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Reviewer: Iazyges (talk · contribs) 17:13, 12 September 2019 (UTC)

CriteriaEdit

GA Criteria

GA Criteria:

  • 1
    1.a 
    1.b 
  • 2
    2.a 
    2.b 
    2.c 
    2.d 
  • 3
    3.a 
    3.b 
  • 4
    4.a 
  • 5
    5.a 
  • 6
    6.a 
    6.b 
  • No DAB links  Y
  • No dead links  Y (Suggest using Wayback Machine to archive all the urls due to high dependence upon them for sources.)
  • No missing citations  Y

DiscussionEdit

Prose SuggestionsEdit

Please note that all of these are suggestions, and can be implemented or ignored at your discretion.

LedeEdit

  • Suggest expanding lede with information, possibly from the history or architecture section; the bit about stamps could definitely be included in the lede. Iazyges Consermonor Opus meum 17:22, 12 September 2019 (UTC)

AzizosEdit

  • and Monimos was equated with Hermes suggest mentioning a few of the domains of Hermes, as you did with Ares; possibly, and Monimos was equated with Hermes, the Greek god of traders and merchants.

HistoryEdit

  • Roman hegemony over the region was still in the process of consolidation suggest Roman hegemony over the region was still being consolidated

Location and classificationEdit

  • Should explain the authority of George F. Taylor, i.e. George F. Taylor, a [nationality] [occupation], categorized.

Architecture and descriptionEdit

  • The now lost pediment used to measure 8.5 metres (28 ft) by 3 metres (9.8 ft). suggest The now lost pediment measured 8.5 metres (28 ft) by 3 metres (9.8 ft).
@Iazyges: thank you for your review and your precious input. I'll make the necessary changes based on your review as soon as I can. ~ Elias Z. (talkallam) 18:19, 12 September 2019 (UTC)
  Archiving of links
  Lead expand
  Expand on Hermes / Monimos
  CE suggestion of the Roman hegemony passage
 Who is George F. Taylor
  CE of ...The now lost pediment measured...
I will get to the other recommendations when I have some time. Thanks again @Iazyges: ~ Elias Z. (talkallam) 09:02, 13 September 2019 (UTC)
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