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Although there is no ID of the currently existing text, here are 2 possible source links:
~ Alcmaeonid 15:45, 18 March 2008 (UTC)
Even if suggested in the current structure of the list of entries, in my opinion it is not appropriate to create Main ns pages dividing the same entry into sub-entries, e.g.:
when in the text they are kept under the same heading (see Page:Dictionary_of_Greek_and_Roman_Biography_and_Mythology_(1870)_-_Volume_3.djvu/123).
What is the added value in dividing into Pandion 1. and Pandion 2. when the "1" and "2" give no clue to the reader of what they mean?
I see only drawbacks:
Here is an example of why all the sub-entries for each article need to be kept together in a single article. Page:Ante-Nicene Christian Library Vol 2.djvu/46 refers to Antinous in this Dictionary. If there are three sub-pages formed for Antinous, then this link will remain red, even once the relevant article is present. Beeswaxcandle (talk) 08:36, 10 June 2014 (UTC)
I created Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology/Aburia gens and Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology/C. Aburius just because I found the links in Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology/Volume 1. I agree there is no point in breaking the entries. I suppose there is a consensus to move them in one now.Ah3kal (talk) 22:28, 28 February 2016 (UTC)
As there are so many short articles in this work, the current presentation is pretty much unnavigable. I see there being two useful ways of presenting it.
# In the same way as fr:Biographie universelle ancienne et moderne - Index Tome 1