If anyone has a problem with my treatment of Wales or Scotland fire away. But please, pleeeeese!! Don't take Braveheart as the truth! AlanE 01:20, 9 June 2007 (EDT)
- Changes made to the first paragraph seem to be more desire to change for change's sake than anything important. Yes, some links were made, but one was reverted. (Ideal relates to a mathematical concept.) You added "Longshanks" without taking away my later reference.
In the numerous articles I have done on medieval monarchs I have always started the same way: Person, (dates of life) king/queen of wherever (dates of reign) finishing the sentence with something on the subject that can lead to the body of the aricle. In this I follow the style of "The Oxford Companion To British History", "The Plantagenet Encyclopedia" and other ready reference works on the subject.
During 2007 there was discussion on the subject of British English. It was approved that British spelling could be used on non-American subjects. Consequently I have "reverted your correct spelling to my correct spelling" - as an Australian sysop used to say.