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== <div style='text-align: center;'>Welcome to [https://www.archiopedia.org/ Archiopedia's] online repository!</div> ==
 
== <div style='text-align: center;'>Welcome to [https://www.archiopedia.org/ Archiopedia's] online repository!</div> ==
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Confused? You may want to begin your research by visiting the unique to date general indices and (progressively digitized) collections of [[Archivum Documentorum Icariae|Icarian manuscripts]] and [[Archivum Documentorum Syndicatuum Studentium|student goverment documents]].
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You could also learn about [[gold mining in the Eastern Desert of Egypt (Roman period)]], or meet [[Addressees of Horace's Odes|the persons behind Horace’s Odes]], or even wonder [[Archaeotrollism|how archaeology and trolling can be merged]].
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Of course, you can just go straight to the [https://repository.archiopedia.org/wiki/Category:General_Index General Index]!
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PS 1. Take some time to read our [https://www.archiopedia.org/notice.html legal notice] and to get a grasp of our [https://www.archiopedia.org/process.html publication and review process].
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PS 2. We want you to contribute to Archiopedia! You can do it by [https://www.archiopedia.org/join.html showing your public support for the project], by [https://www.archiopedia.org/guidelines.html contributing entries or databases] or by commenting!
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Welcome to Archiopedia's online repository!
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Confused? You may want to begin your research by visiting the unique to date general indices and (progressively digitized) collections of Icarian manuscripts and student goverment documents.

You could also learn about gold mining in the Eastern Desert of Egypt (Roman period), or meet the persons behind Horace’s Odes, or even wonder how archaeology and trolling can be merged.

Of course, you can just go straight to the General Index!


PS 1. Take some time to read our legal notice and to get a grasp of our publication and review process.

PS 2. We want you to contribute to Archiopedia! You can do it by showing your public support for the project, by contributing entries or databases or by commenting!