Topic on User talk:Magnus Manske

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Jura1 (talkcontribs)
Richard Nevell (talkcontribs)
Richard Nevell (talkcontribs)

That's taken care of the articles in the History Workshop Journal, leaving 462 items which are instances of scholarly publications.

Jura1 (talkcontribs)

@Trilotat: some of the remaining ones seem to be yours. Would you double check which P31 is needed?

Trilotat (talkcontribs)

@Jura1 Thanks! I fixed the ones I could find that were from three publications I knew I've worked with. Not sure I got them all. Is there a query I can do to find others that I've generated?

Is is safe to generalize that if there's a DOI, it's a scholarly article, less those with DOI beginning with "10.5962/BHL.TITLE"?

Trilotat (talkcontribs)
Richard Nevell (talkcontribs)

Good spot. I think that's taken care of all the ones I've added. Southern California sounds like a more exotic place for fieldwork than the English midlands!

Trilotat (talkcontribs)

I found one 2.5 in (6.35 cm) arrowhead. Largest and most intact thing i ever dug up. California coastal inhabitants had no need for material culture so shell debris is most common "discovery". Thanks for follow-up. Regards.

Trilotat (talkcontribs)

@RobinMelanson A number of the articles on the subject of linguistics seem to be yours. Do you mind checking to be sure the appropriate P31 is in use? Cheers.

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