Talk:II. Of Horatius
What is the source for this? I am worried about copyvio.
Also, the title is not the sort of thing that links well. I mean that to link easily to this page everyone would have to know that this story is called "II. Of Horatius". Not very memorable. We should leave the numbers behind for certain. Compare Rape of Lucretia to see a treatment of a similar story. Note especially that an ancient source (Livy) is cited. Along those lines this might be titled "Horatius at the bridge". Agricola 16:44, 2 September 2007 (CEST)
Found it: Stories from Roman History. I. Of Romulus and Remus is taken from there too, with several other installments projected. The Stories page gives some publication info for the book. Still...large chunks of copyrighted material make my cold wet nose tingle. -- Wolf, aka Marius Peregrinus 04:54, 8 September 2007 (CEST)
- Yes, I asked the poster to halt. The core narrative page was offered in compensation. I'm waiting on some communications before I deal with the "Stories" pages and I hope to recruit a team to work on the "narratives". I expect to wait a couple of weeks because of holiday travel. Agricola 05:40, 8 September 2007 (CEST)