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I'm glad to have you here at OrthodoxWiki! Many of the goarch links especially need to be revisited, as that website was reorganized. Rather than just deleting broken links, I find it helpful (albeit time-consuming) to search the original site for the article, or even to go to archive.org and see whether the source material is still available. —magda (talk) 20:22, May 22, 2015 (PDT)
- My bad! Doing that makes a lot more sense than just deleting the links. I'll be sure to do that from here on out. — Marra 21:42, May 22, 2015 (PDT)