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This is a modern version of the Celtic Knot, thought by some to be representative of the interweaving of marriage relationships and the Celtic idea of peacemaking through kin exchange.

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I'm really happy to have you here, and look forward to working with you!

When creating surname articles, please paste the full model page shown at - it contains several additiuonal links and headings.

And if a page contains a fair amount of Italian language, you're most welcome to add [[Category:Articles in Italian]] at the bottom.

Robin Patterson (Talk) 10:47, February 11, 2018 (UTC)---- Robin Patterson (Talk) 10:47, February 11, 2018 (UTC)

Templates etc[]

More and more of them. All with nicely-coloured maps, but some with nothing else.

I see that you are using some standard Italian headings, but that the link to Wikipedia is to the English version. It could be good to create a template that saved you time and linked to the Italian Wikipedia. Would you like some help with that?

Familypedia:Multilingual articles sets our current standards for pages in many languages. Following that standard, the template I suggested above should have a name ending in (.it).

I have followed that standard by adding " (.it)" to the names of your articles that are all Italian - but maybe they should also have "surname" replaced by "cognome"?

-- Robin Patterson (Talk) 06:11, May 10, 2018 (UTC)

Who are you? Frankland Johnson (talk) 22:25, June 18, 2020 (UTC)