (UTC)~DocSpenser — Preceding unsigned comment added by DocSpenser (talkcontribs)

Catalan Culture Challenge[edit]

I've seen on your userpage that you speak Catalan: From March 16 to April 15 we will be organising the Catalan Culture Challenge, a Wikipedia editing contest in which victory will go to those who start and improve the greatest number of articles about 50 key figures of Catalan culture. You can take part by creating or expanding articles on these people in your native language (or any other one you speak). We look forward to seeing you! Amical Wikimedia--Kippelboy (talk) 07:14, 11 March 2014 (UTC)

ArbCom elections are now open![edit]

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