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Disambiguate [indian] (or merge it into [india])

The indian tag has 20 questions and no tag wiki or excerpt, and (as far as I can see) except for How did Pocahontas die?, all questions are about India's (former) inhabitants or languages, for which ...
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Please merge the 30-year-war tag into the Thirty Years' War tag

A recent question was tagged 30-year-war, but there is also a thirty-years-war tag and the former should be merged into the latter. Since there are so many questions with the former I guess an alias ...
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Merge the [european] tag into [europe]

There are currently 7 european questions and 515 europe questions; and it does not seem the former have anything special setting them apart from the latter. I therefore suggest the former tag be ...
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Tags "building" and "construction"

Presently, tags building and construction are both in existence. The overwhelming use of both seems to be similar -- questions relating to edifices and how they were set up (either by someone or in ...
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Tags "Crusades" vs "Crusaders"

Both tags crusades and crusaders exist presently. All the questions in the latter, except this one, also use the first tag. Should this situation be modified, or do both tags serve a different (...
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Two tags for Latin

At the moment, we have tags latin and latin-language, both on the Latin language. They're not synonyms of one another. Shouldn't they be merged?
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Should we merge [sumeria] into [sumer]?

While looking for interesting tags to watch, I happened to notice that we have both sumer (currently with 15 questions) and sumeria (with 3 questions), both presumably referring to the bronze-age ...
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Overload of research themed tags

There seems be an amount of rarely used tags: 'research', 'historical-research' and 'research-techniques' which mean approximately the same. There is also a tag titled 'sources' and one 'methodology'. ...
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Tag synonym suggestion: 'business' and 'business-history'

Looking through our site's tags, I found business, buisness, and business-history. All of these tags seem to refer to the same thing. I took the liberty of correcting the buisness tag myself, since ...
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Shouldn't we merge the tags for WWI and WW1?

I just finished writing the tag wiki info for the wwi tag, which only had 6 questions associated with it, which seemed odd. Then I saw a question about WWI that wasn't on the list for the tag I had ...
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Could we merge tags "church" and "christianity"?

There are the following tags related to Christianity (in alphabetical order): catholic-church christianity church pope reformation The first one and the last two are obvious (there is also broad ...
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What is the difference between tags "monarchy" and "kingdom"?

I suggest they would be combined. As I read questions of kingdom they all could be moved to monarchy.
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Merge [war] into [warfare]

We have a war tag and a warfare tag, that I think should be merged, in the context of the site they mean exactly the same. I'd prefer warfare to be the master tag, but that's not really important.
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