As soon as I saw this, I assumed it was an article on the classical record label . . . :) --Robert Merkel
- You should add an entry. :-) --Zoe
There seems to a bit of an edit spat here, but no-one's bothering to explain their changes. Could someone do so, so that we can reach agreement? Mel Etitis (Μελ Ετητης) 22:25, 8 Feb 2005 (UTC)
- This is a disambiguation page. It should be at Naxos (disambiguation), like many disambiguation pages. Naxos should refer to the Greek island, rather than the record label named for the island or the obscure settlement in Greek Sicily. Yes? Is there any reason to object to these suggestions? --Wetman 06:18, 11 August 2006 (UTC)
The most common Naxos is Naxos (island), but some others come up. Naxos (Sicily) existed 753-403 BCE. It shows up in articles which also mention Carthage, Leontini, Camarina, and Catana. However, any mention of Siege of Naxos, or Battle of Naxos, or Ionian revolt, or Persia means Naxos (island). Nothing ever happened in Naxos (Crete). Nothing has happened in Naxos (Sicily) in 2400 years.
Duke/Duchy of Naxos should be directed to Duchy of the Archipelago.
Other informations:Carefull to tourist in about 4 of July until 18 all the visitors will be stop at paros and then transfer to Naxos island with ferry boat.To the next biggest port of Naxos. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 22:53, 20 June 2009 (UTC)