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My attempt at starting a new article about this lake that is on this projects wanted list has been rejected - see Wikipedia talk:Articles for creation/Amtkel Lake. If anyone on this project can translate further from the Russian, Georgian or Czech articles you might be able to convince the reviewer it is a notable lake. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 19:29, 12 February 2010 (UTC)
Hi and welcome! I think that the topic is notable, but we need to find sources to establish that. I did a quick search and found the following article which seems very relevant, but at the moment I don't have access to it (on Monday I will):
In Turkish history, there were some important people titled Abaza. (For example Melek Ahmet Pasha). So several times I referred to Abaza people in my edits. I usually took them for Abkhazian people. But, all the same, I must note that there was probably no clear distinction between the Abkhazians and Abazins in minds of contemporary chroniclers. Any idea to whom the title Abaza referred ? Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 13:54, 10 March 2011 (UTC)
I'm not sure, I'd guess he would have been Abkhaz but ideally we would want a source to make that call. Another option would be to link to Abazgi, although that is more of a dictionary entry than a proper article. sephia karta | dimmi 14:53, 12 March 2011 (UTC)
Hi everyone. March is Women's History Month and I'm hoping a few folks here at WP:Abkhazia will have interest in putting on events (on and off wiki) related to women's roles in Abkhazia's history, society and culture. We've created an event page on English Wikipedia (please translate!) and I hope you'll find the inspiration to participate. These events can take place off wiki, like edit-a-thons, or on wiki, such as themes and translations. Please visit the page here: WikiWomen's History Month. Thanks for your consideration and I look forward to seeing events take place! SarahStierch (talk) 21:46, 1 February 2012 (UTC)