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'''Archiepyedia''' is a web-based non-collaborative encyclopedia project that purports to provide essential context to the extraordinary sequence of events described in the ''[[Mathematical Mystery Series|Mathematical Mystery]]'' series of books. It contains authoritative articles on such diverse subjects as [[Archimedes and Pythagoras Vavasor|Archie and Pye Vavasor]], [[The Order of the Romanesco|The Fractal Monks]] and [[George Burgess]]. Archiepyedia was launched by [[Jonathan Pinnock]] in 2020 and has become the world's 17,225th most popular general reference work on the Internet{{citation needed}}.
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'''Archiepyedia''' is a web-based non-collaborative encyclopedia project that purports to provide essential context to the extraordinary sequence of events described in the ''[[Mathematical Mystery Series|Mathematical Mystery]]'' series of books. It contains authoritative articles on such diverse subjects as [[Archimedes and Pythagoras Vavasor|Archie and Pye Vavasor]], [[The Fractal Monks]] and [[George Burgess]]. Archiepyedia was launched by [[Jonathan Pinnock]] in 2020 and has become the world's 17,225th most popular general reference work on the Internet{{citation needed}}.
  
 
The name ''Archiepyedia'' was coined by Jonathan Pinnock{{citation needed}}, and is a combination of ''Archie'', ''Pye'' (a reference to the celebrated Vavasor twins) and ''Wikipedia'' (meaning a load of old cobbled-together badly-sourced tosh that only a gullible idiot would believe).
 
The name ''Archiepyedia'' was coined by Jonathan Pinnock{{citation needed}}, and is a combination of ''Archie'', ''Pye'' (a reference to the celebrated Vavasor twins) and ''Wikipedia'' (meaning a load of old cobbled-together badly-sourced tosh that only a gullible idiot would believe).

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