I am unable to find refrences to a leadership academy existing in the Carolignian period other than vauge sources provided by the academy its self. The academy says it plans on publishing this work to prove its claim, but has not done so as of yet. Stbalbach 23:24, 3 Dec 2004 (UTC)
Initial article pre-empted on details to be released in due course. In the meantime the article has been amended. Factual details about this article are to be released, concomitant with the waiver of the privacy-bound legal restrictions pertaining to the identity of the owners of the medieval manuscripts describing this leadership school.
- You can't just remove the tag. You need to back up the claim with sources. Restoring Dispute tag.Stbalbach 00:32, 5 Dec 2004 (UTC)
Questioning claim of the initial claim-filer (counter-claim)
Stbalbach's comments are evidently based on superficial research. They are based on incomplete information, by his using the internet as his sole research tool, while assuming it is a reliable tool (whilst it is known not to be so). Moreover, the history webpage of Brexgata University Academy is one of an informational nature, highlighting a work in progress, stretching over several years, and aimed at the general public (e.g. it is, as of yet, not a documentational one that would be aimed at historians).
As of January 2005, and thanks to a special funding by a partnership with, among others, UNESC0, eight experts will start consolidating the historical findings accumulated during the past 5 years. Also of importance is the fact that at this moment 24 persons and organizations are involved in the intricate process of (mutually) agreeing on the release of the details and the access to a series of source-documents. It is expected that this process be completed by the end of 2005.
Furthermore, the source-documents are obviously not in English language, and unless Stbalbach demonstrates that he is a qualified linguist as well, he is unqualified to assess the content of the source-documents (were they to be made available to him at this point in time.) We take this opportunity to indicate to Stbalbach that in the Medieval university article (of which he apparently is the author), he has omitted to do research on the university that effectively was Bologna's ancestor, namely the one founded in the year 425, in Constantinople, by Theodose II.
Whether in this Wikipedia article (and the related ones) Stbalbach maintains his "dispute" or not, is no longer of relevance to us, for history will demonstrate him to have been incorrrect in this present matter.
Jacques Nevers, Ph.D.