Yes, it's not generally considered proper to delete primary references and not cite as
a reference an article that is essentially being translated.
I figure it is sometimes OK to reference other Wiki articles, unless there is a
controversial claim that is disputed by other scholarly sources, then that needs to be
Just my opinion
Chip Berlet (Cberlet)
From: wikien-l-bounces(a)Wikipedia.org on behalf of Haukur Þorgeirsson
Sent: Sat 7/30/2005 9:49 PM
Subject: [WikiEN-l] Citing Wikipedia within Wikipedia
But shouldn't the English Wikipedia be cited as
a reference? And shouldn't direct quotes, like the Old Norse
text in this article, be sourced to their origin?
So, what do you reference pedants have to say
about all this? :)
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