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Disputatio:Victoria (regina Britanniarum)

This really should be Victoria Regina: not only do such titles typically follow the name, but Victoria Regina is already a famous Latin phrase in English--ask any Britton. (Of course... are there any queens named Victoria besides the English one? THat should be taken into account if so)--Iustinus 18:53 iul 13, 2004 (UTC)

I don't know either. According to the en.wp, the recent Swedish crown princess is named Victoria. After her colonation there will be another Queen Victoria, but we don't know when the time would be. If we become very prudent, Victoria Regina Anglica or Victoria Regina (Anglica) would be better. As for the turning of the two words' order, I am for you. Aphaea 20:08 iul 14, 2004 (UTC)
Actually, it seems to me that contrary to what one might expect, when giving a monarch's subject country the form is usually Regina Angliae or Regina Anglorum, rather than Regina Anglica. For the British monarchy, the usual full titulary is something like Dei Gratia Regina Angliae (usually with some other countries thrown in, such as Hiberniae and Scotiae) Obviously we don't need all this for the entry's title, but my point is that if we do this it shoudl probably be something like Victoria Regina (Angliae).--Iustinus 05:04 iul 15, 2004 (UTC)

How do you do, although it is the thing of the report of yours and a Victoria British queen, in order to make it intelligible for the direction to peruse, how is the notation (the name of a country and the name of a place are put in behind a name of a person) "Victoria" (regina Britannica)? Then, I think that Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and distinction are attached.

--Constantius 03:57 iul 18, 2004 (UTC)

Good points: some wikipedias has such format (rex/regina XXX) and I found such style has already been imported to la.wp; Ioannes Carlos (Rex Hispaniae), if I recall correctly. As same as years, it is better for us to make a format for monarchs, Qui (Quo) or Qui (rex Huius). Aphaea 12:42 aug 2, 2004 (UTC)

I still say "Brittaniae" would be better. --Iustinus 16:30 aug 2, 2004 (UTC)

Cur non nominetur "Victoria Brittaniae" usu Vikapediae Anglicae? (i.e. "regina" absente) Doops 08:38 iun 22, 2005 (UTC)
Vel fortasse Victoria (Britaniae). Sed qui de monarchis scribant videntur suum morem scribendi adhibere :( --Iustinus 01:18 iun 23, 2005 (UTC)
Parentheses quoque non sunt cordi meae. Si mihi detur deligere, primum "Victoria Britanniae" proponeam, secundum "Victoria regina Britanniae." Iterum ostendo usum Vikipaediae Anglicae. Si paginas moveam, irasceanturne auctores eorum? Quid putas? Doops 03:26 iun 23, 2005 (UTC)

Doops 03:26 iun 23, 2005 (UTC)

Revertere ad "Victoria (regina Britanniarum)".