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::Since (as Josh or Justin has occasionally pointed out) this is a Latin encyclopedia, not a Roman one, we don't want to privilege Rome over all other cities of the world. In fact, if anything, the other wikis may privilege the ''Greek'' versions of these gods: where the English wiki has articles on both versions of similar gods, the Greek one is longer. Its article [[:en:Ares]] has 18,765 chiliocteti, but its article [[:en:Mars]] has 12,409. Its article [[:en:Aphrodite]] has 37,462, but its article [[:en:Venus]] has 17,123. Its article [[:en:Zeus]] has 38,430, but its article [[:en:Jupiter (mythology)]] has 12,409; its articles on the similar Hindu deity, [[:en:Indra]], has 22,453, and its article on the similar Etruscan deity, [[:en:Tinia]], has 1858. The French, German, and Spanish wikis have separate articles for Ares and Mars. The precedent set by the large wikis is clear: our [[Ares]] should have its own article, and the redirect to [[Mars (deus)]] should be deleted. Ares and Mars are similar, but not the same. [[Usor:IacobusAmor|IacobusAmor]] 14:01, 2 Martii 2009 (UTC)
::: I'm with Iacobus here. Writing in Latin doesn't enjoin us to a Roman pov. Given the category ''Mythologia Graeca'', it'd be weird to be redirected to a Roman deity. An ''interpretatio Romana'' tends to obscure the fact that Greek gods and Roman gods seldom if ever have a shared conceptual history, to say nothing about provenience and etymology. --[[Usor:Neander|Neander]] 21:38, 2 Martii 2009 (UTC)
::::As a user who is much more a bystander than an actual editor over here at la.wiki, I would have to say that deities from the Roman and the Greek realm should have separate articles. If they were considered to be separate entities back then, so they should also be considered separate. And as IacobusAmor pointed out above, other Wikipedias have separate articles on appropriate gods. --[[Usor:Ouro|Ouro]] 07:32, 5 Martii 2009 (UTC)
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