Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Petreius

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This page is an archive of the discussion surrounding the proposed deletion of the page entitled Petreius.

This page is kept as an historic record.

The result of the debate was to delete the article.

In Latin, and as far as I can tell, not at all encyclopedic. If I understand it correctly, rather obscene. -- Jmabel 17:11, 21 May 2004 (UTC)

  • Delete, though funny it is. Looks like some one was practising Latin declension. I wonder if this is from the Satyricon? MvHG 08:43, 22 May 2004 (UTC)
  • Delete. The grammar is appalling, which suggests to me that it's original work and not taken from a Latin text. (Just from looking at the first two sentences, the author seems to have confused "habent" (they have) and "habitant" (they live) and has put a singular verb "habet" after the plural noun "omnes".) Proteus (Talk) 19:34, 22 May 2004 (UTC)
  • BJAO(latin)DN? Delete, anyway. --Ben Brockert (:talk:) 22:31, May 23, 2004 (UTC)

Additional reasons for its deletion were provided on Talk:Petreius.

Translated literally, this (almost) reads:

Peters they had in Rome. All had small swords. But Caesar and Marcus had large swords. They loved large swords. Two girls with small sheaths walked [in]. Marcus understood. Marcus repeatedly beat the girls with [his] sword. "Yes, Marcus! Yes!" Marcus cried "Oh God! Yes, girls!"
Farewell, all!

The euphemisms in this text are fairly obvious. See the threads for this article on Wikipedia:Pages needing translation into English and Wikipedia:Votes for deletion.

Callidus 22:08, May 23, 2004 (UTC)

This page is now preserved as an archive of the debate and is no longer 'live'. Subsequent comments on the issue or the deletion should be placed on other relevant 'live' pages. Please do not edit this page.