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(Vital Articles Extended)

This page is a list of important subjects for which Wikipedia should have a corresponding high-quality article, and ideally a featured article.

This page is an expanded version of Wikipedia:List of articles all languages should have, as a huge list of highly notable articles, which could be maintained easier as a set of sub-lists.

Top-priority entries, which are deemed especially necessary for any Wikipedia to have, are marked in bold; like the list itself, these selections should not be viewed as dictating how important certain topics are, but only as a utility for smaller Wikipedias to start from.

See also m:List of articles every Wikipedia should have

Contents


People, 1998[change | change source]

Transcluded from Wikipedia:List of articles all languages should have/Expanded/People.

Actors and Actresses, 120[change | change source]

Silent movies[change | change source]

Europe
  1. Asta Nielsen
  2. Valdemar Psilander
China
  1. Ruan Lingyu
USA
  1. Harold Lloyd
  2. Lillian Gish

Modern era[change | change source]

Canada
  1. Mary Pickford
China
  1. Bruce Lee
  2. Gong Li
Europe
  1. Victor Borge
  2. Marlene Dietrich
  3. Yuri Nikulin
  4. Francisco Martínez Soria
France
  1. Brigitte Bardot
  2. Jean-Paul Belmondo
  3. Bourvil
  4. Louis de Funès
  5. Alain Delon
  6. Fernandel
  7. Jean Gabin
  8. Jean Marais
  9. Gérard Philipe
  10. Michel Piccoli
Great Britain
  1. Julie Andrews
  2. John Cleese
  3. Judi Dench
  4. Audrey Hepburn
  5. Anthony Hopkins
  6. Jeremy Irons
  7. Vivien Leigh
  8. Ida Lupino
  9. Malcolm McDowell
  10. Laurence Olivier
  11. Peter O'Toole
  12. Peter Sellers
Italy
  1. Claudia Cardinale
  2. Kamal Haasan
  3. Gina Lollobrigida
  4. Sophia Loren
  5. Marcello Mastroianni
  6. Alberto Sordi
Sweden
  1. Ingrid Bergman
  2. Greta Garbo
India
  1. Amitabh Bachchan
  2. Guru Dutt
  3. Pran
Japan
  1. Takeshi Kitano
  2. Toshiro Mifune
USA
  1. Fred Astaire
  2. Lauren Bacall
  3. Jack Benny
  4. Sarah Bernhardt
  5. Humphrey Bogart
  6. Marlon Brando
  7. Charles Bronson
  8. Marx Brothers
  9. James Cagney
  10. George Carlin
  11. Johnny Carson
  12. Charlie Chaplin
  13. Claudette Colbert
  14. Gary Cooper
  15. Bill Cosby
  16. Joan Crawford
  17. Bing Crosby
  18. Tom Cruise
  19. Peter Cushing
  20. Bette Davis
  21. Doris Day
  22. Robert De Niro
  23. James Dean
  24. Johnny Depp
  25. Kirk Douglas
  26. Henry Fonda
  27. Jane Fonda
  28. Harrison Ford
  29. Morgan Freeman
  30. Clark Gable
  31. Ava Gardner
  32. Judy Garland
  33. Cary Grant
  34. Gene Hackman
  35. Tom Hanks
  36. Rita Hayworth
  37. Katharine Hepburn
  38. Charlton Heston
  39. Dustin Hoffman
  40. Bob Hope
  41. Samuel L. Jackson
  42. Buster Keaton
  43. Grace Kelly
  44. Gene Kelly
  45. Deborah Kerr
  46. Burt Lancaster
  47. Jerry Lewis
  48. Bela Lugosi
  49. Dean Martin
  50. Steve McQueen
  51. Liza Minnelli
  52. Marilyn Monroe
  53. Eddie Murphy
  54. Paul Newman
  55. Jack Nicholson
  56. Al Pacino
  57. Gregory Peck
  58. Sidney Poitier
  59. Anthony Quinn
  60. Ginger Rogers
  61. William Shatner
  62. Barbara Stanwyck
  63. James Stewart
  64. Meryl Streep
  65. Barbra Streisand
  66. Ed Sullivan
  67. Elizabeth Taylor
  68. Shirley Temple
  69. Spencer Tracy
  70. John Wayne
  71. Orson Welles
  72. Mae West
  73. Robin Williams
  74. Bruce Willis

Artists / Architects, visual, 105[change | change source]

Western painters and illustrators, 73[change | change source]

Ancient era
Europe
  1. Callicrates
  2. Myron
  3. Phidias
  4. Vitruvius
Medieval era
Europe
  1. Hieronymus Bosch
  2. Jan van Eyck
  3. Giotto
  4. Andrei Rublev
Renaissance to early modern era
France
  1. Jacques-Louis David
  2. Eugène Delacroix
  3. François Mansart
  4. Nicolas Poussin
Germany
  1. Caspar David Friedrich
  2. Albrecht Dürer
  3. Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Italy
  1. Borromini
  2. Caravaggio
  3. Bernini
  4. Giovanni Bellini
  5. Sandro Botticelli
  6. Bramante
  7. Canaletto
  8. Piero della Francesca
  9. Andrea Mantegna
  10. Masaccio
  11. Michelangelo
  12. Palladio
  13. Raphael
  14. Andrea del Sarto
  15. Tintoretto
  16. Titian
  17. Paolo Veronese
  18. Leonardo da Vinci
Netherlands
  1. Anthony van Dyck
  2. Peter Paul Rubens
  3. Rembrandt
  4. Johannes Vermeer
Spain
  1. Jusepe de Ribera
  2. Diego Velázquez
Modern era (painters)
Americas
Mexico
  1. Frida Kahlo
United States
  1. Mary Cassatt
  2. Georgia O'Keeffe
  3. Jackson Pollock
  4. Andy Warhol
  5. Grant Wood
Europe
  1. Paul Klee
  2. Gustav Klimt
  3. Edvard Munch
  4. Mark Rothko
  5. Victor Vasarely
France
  1. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
  2. Paul Cézanne
  3. Edgar Degas
  4. Paul Gauguin
  5. Édouard Manet
  6. Henri Matisse
  7. Claude Monet
  8. Pierre-Auguste Renoir
  9. Henri Rousseau
  10. Toulouse-Lautrec
Great Britain
  1. Francis Bacon (artist)
  2. William Hogarth
  3. Margaret Mee
  4. J. M. W. Turner
Netherlands
  1. Vincent van Gogh
  2. Piet Mondrian
Russia
  1. Wassily Kandinsky
  2. Kazimir Malevich
  3. Ilya Repin
Spain
  1. Salvador Dalí
  2. Francisco Goya
  3. Joan Miró
  4. Pablo Picasso

Sculptors, 2[change | change source]

  1. Auguste Rodin
  2. Donatello

Architects, 24[change | change source]

Americas
Brazil
  1. Oscar Niemeyer
United States
  1. Walter Burley Griffin
  2. William Le Baron Jenney
  3. Frank Gehry
  4. Frank Lloyd Wright
  5. Richard Meier
  6. Louis Sullivan
Asia
  1. I. M. Pei
  2. Mimar Sinan
  3. Kenzo Tange
Europe
  1. Alvar Aalto
  2. Le Corbusier
  3. Gaudí
  4. Victor Horta
  5. Richard Neutra
  6. Renzo Piano
  7. Christopher Wren
Germany
  1. Günter Behnisch
  2. Peter Behrens
  3. Walter Gropius
  4. Erich Mendelsohn
  5. Frei Otto
  6. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
  7. Hans Scharoun

Non-Western traditions, 6[change | change source]

China
  1. Shitao
India
  1. Raja Ravi Varma
Iran
  1. Abd al-Samad
Japan
  1. Hiroshige
  2. Hokusai
  3. Sesshū Tōyō

Authors / Poets, 240[change | change source]

  1. Abu Nuwas
  2. Adam Mickiewicz
  3. Aeschylus
  4. Agatha Christie
  5. Aldous Huxley
  6. Alexander Pushkin
  7. Alejo Carpentier
  8. Alexandre Dumas
  9. Alice Walker
  10. Allen Ginsberg
  11. Amir Khusrow
  12. Anton Chekhov
  13. Aristophanes
  14. Arthur C. Clarke
  15. Arthur Conan Doyle
  16. Arthur Miller
  17. Arthur Rimbaud
  18. Astrid Lindgren
  19. Bertolt Brecht
  20. Brothers Grimm
  21. Carl Sandburg
  22. Charles Dickens
  23. Clifford D. Simak
  24. Dante Alighieri
  25. Dashiell Hammett
  26. Douglas Adams
  27. Du Fu
  28. Edgar Allan Poe
  29. Eino Leino
  30. Emily Dickinson
  31. Erich Maria Remarque
  32. Ernest Hemingway
  33. Euripides
  34. F. Scott Fitzgerald
  35. Franz Kafka
  36. Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  37. Gabriel García Márquez
  38. Geoffrey Chaucer
  39. George Bernard Shaw
  40. George Orwell
  41. Ghalib
  42. H. G. Wells
  43. Hafez
  44. Hans Christian Andersen
  45. Harold Pinter
  46. Heinrich Heine
  47. Henrik Ibsen
  48. Henry James
  49. Henry Miller
  50. Hermann Hesse
  51. Hildegard of Bingen
  52. Homer
  53. Horace
  54. Ilf and Petrov
  55. Isaac Asimov
  56. Ivan Vazov
  57. J. R. R. Tolkien
  58. Jack Kerouac
  59. Jack London
  60. Rumi
  61. James Joyce
  62. Jane Austen
  63. Jerome K. Jerome
  64. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  65. John Steinbeck
  66. John Updike
  67. Jonathan Swift
  68. Jorge Luis Borges
  69. José Martí
  70. José Saramago
  71. Jules Verne
  72. Kālidāsa
  73. Kurt Vonnegut
  74. Langston Hughes
  75. Leo Tolstoy
  76. Lewis Carroll
  77. Li Bai
  78. Livius Andronicus
  79. Lord Byron
  80. Marcel Proust
  81. Mark Twain
  82. Mario Vargas Llosa
  83. Martin Amis
  84. Mary Wollstonecraft
  85. Matsuo Bashō
  86. Maxim Gorky
  87. Miguel de Cervantes
  88. Mikhail Bulgakov
  89. Molière
  90. Murasaki Shikibu
  91. Naguib Mahfouz
  92. Nathaniel Hawthorne
  93. Nikolai Gogol
  94. Nikos Kazantzakis
  95. O. Henry
  96. Olaf Stapledon
  97. Omar Khayyám
  98. Oscar Wilde
  99. Ovid
  100. Pablo Neruda
  101. Petrarch
  102. Philip K. Dick
  103. Plutarch
  104. Rabindranath Tagore
  105. Rainer Maria Rilke
  106. Ray Bradbury
  107. Raymond Chandler
  108. Roald Dahl
  109. Robert A. Heinlein
  110. Robert Frost
  111. Robert Louis Stevenson
  112. Robert Sheckley
  113. Rudyard Kipling
  114. Saadi Shirazi
  115. Salman Rushdie
  116. Sappho
  117. Saul Bellow
  118. Sophocles
  119. Thomas Hardy
  120. Thomas Mann
  121. Thomas Pynchon
  122. Toni Morrison
  123. Truman Capote
  124. Umberto Eco
  125. Victor Hugo
  126. Virgil
  127. Virginia Woolf
  128. Vladimir Nabokov
  129. W. S. Gilbert
  130. Walt Whitman
  131. William Blake
  132. W. B. Yeats
  133. William Shakespeare
  134. Yasunari Kawabata
  135. Yukio Mishima
  136. Zeami Motokiyo

Ancient, 3[change | change source]

  1. Qu Yuan
  2. Aesop
  3. Menander

Middle Ages, 8[change | change source]

  1. Ferdowsi
  2. Jami
  3. Kabir
  4. Nizami Ganjavi
  5. Rudaki
  6. Giovanni Boccaccio
  7. Chrétien de Troyes
  8. Christine de Pizan

Middle Ages, 14[change | change source]

  1. Fuzûlî
  2. Tulsidas
  3. Wu Cheng'en
  4. Pedro Calderón de la Barca
  5. Luís de Camões
  6. Pierre Corneille
  7. Gavrila Derzhavin
  8. John Dryden
  9. Christopher Marlowe
  10. John Milton
  11. Jean Racine
  12. Edmund Spenser
  13. Lope de Vega

Modern, 79[change | change source]

  1. Chinua Achebe
  2. Wole Soyinka
  3. Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o
  4. J. M. Coetzee
  5. Nadine Gordimer
  6. Margaret Atwood
  7. Pearl S. Buck
  8. T. S. Eliot
  9. William Faulkner
  10. John Grisham
  11. Ken Kesey
  12. Stephen King
  13. Ursula K. Le Guin
  14. Sinclair Lewis
  15. Herman Melville
  16. Margaret Mitchell
  17. Mario Puzo
  18. Ezra Pound
  19. J. D. Salinger
  20. Isaac Bashevis Singer
  21. Harriet Beecher Stowe
  22. Gore Vidal
  23. William Carlos Williams
  24. Jorge Amado
  25. Chinghiz Aitmatov
  26. Muhammad Iqbal
  27. Kenzaburō Ōe
  28. Lu Xun
  29. Kahlil Gibran
  30. France Prešeren
  31. Ismail Kadare
  32. Joseph Conrad
  33. Sándor Petőfi
  34. Henryk Sienkiewicz
  35. Taras Shevchenko
  36. Elie Wiesel
  37. Anna Akhmatova
  38. Joseph Brodsky
  39. Ivan Bunin
  40. Alexander Grin
  41. Nikolay Karamzin
  42. Mikhail Lermontov
  43. Vladimir Mayakovsky
  44. Nikolay Nekrasov
  45. Boris Pasternak
  46. Mikhail Sholokhov
  47. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
  48. Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy
  49. Ivan Turgenev
  50. Fyodor Tyutchev
  51. Antonin Artaud
  52. Honoré de Balzac
  53. Charles Baudelaire
  54. Karen Blixen
  55. Gustave Flaubert
  56. Anne Frank
  57. Federico García Lorca
  58. André Gide
  59. Knut Hamsun
  60. Eugène Ionesco
  61. Selma Lagerlöf
  62. Eugenio Montale
  63. Luigi Pirandello
  64. Friedrich Schiller
  65. August Strindberg
  66. Tristan Tzara
  67. Émile Zola
  68. Kingsley Amis
  69. W. H. Auden
  70. Enid Blyton
  71. Anthony Burgess
  72. Robert Graves
  73. John Keats
  74. C. S. Lewis
  75. Alan Moore
  76. V. S. Naipaul
  77. Walter Scott
  78. John Millington Synge
  79. William Wordsworth

Composers and musicians, 139[change | change source]

Western art music[change | change source]

Composers
  1. Mily Balakirev
  2. Georges Bizet
  3. Alexander Borodin
  4. César Cui
  5. Guillaume Dufay
  6. Gustav Holst
  7. Jon Lord
  8. Alan Parsons
  9. Bedřich Smetana
  10. Anahit Tsitsikian
  11. Pancho Vladigerov
Medieval and Renaissance
  1. Giovanni da Palestrina
Baroque period (1600–1760)
  1. Johann Sebastian Bach
  2. George Frideric Handel
  3. Claudio Monteverdi
  4. Antonio Vivaldi
Classical period (1730–1820)
  1. Joseph Haydn
  2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Romantic period (1815–1910)
  1. Ludwig van Beethoven
  2. Hector Berlioz
  3. Johannes Brahms
  4. Anton Bruckner
  5. Frédéric Chopin
  6. Antonín Dvořák
  7. Edvard Grieg
  8. Franz Liszt
  9. Gustav Mahler
  10. Felix Mendelssohn
  11. Modest Mussorgsky
  12. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
  13. Gioachino Rossini
  14. Franz Schubert
  15. Robert Schumann
  16. Johann Strauss
  17. Gilbert and Sullivan
  18. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  19. Giuseppe Verdi
  20. Richard Wagner
20th century
  1. Harold Arlen
  2. Béla Bartók
  3. Claude Debussy
  4. Joe Hisaishi
  5. Sergei Prokofiev
  6. Giacomo Puccini
  7. Maurice Ravel
  8. Arnold Schoenberg
  9. Dmitri Shostakovich
  10. Jean Sibelius
  11. Igor Stravinsky
Performers
Conductors
  1. Leonard Bernstein
Singers
  1. Umm Kulthum
  2. Vladimir Vysotsky
Violinists/celist
  1. Yo-Yo Ma
  2. Niccolò Paganini

Non-Western art music[change | change source]

  1. Ravi Shankar

Folk and popular music[change | change source]

  1. ABBA
  2. Mariah Carey
  3. Cher
  4. David Coverdale
  5. Bruce Dickinson
  6. Ronnie James Dio
  7. Celine Dion
  8. Michael Jackson
  9. Elton John
  10. Madonna
  11. Bob Marley
  12. Joni Mitchell
  13. Frank Sinatra
  14. Stevie Wonder
American folk and country
  1. Johnny Cash
  2. Faith Hill
  3. Alan Jackson
  4. George Jones
  5. Barbara Mandrell
  6. Peter, Paul and Mary
  7. Reba McEntire
  8. Ronnie Milsap
  9. Dolly Parton
  10. Hank Williams
Blues and soul
  1. Ray Charles*
  2. Aretha Franklin*
  3. B.B. King
Composers and songwriters
  1. Vangelis
Film music
  1. Jerry Goldsmith
  2. Henry Mancini
  3. Ennio Morricone
  4. Richard Rogers
  5. Miklós Rózsa
  6. Max Steiner
  7. John Williams
Guitarists
  1. John Lee Hooker
  2. Stevie Ray Vaughan
Hip-hop and rap
  1. Tupac Shakur
Jazz
  1. Louis Armstrong
  2. Miles Davis
  3. George Gershwin
  4. Antônio Carlos Jobim
  5. Glenn Miller
Musical comedy and lyricists
  1. Irving Berlin
  2. Jerome Kern
  3. Cole Porter
  4. Andrew Lloyd Webber
Non-English language singers
  1. Édith Piaf
  2. Lata Mangeshkar
  3. Alla Pugacheva
  4. Mohammed Rafi
  5. Zhou Xuan
Rock
  1. AC/DC
  2. John Barry
  3. The Beatles
    1. John Lennon
    2. Paul McCartney
  4. Chuck Berry
  5. David Bowie
  6. Eric Clapton
  7. Joe Cocker
  8. Phil Collins
  9. Alice Cooper
  10. Deep Purple
  11. The Doors
  12. Bob Dylan
  13. Peter Gabriel
  14. Simon & Garfunkel
  15. Jimi Hendrix
  16. Janis Joplin
  17. Metallica
  18. Gary Moore
  19. Nirvana
  20. Ozzy Osbourne
  21. Pink Floyd
    1. Roger Waters
  22. Elvis Presley
  23. Queen
    1. Freddie Mercury
  24. Linda Ronstadt
  25. Black Sabbath
  26. Bruce Springsteen
  27. The Rolling Stones
    1. Keith Richards
    2. Mick Jagger
  28. Tina Turner
  29. U2
  30. Led Zeppelin

Criminals, 3[change | change source]

  1. Billy the Kid
  2. Al Capone
  3. Pablo Escobar

Directors, producers & screenwriters, 72[change | change source]

  1. Woody Allen
  2. Pedro Almodóvar
  3. Robert Altman
  4. Jean-Jacques Annaud
  5. Roberto Benigni
  6. Ingmar Bergman
  7. Bernardo Bertolucci
  8. Danny Boyle
  9. Ken Burns
  10. James Cameron
  11. Frank Capra
  12. Clint Eastwood
  13. Francis Ford Coppola
  14. George Cukor
  15. Walt Disney
  16. Carl Theodor Dreyer
  17. Sergei Eisenstein
  18. Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  19. John Ford
  20. Miloš Forman
  21. Bob Fosse
  22. Jean-Luc Godard
  23. Samuel Goldwyn
  24. Terry Gilliam
  25. D. W. Griffith
  26. Alfred Hitchcock
  27. Ron Howard
  28. John Huston
  29. Elia Kazan
  30. Andrei Konchalovsky
  31. Stanley Kubrick
  32. Akira Kurosawa
  33. Fritz Lang
  34. David Lean
  35. Ang Lee
  36. Frank Lloyd
  37. George Lucas
  38. Sidney Lumet
  39. Auguste and Louis Lumière
  40. Joseph L. Mankiewicz
  41. Frances Marion
  42. Nikita Mikhalkov
  43. Lewis Milestone
  44. Brian De Palma
  45. Alan Parker
  46. Roman Polanski
  47. Sydney Pollack
  48. Carlo Ponti
  49. Leni Riefenstahl
  50. Satyajit Ray
  51. Robert Redford
  52. Jean Renoir
  53. Carlos Saura
  54. Martin Scorsese
  55. David O. Selznick
  56. Mack Sennett
  57. Vittorio De Sica
  58. Aaron Sorkin
  59. Steven Spielberg
  60. Oliver Stone
  61. Quentin Tarantino
  62. Irving Thalberg
  63. Giuseppe Tornatore
  64. Lars von Trier
  65. Luchino Visconti
  66. Hal B. Wallis
  67. Wim Wenders
  68. Billy Wilder
  69. Robert Wise
  70. William Wyler
  71. Darryl F. Zanuck
  72. Robert Zemeckis

Entrepreneurs, 40[change | change source]

Ancient, 1
  1. Marcus Licinius Crassus
Middle age, 1
  1. Lorenzo de' Medici
Industrial revolution, 19
  1. Samuel Crompton
  2. Thomas Newcomen
  3. John Jacob Astor
  4. Joseph Seligman
  5. Jamsetji Tata
United States
  1. Andrew Carnegie
  2. James Buchanan Duke
  3. Henry Ford
  4. Meyer Guggenheim
  5. Charles T. Hinde
  6. Howard Hughes
  7. J. P. Morgan
  8. J. Paul Getty
  9. William Randolph Hearst
  10. John D. Rockefeller
  11. Leland Stanford
  12. Cornelius Vanderbilt
  13. Madam C. J. Walker
  14. George Westinghouse
Modern, 8
  1. Xu Rongmao
  2. Coco Chanel
  3. Alan Sugar
  4. Dhirubhai Ambani
  5. Muhammad Yunus
  6. Enzo Ferrari
United States
  1. Ray Kroc
  2. Sam Walton
Contemporary, 11
  1. Mukesh Ambani
  2. Carlos Slim
  3. Sergey Brin
  4. Richard Branson
United States
  1. Bill Gates
  2. Steve Jobs
  3. Elon Musk
  4. Larry Page
  5. Donald Trump
  6. Ted Turner
  7. Mark Zuckerberg

Explorers, 30[change | change source]

Earlier
  1. Ibn Battuta
  2. Leif Ericson
Age of discovery
  1. Willem Barentsz
  2. John Cabot
  3. Pedro Álvares Cabral
  4. Jacques Cartier
  5. Christopher Columbus
  6. Hernán Cortés
  7. Francis Drake
  8. Juan Sebastián Elcano
  9. Vasco da Gama
  10. Ferdinand Magellan
  11. Ponce de Leon
  12. Francisco Pizarro
  13. Marco Polo
  14. Hernando de Soto
  15. Abel Tasman
  16. Amerigo Vespucci
  17. Zheng He
Early modern
  1. Vitus Bering
  2. James Cook
  3. Alexander von Humboldt
  4. David Livingstone
  5. Henry Morton Stanley
Modern
  1. Roald Amundsen
  2. Neil Armstrong
  3. Yuri Gagarin
  4. John Glenn
  5. Edmund Hillary
  6. Tenzing Norgay

Performing artists, 40[change | change source]

  1. Alvin Ailey
  2. Marian Anderson
  3. Frederick Ashton
  4. Mikhail Baryshnikov*
  5. Maurice Béjart
  6. Carlo Blasis
  7. Andrea Bocelli
  8. Erik Bruhn
  9. Enrico Caruso
  10. Cyd Charisse
  11. Boris Christoff
  12. Plácido Domingo
  13. Isadora Duncan
  14. Fanny Elssler
  15. Michel Fokine
  16. Margot Fonteyn
  17. Gregory Hines
  18. Avdotia Istomina
  19. Robert Joffrey
  20. Tamara Karsavina
  21. Rudolf von Laban
  22. Jenny Lind
  23. Natalia Makarova
  24. Arthur Mitchell
  25. Vaslav Nijinsky
  26. Birgit Nilsson
  27. Rudolf Nureyev
  28. Luciano Pavarotti
  29. Anna Pavlova
  30. Marius Petipa
  31. Leontyne Price
  32. Jerome Robbins
  33. Renata Scotto
  34. Antoinette Sibley
  35. Beverly Sills
  36. Frederica von Stade
  37. Marie Taglioni
  38. Maria Tallchief
  39. Twyla Tharp
  40. Gaétan Vestris

Philosophers, historians, political and social scientists, 170[change | change source]

Philosophers, 84[change | change source]

Ancient, 18
  1. Aristotle
  2. Augustine of Hippo
  3. Boethius
  4. Confucius
  5. Diogenes of Sinope
  6. Han Fei
  7. Heraclitus
  8. Laozi
  9. Li Si
  10. Mencius
  11. Plato
  12. Ptahhotep
  13. Seneca the Younger
  14. Shang Yang
  15. Socrates
  16. Thales
  17. Xunzi
  18. Zhuangzi
Middle Ages, 10
  1. Averroes
  2. Francis Bacon
  3. Giordano Bruno
  4. Duns Scotus
  5. Maimonides
  6. Nicholas of Cusa
  7. Thomas Aquinas
  8. Wang Yangming
  9. William of Ockham
  10. Zhu Xi
Early modern, 21
  1. George Berkeley
  2. Johan Amos Comenius
  3. René Descartes
  4. Desiderius Erasmus
  5. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  6. Thomas Hobbes
  7. David Hume
  8. William James
  9. Immanuel Kant
  10. Søren Kierkegaard
  11. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
  12. John Locke
  13. John Stuart Mill
  14. Montesquieu
  15. Friedrich Nietzsche
  16. Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  17. Friedrich Schleiermacher
  18. Arthur Schopenhauer
  19. Baruch Spinoza
  20. Emanuel Swedenborg
  21. Voltaire
Modern, 35
  1. Theodor W. Adorno
  2. Mikhail Bakhtin
  3. Simone de Beauvoir
  4. Walter Benjamin
  5. Henri Bergson
  6. Isaiah Berlin
  7. Ernst Bloch
  8. Martin Buber
  9. Albert Camus
  10. Ernst Cassirer
  11. Benedetto Croce
  12. Gilles Deleuze
  13. Jacques Derrida
  14. John Dewey
  15. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  16. Ludwig Feuerbach
  17. Johann Gottlieb Fichte
  18. Gottlob Frege
  19. Hans-Georg Gadamer
  20. Jürgen Habermas
  21. Martin Heidegger
  22. Edmund Husserl
  23. Julia Kristeva
  24. Thomas Kuhn
  25. Imre Lakatos
  26. Yuri Lotman
  27. Marshall McLuhan
  28. Maurice Merleau-Ponty
  29. Karl Popper
  30. John Rawls
  31. Bertrand Russell
  32. Jean-Paul Sartre
  33. Miguel de Unamuno
  34. Alfred North Whitehead
  35. Ludwig Wittgenstein

Historians, 15[change | change source]

Ancient, 6
  1. Eusebius
  2. Herodotus
  3. Livy
  4. Thucydides
  5. Sima Qian
  6. Xenophon
Middle Ages, 1
  1. Ibn Khaldun
Early modern, 2
  1. Edward Gibbon
  2. Leopold von Ranke
Modern, 6
  1. Fernand Braudel
  2. Christopher Hill
  3. Theodor Mommsen
  4. A. J. P. Taylor
  5. Barbara W. Tuchman
  6. Frederick Jackson Turner

Social scientists, economists and political writers, 35[change | change source]

Antiquity, 1
  1. Chanakya
Middle Ages, 1
  1. Niccolò Machiavelli
Early modern period, 4
  1. Thomas Robert Malthus
  2. François Quesnay
  3. David Ricardo
  4. Adam Smith
Modern, 29
  1. Raymond Aron
  2. Pierre Bourdieu
  3. Noam Chomsky*
  4. Émile Durkheim
  5. Michel Foucault
  6. Milton Friedman
  7. Anthony Giddens, Baron Giddens
  8. Hermann Heinrich Gossen
  9. Antonio Gramsci
  10. John Maynard Keynes*
  11. Paul Krugman
  12. Thomas Paine
  13. Talcott Parsons
  14. Claude Lévi-Strauss
  15. Rosa Luxemburg*
  16. Karl Marx*
  17. C. Wright Mills
  18. Hans Morgenthau
  19. Gunnar Myrdal
  20. John Forbes Nash, Jr.*
  21. Bertil Ohlin
  22. Stein Rokkan
  23. Max Scheler
  24. Werner Sombart
  25. Pitirim Sorokin
  26. Herbert Spencer
  27. William Vickrey
  28. Max Weber*

Psychologists, 30[change | change source]

  1. Alfred Adler
  2. Gordon Allport
  3. Albert Bandura
  4. Raymond Cattell
  5. Hans Eysenck
  6. Albert Ellis
  7. Erik Erikson
  8. Gustav Fechner*
  9. Leon Festinger
  10. Sigmund Freud*
  11. Erich Fromm
  12. Jane Goodall
  13. Donald O. Hebb
  14. Hermann von Helmholtz
  15. Karl Jaspers
  16. Carl Jung
  17. Kurt Lewin
  18. Abraham Maslow*
  19. David McClelland
  20. George Armitage Miller*
  21. Ivan Pavlov*
  22. Jean Piaget*
  23. Carl Rogers
  24. Otto Rank
  25. Stanley Schachter
  26. B. F. Skinner*
  27. Benjamin Spock
  28. Edward Thorndike
  29. John B. Watson
  30. Lev Vygotsky

Religious figures, 126[change | change source]

Abrahamic religions, 86[change | change source]

  1. Abraham
  2. Adam
  3. Daniel
  4. David
  5. Elijah
  6. Ezra
  7. Gabriel
  8. Isaiah
  9. Moses
  10. Noah
  11. Solomon
Christianity, 55
  1. Mary (mother of Jesus)
  2. Jesus
  3. John the Apostle
  4. John the Baptist
  5. Thomas More
  6. Paul the Apostle
  7. Saint Peter
Eastern Christianity
  1. Arius
  2. Athanasius of Alexandria
  3. Basil of Caesarea
  4. John Chrysostom
  5. Clement of Alexandria
  6. Cyril of Alexandria
  7. John of Damascus
  8. Saints Cyril and Methodius
  9. Gregory of Nazianzus
  10. Nestorius
  11. Saint Nicholas
  12. Patriarch Nikon
  13. Gregory of Nyssa
  14. Origen
Popes
  1. Pope Clement I
  2. Pope Gregory I
  3. Pope Leo I
  4. Pope Paul VI
  5. Pope Pius IX
Protestantism
  1. Jacobus Arminius
  2. Karl Barth
  3. Dietrich Bonhoeffer
  4. John Calvin*
  5. Thomas Cranmer
  6. Mary Baker Eddy
  7. Billy Graham
  8. John Knox
  9. Philipp Melanchthon*
  10. Menno Simons
  11. Joseph Smith
  12. Charles Spurgeon
  13. John Wesley
  14. Huldrych Zwingli
Western Christianity
  1. Ambrose
  2. Francis of Assisi
  3. Bonaventure
  4. Columba
  5. John of the Cross
  6. Saint George
  7. Jan Hus
  8. Irenaeus
  9. Jerome
  10. Ignatius of Loyola
  11. Benedict of Nursia
  12. Tertullian
  13. Tomás de Torquemada
  14. John Wycliffe
  15. Francis Xavier
Islam, 13
  1. Fatimah
  2. Muhammad
Shi'a Islam
  1. Ali
  2. Hussein ibn Ali
  3. Ja'far al-Sadiq
Sunni Islam
  1. Muhammad al-Bukhari
  2. Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj
  3. Al-Nawawi
  4. Al-Shafi‘i
  5. Malik ibn Anas
  6. Ahmad ibn Hanbal
  7. Abū Ḥanīfa
  8. Ibn Taymiyyah
Judaism, 8
  1. Judah Loew ben Bezalel
  2. Vilna Gaon
  3. Akiva ben Joseph
  4. Rashi
  5. Baal Shem Tov
Others, 2
  1. Al-Ghazali
  2. Ibn Arabi

Buddhism, 17[change | change source]

  1. Gautama Buddha
  2. Thich Nhat Hanh
  3. 14th Dalai Lama
  4. Longchenpa
  5. Nagarjuna
  6. Padmasambhava
Chinese Buddhism
  1. Bodhidharma
  2. Huineng
  3. Huiyuan (Buddhist)
  4. Kumārajīva
  5. Zhiyi
Indian Buddhism
  1. Ananda
  2. Maudgalyayana
  3. Sariputta
  4. Vasubandhu
Japanese Buddhism
  1. Dōgen
  2. Kūkai

Hinduism, 18[change | change source]

Ancient
  1. Kanada
  2. Kapila
  3. Patanjali
  4. Valmiki
  5. Vyasa
Medieval
  1. Basava
  2. Kumārila Bhaṭṭa
  3. Gaudapada
  4. Madhvacharya
  5. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu
  6. Ramanuja
  7. Adi Shankara
Modern
  1. Sri Aurobindo
  2. Ramana Maharshi
  3. A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
  4. Ramakrishna
  5. Swami Vivekananda
  6. Paramahansa Yogananda

Others, 5[change | change source]

Bahá'í
  1. Báb
  2. Bahá'u'lláh
Sikhism
  1. Guru Nanak
  2. Guru Gobind Singh
Zoroastrianism
  1. Zoroaster

Politicians and leaders, 341[change | change source]

Ancient[change | change source]

Asia[change | change source]
Central Asia
  1. Cyrus the Great
  2. Semiramis
Eastern Asia
  1. Qin Shi Huang
  2. Sun Tzu
Egypt
  1. Akhenaten
  2. Cleopatra
  3. Djoser
  4. Hatshepsut
  5. Nefertiti
  6. Ptolemy I Soter
  7. Ramesses II
  8. Thutmose III
  9. Tutankhamun
  10. Seti I
Southern Asia
  1. Ashoka
  2. Chandragupta Maurya
Western Asia
  1. Croesus
  2. Hammurabi
  3. Mithridates VI of Pontus
  4. Queen of Sheba
Europe[change | change source]
Ancient Rome
  1. Antoninus Pius
  2. Augustus
  3. Constantine the Great
  4. Domitian
  5. Julius Caesar
  6. Marcus Aurelius
  7. Nero
  8. Theodosius I
  9. Tiberius
  10. Trajan
Eastern Europe
  1. Attila
  2. Pyrrhus of Epirus
Hellenistic Kingdom
  1. Seleucus I Nicator
Macedonia
  1. Alexander the Great
  2. Philip II of Macedon
Greece
  1. Alcibiades
  2. Demosthenes
  3. Pericles
  4. Solon
Western Europe
  1. Alaric I
  2. Arminius
  3. Boudica
  4. Vercingetorix
  5. Hannibal

Middle Ages[change | change source]

Asia[change | change source]
Byzantine Empire
  1. Basil II
  2. Heraclius
  3. Justinian I
  4. Leo III the Isaurian
  5. Manuel I Komnenos
Caliphates
  1. Abu Bakr
  2. Harun al-Rashid
  3. Muawiyah I
  4. Umar
  5. Uthman ibn Affan
Central Asia
  1. Batu Khan
  2. Hulagu Khan
  3. Timur
  4. Ulugh Beg
China
  1. Kublai Khan
Eastern Asia
  1. Genghis Khan
  2. Ögedei Khan
Western Asia
  1. Mehmed the Conqueror
  2. Osman I
  3. Saladin
Europe[change | change source]
Eastern Europe
  1. Matthias Corvinus
  2. Simeon I of Bulgaria
  3. Stephen I of Hungary
  4. Vlad the Impaler
England and Scotland
  1. Alfred the Great
  2. Edward I of England
  3. Henry II of England
  4. John, King of England
  5. Richard I of England
  6. William the Conqueror
France
  1. Charlemagne
  2. Chlothar I
  3. Clovis I
  4. Louis the Pious
  5. Louis XI of France
  6. Philip II of France
  7. Philip IV of France
Germany
  1. Arnulf of Carinthia
  2. Charles the Fat
  3. Henry the Fowler
Holy Roman Empire
  1. Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor
  2. Charles the Bald
  3. Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor
  4. Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor
  5. Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor
  6. Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor
  7. Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor
Italy
  1. Girolamo Savonarola
  2. Lucrezia Borgia
Papal States
  1. Pope Alexander VI
  2. Pope Boniface VIII
  3. Pope Gregory VII
  4. Pope Innocent III
Poland and Lithuania
  1. Bolesław I Chrobry
  2. Jogaila
  3. Mieszko I of Poland
Russia
  1. Alexander Nevsky
  2. Ivan III of Russia
  3. Sviatoslav I of Kiev
  4. Vladimir the Great
Southern Europe
  1. Theoderic the Great
Western Europe
  1. Afonso I of Portugal
  2. Cnut the Great
  3. Ferdinand II of Aragon
  4. Henry the Navigator
  5. Isabella I of Castile
  6. Lothair I

Early modern period[change | change source]

Americas[change | change source]
Americas
  1. Atahualpa
  2. Moctezuma II
  3. Sitting Bull
United States
  1. Alexander Hamilton
  2. George Washington
  3. James Madison
  4. John Adams
  5. Thomas Jefferson
Asia[change | change source]
Central Asia
  1. Abbas I of Persia
  2. Babur
  3. Humayun
Japan
  1. Oda Nobunaga
  2. Tokugawa Ieyasu
  3. Toyotomi Hideyoshi
Southern Asia
  1. Akbar
  2. Aurangzeb
  3. Shah Jahan
Western Asia
  1. Mehmed IV
  2. Selim I
  3. Selim III
  4. Suleiman the Magnificent
Europe[change | change source]
England and Scotland
  1. Charles I of England
  2. Elizabeth I of England
  3. Henry VIII
  4. James VI and I
  5. Mary I of England
  6. Mary, Queen of Scots
  7. Robert Walpole
  8. William III of England
  9. William Pitt the Younger
France
  1. Cardinal Mazarin
  2. Cardinal Richelieu
  3. Catherine de' Medici
  4. Francis I of France
  5. Henry IV of France
  6. Louis XIV
  7. Louis XV of France
  8. Louis XVI of France
Holy Roman Empire
  1. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
  2. Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor
  3. Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor
  4. Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor
  5. Maria Theresa
  6. Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor
Italia and Papal States
  1. Pope Clement VII
  2. Pope Julius II
Poland and Lithuania
  1. John III Sobieski
  2. Sigismund III Vasa
Russia
  1. Alexis of Russia
  2. Boris Godunov
  3. Catherine the Great
  4. Elizabeth of Russia
  5. Ivan the Terrible
  6. Peter the Great
Western Europe
  1. Charles XII of Sweden
  2. Christian IV of Denmark
  3. Frederick the Great
  4. Philip II of Spain
  5. Philip V of Spain
  6. William the Silent

Modern[change | change source]

Africa[change | change source]
Eastern Africa
  1. Haile Selassie I
  2. Idi Amin
  3. Julius Nyerere
Northern Africa
  1. Abdelkader El Djezairi
  2. Anwar Sadat
  3. Gamal Abdel Nasser
  4. Muammar Gaddafi
  5. Muhammad Ali of Egypt
Southern and Central Africa
  1. Cecil Rhodes
  2. Hastings Banda
  3. Mobutu Sese Seko
  4. Nelson Mandela
  5. Robert Mugabe
  6. Shaka
Western Africa
  1. Kofi Annan
  2. Kwame Nkrumah
  3. Léopold Sédar Senghor
Americas[change | change source]
Brazil
  1. Pedro I of Brazil
  2. Pedro II of Brazil
Canada
  1. Pierre Trudeau
Central America and Caribbean
  1. Daniel Ortega
  2. Fidel Castro
Mexico
  1. Benito Juárez
  2. Porfirio Díaz
South America
  1. Alfredo Stroessner
  2. Augusto Pinochet
  3. Eva Perón
  4. Hugo Chávez
  5. José de San Martín
  6. Salvador Allende
  7. Simón Bolívar
United States
  1. George W. Bush
  2. Jimmy Carter
  3. Bill Clinton
  4. Dwight D. Eisenhower
  5. Andrew Jackson
  6. Lyndon B. Johnson
  7. John F. Kennedy
  8. Henry Kissinger
  9. Abraham Lincoln
  10. Douglas MacArthur
  11. James Monroe
  12. Richard Nixon
  13. James K. Polk
  14. Ronald Reagan
  15. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  16. Theodore Roosevelt
  17. Harry S. Truman
  18. Woodrow Wilson
Asia[change | change source]
China
  1. Empress Dowager Cixi
  2. Zhou Enlai
  3. Hu Jintao
  4. Chiang Kai-shek
  5. Puyi
  6. Deng Xiaoping
  7. Sun Yat-sen
  8. Mao Zedong
Eastern Asia
  1. Park Chung-hee
  2. Hirohito
  3. Kim Il-sung
  4. Emperor Meiji
  5. Eisaku Satō
Central Asia
  1. Heydar Aliyev
  2. Nursultan Nazarbayev
  3. Saparmurat Niyazov
  4. Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
India
  1. Indira Gandhi
  2. Jawaharlal Nehru
  3. Vallabhbhai Patel
Southeastern Asia
  1. Corazon Aquino
  2. Ferdinand Marcos
  3. Ho Chi Minh
  4. Mahathir Mohamad
  5. Pol Pot
  6. Suharto
  7. Sukarno
  8. Lee Kuan Yew
Southern Asia
  1. Benazir Bhutto
  2. Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Western Asia
  1. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
  2. David Ben-Gurion
  3. Abdul Hamid II
  4. Saddam Hussein
  5. Mahmud II
  6. Golda Meir
Europe[change | change source]
Austria-Hungary
  1. Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria
  2. Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor
  3. Franz Joseph I of Austria
  4. Klemens von Metternich
Eastern Europe
  1. Alexander Dubček
  2. Enver Hoxha
  3. Leonid Kuchma
  4. Josip Broz Tito
  5. Józef Piłsudski
  6. Lech Wałęsa
  7. Nicolae Ceaușescu
  8. Slobodan Milošević
  9. Václav Havel
France
  1. Charles de Gaulle
  2. François Mitterrand
  3. Louis Philippe I
  4. Napoleon
  5. Napoleon III
Germany
  1. Adolf Hitler
  2. Erich Honecker
  3. Helmut Kohl
  4. Konrad Adenauer
  5. Otto von Bismarck
  6. Wilhelm II, German Emperor
  7. William I, German Emperor
Italia and Papal States
  1. Pope John Paul II
Russia and USSR
  1. Alexander II of Russia
  2. Boris Yeltsin
  3. Eduard Shevardnadze
  4. Joseph Stalin
  5. Leonid Brezhnev
  6. Mikhail Gorbachev
  7. Nicholas I of Russia
  8. Nicholas II of Russia
  9. Nikita Khrushchev
United Kingdom
  1. Benjamin Disraeli
  2. Clement Attlee
  3. Diana, Princess of Wales
  4. Elizabeth II
  5. Margaret Thatcher
  6. Queen Victoria
  7. William Ewart Gladstone
  8. Winston Churchill
  9. Robert Baden-Powell
Western Europe
  1. António de Oliveira Salazar
  2. Benito Mussolini
  3. Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour
  4. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim
  5. Charles XIV John of Sweden
  6. Dag Hammarskjöld
  7. Francisco Franco
  8. Gerhard Schröder
  9. Gro Harlem Brundtland
  10. Juan Carlos I of Spain
  11. Leopold II of Belgium
  12. Christian Michelsen
  13. Giuseppe Garibaldi

Current political leaders, 13[change | change source]

Many Wikipedias have provisions for including current heads of government in their expanded vital article list. This list suggests the heads of the G8 countries, plus Brazil, China, India, the current U.N. Secretary General and the current Pope

  1. Ban Ki-moon (U.N.)
  2. Pope Francis (Pope)
  3. Dilma Rousseff (Brazil)
  4. Stephen Harper (Canada)
  5. Xi Jinping (China)
  6. François Hollande (France)
  7. Angela Merkel (Germany)
  8. Manmohan Singh (India)
  9. Enrico Letta (Italy)
  10. Shinzō Abe (Japan)
  11. Vladimir Putin (Russia)
  12. David Cameron (U.K.)
  13. Barack Obama (U.S.)

Military leaders and military theorists, 16[change | change source]

  1. Flavius Aetius
  2. Pompey
  3. Scipio Africanus
  4. Sulla
  5. Prince Eugene of Savoy
  6. Alexander Suvorov
  7. Carl von Clausewitz
  8. Ulysses S. Grant
  9. T. E. Lawrence
  10. Robert E. Lee
  11. George Marshall
  12. Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson
  13. Erwin Rommel
  14. Vo Nguyen Giap
  15. Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
  16. Georgy Zhukov

Revolutionaries and activists, 34[change | change source]

Africa
  1. Steve Biko
  2. Thomas Sankara
Asia
  1. Yasser Arafat
  2. Aung San Suu Kyi
  3. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
  4. Ruhollah Khomeini
  5. Osama bin Laden
Europe
  1. Joan of Arc
  2. Oliver Cromwell
  3. Georges Danton
  4. Vladimir Lenin
  5. Vasil Levski
  6. Martin Luther
  7. Florence Nightingale
  8. Emilia Plater
  9. Gavrilo Princip
  10. Spartacus
  11. Mother Teresa
  12. Leon Trotsky
  13. William Wallace
  14. Simon Wiesenthal
Americas
  1. Che Guevara
  2. Pancho Villa
USA
  1. Susan B. Anthony
  2. Emma Goldman
  3. Al Gore
  4. Mother Jones
  5. Helen Keller
  6. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  7. Rosa Parks
  8. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  9. Sojourner Truth
  10. Harriet Tubman
  11. Malcolm X

Latest Prize winners, 5[change | change source]

  1. Cate Blanchett (Academy Award for Best Actress 2013)
  2. Matthew McConaughey (Academy Award for Best Actor 2013)
  3. Eleanor Catton (Man Booker Prize 2013)
  4. Alice Munro (Nobel Prize in Literature 2013)
  5. Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (Nobel Peace Prize 2013)

Scientists, inventors and mathematicians, 244[change | change source]

Pre-modern, 35[change | change source]

Ancient
  1. Archimedes
  2. Apollonius of Perga
  3. Archytas
  4. Aryabhata
  5. Diophantus
  6. Eratosthenes
  7. Euclid
  8. Eudoxus of Cnidus
  9. Hipparchus
  10. Hippocrates
  11. Hypatia
  12. Pappus of Alexandria
  13. Ptolemy
  14. Pythagoras
  15. Su Song
Middle Ages
  1. Alhacen
  2. Bhāskara II
  3. Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī
  4. Nasir al-Din al-Tusi
  5. Avicenna
  6. Brahmagupta
  7. Fibonacci
  8. Geber
  9. William Gilbert
  10. Seki Takakazu

Physics and astronomy, 72[change | change source]

Astronomy
  1. Tycho Brahe
  2. Nicolaus Copernicus
  3. Galileo Galilei
  4. Edmond Halley
  5. Edwin Hubble
  6. Johannes Kepler
  7. Ole Rømer
  8. Carl Sagan
Early modern
  1. Christiaan Huygens
  2. Isaac Newton
Modern
  1. André-Marie Ampère
  2. Amedeo Avogadro
  3. Johann Jakob Balmer
  4. William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin
  5. Henri Becquerel
  6. Hans Bethe
  7. Niels Bohr
  8. Ludwig Boltzmann
  9. William Henry Bragg
  10. Henry Cavendish
  11. Steven Chu
  12. Marie Curie
  13. Pierre Curie
  14. John Dalton
  15. James Dewar
  16. Paul Dirac
  17. Albert Einstein
  18. Michael Faraday
  19. Enrico Fermi
  20. Richard Feynman
  21. Léon Foucault
  22. Augustin-Jean Fresnel
  23. Stephen Hawking
  24. Werner Heisenberg
  25. James Prescott Joule
  26. Gustav Kirchhoff
  27. Lev Landau
  28. Ernest Lawrence
  29. Hendrik Lorentz
  30. Ernst Mach
  31. James Clerk Maxwell
  32. Albert Abraham Michelson
  33. Robert Andrews Millikan
  34. Pieter van Musschenbroek
  35. Georg Ohm
  36. J. Robert Oppenheimer
  37. Wolfgang Pauli
  38. Max Planck
  39. Wilhelm Röntgen
  40. Andrei Sakharov
  41. Erwin Schrödinger
  42. Arnold Sommerfeld
  43. G. I. Taylor
  44. Edward Teller
  45. J. J. Thomson
  46. Thomas Young
  47. Yakov Borisovich Zel'dovich
  48. Hans Christian Ørsted
  49. Murray Gell-Mann
  50. Wallace Carothers
  51. George FitzGerald
  52. Victor Francis Hess
  53. Gerard 't Hooft
  54. Alfred Kastler
  55. Philipp Lenard
  56. Osborne Reynolds
  57. Johannes Rydberg
  58. Michael Servetus
  59. Joseph Stefan
  60. John Hasbrouck Van Vleck
  61. Eugene Wigner
  62. Robert Wilson

Chemistry, 8[change | change source]

  1. Robert Boyle
  2. Josiah Willard Gibbs
  3. Antoine Lavoisier
  4. Dmitri Mendeleev
  5. Joseph Priestley
  6. Tadeus Reichstein
  7. Ernest Rutherford
  8. Willis R. Whitney

Natural sciences, 20[change | change source]

Biology
  1. Santiago Ramón y Cajal
  2. Thomas Henry Huxley
  3. Jean-Baptiste Lamarck
  4. Carl Linnaeus
  5. Gregor Mendel
Medicine
  1. Casimir Funk
  2. Louis Pasteur
  3. Jonas Salk
  4. Ignaz Semmelweis
Natural sciences
  1. John James Audubon
  2. Sadi Carnot
  3. Rachel Carson
  4. Jacques Cousteau
  5. Charles Darwin
  6. Alexander Fleming
  7. Galen
  8. Ernst Haeckel
  9. Edward Jenner
  10. Richard Leakey
  11. Philip Leder

Inventors, 57[change | change source]

  1. James Russell (inventor)
  2. John Logie Baird
  3. John Bardeen
  4. Georg Bednorz
  5. Alexander Graham Bell
  6. Karl Benz
  7. Emile Berliner
  8. Gerd Binnig
  9. Clarence Birdseye
  10. David Brewster
  11. Wright brothers
  12. Nolan Bushnell
  13. Josephine Cochrane
  14. Christopher Cockerell
  15. Raymond Vahan Damadian
  16. Robert H. Dennard
  17. George Eastman
  18. Thomas Edison
  19. Leo Fender
  20. James Fergason
  21. Lee De Forest
  22. Benjamin Franklin
  23. Arthur Fry
  24. Buckminster Fuller
  25. Robert Fulton
  26. Charles Ginsburg
  27. Gordon Gould
  28. Wilson Greatbatch
  29. Johannes Gutenberg
  30. Elias Howe
  31. Joseph Marie Jacquard
  32. Robert Jarvik
  33. George Jessup
  34. Philippe Kahn
  35. John George Kemeny
  36. Jack Kilby
  37. Stephanie Kwolek
  38. Jaron Lanier
  39. Ignacy Łukasiewicz
  40. Guglielmo Marconi
  41. Cyrus McCormick
  42. Robert Metcalfe
  43. Alfred Nobel
  44. Robert Noyce
  45. Charles Algernon Parsons
  46. Roy J. Plunkett
  47. Alfred V. du Pont
  48. William Shockley
  49. Alan Shugart
  50. Isaac Singer
  51. Nikola Tesla
  52. Alessandro Volta
  53. Ernest Walton
  54. James Watt
  55. Wilhelm E. Weber
  56. Eli Whitney
  57. Charles Wilson

Mathematicians, 47[change | change source]

Early modern
  1. Daniel Bernoulli
  2. Jacob Bernoulli
  3. Bonaventura Cavalieri
  4. Jean le Rond d'Alembert
  5. Leonhard Euler
  6. Pierre de Fermat
  7. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
  8. Blaise Pascal
Modern
  1. Niels Henrik Abel
  2. Vladimir Arnold
  3. Stefan Banach
  4. Isaac Barrow
  5. George Boole
  6. Georg Cantor
  7. Élie Cartan
  8. Augustin-Louis Cauchy
  9. Richard Dedekind
  10. Peter Gustav Lejeune Dirichlet
  11. Gotthold Eisenstein
  12. Ronald Fisher
  13. Joseph Fourier
  14. Évariste Galois
  15. Carl Friedrich Gauss
  16. Alexander Grothendieck
  17. Kurt Gödel
  18. Jacques Hadamard
  19. William Hamilton
  20. G. H. Hardy
  21. Charles Hermite
  22. David Hilbert
  23. Carl Gustav Jacob Jacobi
  24. Felix Klein
  25. Andrey Kolmogorov
  26. Joseph Louis Lagrange
  27. Pierre-Simon Laplace
  28. Benoit Mandelbrot
  29. Gaspard Monge
  30. John von Neumann
  31. Emmy Noether
  32. Grigori Perelman
  33. Henri Poincaré
  34. Jean-Victor Poncelet
  35. Srinivasa Ramanujan
  36. Bernhard Riemann
  37. James Harris Simons
  38. Karl Weierstrass
  39. Hermann Weyl

Computer scientists, 16[change | change source]

  1. John Vincent Atanasoff
  2. Charles Babbage
  3. Tim Berners-Lee
  4. Dan Bricklin
  5. Seymour Cray
  6. Ward Cunningham
  7. Douglas Engelbart
  8. Herman Hollerith
  9. Jean Ichbiah
  10. Gary Kildall
  11. Donald Knuth
  12. Dennis Ritchie
  13. Richard Stallman
  14. Linus Torvalds
  15. Alan Turing
  16. Niklaus Wirth

Journalists, 29[change | change source]

  1. Christiane Amanpour
  2. John F. Burns
  3. Barkha Dutt
  4. Jean-Pierre Elkabbach
  5. Robert Fisk*
  6. John Humphrys
  7. Doan Viet Hoat
  8. John Pilger
  9. Arun Shourie
  10. Udo Ulfkotte
  11. Herbert Zimmermann
United States
  1. Ed Bradley
  2. David Brinkley
  3. Tom Brokaw
  4. Walter Cronkite
  5. Ann Curry
  6. Hedda Hopper
  7. Joan Lunden
  8. David McCullough*
  9. Roger Mudd
  10. Edward R. Murrow*
  11. Dan Rather
  12. Geraldo Rivera
  13. Eric Sevareid
  14. John Stossel
  15. Mike Wallace
  16. Barbara Walters
  17. Walter Winchell
  18. Bob Woodward*

Magicians/Mystics, 4[change | change source]

  1. David Copperfield
  2. Harry Houdini
  3. Nostradamus
  4. Grigori Rasputin

Olympic/sports figures, 181[change | change source]

Athletics
  1. Roger Bannister*
  2. Usain Bolt*
  3. Bob Beamon
  4. Sergey Bubka
  5. Sebastian Coe
  6. Nadia Comăneci*
  7. Dick Fosbury
  8. Haile Gebrselassie
  9. Eric Heiden (US)
  10. Stefka Kostadinova
  11. Jackie Joyner-Kersee*
  12. Rafer Johnson (US)
  13. Sawao Kato
  14. Carl Lewis* (US)
  15. Kipchoge Keino
  16. Olga Korbut
  17. Larisa Latynina
  18. Bobby Morrow (US)
  19. Edwin Moses (US)
  20. Paavo Nurmi*
  21. Jesse Owens* (US)
  22. Lilia Podkopayeva
  23. Wilma Rudolph (US)
  24. Ludmilla Tourischeva
  25. Babe Didrikson Zaharias (US)
  26. Elena Zamolodchikova
  27. Emil Zátopek*
American/Irish/Australian Football
  1. Tom Brady (US)
  2. Terry Bradshaw (US)
  3. Jim Brown* (US)
  4. Dick Butkus* (US)
  5. John Elway (US)
  6. Brett Favre (US)
  7. Otto Graham (US)
  8. Walter Payton (US)
  9. O. J. Simpson* (US)
  10. Vince Lombardi (US)
  11. Peyton Manning (US)
  12. Dan Marino* (US)
  13. Joe Montana* (US)
  14. Jerry Rice* (US)
  15. Barry Sanders (US)
  16. Johnny Unitas* (US)
Badminton
  1. Lin Dan
  2. Peter Gade
Basketball
  1. K. Abdul-Jabbar (US)
  2. Elgin Baylor (US)
  3. Larry Bird (US)
  4. Wilt Chamberlain (US)
  5. Bob Cousy (US)
  6. Tim Duncan (US)
  7. Julius Erving (US)
  8. Magic Johnson* (US)
  9. Michael Jordan* (US)
  10. Bill Russell* (US)
  11. Oscar Robertson (US)
  12. Pat Summitt (US)
  13. John Wooden (US)
Baseball
  1. Hank Aaron (US)
  2. Barry Bonds* (US)
  3. Roger Clemens (US)
  4. Ty Cobb (US)
  5. Joe DiMaggio (US)
  6. Lou Gehrig (US)
  7. Mickey Mantle (US)
  8. Willie Mays (US)
  9. Sadaharu Oh
  10. Cal Ripken, Jr. (US)
  11. Babe Ruth* (US)
  12. Jackie Robinson (US)
  13. Sammy Sosa
  14. Cy Young* (US)
Bicycle
  1. Jacques Anquetil
  2. Lance Armstrong
  3. Gino Bartali
  4. Fausto Coppi
  5. Bernard Hinault
  6. Miguel Indurain
  7. Eddy Merckx*
Boxing
  1. Muhammad Ali* (US)
  2. Henry Armstrong (US)
  3. Jack Dempsey (US)
  4. Rocky Marciano (US)
  5. Joe Louis (US)
  6. Ingemar Johansson
  7. Sugar Ray Robinson (US)
  8. Sugar Ray Leonard (US)
Chess
  1. Bobby Fischer* (US)
  2. Garry Kasparov*
Cricket
  1. Don Bradman
  2. W.G. Grace
  3. Sachin Tendulkar*
  4. Clyde Walcott
Equestrian
  1. Eddie Arcaro
  2. Steve Cauthen (US)
  3. Reiner Klimke
  4. Bill Shoemaker (US)
Golf
  1. Ben Hogan (US)
  2. Bobby Jones (US)
  3. Jack Nicklaus (US)
  4. Arnold Palmer (US)
  5. Patty Sheehan (US)
  6. Sam Snead (US)
  7. Annika Sörenstam
  8. Lee Trevino (US)
  9. Tiger Woods* (US)
Icehockey
  1. Bob Bourne (US)
  2. Wayne Gretzky*
  3. Gordie Howe
  4. Bobby Hull
  5. Mario Lemieux
  6. Bobby Orr
  7. Maurice Richard
Figureskating
  1. Robin Cousins
  2. Scott Hamilton (US)
  3. Sonja Henie
  4. Michelle Kwan (US)
  5. Tara Lipinski (US)
  6. Axel Paulsen
  7. Irina Rodnina
Motorsports
  1. Mario Andretti
  2. Juan Manuel Fangio
  3. Alain Prost
  4. Michael Schumacher*
  5. Ayrton Senna
  6. Jackie Stewart
Sailing
  1. Ben Ainslie
  2. Paul Elvstrøm
Skiing
  1. Jean-Claude Killy
  2. Hermann Maier
  3. Annemarie Moser-Pröll
  4. Ingemar Stenmark
  5. Lindsey Vonn (US)
Soccer
  1. Franz Beckenbauer
  2. David Beckham*
  3. Iker Casillas
  4. Bobby Charlton*
  5. Johan Cruyff*
  6. Eusébio
  7. Sir Alex Ferguson
  8. Mia Hamm
  9. Michael Laudrup
  10. Diego Maradona*
  11. Stanley Matthews
  12. Lionel Messi*
  13. Bobby Moore
  14. Gerd Müller*
  15. Ferenc Puskas*
  16. Ronaldinho
  17. Ronaldo*
  18. Pelé*
  19. Marco van Basten
  20. Peter Schmeichel
  21. Lev Yashin
  22. Zinedine Zidane*
Speedskating
  1. Bonnie Blair
  2. Johann Olav Koss
Swimming
  1. Jim Thorpe*
  2. Mark Spitz*
  3. Michael Phelps* (US)
  4. Greg Louganis (US)
Table tennis
  1. Jan-Ove Waldner
Team handball
  1. Ivano Balić
  2. Anja Andersen
Tennis
  1. Andre Agassi* (US)
  2. Arthur Ashe* (US)
  3. Don Budge (US)
  4. Chris Evert (US)
  5. Roger Federer*
  6. Althea Gibson (US)
  7. Steffi Graf*
  8. Billie Jean King (US)
  9. Rod Laver
  10. John McEnroe (US)
  11. Rafael Nadal
  12. Pete Sampras* (US)
  13. Bill Tilden (US)
  14. Martina Navratilova*
Volleyball
  1. Karch Kiraly (US)

Sports executives and administrators[change | change source]

  1. Sepp Blatter
  2. Pierre de Coubertin
  3. Juan Antonio Samaranch

Mythical and legendary people, 29[change | change source]

  1. Achilles
  2. Aeneas
  3. Agamemnon
  4. Andromeda
  5. Argonauts
  6. King Arthur
  7. Atlas (mythology)
  8. Beowulf
  9. Cassiopeia
  10. Castor and Pollux
  11. Cyclops
  12. Cerberus
  13. Grendel
  14. Hansel and Gretel
  15. Heracles
  16. Jason
  17. Echo and Narcissus
  18. Electra
  19. Europa
  20. Ganymede
  21. Medea
  22. Medusa
  23. Odysseus
  24. Oedipus
  25. Orion
  26. Perseus
  27. Peter Pan
  28. Sphinx
  29. Sirens

Fictional/cartoon characters, 50[change | change source]

  1. Asterix
  2. Batman
  3. Big Bird
  4. Bugs Bunny
  5. Donald Duck
  6. Godzilla
  7. Kermit the Frog
  8. Lucky Luke
  9. Mario
  10. Mickey Mouse
  11. Rugrats
  12. Homer Simpson
  13. Snow White
  14. Sonic the Hedgehog
  15. Spider-Man
  16. Superman
  17. Tintin
  18. Winnie-the-Pooh
  19. Wonder Woman
  20. Woody Woodpecker
  21. Baba Yaga
  22. Don Juan
  23. Easter Bunny
  24. Santa Claus
  25. Tooth fairy
  26. Aladdin
  27. Big Brother (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
  28. James Bond (literary character)
  29. The Cat in the Hat
  30. Holden Caulfield
  31. Count Dracula
  32. C. Auguste Dupin
  33. Mother Goose
  34. Sherlock Holmes
  35. Philip Marlowe
  36. Ossian
  37. Hercule Poirot
  38. Quasimodo
  39. Ebenezer Scrooge
  40. Tarzan
  41. The Three Musketeers
  42. Jean Valjean
  43. Astro Boy (character)
  44. Daffy Duck
  45. Pokémon
  46. Conan the Barbarian
  47. Hulk (comics)
  48. Peanuts
  49. Superhero
  50. Uncle Sam

History, 779[change | change source]

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Basics, 62[change | change source]

General topics, 14[change | change source]

  1. History
  2. Civilization
  3. History of the Earth
  4. History of the world
  5. Archive
  6. Biography
  7. Castle
  8. Estates of the realm
    1. Bourgeoisie
    2. Nobility
  9. Emperor
  10. Feudalism
  11. Graf
  12. Tithe

Auxiliary sciences of history, 14[change | change source]

  1. Archaeology
    1. Archaeological culture
    2. Archaeogenetics
  2. Chronology
  3. Diplomatics
  4. Epigraphy
  5. Genealogy
  6. Heraldry
    1. Coat of arms
  7. Historiography
  8. Numismatics
  9. Palaeography
  10. Philately
  11. Philosophy of history

History of science and technology, 16[change | change source]

  1. History of science
  2. History of agriculture
  3. History of astronomy
  4. History of biology
  5. History of chemistry
  6. History of geography
  7. History of geology
  8. History of physics
  9. History of mathematics
  10. History of economic thought
  11. History of linguistics
  12. History of psychology
  13. History of sociology
  14. History of technology
  15. History of medicine
  16. History of computing hardware

History of other topics, 18[change | change source]

  1. Art history
  2. History of art
  3. Cultural history
  4. History of architecture
  5. History of film
  6. Legal history
  7. History of literature
  8. History of mentalities
  9. Military history
  10. History of music
  11. History of philosophy
  12. History of religions
    1. History of Buddhism
    2. Jewish history
    3. History of Christianity
    4. History of Hinduism
    5. History of Islam
  13. History of slavery

History by continent, 9[change | change source]

  1. History of Africa
  2. History of the Americas
    1. History of North America
    2. History of South America
  3. History of Antarctica
  4. History of Eurasia
    1. History of Asia
    2. History of Europe
  5. History of Oceania

History by region, 11[change | change source]

  1. History of Central America
  2. History of the Caribbean
  3. History of the west coast of North America
  4. History of Andean South America
  5. History of the Balkans
  6. History of Central Asia
  7. History of East Asia
  8. History of Southeast Asia
  9. History of the Middle East
  10. History of North Africa
  11. History of Scandinavia

History by country, 101[change | change source]

Africa, 13[change | change source]

  1. History of Egypt
  2. History of Eritrea
  3. History of Ethiopia
  4. History of Ghana
  5. History of Libya
  6. History of Madagascar
  7. History of Morocco
  8. History of Nigeria
  9. History of Senegal
  10. History of Sierra Leone
  11. History of Somalia
  12. History of South Africa
  13. History of Sudan

Americas, 16[change | change source]

  1. History of Argentina
  2. History of Bolivia
  3. History of Brazil
  4. History of Canada
  5. History of Chile
  6. History of Colombia
  7. History of Cuba
  8. History of Ecuador
  9. History of Guyana
  10. History of Haiti
  11. History of Mexico
  12. History of Panama
  13. History of Paraguay
  14. History of Peru
  15. History of the United States
  16. History of Venezuela

Asia, 33[change | change source]

  1. History of Afghanistan
  2. History of Azerbaijan
  3. History of Bahrain
  4. History of Bangladesh
  5. History of Bhutan
  6. History of Burma
  7. History of Cambodia
  8. History of China
  9. History of India
  10. History of Indonesia
  11. History of Israel
  12. History of Iraq
  13. History of Iran
  14. History of Japan
  15. History of Korea
  16. History of Lebanon
  17. History of Malaysia
  18. History of Mongolia
  19. History of Nepal
  20. History of Pakistan
  21. History of Palestine
  22. History of the Philippines
  23. History of Saudi Arabia
  24. History of Singapore
  25. History of Sri Lanka
  26. History of Syria
  27. History of Taiwan
  28. History of Tajikistan
  29. History of Thailand
  30. History of Tibet
  31. History of Turkey
  32. History of Vietnam
  33. History of Yemen

Europe, 36[change | change source]

  1. History of Albania
  2. History of Armenia
  3. History of Austria
  4. History of Belgium
  5. History of Bulgaria
  6. History of Croatia
  7. History of Denmark
  8. History of England
  9. History of Estonia
  10. History of Finland
  11. History of France
  12. History of Georgia
  13. History of Germany
  14. History of Gibraltar
  15. History of Greece
  16. History of Hungary
  17. History of Iceland
  18. History of the Republic of Ireland
  19. History of Italy
  20. History of Latvia
  21. History of Lithuania
  22. History of Malta
  23. History of the Netherlands
  24. History of Norway
  25. History of Poland
  26. History of Portugal
  27. History of Romania
  28. History of Russia
  29. History of Scotland
  30. History of Serbia
  31. History of Spain
  32. History of Sweden
  33. History of Switzerland
  34. History of Ukraine
  35. History of the United Kingdom
  36. History of Wales

Oceania, 3[change | change source]

  1. History of Australia
  2. History of Hawaii
  3. History of New Zealand

Prehistory and Ancient history, 172[change | change source]

Basic, 8[change | change source]

  1. Stone Age
  2. Bronze Age
  3. Iron Age
  4. Chalcolithic
  5. Ancient history
  6. Classical antiquity
  7. Late Antiquity
  8. Hellenistic period

Prehistory, 20[change | change source]

  1. Prehistory
  2. Australopithecus
  3. Cro-Magnon
  4. Java Man
  5. Peking Man
  6. Homo erectus
  7. Human evolution
  8. Neanderthal
  9. Paranthropus
  10. Early human migrations
Stone Age, 10
  1. Paleolithic
    1. Lower Paleolithic
    2. Middle Paleolithic
    3. Upper Paleolithic
  2. Mesolithic
  3. Neolithic Revolution
  4. Neolithic
  5. Cradle of civilization
  6. Control of fire by early humans
  7. Behavioral modernity

Africa, 18[change | change source]

  1. North Africa during Antiquity
  2. Ancient Egypt
    1. Pharaoh
    2. Ptolemaic Kingdom
    3. Thebes, Egypt
    4. Memphis, Egypt
    5. Old Kingdom of Egypt
    6. Middle Kingdom of Egypt
    7. New Kingdom of Egypt
    8. Egyptian Dynasties
  3. Nok culture
  4. Nubia
    1. Kingdom of Kush
    2. Meroë
  5. Kingdom of Aksum
  6. Ancient Carthage
    1. Carthage
    2. Punic Wars

Americas, 8[change | change source]

  1. Mesoamerica
  2. Maya civilization
  3. Paleo-Indians
  4. Teotihuacan
  5. Chavín culture
  6. Olmec
  7. Settlement of the Americas
  8. Zapotec civilization

Asia, 69[change | change source]

  1. Silk Road
Central Asia, Iran, Caucasus, 14[change | change source]
  1. Achaemenid Empire
  2. Atropatene
  3. Bactria
  4. Caucasian Albania
  5. Caucasian Iberia
  6. Elam
    1. Susa
  7. Medes
  8. Parthian Empire
  9. Roman–Persian Wars
  10. Saka
  11. Sassanid Empire
  12. Sogdiana
  13. Tocharians
Eastern Asia, 11[change | change source]
  1. Ancient China
  2. Gojoseon
  3. Jōmon period
  4. Shang Dynasty
  5. Spring and Autumn period
  6. Three Kingdoms of Korea
  7. Warring States period
  8. Zhou Dynasty
  9. Yayoi period
  10. Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors
  11. Xiongnu
Southern Asia, 11[change | change source]
  1. Chola dynasty
  2. Gupta Empire
  3. Indus Valley Civilization
    1. Mohenjo-daro
  4. Indo-Greeks
  5. Indo-Scythians
  6. Kushan Empire
  7. Magadha
  8. Maurya Empire
  9. Satavahana dynasty
  10. Vedic period
Southeastern Asia, 3[change | change source]
  1. Nanyue
  2. Pyu city-states
  3. Hong Bang dynasty
Western Asia, 29[change | change source]
  1. Mesopotamia
  2. Akkad
  3. Amorite
  4. Kingdom of Armenia
  5. Assyria
    1. Nineveh
  6. Babylonia
    1. Babylon
    2. Chaldea
  7. Ebla
  8. History of ancient Israel and Judah
  9. Hittites
  10. Lydia
  11. Mitanni
  12. Palmyra
  13. Phoenicia
    1. Tyre, Lebanon
  14. Phrygia
  15. Seleucid Empire
  16. Sabaeans
  17. Sumer
    1. Ur
  18. Troy
    1. Trojan War
  19. Ugarit
  20. Urartu
  21. Fertile Crescent
  22. Kingdom of Armenia (antiquity)
  23. Syrian Wars

Europe, 47[change | change source]

  1. Minoan civilization
    1. Knossos
  2. Dacia
    1. Dacians
  3. Etruscan civilization
  4. Ancient Greece
    1. Greco-Persian Wars
    2. Magna Graecia
    3. Delian League
    4. Sparta
  5. Ancient Rome
    1. Roman Kingdom
    2. Roman Republic
    3. Roman Empire
      1. Pompeii
    4. Western Roman Empire
    5. Decline of the Roman Empire
    6. Fall of the Western Roman Empire
    7. Crisis of the Roman Republic
    8. Crisis of the Third Century
    9. Julio-Claudian dynasty
    10. Nerva–Antonine dynasty
    11. Gallic Wars
    12. Germanic Wars
    13. Macedonian Wars
    14. Roman civil wars
  6. Macedonia (ancient kingdom)
  7. Celts
  8. Cimmerians
  9. Sarmatians
  10. Saxons
  11. Scythia
    1. Scythians
  12. Thrace
  13. Migration Period
    1. Alans
    2. Angles
    3. Bulgars
    4. Burgundians
    5. Goths
      1. Ostrogoths
      2. Visigoths
    6. Huns
    7. Moors
    8. Rus' people
    9. Suebi
    10. Vandals

Middle Ages, 148[change | change source]

  1. Middle Ages
  2. Guild
  3. Boyar
  4. Knight
  5. Knyaz
  6. Samurai
  7. Serfdom
  8. Chivalry

Africa, 8[change | change source]

  1. List of kingdoms in pre-colonial Africa
  2. Almoravid dynasty
  3. Ghana Empire
  4. Kanem Empire
  5. Mali Empire
  6. Songhai Empire
  7. Timbuktu
  8. Trans-Saharan trade

Americas, 8[change | change source]

  1. Aztec
  2. Inca Empire
  3. Pre-Columbian era
  4. Chimú culture
  5. Mississippian culture
  6. Moche (culture)
  7. Tiwanaku
  8. Wari culture

Asia, 48[change | change source]

  1. Islamic Golden Age
  2. Mamluk
Central Asia and Iran, 9[change | change source]
  1. Aq Qoyunlu
  2. Golden Horde
  3. Kara Koyunlu
  4. Muslim conquest of Persia
  5. Khwarazmian dynasty
  6. Göktürks
  7. Seljuq dynasty
    1. Great Seljuq Empire
  8. Uyghur Khaganate
Eastern Asia, 18[change | change source]
  1. Goryeo
  2. Han Dynasty
  3. Heian period
  4. Jin Dynasty (265–420)
  5. Jin Dynasty (1115–1234)
  6. Liao Dynasty
  7. Mongol Empire
  8. Qin Dynasty
  9. Sixteen Kingdoms
  10. Song Dynasty
  11. Southern and Northern Dynasties
  12. Sui Dynasty
  13. Tang Dynasty
  14. Three Kingdoms
  15. Xia Dynasty
  16. Yuan Dynasty
  17. Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  18. Khitan people
Southern Asia, 3[change | change source]
  1. Delhi Sultanate
  2. Muslim conquest in the Indian subcontinent
  3. Vijayanagara Empire
Southeastern Asia, 7[change | change source]
  1. Champa
  2. Khmer Empire
  3. Majapahit
  4. Malacca sultanate
  5. Pagan Kingdom
  6. Srivijaya
  7. Trần Dynasty
Western Asia, 8[change | change source]
  1. Abbasid Caliphate
  2. Crusades
    1. Crusader states
  3. Empire of Nicaea
  4. Latin Empire
  5. Ottoman Empire
  6. Sultanate of Rum
  7. Umayyad Caliphate

Europe, 77[change | change source]

  1. Black Death
  2. East–West Schism
  3. House of Habsburg
  4. Normans
  5. Renaissance
Eastern Europe and Central, 27[change | change source]
  1. Cuman people
  2. Eurasian Avars
  3. First Bulgarian Empire
  4. Second Bulgarian Empire
  5. Byzantine Empire
    1. Arab–Byzantine Wars
    2. Byzantine–Bulgarian wars
    3. Byzantine–Ottoman Wars
    4. Fall of Constantinople
  6. Kingdom of Galicia–Volhynia
  7. Grand Duchy of Lithuania
  8. Grand Duchy of Moscow
  9. Kingdom of Hungary
  10. Hussite Wars
  11. Khazars
  12. Kievan Rus'
  13. Great Moravia
  14. Novgorod Republic
  15. Cretan War (1645–69)
  16. Pechenegs
  17. Ottoman–Venetian Wars
  18. Teutonic Knights
  19. Vladimir-Suzdal
  20. Volga Bulgaria
  21. Kingdom of Bohemia
  22. Polish–Lithuanian–Teutonic War
  23. Rurik Dynasty
Western Europe, 45[change | change source]
  1. Al-Andalus
    1. Caliphate of Córdoba
    2. Reconquista
  2. Kingdom of Aragon
  3. Duchy of Burgundy
  4. Kingdom of Castile
  5. Francia
    1. East Francia
    2. West Francia
  6. Kingdom of France
  7. Carolingian Empire
    1. Capetian dynasty
    2. Carolingian dynasty
    3. Merovingian dynasty
  8. Kingdom of England
    1. Anglo-Saxons
    2. Battle of Hastings
    3. Norman conquest of England
    4. Wars of the Roses
  9. Hanseatic League
  10. Kalmar Union
  11. Holy Roman Empire
  12. House of Plantagenet
  13. Hundred Years' War
  14. Inquisition
  15. Knights Templar
  16. Lombards
  17. Northern Crusades
  18. Ostsiedlung
  19. Papal States
  20. Republic of Genoa
  21. Kingdom of Sicily
  22. Republic of Venice
  23. Viking Age
  24. Vikings
  25. Visigothic Kingdom
  26. Austrasia
  27. Franks
  28. Investiture Controversy
  29. Kingdom of Germany
  30. Wends
  31. Gothic War (535–554)
  32. Guelphs and Ghibellines
  33. Neustria
  34. Salic law

Early modern history, 93[change | change source]

Basics, 11[change | change source]

  1. Early modern period
  2. Age of Discovery
  3. British Empire
  4. French colonial empire
  5. Little Ice Age
  6. Portuguese Empire
  7. Spanish Empire
  8. Scientific revolution
  9. Seven Years' War
  10. Treaty of Zaragoza
  11. Treaty of Tordesillas

Africa, 9[change | change source]

  1. African slave trade
  2. Atlantic slave trade
  3. Bornu Empire
  4. Kingdom of Mutapa
  5. Ashanti Empire
  6. Kingdom of Kongo
  7. Oyo Empire
  8. Sennar (sultanate)
  9. Hausa Kingdoms

Americas, 9[change | change source]

  1. American Revolutionary War
  2. European colonization of the Americas
    1. British colonization of the Americas
    2. Spanish colonization of the Americas
      1. Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire
      2. Spanish conquest of the Inca Empire
  3. French and Indian Wars
    1. French and Indian War
  4. Wounded Knee Massacre

Asia, 25[change | change source]

  1. 1556 Shaanxi earthquake
  2. Bengal famine of 1770
  3. Deccan sultanates
  4. Dutch East India Company
  5. East India Company
  6. Edo period
    1. Tokugawa shogunate
  7. Japanese invasions of Korea
  8. Joseon
  9. Kazakh Khanate
  10. Ming Dynasty
  11. Maratha Empire
  12. Mughal Empire
  13. Russian conquest of Siberia
  14. Safavid dynasty
  15. Sikh Empire
  16. Ayutthaya Kingdom
  17. Burmese–Siamese wars
  18. Khanate of Bukhara
  19. Lan Xang
  20. Lê Dynasty
  21. Khanate of Sibir
  22. Sino-Burmese War (1765–69)
  23. Taungoo Dynasty
  24. Zunghar Khanate

Europe, 37[change | change source]

Basics, 4[change | change source]
  1. Age of Enlightenment
  2. Protestant Reformation
  3. Thirty Years' War
  4. Counter-Reformation
Western Europe, 16[change | change source]
  1. 1755 Lisbon earthquake
  2. Anglo-Dutch Wars
  3. Congress of Berlin
  4. Eighty Years' War
  5. English Civil War
  6. French Revolution
    1. French Revolutionary Wars
  7. French Wars of Religion
  8. Huguenot
  9. Italian Wars
  10. Prussia
  11. Puritan
  12. Spanish Inquisition
  13. War of the Austrian Succession
  14. War of the Spanish Succession
  15. Enclosure
Eastern Europe and Central, 19[change | change source]
  1. Cossacks
    1. Cossack Hetmanate
  2. Crimean Khanate
  3. Great Northern War
  4. Great Turkish War
  5. House of Romanov
  6. Khanate of Kazan
  7. Livonian War
  8. Partitions of Poland
  9. Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
  10. The Great Game
  11. Tsardom of Russia
  12. Russo-Turkish War
  13. Ottoman wars in Europe
  14. Union of Lublin
  15. Muscovite–Lithuanian Wars
  16. Polish–Muscovite War (1605–18)
  17. Polish–Russian War
  18. Oprichnina

Modern history, 182[change | change source]

Basics, 35[change | change source]

  1. Modern history
  2. 1973 oil crisis
  3. Abolitionism
  4. Movements for civil rights
  5. Cold War
  6. Decolonization
  7. Financial crisis of 2007–2008
  8. Great Depression
  9. Industrial Revolution
  10. Information Age
  11. New Imperialism
  12. Space exploration
  13. Space Race
  14. 1918 flu pandemic
  15. War on Terror
  16. Women's suffrage
  17. World War I
    1. Balkans Campaign
    2. Eastern Front
    3. Italian Campaign
    4. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I
    5. Western Front
    6. Paris Peace Conference
  18. World War II
    1. Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
    2. Attack on Pearl Harbor
    3. Battle of the Atlantic
    4. Battle of Britain
    5. Eastern Front
    6. Mediterranean, Middle East and African theatres of World War II
    7. Pacific War
    8. Western Front
    9. Winter War
    10. Yalta Conference
  19. Collective farming

Africa, 17[change | change source]

  1. Arab Spring
  2. Algerian War
  3. Angolan Civil War
  4. Anglo–Zulu War
  5. Apartheid in South Africa
  6. Biafra
  7. Congo Free State
  8. Ethiopian Civil War
  9. Libyan civil war
  10. Mahdist War
  11. Nigerian Civil War
  12. Rwandan Genocide
  13. Scramble for Africa
  14. Second Boer War
  15. Second Congo War
  16. Second Italo–Ethiopian War
  17. Sokoto Caliphate

Americas, 22[change | change source]

  1. 2010 Haiti earthquake
  2. African-American Civil Rights Movement
  3. American Civil War
  4. Confederate States of America
  5. Cuban missile crisis
  6. Cuban revolution
  7. Dust Bowl
  8. Empire of Brazil
  9. Gran Colombia
  10. Haitian Revolution
  11. Manhattan Project
  12. Mexican War of Independence
  13. Mexican Revolution
  14. Mexican–American War
  15. September 11 attacks
  16. Spanish–American War
  17. Wall Street Crash of 1929
  18. War of 1812
  19. Paraguayan War
  20. War of the Pacific
  21. American frontier
  22. New Deal

Asia, 55[change | change source]

Eastern Asia, 21[change | change source]
  1. 1931 China floods
  2. 1976 Tangshan earthquake
  3. 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami
    1. Fukushima nuclear disaster
  4. Boxer Rebellion
  5. History of the People's Republic of China
  6. Chinese Civil War
  7. Cultural Revolution
  8. First Sino-Japanese War
  9. Great Leap Forward
  10. Great Chinese Famine
  11. Korean War
  12. Meiji Restoration
  13. Opium Wars
  14. Qing Dynasty
  15. Russo-Japanese War
  16. Second Sino-Japanese War
  17. Taiping Rebellion
  18. Tiananmen Square protests of 1989
  19. Xinhai Revolution
  20. Unequal treaty
Southern Asia, 10[change | change source]
  1. 1970 Bhola cyclone
  2. Bangladesh Liberation War
  3. British Raj
  4. History of the Republic of India
  5. Indian independence movement
  6. Indian Rebellion of 1857
  7. Indo-Pakistani War of 1971
  8. Partition of India
  9. Nguyen dynasty
  10. Konbaung Dynasty
Southeastern Asia, 9[change | change source]
  1. 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami
  2. Dutch East Indies
  3. French Indochina
  4. Indonesian National Revolution
  5. Philippine–American War
  6. Philippine Revolution
  7. Vietnam War
  8. Khmer Rouge
  9. First Indochina War
Western Asia, 14[change | change source]
  1. 1953 Iranian coup d'état
  2. Arab–Israeli conflict
  3. Armenian Genocide
  4. Israeli Declaration of Independence
  5. Gulf War
  6. Iran–Iraq War
  7. Iranian Revolution
  8. Iraq War
  9. Israeli–Palestinian conflict
  10. Persian Constitutional Revolution
  11. Soviet war in Afghanistan
  12. Turkish War of Independence
  13. Young Turks
  14. War in Afghanistan (2001–present)

Europe, 53[change | change source]

Basics, 10[change | change source]
  1. Austrian Empire
  2. Austria-Hungary
  3. Congress of Vienna
  4. European integration
  5. History of the European Union
  6. The Holocaust
  7. Iron Curtain
  8. Revolutions of 1848
  9. Treaty of Paris (1814)
  10. Treaty of Versailles
Eastern Europe, 27[change | change source]
  1. Balkan Wars
    1. First Balkan War
    2. Second Balkan War
  2. Chernobyl disaster
  3. Crimean War
  4. Czechoslovakia
  5. Dissolution of the Soviet Union
  6. East Germany
  7. French invasion of Russia
  8. Great Purge
  9. Greek War of Independence
  10. Gulag
  11. Holodomor
  12. Hungarian Revolution of 1956
  13. Polish–Soviet War
  14. Prague Spring
  15. Revolutions of 1989
  16. Russian Civil War
  17. Russian Empire
  18. Revolution of 1905
  19. Russian Revolution
  20. Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878)
  21. Solidarity (Polish trade union)
  22. Eastern Bloc
  23. Soviet Union
  24. Yugoslavia
  25. Population transfer in the Soviet Union
Western Europe, 16[change | change source]
  1. Belgian Revolution
  2. Berlin Wall
  3. Franco-Prussian War
  4. German Confederation
  5. German Empire
  6. German reunification
  7. Great Famine (Ireland)
  8. Italian unification
  9. July Revolution
  10. Napoleonic Wars
  11. Nazi Germany
  12. Paris Commune
  13. Spanish Civil War
  14. The Troubles
  15. Unification of Germany
  16. Nazi concentration camps

Geography, 1061[change | change source]

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See also Physical sciences/Earth science.

Basics, 49[change | change source]

  1. Geography
  2. Capital city
  3. City
  4. Country
  5. Exploration
  6. Dependent territory
  7. Border
  8. Port
  9. Rural area
  10. Suburb
  11. Village
Cartography, 13
  1. Atlas
  2. Contour line
  3. Geodetic datum
  4. Geographic coordinate system
    1. Latitude
    2. Longitude
  5. Geoid
  6. Globe
  7. Great circle
  8. Map projection
    1. Mercator projection
  9. Reference ellipsoid
  10. Scale (map)
Direction, 5
  1. Cardinal direction
  2. North
  3. East
  4. South
  5. West
Earth, 10
  1. Antarctic Circle
  2. Arctic Circle
  3. Circle of latitude
  4. Equator
  5. Meridian (geography)
  6. North Pole
  7. Prime meridian
  8. South Pole
  9. Tropic of Cancer
  10. Tropic of Capricorn
Continent, 10
  1. Continent
  2. Africa
  3. America
  4. Antarctica
  5. Asia
  6. Australia
  7. Eurasia
  8. Europe
  9. North America
  10. South America

Physical geography, 400[change | change source]

Bodies of water, 211[change | change source]

Oceans and seas, 68[change | change source]
  1. Arctic Ocean
    1. Baffin Bay
    2. Barents Sea
    3. Beaufort Sea
    4. Chukchi Sea
    5. East Siberian Sea
    6. Greenland Sea
    7. Hudson Bay
    8. Kara Sea
    9. Laptev Sea
    10. White Sea
  2. Atlantic Ocean
    1. Baltic Sea
      1. Gulf of Bothnia
    2. Bay of Biscay
    3. Gulf of Guinea
    4. Irish Sea
    5. Labrador Sea
    6. North Sea
    7. Norwegian Sea
    8. Sargasso Sea
  3. Black Sea
    1. Sea of Azov
  4. Caribbean Sea
    1. Gulf of Mexico
    2. Gulf of Saint Lawrence
  5. Mediterranean Sea
    1. Adriatic Sea
    2. Aegean Sea
    3. Ionian Sea
    4. Ligurian Sea
    5. Sea of Marmara
    6. Tyrrhenian Sea
  6. Indian Ocean
    1. Andaman Sea
    2. Arabian Sea
    3. Bay of Bengal
    4. Persian Gulf
    5. Red Sea
    6. Timor Sea
  7. Pacific Ocean
    1. Arafura Sea
    2. Bering Sea
    3. Celebes Sea
    4. Coral Sea
    5. East China Sea
    6. Flores Sea
    7. Gulf of Alaska
    8. Gulf of California
    9. Gulf of Carpentaria
    10. Gulf of Thailand
    11. Java Sea
    12. Koro Sea
    13. Molucca Sea
    14. Philippine Sea
    15. Sea of Japan
    16. Sea of Okhotsk
    17. Solomon Sea
    18. South China Sea
    19. Sulu Sea
    20. Tasman Sea
    21. Yellow Sea
  8. Southern Ocean
    1. Amundsen Sea
    2. Great Australian Bight
    3. Ross Sea
    4. Scotia Sea
    5. Weddell Sea
Straits, 32[change | change source]
  1. Bab-el-Mandeb
  2. Bass Strait
  3. Bering Strait
  4. Bosphorus
  5. Cook Strait
  6. Davis Strait
  7. Denmark Strait
  8. Dardanelles
  9. Strait of Dover
  10. Drake Passage
  11. English Channel
  12. Straits of Florida
  13. Strait of Gibraltar
  14. Strait of Hormuz
  15. Hudson Strait
  16. Kara Strait
  17. Kattegat
  18. Korea Strait
  19. Strait of Magellan
  20. Makassar Strait
  21. Strait of Malacca
  22. Mozambique Channel
  23. Strait of Otranto
  24. Palk Strait
  25. Skagerrak
  26. Sunda Strait
  27. Taiwan Strait
  28. Strait of Tartary
  29. Torres Strait
  30. Tsugaru Strait
  31. Yucatán Channel
  32. Øresund
Rivers, 70[change | change source]
Africa, 12[change | change source]
  1. Congo River
    1. Kasai River
    2. Ubangi River
  2. Limpopo River
  3. Niger River
    1. Benue River
  4. Nile
    1. Blue Nile
    2. White Nile
  5. Orange River
  6. Senegal River
  7. Zambezi
North America, 9[change | change source]
  1. Colorado River
  2. Columbia River
  3. Mackenzie River
  4. Mississippi River
    1. Missouri River
    2. Ohio River
  5. Rio Grande
  6. Saint Lawrence River
  7. Yukon River
South America, 9[change | change source]
  1. Amazon River
    1. Madeira River
    2. Rio Negro (Amazon)
    3. Tocantins River
  2. Magdalena River
  3. Orinoco
  4. Paraná River
  5. Uruguay River
  6. São Francisco River
Asia, 27[change | change source]
  1. Yangtze River
  2. Yellow River (Huang He)
  3. Mekong
  4. Lena River
  5. Yenisei River
    1. Angara River
  6. Ob River
    1. Irtysh River
  7. Indus River
  8. Brahmaputra River
  9. Amur River
    1. Songhua River
  10. Euphrates
  11. Amu Darya
  12. Ganges
    1. Yamuna
  13. Salween River
  14. Ural River
  15. Syr Darya
  16. Irrawaddy River
  17. Kolyma River
  18. Pearl River (China)
  19. Tigris
  20. Indigirka River
  21. Godavari River
  22. Krishna River
  23. Liao River
Europe, 12[change | change source]
  1. Volga River
  2. Danube
  3. Dnieper River
  4. Don River (Russia)
  5. Pechora River
  6. Northern Dvina River
  7. Rhine
  8. Elbe
  9. Vistula
  10. Tagus
  11. Daugava River
  12. Loire
Oceania, 1[change | change source]
  1. Murray River
Lakes, 38[change | change source]
Africa, 8[change | change source]
  1. African Great Lakes
    1. Lake Victoria
    2. Lake Tanganyika
    3. Lake Malawi
    4. Lake Turkana
    5. Lake Albert (Africa)
  2. Lake Mweru
  3. Lake Chad
North America, 10[change | change source]
  1. Great Lakes
    1. Lake Superior
    2. Lake Michigan
    3. Lake Huron
    4. Lake Erie
    5. Lake Ontario
  2. Great Bear Lake
  3. Great Slave Lake
  4. Lake Winnipeg
  5. Lake Nicaragua
South America, 2[change | change source]
  1. Lake Maracaibo
  2. Lake Titicaca
Antarctica, 1[change | change source]
  1. Lake Vostok
Asia, 11[change | change source]
  1. Caspian Sea
  2. Lake Baikal
  3. Lake Balkhash
  4. Issyk Kul
  5. Lake Urmia
  6. Lake Van
  7. Qinghai Lake
  8. Khanka Lake
  9. Poyang Lake
  10. Aral Sea
  11. Dead Sea
Europe, 5[change | change source]
  1. Lake Ladoga
  2. Lake Onega
  3. Vänern
  4. Saimaa
  5. Lake Peipus
Oceania, 1[change | change source]
  1. Lake Eyre
Canals, 3[change | change source]
  1. Erie Canal
  2. Panama Canal
  3. Suez Canal

Islands, 59[change | change source]

Africa, 2[change | change source]
  1. Mascarene Islands
  2. Zanzibar
Americas, 21[change | change source]
Central America and Caribbean, 3
  1. Greater Antilles
    1. Hispaniola
  2. Lesser Antilles
North America, 13
  1. Greenland
  2. Canadian Arctic Archipelago
    1. Queen Elizabeth Islands
      1. Ellesmere Island
    2. Banks Island
    3. Baffin Island
    4. Victoria Island (Canada)
    5. Axel Heiberg Island
    6. Melville Island (Northwest Territories and Nunavut)
    7. Southampton Island
    8. Prince of Wales Island (Nunavut)
  3. Newfoundland (island)
  4. Vancouver Island
South America, 5
  1. Easter Island
  2. Galápagos Islands
  3. Tierra del Fuego
  4. Marajó
  5. Falkland Islands
Asia, 20[change | change source]
  1. Malay Archipelago
    1. Maluku Islands
    2. Luzon
    3. Mindanao
    4. Sunda Islands
      1. Borneo
      2. Sumatra
      3. Sulawesi
      4. Java
      5. Lesser Sunda Islands
        1. Timor
  2. Honshu
  3. Hokkaido
  4. Sakhalin
  5. Kyushu
  6. Severnaya Zemlya
  7. New Siberian Islands
  8. Shikoku
  9. Taiwan
  10. Hainan Island
Europe, 10[change | change source]
  1. British Isles
    1. Great Britain
    2. Ireland
  2. Novaya Zemlya
  3. Spitsbergen
  4. Sicily
  5. Sardinia
  6. Franz Josef Land
  7. Corsica
  8. Zealand
Oceania, 5[change | change source]
  1. New Britain
  2. New Guinea
  3. North Island
  4. South Island
  5. Tasmania
Antarctica, 1[change | change source]
  1. Alexander Island

Peninsulas, 23[change | change source]

Africa, 1
  1. Horn of Africa
Americas, 4
  1. Baja California peninsula
  2. Alaska Peninsula
  3. Labrador Peninsula
  4. Yucatán Peninsula
Asia, 10
  1. Indian subcontinent
  2. Asia Minor
  3. Arabian Peninsula
  4. Indochina
  5. Korean Peninsula
  6. Malay Peninsula
  7. Chukchi Peninsula
  8. Kamchatka Peninsula
  9. Sinai Peninsula
  10. Taymyr Peninsula
Europe, 5
  1. Balkans
  2. Iberian Peninsula
  3. Italian Peninsula
  4. Jutland
  5. Kola Peninsula
  6. Scandinavian Peninsula
Oceania, 1
  1. Cape York Peninsula
Antarctica, 1
  1. Antarctic Peninsula

Land relief, 79[change | change source]

Africa, 4[change | change source]
  1. Atlas Mountains
  2. Drakensberg
  3. Ethiopian Highlands
  4. Great Rift Valley (geographical concept)
Americas, 19[change | change source]
  1. American Cordillera
North America, 14
  1. Adirondack Mountains
  2. Appalachian Mountains
  3. Black Hills
  4. Bryce Canyon National Park
  5. Canadian Shield
  6. Grand Canyon
  7. Great Plains
  8. North American Cordillera
    1. Basin and Range Province
    2. Columbia Plateau
    3. Pacific Coast Ranges
      1. Sierra Nevada (U.S.)
  9. Rocky Mountains
South America, 4
  1. Andes
    1. Altiplano
  2. Brazilian Highlands
  3. Guiana Shield
Asia, 26[change | change source]
Central Asia, Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan, 7
  1. Iranian plateau
  2. Zagros Mountains
  3. Hindu Kush
  4. Caucasus Mountains
  5. Tian Shan
  6. Alborz
  7. Turan Depression
Eastern Asia, 5
  1. North China Plain
  2. Tibetan Plateau
  3. Kunlun Mountains
  4. Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau
  5. Mongolian Plateau
Northern Asia, 6
  1. West Siberian Plain
  2. Central Siberian Plateau
  3. Altai Mountains
  4. Sayan Mountains
  5. Verkhoyansk Range
  6. Sikhote-Alin
Southern Asia, 5
  1. Deccan Plateau
  2. Himalayas
  3. Karakoram
  4. Indo-Gangetic Plain
  5. Western Ghats
Southeastern Asia, 0
Western Asia, 3
  1. Pontic Mountains
  2. Taurus Mountains
  3. Najd
Europe, 9[change | change source]
  1. Alps
  2. Apennine Mountains
  3. Balkan Mountains
  4. Carpathian Mountains
  5. East European Plain
  6. North European Plain
  7. Pyrenees
  8. Scandinavian Mountains
  9. Ural Mountains
Oceania, 3[change | change source]
  1. Great Dividing Range
  2. Southern Alps
  3. Western Plateau
Antarctica, 1[change | change source]
  1. Transantarctic Mountains
Mountain peaks, 17[change | change source]
  1. Aconcagua
  2. Mauna Loa
  3. Mount Elbrus
  4. Mount Etna
  5. Mount Everest
  6. K2
  7. Mount Kenya
  8. Mount Kilimanjaro
  9. Mount Kosciuszko
  10. Mount Logan
  11. Mount McKinley
  12. Mount Olympus
  13. Mount Parnassus
  14. Mount St. Helens
  15. Mount Vesuvius
  16. Mount Whitney
  17. Vinson Massif

Ocean floor, 9[change | change source]

  1. American–Antarctic Ridge
  2. Chile Rise
  3. East Pacific Rise
  4. Mid-Atlantic Ridge
  5. Pacific-Antarctic Ridge
  6. Central Indian Ridge
  7. Southeast Indian Ridge
  8. Southwest Indian Ridge
  9. Mariana Trench

Deserts, 10[change | change source]

  1. Gobi Desert
  2. Sahara
  3. Arabian Desert
  4. Kalahari Desert
  5. Negev
  6. Taklamakan Desert
  7. Great Victoria Desert
  8. Atacama Desert
  9. Patagonian Desert
  10. Great Basin Desert

Others, 3[change | change source]

  1. Great Barrier Reef
  2. Iguaçu Falls
  3. Niagara Falls

Parks and preserves, 42[change | change source]

World Heritage Sites, 32

Africa
  1. Aïr Mountains
  2. Tassili n'Ajjer
  3. Selous Game Reserve
  4. Salonga National Park
  5. Manovo-Gounda St. Floris National Park
  6. Serengeti National Park
  7. Okapi Wildlife Reserve
  8. Banc d'Arguin National Park
  9. Comoé National Park
  10. Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Asia
  1. Sundarbans National Park
  2. Kaziranga National Park
  3. Lorentz National Park
  4. Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra
Europe
  1. Białowieża Forest
  2. Virgin Komi Forests
  3. Giant's Causeway
North America
  1. Yellowstone National Park
  2. Redwood National and State Parks
  3. Chaco Culture National Historical Park
  4. Mesa Verde National Park
  5. Yosemite National Park
  6. Olympic National Park
  7. Everglades National Park
  8. Kluane / Wrangell – St. Elias / Glacier Bay / Tatshenshini-Alsek
  9. La Amistad International Park
  10. Sian Ka'an
  11. Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  12. Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument
Oceania
  1. Te Wahipounamu
South America
  1. Serra do Mar
  2. Jaú National Park

Protected areas, 10

  1. Northeast Greenland National Park
  2. Phoenix Islands Protected Area
  3. Kavango–Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area
  4. Galápagos Marine Reserve
  5. Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park
  6. Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve
  7. Central Kalahari Game Reserve
  8. Wood Buffalo National Park
  9. Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve
  10. Tumucumaque National Park

Cities, 323[change | change source]

  1. Abidjan
  2. Abu Dhabi
  3. Abuja
  4. Accra
  5. Addis Ababa
  6. Ahmedabad
  7. Alexandria
  8. Algiers
  9. Almaty
  10. Amman
  11. Amsterdam
  12. Ankara
  13. Antananarivo
  14. Apia
  15. Ashgabat
  16. Asmara
  17. Astana
  18. Asunción
  19. Aswan
  20. Athens
  21. Atlanta
  22. Auckland
  23. Baghdad
  24. Baku
  25. Bamako
  26. Bandar Seri Begawan
  27. Bangalore
  28. Bangkok
  29. Bangui
  30. Banjul
  31. Barcelona
  32. Basseterre
  33. Beijing
  34. Beirut
  35. Belgrade
  36. Belmopan
  37. Belo Horizonte
  38. Berlin
  39. Bern
  40. Birmingham
  41. Bishkek
  42. Bissau
  43. Bloemfontein
  44. Bogotá
  45. Bordeaux
  46. Boston
  47. Brasília
  48. Bratislava
  49. Brazzaville
  50. Bridgetown
  51. Brussels
  52. Bucharest
  53. Budapest
  54. Buenos Aires
  55. Bujumbura
  56. Busan
  57. Cairo
  58. Canberra
  59. Cape Town
  60. Caracas
  61. Casablanca
  62. Castries
  63. Chengdu
  64. Chennai
  65. Chicago
  66. Chișinău
  67. Chongqing
  68. Cleveland
  69. Cologne
  70. Colombo
  71. Conakry
  72. Copenhagen
  73. Damascus
  74. Dakar
  75. Dallas
  76. Dar es Salaam
  77. Davao City
  78. Delhi
  79. Detroit
  80. Dhaka
  81. Dili
  82. Dodoma
  83. Doha
  84. Dongguan
  85. Dresden
  86. Dubai
  87. Dublin
  88. Durban
  89. Dushanbe
  90. Edinburgh
  91. El Aaiún
  92. Isfahan
  93. Faisalabad
  94. Florence
  95. Frankfurt
  96. Freetown
  97. Funafuti
  98. Gaborone
  99. Gaza
  100. Geneva
  101. Genoa
  102. Georgetown, Guyana
  103. Gdańsk
  104. Guadalajara
  105. Guangzhou
  106. Guatemala City
  107. The Hague
  108. Hamburg
  109. Hanover
  110. Hanoi
  111. Harare
  112. Havana
  113. Helsinki
  114. Ho Chi Minh City
  115. Hong Kong
  116. Honiara
  117. Honolulu
  118. Houston
  119. Hyperabad
  120. Islamabad
  121. Istanbul
  122. Izmir
  123. Jaipur
  124. Jakarta
  125. Jeddah
  126. Jerusalem
  127. Johannesburg
  128. Juba
  129. Kabul
  130. Kampala
  131. Kano
  132. Kanpur
  133. Karachi
  134. Kathmandu
  135. Kharkiv
  136. Khartoum
  137. Kiev
  138. Kingston, Jamaica
  139. Kingstown
  140. Kinshasa
  141. Kolkata
  142. Kraków
  143. Kuala Lumpur
  144. Kutaisi
  145. Kuwait City
  146. Kyoto
  147. La Paz
  148. Lagos
  149. Lahore
  150. Leeds
  151. Lhasa
  152. Libreville
  153. Lilongwe
  154. Lima
  155. Lisbon
  156. Liverpool
  157. Ljubljana
  158. Lomé
  159. London
  160. Los Angeles
  161. Luanda
  162. Lusaka
  163. Lviv
  164. Lyon
  165. Madrid
  166. Majuro
  167. Malabo
  168. Malé
  169. Manchester
  170. Managua
  171. Manama
  172. Manila
  173. Maputo
  174. Marseille
  175. Maseru
  176. Mbabane
  177. Mecca
  178. Melbourne
  179. Melekeok
  180. Mexico City
  181. Miami
  182. Milan
  183. Minsk
  184. Mogadishu
  185. Monrovia
  186. Monterrey
  187. Montevideo
  188. Montreal
  189. Moroni, Comoros
  190. Moscow
  191. Mumbai
  192. Munich
  193. Muscat, Oman
  194. Nagoya
  195. Nairobi
  196. Nanjing
  197. Naples
  198. Nassau, Bahamas
  199. Naypyidaw
  200. N'Djamena
  201. New Delhi
  202. New Orleans
  203. New Taipei City
  204. New York City
  205. Niamey
  206. Nice
  207. Nicosia
  208. Nizhny Novgorod
  209. Nouakchott
  210. Novosibirsk
  211. Nukuʻalofa
  212. Panama City
  213. Paramaribo
  214. Paris
  215. Perth
  216. Philadelphia
  217. Phnom Penh
  218. Podgorica
  219. Port-au-Prince
  220. Port of Spain
  221. Port Louis
  222. Port Moresby
  223. Port Vila
  224. Porto-Novo
  225. Prague
  226. Praia
  227. Pretoria
  228. Pune
  229. Pyongyang
  230. Quito
  231. Rabat
  232. Ramallah
  233. Recife
  234. Reykjavík
  235. Riga
  236. Rio de Janeiro
  237. Riyadh
  238. Rome
  239. Roseau
  240. St. Louis
  241. Saint Petersburg
  242. Samarkand
  243. Sana'a
  244. San Francisco
  245. San Juan, Puerto Rico
  246. San José, Costa Rica
  247. San Salvador
  248. Santiago
  249. Santo Domingo
  250. São Paulo
  251. São Tomé
  252. Sapporo
  253. Sarajevo
  254. Seoul
  255. Seville
  256. Shanghai
  257. Shenyang
  258. Shenzhen
  259. Singapore
  260. Skopje
  261. Sofia
  262. St. George's, Grenada
  263. St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda
  264. Stockholm
  265. Strasbourg
  266. Stuttgart
  267. Sucre
  268. Surabaya
  269. Surat
  270. Suva
  271. Suzhou
  272. Sydney
  273. Taipei
  274. Tallinn
  275. Tarawa
  276. Tashkent
  277. Tbilisi
  278. Tegucigalpa
  279. Tehran
  280. Tel Aviv
  281. Thimphu
  282. Tianjin
  283. Tirana
  284. Tokyo
  285. Toronto
  286. Toulouse
  287. Tripoli
  288. Tunis
  289. Turin
  290. Ulan Bator
  291. Vaduz
  292. Valencia
  293. Valletta
  294. Venice
  295. Victoria, Seychelles
  296. Vienna
  297. Vientiane
  298. Vilnius
  299. Vladivostok
  300. Volgograd
  301. Warsaw
  302. Washington, D.C.
  303. Wellington
  304. Windhoek
  305. Wuhan
  306. Xi'an
  307. Yamoussoukro
  308. Yangon
  309. Yaoundé
  310. Yekaterinburg
  311. Yerevan
  312. Yokohama
  313. Zagreb
  314. Zurich

Countries/territories, 241[change | change source]

See also: List of countries by population.

  1. Abkhazia
  2. Afghanistan
  3. Akrotiri and Dhekelia
  4. Åland Islands
  5. Albania
  6. Algeria
  7. American Samoa
  8. Andorra
  9. Angola
  10. Anguilla
  11. Antigua and Barbuda
  12. Argentina
  13. Armenia
  14. Aruba
  15. Ascension Island
  16. Australia
  17. Austria
  18. Azerbaijan
  19. The Bahamas
  20. Bahrain
  21. Bangladesh
  22. Barbados
  23. Belarus
  24. Belgium
  25. Belize
  26. Benin
  27. Bermuda
  28. Bhutan
  29. Bolivia
  30. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  31. Botswana
  32. Brazil
  33. Brunei
  34. Bulgaria
  35. Burkina Faso
  36. Burma
  37. Burundi
  38. Cambodia
  39. Cameroon
  40. Canada
  41. Cape Verde
  42. Cayman Islands
  43. Central African Republic
  44. Chad
  45. Chile
  46. China
  47. Christmas Island
  48. Cocos (Keeling) Islands
  49. Colombia
  50. Comoros
  51. Republic of the Congo
  52. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  53. Cook Islands
  54. Costa Rica
  55. Ivory Coast
  56. Croatia
  57. Cuba
  58. Cyprus
  59. Czech Republic
  60. Denmark
  61. Djibouti
  62. Dominica
  63. Dominican Republic
  64. East Timor
  65. Ecuador
  66. Egypt
  67. El Salvador
  68. Equatorial Guinea
  69. Eritrea
  70. Estonia
  71. Ethiopia
  72. Faroe Islands
  73. Fiji
  74. Finland
  75. France
  76. French Polynesia
  77. Gabon
  78. The Gambia
  79. Georgia
  80. Germany
  81. Ghana
  82. Gibraltar
  83. Greece
  84. Grenada
  85. Guam
  86. Guatemala
  87. Guernsey
  88. Guinea
  89. Guinea-Bissau
  90. Guyana
  91. Haiti
  92. Honduras
  93. Hungary
  94. Iceland
  95. India
  96. Indonesia
  97. Iran
  98. Iraq
  99. Ireland
  100. Isle of Man
  101. Israel
  102. Italy
  103. Jamaica
  104. Japan
  105. Jersey
  106. Jordan
  107. Kazakhstan
  108. Kenya
  109. Kiribati
  110. South Korea
  111. North Korea
  112. Kosovo
  113. Kuwait
  114. Kyrgyzstan
  115. Laos
  116. Latvia
  117. Lebanon
  118. Lesotho
  119. Liberia
  120. Libya
  121. Liechtenstein
  122. Lithuania
  123. Luxembourg
  124. Macau
  125. Macedonia
  126. Madagascar
  127. Malawi
  128. Malaysia
  129. Maldives
  130. Mali
  131. Malta
  132. Marshall Islands
  133. Mauritania
  134. Mauritius
  135. Mayotte
  136. Mexico
  137. Micronesia
  138. Moldova
  139. Monaco
  140. Mongolia
  141. Montenegro
  142. Montserrat
  143. Morocco
  144. Mozambique
  145. Nagorno-Karabakh
  146. Namibia
  147. Nauru
  148. Nepal
  149. Netherlands
  150. Netherlands Antilles
  151. New Caledonia
  152. New Zealand
  153. Nicaragua
  154. Niger
  155. Nigeria
  156. Niue
  157. Norfolk Island
  158. Northern Cyprus
  159. Northern Mariana Islands
  160. Norway
  161. Oman
  162. Pakistan
  163. Palau
  164. Palestine
  165. Panama
  166. Papua New Guinea
  167. Paraguay
  168. Peru
  169. Philippines
  170. Pitcairn Islands
  171. Poland
  172. Portugal
  173. Puerto Rico
  174. Qatar
  175. Romania
  176. Russia
  177. Rwanda
  178. Saint Barthélemy
  179. Saint Helena
  180. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  181. Saint Lucia
  182. Saint Martin
  183. Saint Pierre and Miquelon
  184. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  185. Samoa
  186. San Marino
  187. São Tomé and Príncipe
  188. Saudi Arabia
  189. Senegal
  190. Serbia
  191. Seychelles
  192. Sierra Leone
  193. Slovakia
  194. Slovenia
  195. Solomon Islands
  196. Somalia
  197. Somaliland
  198. South Africa
  199. South Ossetia
  200. Spain
  201. Sri Lanka
  202. Sudan
  203. Suriname
  204. Svalbard
  205. Swaziland
  206. Sweden
  207. Switzerland
  208. Syria
  209. Taiwan
  210. Tajikistan
  211. Tanzania
  212. Thailand
  213. Togo
  214. Tokelau
  215. Tonga
  216. Transnistria
  217. Trinidad and Tobago
  218. Tristan da Cunha
  219. Tunisia
  220. Turkey
  221. Turkmenistan
  222. Turks and Caicos Islands
  223. Tuvalu
  224. Uganda
  225. Ukraine
  226. United Arab Emirates
  227. United Kingdom
  228. United States
  229. Uruguay
  230. Uzbekistan
  231. Vanuatu
  232. Vatican City
  233. Venezuela
  234. Vietnam
  235. British Virgin Islands
  236. United States Virgin Islands
  237. Wallis and Futuna
  238. Western Sahara
  239. Yemen
  240. Zambia
  241. Zimbabwe

Regions, 12[change | change source]

  1. Arctic
  2. Central America
  3. Latin America
  4. Middle East
  5. Oceania

Country subdivisions, 7[change | change source]

  1. Alaska
  2. California
  3. England
  4. Florida
  5. Scotland
  6. Siberia
  7. Texas

Arts, 604[change | change source]

Transcluded from Wikipedia:List of articles all languages should have/Expanded/Arts.

Basics, 1[change | change source]

  1. Art

Architecture, 122[change | change source]

See also Tecnology>Construction section

Basics, 8[change | change source]

  1. Architecture
  2. Sacred architecture
  3. Architectural plan
  4. Architectural style
  5. Architectural theory
  6. Byzantine architecture
  7. Proportion (architecture)
  8. Landscape architecture

Specific structures and ensembles, 114[change | change source]

Africa, 14
  1. Abu Simbel temples
  2. Aït Benhaddou
  3. Aswan Dam
  4. Bibliotheca Alexandrina
  5. Giza Necropolis
  6. Great Mosque of Djenné
  7. Karnak Temple Complex
  8. Krak des Chevaliers
  9. Luxor Temple
  10. Rock-Hewn Churches, Lalibela
  11. Saint Catherine's Monastery
  12. Temple of Edfu
  13. Umayyad Mosque
  14. Great Zimbabwe
Americas, 17
  1. Chichen Itza
  2. Chrysler Building
  3. Empire State Building
  4. Fallingwater Residence
  5. Flatiron Building
  6. Getty Center
  7. Guggenheim New York
  8. Maracanã Stadium
  9. Machu Picchu
  10. Mexico City Cathedral
  11. Naqsh-e Jahan Square
  12. National Congress of Brazil
  13. Willis Tower
  14. Statue of Liberty
  15. The Pyramid of the Sun
  16. Uxmal
  17. World Trade Center
Asia, 30
  1. Angkor Wat
  2. Arg-é Bam
  3. Badshahi Mosque
  4. Bagan
  5. Borobudur
  6. Burj Khalifa
  7. Burj Al Arab
  8. Chinese_garden
  9. Chogha Zanbil
  10. Forbidden City
  11. Great Wall of China
  12. Hagia Sophia
  13. Hawa Mahal
  14. Himeji Castle
  15. Hōryū-ji
  16. Itsukushima Shrine
  17. Khajuraho
  18. Masjid al-Haram
  19. Ming Dynasty Tombs
  20. Mogao_Caves
  21. Petra
  22. Potala Palace
  23. Prambanan
  24. Red Fort
  25. Registan
  26. Shwedagon Pagoda
  27. Taj Mahal
  28. Temple of Confucius
  29. Terracotta_Army
  30. Topkapı Palace
Europe, 43
  1. Acropolis of Athens
  2. Alhambra
  3. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia
  4. Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar
  5. Belvedere Palace
  6. British Museum
  7. Buckingham Palace
  8. Capitoline Hill
  9. Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
  10. Catherine Palace
  11. Cave of Altamira
  12. Chartres Cathedral
  13. Cologne Cathedral
  14. Colosseum
  15. Doge's Palace
  16. Eiffel Tower
  17. El Escorial
  18. Florence Cathedral
  19. Guggenheim Bilbao
  20. Hungarian Parliament Building
  21. Kazan Cathedral
  22. Milan Cathedral
  23. Mont Saint-Michel
  24. Moscow Kremlin
  25. Mount Athos Monasteries
  26. Mudéjar Architecture of Aragon
  27. Neuschwanstein Castle
  28. Oslo Opera House
  29. Palazzo Pitti
  30. Parthenon
  31. Pantheon
  32. Peterhof Palace
  33. Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes
  34. Sagrada Família
  35. Saint Basil's Cathedral
  36. St. Peter's Basilica
  37. Stonehenge
  38. Versailles Palace
  39. Way of St. James
  40. Wembley Stadium
  41. Westminster Palace
  42. Windsor Castle
  43. Winter Palace
Oceania, 1
  1. Sydney Opera House
Seven Wonders of the World, 8
  1. Wonders of the World
    1. Colossus of Rhodes
    2. Great Pyramid of Giza
    3. Hanging Gardens of Babylon
    4. Lighthouse of Alexandria
    5. Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
    6. Statue of Zeus at Olympia
    7. Temple of Artemis

Literature, 131[change | change source]

  1. Literature
    1. Ancient literature
      1. Byzantine literature
      2. Latin literature
    2. English literature
      1. American literature
      2. Australian literature
      3. British literature
      4. Canadian literature
      5. Irish literature
      6. South African literature
    3. African literature
      1. Egyptian literature
    4. Asian literature
      1. Arabic literature
      2. Chinese literature
      3. Hebrew literature
      4. Indian literature
      5. Japanese literature
      6. Persian literature
      7. Turkish literature
      8. Yiddish literature
    5. Czech literature
    6. Dutch literature
    7. German literature
      1. Austrian literature
    8. Greek literature
    9. French literature
      1. Belgian literature
    10. Italian literature
    11. Polish literature
    12. Portuguese literature
    13. Spanish literature
      1. Latin American literature
    14. Romanian literature
    15. Russian literature
    16. Swiss literature
    17. Modernist literature
  2. Fiction
    1. Prose
      1. Novel
      2. Short story
  3. Book
  4. Encyclopedia
  5. Poetry
    1. Epic poetry
  6. Literary theory
    1. Poetics
    2. Stylistics
    3. New Criticism
  7. Literary genre
    1. Children's literature
    2. Detective fiction
    3. Genre fiction
    4. Science fiction
    5. Young-adult fiction
  8. Fable
  9. Fairy tale
  10. Fantasy
  11. Thesaurus

Specific works of literature, 54[change | change source]

  1. The Art of War
  2. Code of Hammurabi
  3. Euclid's Elements
  4. Eugene Onegin
  5. Hamlet
  6. Republic
  7. One Thousand and One Nights
  8. Dream of the Red Chamber
  9. Don Quixote
  10. The Lord of the Rings
  11. The Tale of Genji
  12. Epic of Gilgamesh
  13. Iliad
  14. Journey to the West
  15. Mahabharata
  16. Odyssey
  17. Parzival
  18. Romance of the Three Kingdoms
  19. Shahnameh
  20. Water Margin
  21. Dead Sea Scrolls
  22. I Ching
  23. Septuagint
  24. Vulgate
  25. Encyclopædia Britannica
  26. Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica
  27. On the Origin of Species
  28. Oxford English Dictionary
  29. Gulliver's Travels
  30. King Lear
  31. Macbeth
  32. A Midsummer Night's Dream
  33. Othello
  34. Robinson Crusoe
  35. Romeo and Juliet
  36. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  37. Anna Karenina
  38. The Brothers Karamazov
  39. The Catcher in the Rye
  40. The Chronicles of Narnia
  41. Crime and Punishment
  42. Frankenstein
  43. The Little Prince
  44. Moby-Dick
  45. Nineteen Eighty-Four
  46. The Old Man and the Sea
  47. One Hundred Years of Solitude
  48. Pride and Prejudice
  49. Ulysses (novel)
  50. Waiting for Godot
  51. War and Peace
  52. Aeneid
  53. Metamorphoses
  54. Divine Comedy

Fictional worlds, 15[change | change source]

  1. Centaur
  2. Chimera (mythology)
  3. Demon
  4. Dragon
  5. Fairy
  6. Ghost
  7. Jinn
  8. Loch Ness Monster
  9. Mermaid
  10. Pegasus
  11. Unicorn
  12. Vampire
  13. Werewolf
  14. Atlantis
  15. Utopia

Music, 160[change | change source]

Basics, 26[change | change source]

  1. Music
    1. Choir
    2. Interval
    3. Major and minor
    4. Musical improvisation
    5. Scale (music)
    6. Orchestra
    7. Rhythm
  2. Singing
  3. Song
  4. Musicology
    1. Articulation
    2. Counterpoint
    3. Music theory
    4. Musical form
    5. Mode (music)
    6. Musical technique
    7. Twelve-tone technique
  5. Music of Australia
  6. Indigenous music
  7. Jewish music
  8. Music of Southeastern Europe
  9. Music video
  10. Rapping
  11. Melody
  12. Harmony

Music genres/forms, 65[change | change source]

  1. Medieval music
  2. Renaissance music
  3. Baroque music
  4. Classical period
  5. Romantic music
  6. 20th-century classical music
    1. Impressionist music
    2. Expressionist music
    3. Neoclassicism
  7. Contemporary music
    1. Serialism
    2. Aleatoric music
    3. Minimal music
  8. Classical music
    1. Aria
    2. Ballet
    3. Canon
    4. Cantata
    5. Chamber music
    6. Character piece
    7. Chorale
    8. Concerto
    9. Étude
    10. Fugue
    11. Hymn
    12. Lied
    13. Madrigal
    14. Mass
    15. Opera
    16. Overture
    17. Prelude
    18. Requiem
    19. Sonata
    20. Suite
    21. Symphonic poem
    22. Symphony
  9. Blues
  10. Country
  11. Dance music
  12. Easy listening
  13. Electronic music
  14. Film music
  15. Folk music
  16. Gamelan
  17. Hip hop music
  18. Jazz
    1. Bebop
    2. Dixieland
    3. Free jazz
    4. Swing music
  19. Klezmer
  20. Pop music
  21. Reggae
  22. Rhythm and blues
    1. Soul music
  23. Rock music
    1. Heavy metal music
  24. Schlager music
  25. World music
  26. Disco
  27. Funk
  28. Ragtime
  29. Alternative rock
  30. Punk rock
  31. Rock and roll

Musical instruments, 59[change | change source]

  1. Musical instrument
  2. Accordion
  3. Brass instrument
  4. Alto_saxophone
  5. Bass guitar
  6. Bass drum
  7. Bassoon
  8. Bells
  9. Bongo
  10. Carillon
  11. Cello
  12. Celeste
  13. Tubular bells
  14. Clarinet
  15. Contrabassoon
  16. Cornet
  17. Drum
  18. Electronic musical instrument
    1. Electric guitar
    2. Electric organ
    3. Electric piano
    4. Music sequencer
    5. Synthesizer
  19. Cor anglais
  20. Euphonium
  21. Flugelhorn
  22. Flute
  23. Horn (instrument)
  24. Guitar
  25. Harmonica
  26. Pump organ
  27. Harp
  28. Harpsichord
  29. Oboe
  30. Piano
  31. Piccolo
  32. Pipe organ
  33. Recorder
  34. Saxophone
  35. Snare drum
  36. Sousaphone
  37. Double bass
  38. String instrument
  39. Timpani
  40. Trombone
  41. Trumpet
  42. Tuba
  43. Vibraphone
  44. Viola
  45. Violin
  46. Xylophone
  47. Zither
  48. Mandolin
  49. Lute
  50. Wind instrument
  51. Woodwind instrument
  52. Bagpipes
  53. Percussion instrument
  54. Cymbal

Specific musical works, 10[change | change source]

Classical, 7
  1. The Four Seasons (Vivaldi)
  2. Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven)
  3. Symphony No. 9 (Beethoven)
  4. The Magic Flute
  5. Don Giovanni
  6. Madama Butterfly
  7. Der Ring des Nibelungen
Modern, 3
  1. The Dark Side of the Moon
  2. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
  3. Thriller (Michael Jackson album)

Performing arts, 70[change | change source]

Concepts, 5[change | change source]

  1. Performing arts
  2. Audience
  3. Theater
  4. Joke
  5. Parody

Forms, 65[change | change source]

  1. Acrobatics
    1. Tightrope walking
    2. Trapeze
  2. Circus
  3. Magic
    1. Card manipulation
    2. Escapology
  4. Musical theatre
  5. Operetta
  6. Oratory
  7. Performance art
  8. Clown
Dance, 21
  1. Dance
  2. Ballet
  3. Choreography
  4. Bossa nova
  5. B-boying
  6. Flamenco
  7. Folk dance
  8. Foxtrot
  9. Hip hop
  10. Jitterbug
  11. Jive
  12. Mambo
  13. Modern dance
  14. Pasodoble
  15. Quickstep
  16. Rumba
  17. Samba
  18. Social dance
  19. Tango
  20. Twist
  21. Waltz
Theatre, 32
  1. Theatre
    1. Theatre of ancient Greece
    2. Theatre of China
    3. Theatre of France
    4. Theater of the United States
    5. Amateur theatre
    6. Improvisational theatre
  2. Audition
  3. Biomechanics
  4. Broadway theatre
  5. Cabaret
  6. Corps de ballet
  7. Comedy
  8. Commedia dell'arte
  9. Dialogue
  10. Drama
  11. Dramatic theory
  12. Expressionism (theatre)
  13. Mystery play
  14. Naturalism (theatre)
  15. Playwright
  16. Poetry reading
  17. Postmodern theatre
  18. Puppetry
  19. Soliloquy
  20. Kabuki
  21. Peking opera
  22. Noh
  23. Scenography
  24. Theatre technique
  25. Wayang
  26. Tragedy

Visual arts, 120[change | change source]

  1. Visual arts

History of art, 51[change | change source]

Early art, 8
  1. Byzantine art
  2. Carolingian art
  3. Celtic art
  4. Etruscan art
  5. Miniature (illuminated manuscript)
  6. Ottonian art
  7. Renaissance art
  8. Stained glass
Pre-modern art, 11
  1. Academic art
  2. Baroque
  3. Classicism
  4. Düsseldorf school of painting
  5. Dutch Golden Age painting
  6. Empire style
  7. Gothic art
  8. Mannerism
  9. Realism (arts)
  10. Romanesque art
  11. Rococo
Modern art, 20
  1. Modern art
  2. Abstract art
  3. Abstract expressionism
  4. Art Deco
  5. Art Nouveau
  6. Bauhaus
  7. Concrete art
  8. Constructivism (art)
  9. Cubism
  10. Dada
  11. Expressionism
  12. Futurism
  13. Impressionism
  14. Kitsch
  15. Neoclassicism
  16. Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
  17. Post-Impressionism
  18. Suprematism
  19. Surrealism
  20. Symbolism (arts)
Contemporary art, 12
  1. Contemporary art
  2. Fluxus
  3. Kinetic art
  4. Land art
  5. Minimalism
  6. Neo-expressionism
  7. Conceptual art
  8. Op art
  9. Outsider art
  10. Pop art
  11. Postmodern art
  12. Transavantgarde

Artist's tools, 6[change | change source]

  1. Charcoal
  2. Ink
  3. Paint
  4. Pencil
  5. Pigment
  6. Pen

Design, 3[change | change source]

  1. Design
  2. Graphic design
  3. Web design

Concepts and forms, 38[change | change source]

  1. Body art
  2. Calligraphy
  3. Comics
  4. Drawing
  5. Environmental art
  6. Fashion
  7. Painting
  8. Palette
  9. Portrait miniature
  10. Pottery
  11. Sculpture
  12. Video art
  13. Collage
  14. Manga
  15. Graffiti
  16. Illustration
  17. Mosaic
  18. Oil painting
  19. Watercolor painting
Film, 19
  1. Film
  2. Animation
    1. Anime
    2. Computer animation
  3. Color motion picture film
  4. Short film
  5. Silent film
  6. Filmmaking
    1. Cinematography
    2. Film editing
    3. Foley (filmmaking)
    4. Gaffer
    5. Sound editor (filmmaking)
    6. Special effect
    7. Studio system
    8. Technicolor
  7. Bollywood
  8. Cannes Film Festival
  9. Academy Award

Specific works, 21[change | change source]

Painting, 8
  1. The Blue Boy
  2. The Death of Socrates
  3. Mona Lisa
  4. The Night Watch
  5. The Scream
  6. The Last Supper
  7. The Starry Night
  8. Guernica
Sculpture, 4
  1. The Thinker
  2. David (Michelangelo)
  3. Manneken Pis
  4. The Little Mermaid (statue)
  5. Venus de Milo
Films, 9
  1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  2. Citizen Kane
  3. Lawrence of Arabia
  4. The Sound of Music
  5. Casablanca
  6. Gone with the Wind
  7. 2001: A Space Odyssey
  8. Star Wars
  9. The Godfather

Philosophy and religion, 354[change | change source]

Transcluded from Wikipedia:List of articles all languages should have/Expanded/Philosophy and religion.

Philosophy, 98[change | change source]

Basics, 5[change | change source]

  1. Philosophy
  2. Philosophy of language
  3. Philosophy of mathematics
  4. Philosophy of mind
  5. Political philosophy

History of philosophy, 14[change | change source]

Philosophy by epoch, 7
  1. Pre-Socratic philosophy
  2. Ancient philosophy
    1. Ancient Greek philosophy
  3. Medieval philosophy
  4. Renaissance philosophy
  5. Modern philosophy
  6. Contemporary philosophy
Philosophy by region, 7
  1. Eastern philosophy
  2. Western philosophy
  3. Indian philosophy
  4. Chinese philosophy
  5. German philosophy
  6. French philosophy
  7. American philosophy

Philosophical branches, approaches and concepts, 65[change | change source]

Aesthetics, 4[change | change source]
  1. Aesthetics
  2. Perfection
Concepts, 2
  1. Beauty
  2. Sublime (philosophy)
Ethics, 15[change | change source]
  1. Ethics
  2. Conscience
  3. Good and evil
  4. Injustice
  5. Liberty
  6. Principle
  7. Safety
  8. Wisdom
Approaches, 4
  1. Deontological ethics
  2. Nihilism
  3. Relativism
  4. Utilitarianism
Concepts, 3
  1. Free will
  2. Morality
  3. Virtue
Epistemology, 16[change | change source]
  1. Epistemology
  2. Occam's razor
  3. Common sense
  4. Opinion
  5. Paradigm
  6. Reason
  7. Thought experiment
Approaches, 5
  1. Empiricism
  2. Naturalism (philosophy)
  3. Pragmatism
  4. Rationalism
  5. Reductionism
Concepts, 4
  1. Belief
  2. Experience
  3. Knowledge
  4. Truth
Logic, 6[change | change source]
  1. Logic
  2. Dialectic
  3. A priori and a posteriori
  4. Argument
  5. Inference
  6. Paradox
Metaphysics, 12[change | change source]
  1. Metaphysics
  2. Abstraction
  3. Causality
  4. Nothing
Approaches, 5
  1. Determinism
  2. Dualism
  3. Idealism
  4. Materialism
  5. Monism
Concepts, 3
  1. Existence
  2. Ontology
  3. Reality
Philosophy of science, 6[change | change source]
  1. Philosophy of science
    1. Fact
    2. Hypothesis
    3. Pseudoscience
      1. Parapsychology
    4. Theory
Religious philosophy, 6[change | change source]
  1. Religious philosophy
    1. Buddhist philosophy
    2. Islamic philosophy
    3. Christian philosophy
  2. Philosophy of religion
  3. Absolute (philosophy)

Philosophical schools and traditions, 14[change | change source]

  1. Existentialism
  2. Humanism
  3. Logical positivism
  4. Modernism
  5. Objectivism (Ayn Rand)
  6. Positivism
  7. Postmodernism
  8. Platonic realism
  9. Romanticism
  10. Skepticism
  11. Stoicism
  12. Analytic philosophy
  13. Phenomenology (philosophy)
  14. Thomism

Religion and spiritualty, 93[change | change source]

Basics, 21
  1. Religion
  2. Deity
    1. God
    2. Goddess
  3. Priest
  4. Spirituality
  5. Soul
  6. Spiritual practice
    1. Meditation
    2. Prayer
    3. Adoration
  7. Circumcision
  8. Devil
  9. Religious studies
  10. Sacrifice
  11. Comparative religion
  12. Doctrine
  13. Folk religion
  14. Freedom of religion
  15. Secularism
  16. Theology
Deity, 2
  1. Creator deity
  2. Mother goddess
Beliefs, 15
  1. Animism
  2. Creation myth
  3. Curse
  4. Divine presence
  5. Eschatology
  6. Evil
  7. Faith
  8. Myth of origins
  9. Religious experience
  10. Resurrection
  11. Sacred
  12. Religious art
  13. Supernatural
  14. Totemism
  15. Theophany
Practices, 13
  1. Apologetics
  2. Fasting
  3. Heresy
  4. Icon
  5. Iconoclasm
  6. Idolatry
  7. Liturgy
  8. Pilgrimage
  9. Prophecy
  10. Religious conversion
  11. Ritual
  12. Veneration
  13. Worship
Death and afterlife, 13
  1. Afterlife
  2. Burial
  3. Cemetery
  4. Cremation
  5. Crypt
  6. Death (personification)
  7. Funeral
  8. Heaven
  9. Hell
  10. Mummy
  11. Reincarnation
  12. Spirit
  13. Underworld
Institutions, 10
  1. Altar
  2. Anti-clericalism
  3. Creed
  4. Cult
  5. Monastery
  6. Religious denomination
  7. Schism (religion)
  8. Sect
  9. Shrine
  10. Temple
Theistic philosophies, 15
  1. Theism
  2. Agnosticism
  3. Atheism
  4. Deism
  5. Fundamentalism
  6. Monotheism
  7. Panentheism
  8. Pantheism
  9. Polytheism
  10. Ecumenism
  11. Neopaganism
  12. Orthodoxy
  13. Paganism
  14. Syncretism
  15. Unitarianism
Non-theistic philosophies, 4
  1. Nontheism
  2. Antitheism
  3. Freethought
  4. Post-theism

Specific religions, 110[change | change source]

Abrahamic religions, 58[change | change source]

  1. Christianity
  2. Druze
  3. Islam
  4. Judaism
  5. Angel
  6. Holy Spirit
  7. Messiah
  8. Sin
  9. Ten Commandments
Christianity, 25
  1. Christian Church
  2. Jehovah
  3. Satan
  4. Bible
  5. Christmas
  6. Easter
  7. Pentecost
  8. Trinity
  9. Nontrinitarianism
  10. Catholicism
    1. Catholic Church
    2. Pope
  11. Eastern Orthodox Church
  12. Protestantism
    1. Anglicanism
    2. Baptism
    3. Evangelicalism
    4. Lutheranism
    5. Methodism
    6. Mormonism
    7. Quakers
  13. Oriental Orthodoxy
  14. Church (building)
  15. Russian Orthodox Church
  16. Calvinism
Islam, 14
  1. Five Pillars of Islam
  2. Islamic schools and branches
    1. Shia Islam
    2. Sunni Islam
    3. Sufism
  3. Allah
  4. Quran
  5. Imam
  6. Mosque
  7. Hajj
  8. Hadith
  9. Kaaba
  10. Muslim
  11. Sharia
Judaism, 10
  1. Orthodox Judaism
  2. Reform Judaism
  3. Conservative Judaism
  4. Passover
  5. Rabbi
  6. Synagogue
  7. Torah
  8. Tanakh
  9. Talmud
  10. Yom Kippur

Eastern religions, 45[change | change source]

  1. Bahá'í Faith
  2. Buddhism
    1. Mahayana
      1. Avalokiteśvara
      2. Diamond Sutra
    2. Nirvana
    3. Theravada
      1. Pāli Canon
    4. Tibetan Buddhism
    5. Vajrayana
    6. Zen
  3. Confucianism
    1. Four Books and Five Classics
  4. Hinduism
    1. Shaivism
    2. Vaishnavism
    3. Shaktism
    4. Om
    5. Avatar
    6. Ayurveda
    7. Bhagavad Gita
    8. Brahma
    9. Brahman
    10. Dharma
    11. Ishvara
    12. Karma
    13. Krishna
    14. Kumbha Mela
    15. Ramayana
    16. Rigveda
    17. Shiva
    18. Trimurti
    19. Upanishads
    20. Vedas
    21. Vedanta
    22. Vishnu
    23. Yoga
  5. Jainism
  6. Shinto
  7. Sikhism
    1. Guru Granth Sahib
    2. Harmandir Sahib
  8. Taoism
    1. Tao Te Ching

Traditional religions, 7[change | change source]

  1. Traditional African religion
  2. Chinese folk religion
    1. Jade Emperor
  3. Shamanism
  4. Zoroastrianism
    1. Avesta
    2. Parsi

Esoterics, magic and mythology, 52[change | change source]

  1. Mysticism
  2. Gnosticism
  3. Magic (paranormal)
    1. Astrology
    2. Tarot
    3. Witchcraft
  4. Occultism
  5. Voodoo

Mythology, 44[change | change source]

  1. Mythology
  2. Australian Aboriginal mythology
  3. Celtic polytheism
  4. Egyptian mythology
  5. Germanic paganism
  6. Greek mythology
  7. Lilith
  8. Native American mythology
  9. Norse mythology
  10. Roman mythology
Egyptian mythology, 8
  1. Amun
  2. Anubis
  3. Aten
  4. Hathor
  5. Horus
  6. Isis
  7. Osiris
  8. Ra
Greek mythology, 14
  1. Zeus
  2. Eros
  3. Poseidon
  4. Hades
  5. Hera
  6. Aphrodite
  7. Artemis
  8. Athena
  9. Hestia
  10. Ares
  11. Hermes
  12. Hephaestus
  13. Apollo
  14. Gaia (mythology)
Native American mythology, 3
  1. Coyote in mythology
  2. Great Spirit
  3. Quetzalcoatl
Norse mythology, 3
  1. Odin
  2. Thor
  3. Wōden
Roman mythology, 6
  1. Juno (mythology)
  2. Jupiter (mythology)
  3. Mars (mythology)
  4. Pluto (mythology)
  5. Venus (mythology)
  6. Vulcan (mythology)

Anthropology, psychology and everyday life, 777[change | change source]

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Anthropology, 10[change | change source]

  1. Anthropology
  2. Culture
  3. Festival
  4. Holiday
  5. Biological anthropology
  6. Race (classification of humans)
  7. Cultural anthropology
  8. Linguistic anthropology
  9. Social anthropology
  10. People

Ethnology, 26[change | change source]

  1. Ethnology
  2. Ethnic group
  3. Ethnography
  4. Indigenous peoples
  5. Panethnicity
Ethnic groups, 21
  1. Basque people
  2. Bushmen
  3. Germanic peoples
  4. Indigenous Australians
  5. Indigenous peoples of the Americas
  6. Inuit
  7. Jews
  8. Kurdish people
  9. Mongols
  10. Romani people
  11. Slavic peoples
  12. Tutsi
  13. Arab people
  14. Austronesian peoples
  15. Berber people
  16. Creole peoples
  17. Han Chinese
  18. Malayali
  19. Proto-Indo-Europeans
  20. Semitic
  21. Turkish people

Family and kinship , 50[change | change source]

  1. Kinship
  2. Family
    1. Household
    2. Nuclear family
    3. Extended family
    4. Stepfamily
  3. affinity (law) (In-laws)
  4. Clan
  5. Consanguinity
  6. Godparent
Family members, 16
  1. Significant others
    1. Husband
    2. Wife
    3. Boyfriend
    4. Girlfriend
  2. Parent and children
    1. Father
    2. Mother
    3. Daughter
    4. Son
  3. Siblings
    1. Nephew and niece
  4. Grandparents and their descendants
    1. Uncle
    2. Aunt
    3. Cousin
Familial relation and their establishment, 24
  1. Courtship
  2. Romance (love)
  3. Dating
  4. Interpersonal relationship
    1. Casual relationship
    2. Intimate relationship
    3. Same-sex relationship
    4. Cohabitation
  5. Wedding
  6. Marriage
    1. Civil marriage
    2. Civil union
    3. Domestic partnership
  7. Monogamy
  8. Bigamy
  9. Polygamy
  10. Infidelity
    1. Breaking up
    2. Divorce
  11. Family planning
  12. Childbirth
  13. Parenting
  14. Adoption
  15. Disownment

Cooking, food and drink, 152[change | change source]

Fruits and vegetables see in Biology list

Basic, 18[change | change source]

  1. Cooking
  2. Cuisine
  3. Food
  4. Drink
  5. Vitamin
  6. Meal
    1. Breakfast
    2. Lunch
    3. Dinner
    4. Elevenses
    5. Tea (meal)
  7. Dish
    1. Entrée
    2. Main course
    3. Dessert
  8. Cannibalism
  9. Vegetarianism
  10. Restaurant

Dairy and analogues, 18[change | change source]

  1. Milk
  2. Butter
    1. Margarine
  3. Cheese
    1. American cheese
    2. Blue cheese
    3. Cheddar cheese
    4. Edam (cheese)
    5. Feta
    6. Gouda
    7. Mozzarella
    8. Parmigiano-Reggiano
    9. Ricotta
    10. Swiss cheese
  4. Ice cream
  5. Soy milk
    1. Tofu
  6. Yogurt

Grains, 3[change | change source]

  1. Bread
  2. Cereal
  3. Flour

Sweet Things, 3[change | change source]

  1. Candy
  2. Chocolate
  3. Honey

Nuts, 5[change | change source]

  1. Nut (fruit)
  2. Acorn
  3. Hazelnut
  4. pine nut
  5. Walnut

Meat and other animal products, 20[change | change source]

  1. Egg (food)
  2. Meat
    1. Bacon
    2. Beef
    3. Chicken (food)
    4. Ham
    5. Hamburger
    6. Hot dog
    7. Lamb and mutton
    8. Pork
    9. Veal
    10. Venison
  3. Lard
  4. Offal
    1. Blood as food
    2. Brain (food)
    3. Gizzard
    4. Liver (food)
    5. Tripe
  5. Sausage

Herbs and condiments, 31[change | change source]

Categories, 5
  1. Condiment
  2. Herb
  3. Sauce
  4. Seasoning
  5. Spice
Specific, 26
  1. Anise
  2. Basil
  3. Black pepper
  4. Cardamom
  5. Chutney
  6. Cinnamon
  7. Fennel
  8. Garlic
  9. Ginger
  10. Horseradish
  11. Ketchup
  12. Lavandula
  13. Liquorice
  14. Mayonnaise
  15. Mentha
  16. Mustard (condiment)
  17. Onion
  18. Paprika
  19. Parsley
  20. Parsnip
  21. Pesto
  22. Relish
  23. Sage
  24. Tartar sauce
  25. Thyme
  26. Vinegar

Food types, 3[change | change source]

  1. Curry
  2. French fries
  3. Sushi

Drinks, 13[change | change source]

Drunk cool, 9
  1. Drinking water
  2. Iced tea
  3. Juice
  4. Lemonade
  5. Soft drink
    1. Cola
      1. Coca-Cola
    2. Energy drink
    3. Tonic water
Drunk heated, 4
  1. Atole
  2. Tea
  3. Coffee
  4. Hot chocolate

Alcohol, 24[change | change source]

  1. Alcoholic beverage
  2. Distilled beverage
  3. Beer
  4. Bourbon whiskey
  5. Brandy
  6. Cider
  7. Gin
  8. Liqueur
  9. Rum
  10. Sake
  11. Scotch whisky
  12. Vermouth
  13. Vodka
  14. Whisky
  15. Wine
    1. Red wine
      1. Cabernet Sauvignon
    2. White wine
      1. Chardonnay
Mixed drinks, 5
  1. Cocktail
  2. Martini
  3. Mojito
  4. Old Fashioned
  5. Piña colada

Dish types, 14[change | change source]

  1. Cake
  2. Casserole
  3. Dumpling
  4. Fondue
  5. Noodles
  6. Pasta
  7. Pastry
  8. Pie
  9. Pizza
  10. Porridge
  11. Salad
  12. Sandwich
  13. Soup
  14. Stew

Household items, 50[change | change source]

For appliance, see under "Mechanical engineering and machinery"

Clothing and fashion, 26[change | change source]

  1. Belt (clothing)
  2. Burqa
  3. Button
  4. Cloak
  5. Clothing
  6. Coat
  7. Dress
  8. Glove
  9. Hat
  10. Necktie
  11. Trousers
  12. Shoe
  13. Scarf
  14. Shirt
  15. Skirt
  16. Swimsuit
  17. Sock
  18. Velcro
  19. Zipper
  20. Beard
  21. Brassiere
  22. Cosmetics
  23. Perfume
  24. Jewellery
  25. Mask
  26. Tattoo

Furniture and decoration, 16[change | change source]

  1. Bathtub
  2. Bed
  3. Bench (furniture)
  4. Cabinetry
  5. Carpet
  6. Chair
  7. Commode
  8. Couch
  9. Cupboard
  10. Desk
  11. Drapery
  12. Fireplace
  13. Furniture
  14. Home appliance
  15. Pillow
  16. Table (furniture)

Goods, 8[change | change source]

  1. Bedding
  2. Pan
  3. Cutlery
  4. Tableware
  5. Linens
  6. Fork
  7. Spoon
  8. Plate (dishware)

Sexuality, 20[change | change source]

  1. Human sexuality
  2. Man
  3. Woman
  4. Heterosexuality
  5. Homosexuality
  6. Sexual intercourse
  7. Safe sex
  8. Fertility
  9. Kiss
  10. Sexual attraction
  11. Sexual orientation
  12. Bisexuality
  13. Foreplay
  14. Oral sex
  15. Orgasm
  16. Combined oral contraceptive pill
  17. Condom
  18. Masturbation
  19. Prostitution
  20. Pornography

Stages of life, 13[change | change source]

  1. Childhood
    1. Newborn
    2. Infant
    3. Preadolescence
    4. Child
    5. Boy
    6. Girl
  2. Youth
  3. Adolescence
  4. Young adult (psychology)
  5. Adult
  6. Middle age
  7. Old age

Psychology, 68[change | change source]

  1. Psychology
  2. Clinical psychology
  3. Cognitive psychology
  4. Evolutionary psychology
  5. Personality psychology
  6. Psychology of religion
  7. Psychotherapy
Psychology schools, 6
  1. Analytical psychology
  2. Behaviorism
  3. Developmental psychology
  4. Gestalt psychology
  5. Humanistic psychology
  6. Psychoanalysis
Basic concepts, 13
  1. Consciousness
    1. Sleep
    2. Dream
  2. Instinct
  3. Mind
  4. Mood
  5. Temperament
  6. Personality
  7. Motivation
  8. Stereotype
  9. Thought
  10. Behavior
  11. Emotion
Emotions, 22
  1. Anger
  2. Compassion
  3. Courage
  4. Curiosity
  5. Disgust
  6. Doubt
  7. Fear
  8. Guilt (emotion)
  9. Happiness
  10. Hatred
  11. Hope
  12. Jealousy
  13. Love
  14. Lust
  15. Pride
  16. Sadness
  17. Shame
  18. Surprise (emotion)
  19. Guilt
  20. Humour
  21. Pleasure
  22. Suffering
Interpersonal relations, 20
  1. Aggression
  2. Altruism
  3. Authority
  4. Betrayal
  5. Blame
  6. Bullying
  7. Charisma
  8. Competition
  9. Conformity
  10. Distrust
  11. Egocentrism
  12. Empathy
  13. Forgiveness
  14. Lie
  15. Privacy
  16. Prejudice
  17. Punishment
  18. Respect
  19. Shyness
  20. Trust

Language, 161[change | change source]

Basic, 39[change | change source]

  1. Language
  2. Clause
  3. Constructed language
  4. Dialect
  5. Dictionary
  6. Grammar
    1. Adjective
    2. Adverb
    3. Conjunction
    4. Grammatical case
    5. Noun
    6. Preposition
    7. Pronoun
    8. Syntax
    9. Verb
  7. Linguistics
    1. Comparative linguistics
    2. Etymology
    3. Historical linguistics
    4. Phonetics
      1. Phonetic transcription
    5. Transformational grammar
  8. Literacy
  9. Philology
  10. Pronunciation
  11. Translation
  12. Word
    1. Phoneme
      1. Consonant
      2. Vowel
    2. Syllable
  13. Writing
    1. Diacritic
  14. Writing system
  15. Name
  16. Phonology
  17. Semantics
  18. Semiotics
  19. Symbol

Language Family, 26[change | change source]

  1. Language family
    1. Afroasiatic languages
      1. Semitic languages
    2. Algic languages
    3. Altaic languages
    4. Austro-Asiatic languages
    5. Austronesian languages
    6. Dravidian languages
    7. Eskimo–Aleut languages
    8. Indo-European languages
      1. Germanic languages
      2. Iranian languages
      3. Romance languages
      4. Slavic languages
    9. Khoisan languages
    10. Niger–Congo languages
    11. Nilo-Saharan languages
    12. North Caucasian
    13. Sino-Tibetan languages
    14. South Caucasian
    15. Tai–Kadai languages
    16. Trans–New Guinea languages
    17. Tungusic languages
    18. Turkic languages
    19. Uralic languages
    20. Uto-Aztecan languages

Alphabets and writing systems, 19[change | change source]

  1. Alphabet
  2. Letter (alphabet)
  3. Braille
  4. Arabic alphabet
  5. Chinese characters
  6. Cuneiform
  7. Cyrillic script
  8. Devanagari
  9. Egyptian hieroglyphs
  10. Greek alphabet
  11. Hangul
  12. Latin script alphabet
    1. Latin alphabet
  13. Phoenician alphabet
  14. Runes
  15. Rosetta Stone
  16. International Phonetic Alphabet
  17. Morse code
  18. Syllabary

Specific languages, 75[change | change source]

  1. Ancient Greek
  2. Aramaic language
  3. Arabic language
  4. Bengali language
  5. Chinese language
  6. Egyptian language
  7. English language
  8. Esperanto
  9. French language
  10. German language
  11. Greek language
  12. Gujarati language
  13. Hebrew language
  14. Hindi-Urdu
    1. Hindi
  15. Italian language
  16. Japanese language
  17. Javanese language
  18. Korean language
  19. Latin
  20. Mandarin Chinese
  21. Marathi language
  22. Min Chinese
  23. Polish language
  24. Portuguese language
  25. Persian language
  26. Russian language
  27. Sanskrit
  28. Spanish language
  29. Swahili language
  30. Syriac language
  31. Tamil language
  32. Tagalog language
  33. Telugu language
  34. Turkish language
  35. Punjabi language
  36. Ukrainian language
  37. Vietnamese language
  38. Wu Chinese
  39. Yue Chinese
  40. Burmese language
  41. Hungarian language
  42. Quechua languages
  43. Thai language
  44. Akkadian language
  45. Amharic language
  46. Berber languages
  47. Coptic language
  48. Somali language
  49. Indonesian language
  50. Malagasy language
  51. Malay language
  52. Khmer language
  53. Armenian language
  54. Assamese language
  55. Urdu
  56. Nepali language
  57. Oriya language
  58. Pali
  59. Sindhi language
  60. Catalan language
  61. Romanian language
  62. Dutch language
  63. Swedish language
  64. Kurdish language
  65. Pashto language
  66. Bulgarian language
  67. Czech language
  68. Serbo-Croatian
  69. Kannada
  70. Malayalam
  71. Zulu language
  72. Azerbaijani language
  73. Kazakh language
  74. Uzbek language

Visual/tactile language, 2[change | change source]

  1. Fingerspelling
  2. Sign language

Recreation: games and sports, 180[change | change source]

"Media"-based entertainment are in other categories: "Literature" (books, plays), "Performing arts" (theater, ballet etc.), "Mass Media" (television), and "Visual arts" (movies and comics).

Basic, 21
  1. Recreation
  2. Entertainment
  3. Game
  4. Amusement park
  5. Gambling
    1. Casino
    2. Dice
    3. Lottery
    4. Roulette
    5. Poker
    6. Blackjack
    7. Slot machine
  6. Leisure
  7. Party
  8. Play (activity)
  9. Puzzle
    1. Crossword
    2. Sudoku
  10. Toy
  11. Aquarium
  12. Zoo
Games, 20
  1. Board game
    1. Backgammon
    2. Chess
    3. Draughts
    4. Cluedo
    5. Go (game)
    6. Monopoly (game)
    7. Scrabble
    8. Pachisi
    9. Xiangqi
  2. Mancala
  3. Marble (toy)
  4. Playing cards
  5. Video games
    1. Pong
  6. Arcade game
  7. Card game
  8. Contract bridge
  9. Darts
  10. Dominoes
Toys, 8
  1. Doll
  2. Flying disc
  3. Lego
  4. Modelling clay
  5. Slinky
  6. Bouncy ball
  7. Barbie
  8. Yo-yo

Sports, 131[change | change source]

Basics, 11
  1. Sport
  2. Ball game
    1. Ball
  3. Stadium
  4. Swimming pool
  5. Olympic Games
    1. Paralympic Games
    2. Summer Olympic Games
    3. Winter Olympic Games
  6. Doping in sport
  7. Winter sport
Team sports, 33
  1. American football
    1. National Football League
    2. Super Bowl
  2. Australian rules football
  3. Baseball
    1. Major League Baseball
    2. World Series
  4. Basketball
    1. National Basketball Association
  5. Basque pelota
  6. Cricket
    1. Cricket World Cup
  7. Curling
  8. Fistball
  9. Floorball
  10. Association football
    1. FIFA World Cup
    2. Goalkeeper
    3. UEFA European Football Championship
  11. Team handball
  12. Hockey
    1. Field hockey
    2. Ice hockey
      1. National Hockey League
  13. Lacrosse
  14. Polo
  15. Ringette
  16. Rugby football
    1. Rugby league
    2. Rugby sevens
    3. Rugby union
  17. Softball
  18. Volleyball
    1. Beach volleyball
Athletics, 11
  1. Athletics (sport)
    1. Decathlon
    2. Discus throw
    3. High jump
    4. Hurdling
    5. Javelin throw
    6. Long jump
    7. Running
      1. Marathon
    8. Pole vault
    9. Shot put
Skating, 6
  1. Skating
    1. Ice skating
      1. Figure skating
      2. Speed skating
    2. Roller skating
    3. Skateboarding
Water sports, 5
  1. Canoeing
  2. Diving
  3. Rowing (sport)
  4. Human swimming
  5. Water polo
Other individual sports, 51
  1. Angling
  2. Archery
  3. Auto racing
    1. Formula One
    2. NASCAR
  4. Badminton
  5. Bodybuilding
  6. Bowls
    1. Bocce
    2. Bowling
  7. Cue sports
  8. Cycling
    1. Mountain bike
    2. Time trial
    3. Tour de France
  9. Equestrianism
    1. Dressage
    2. Horse racing
    3. Rodeo
    4. Show jumping
  10. Fencing
    1. Foil (fencing)
    2. Sabre (fencing)
  11. Golf
  12. Gymnastics
    1. Floor (gymnastics)
    2. Somersault
    3. Trampoline
    4. Vault (gymnastics)
  13. Multisport
    1. Modern pentathlon
  14. Orienteering
  15. Sculling
  16. Skiing
    1. Alpine skiing
    2. Biathlon
    3. Nordic skiing
    4. Ski jumping
    5. Slalom skiing
    6. Ski
  17. Sled
    1. Bobsleigh
    2. Luge
  18. Snooker
  19. Snowboarding
  20. Squash (sport)
  21. Surfing
  22. Table tennis
  23. Tennis
    1. Racket (sports equipment)
  24. Olympic weightlifting
Fighting sport and martial arts, 14
  1. Martial arts
  2. Boxing
    1. Heavyweight
    2. Welterweight
  3. Judo
  4. Karate
  5. Kickboxing
  6. Mixed martial arts
  7. Taekwondo
  8. Wrestling
    1. Freestyle wrestling
    2. Greco-Roman wrestling
    3. Sumo
  9. Wushu (sport)

Timekeeping, 27[change | change source]

For the units of time (hour, day, etc.), see under "measurements"

Calendar and timekeeping, 8
  1. Calendar
    1. Chinese calendar
    2. Islamic calendar
    3. Gregorian calendar
  2. Leap year
  3. Daylight saving time
  4. Night
  5. Time zone
Days of the week, 7
  1. Sunday
  2. Monday
  3. Tuesday
  4. Wednesday
  5. Thursday
  6. Friday
  7. Saturday
Months of the year, 12
  1. January
  2. February
  3. March
  4. April
  5. May
  6. June
  7. July
  8. August
  9. September
  10. October
  11. November
  12. December

Colors, 20[change | change source]

  1. Color
    1. Black
    2. Blue
    3. Brown
    4. Cyan
    5. Green
    6. Gray
    7. Magenta
    8. Orange (colour)
    9. Pink
    10. Purple
    11. Red
    12. Yellow
    13. White
  2. Primary color
  3. Brightness
  4. Colorfulness
  5. Color vision
  6. Gloss (material appearance)
  7. Hue

Society and social sciences, 884[change | change source]

Transcluded from Wikipedia:List of articles all languages should have/Expanded/Society and social sciences.

Basics, 20[change | change source]

  1. Society
  2. Community
  3. Humanities
  4. Communication
  5. Information
  6. Solidarity
  7. Area studies
  8. Demography
  9. Information science
  10. Mandate of Heaven
  11. Media studies
  12. Open society
  13. Professional society
  14. Scientific society
  15. Social actions
  16. Social capital
  17. Social cohesion
  18. Social order
  19. Social structure
  20. Sociobiology

Business and economics, 95[change | change source]

  1. Business
  2. Economics
    1. Macroeconomics
    2. Microeconomics
    3. Good (economics)
    4. Service (economics)
    5. Supply and demand
  3. Accountancy
  4. Capital (economics)
  5. Company
  6. Corporation
  7. Currency
    1. Euro
    2. Japanese yen
    3. Pound sterling
    4. Renminbi
    5. Rupee
    6. United States dollar
  8. Coin
  9. Banknotes
  10. Bank
  11. Cheque
  12. Debt
  13. Credit card
  14. Loan
  15. Interest
  16. Gross domestic product
  17. Labour economics
  18. Domestic worker
  19. Factory
  20. Finance
  21. Industry
    1. Agriculture
    2. Construction
    3. Fishing
    4. Forestry
    5. Fur trade
    6. Hunting
    7. Manufacturing
    8. Mining
    9. Refining
    10. Tourism
      1. Hotel
  22. Whaling
  23. Inflation
  24. Deflation
  25. Insurance
  26. Investment
  27. Management
  28. Market
  29. Marketing
  30. Money
  31. Moral hazard
  32. Property
  33. Retail
  34. Shopping mall
  35. Supermarket
  36. Stock exchange
    1. New York Stock Exchange
    2. NASDAQ
    3. London Stock Exchange
    4. Tokyo Stock Exchange
  37. Tax
    1. Corporate tax
    2. Income tax
    3. Property tax
    4. Sales tax
    5. Tariff
  38. Trade
  39. Career
  40. Employment
  41. Unemployment
  42. Layoff
  43. Retirement
  44. Wage

Companies, 20[change | change source]

  1. Aldi
  2. Apple Inc.
  3. AT&T
  4. Bank of America
  5. IKEA
  6. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  7. Chevron
  8. ExxonMobil
  9. General Electric
  10. Google
  11. IBM
  12. The Lego Group
  13. Maersk
  14. McDonald's
  15. Microsoft
  16. Nestlé
  17. Petrobras
  18. Procter & Gamble
  19. Royal Dutch Shell
  20. Sony
  21. Walmart

Education, 109[change | change source]

  1. Education
  2. College
  3. Curriculum
  4. Learning
  5. School
  6. Teacher
  7. University
  8. Distance education
  9. Higher education
  10. Liberal arts education
  11. Mind map
  12. E-learning
  13. Academy
  14. Student
  15. Scholarship
  16. Madrasa
  17. Kindergarten
  18. Thesis
  19. Diploma
  20. Bologna Process
  21. Pedagogy
  22. Reading
  23. Elementary school
  24. Music school

Libraries, 20[change | change source]

  1. Library
Africa, 1
  1. Library of Alexandria
Americas, 3
  1. Boston Public Library
  2. Library of Congress
  3. New York Public Library
Asia, 4
  1. National Library of China
  2. National Library of India
  3. National Library of Korea
  4. National Diet Library
Europe, 10
  1. Vatican Library
  2. London Library
  3. British Library
  4. Russian State Library
  5. National Library of Russia
  6. National Central Library (Florence)
  7. Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine
  8. German National Library
  9. Bibliothèque nationale de France
  10. Biblioteca Nacional de España
Oceania, 1
  1. National Library of Australia

Educational institutions, 64[change | change source]

Africa, 4
  1. University of al-Karaouine
  2. Al-Azhar University
  3. Cairo University
  4. University of Cape Town
Americas, 24
  1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  2. National Autonomous University of Mexico
  3. University of British Columbia
  4. University of Buenos Aires
  5. University of Toronto
USA, 19
  1. University of Chicago
  2. California Institute of Technology
  3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  4. Stanford University
  5. Duke University
  6. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  7. University of Virginia
  8. University of Michigan
  9. University of California, Berkeley
  10. University of California, Los Angeles
Ivy League, 9
  1. Ivy League
  2. Harvard University
  3. Yale University
  4. Princeton University
  5. Brown University
  6. Columbia University
  7. Cornell University
  8. Dartmouth College
  9. University of Pennsylvania


Asia, 12
  1. Kyoto University
  2. University of Tokyo
India, 4
  1. University of Calcutta
  2. Indian Institute of Science
  3. Indian Institutes of Technology
  4. Indian Institutes of Management
China, 6
  1. Fudan University
  2. University of Hong Kong
  3. Nanjing University
  4. Peking University
  5. Tsinghua University
  6. Zhejiang University
Europe, 23
  1. University of Bologna
  2. University of Copenhagen
  3. Complutense University of Madrid
  4. University of Vienna
  5. Leiden University
  6. Sapienza University of Rome
  7. University of Salamanca
  8. ETH Zurich
France, 3
  1. University of Paris
  2. Sorbonne (building)
  3. Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University
Germany, 4
  1. Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
  2. Humboldt University of Berlin
  3. University of Göttingen
  4. Heidelberg University
UK, 3
  1. University of Cambridge
  2. University of Oxford
  3. University of London
Eastern Europe, 5
  1. Charles University in Prague
  2. Jagiellonian University
  3. Moscow State University
  4. Saint Petersburg State University
  5. Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
Oceania, 1
  1. Australian National University

Organizations, 162[change | change source]

  1. Central Tibetan Administration
  2. FBI
  3. Hells Angels
  4. KGB
  5. MS-13
  6. Mossad
  7. Sicilian Mafia
  8. Yakuza

International organizations, 154[change | change source]

Intergovernmental organisations, 84[change | change source]
  1. African Development Bank
  2. African Union
  3. ANZUS
  4. Arab League
  5. Arctic Council
  6. Asian Development Bank
  7. Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
  8. Association of Southeast Asian Nations
  9. Bank for International Settlements
  10. Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas
  11. Caribbean Community
  12. Central Treaty Organization
  13. Collective Security Treaty Organization
  14. Commonwealth of Independent States
  15. Commonwealth of Nations
  16. Community of Portuguese Language Countries
  17. Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf
  18. Council of the Baltic Sea States
  19. East African Community
  20. Economic Community of West African States
  21. Economic Cooperation Organization
  22. Eurasian Economic Community
  23. Eurasian Union
  24. G-20 major economies
  25. G8
  26. Geneva Conventions
  27. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  28. International Chamber of Commerce
  29. International Development Association
  30. International Finance Corporation
  31. International Organization for Migration
  32. Inter-Parliamentary Union
  33. Interpol
  34. Islamic Development Bank
  35. Latin Union
  36. League of Nations
  37. NATO
  38. North American Free Trade Agreement
  39. OPEC
  40. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
  41. Organisation of African Unity
  42. Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
  43. Organization of American States
  44. Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation
  45. Paris Club
  46. Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
  47. South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation
  48. Southeast Asia Treaty Organization
  49. Southern African Development Community
  50. Union for the Mediterranean
  51. Union of South American Nations
  52. United Nations
    1. International Atomic Energy Agency
    2. International Court of Justice
    3. International Criminal Court
    4. International Monetary Fund
    5. Secretary-General of the United Nations
    6. UNESCO
    7. UNICEF
    8. United Nations Industrial Development Organization
    9. United Nations Secretariat
    10. United Nations Security Council
    11. World Bank
    12. World Bank Group
    13. World Health Organization
    14. World Trade Organization
European
  1. Benelux
  2. Central European Free Trade Agreement
  3. CERN
  4. Comecon
  5. Council of Europe
  6. Council of the European Union
  7. Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union
  8. European Atomic Energy Community
  9. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  10. European Coal and Steel Community
  11. European Economic Community
  12. European Investment Bank
  13. European Parliament
  14. European Union
  15. Nordic Council
  16. League of Corinth
  17. Western European Union
  18. Warsaw Pact
NGO, 70[change | change source]
  1. Agenda 21
  2. AIESEC
  3. al-Qaeda
  4. American Association for the Advancement of Science
  5. American National Standards Institute
  6. Association des États Généraux des Étudiants de l'Europe
  7. Association for Computing Machinery
  8. Austrian Holocaust Memorial Service
  9. Austrian Service Abroad
  10. Bilderberg Group
  11. BirdLife International
  12. College of Cardinals
  13. Deutsches Institut für Normung
  14. European Southern Observatory
  15. Fédération Aéronautique Internationale
  16. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile
  17. Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme
  18. Free Software Foundation
  19. Greenpeace
  20. GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development
  21. Hizb ut-Tahrir
  22. Hospitality Club
  23. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  24. International Bureau of Weights and Measures
  25. International Council of Museums
  26. International Council on Monuments and Sites
  27. International Hydrographic Organization
  28. International Maritime Organization
  29. International Mathematical Union
  30. International Organization for Standardization
  31. International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
  32. International Society for Krishna Consciousness
  33. International Union for Conservation of Nature
  34. International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
  35. List of International Organization for Standardization standards
  36. Live Earth
  37. Moro Islamic Liberation Front
  38. Nobel Prize
  39. PEN International
  40. Pirate Parties International
  41. Programme for International Student Assessment
  42. Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs
  43. Scouting
  44. The Salvation Army
  45. Union Cycliste Internationale
  46. Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization
  47. WikiLeaks
  48. World Anti-Doping Agency
  49. World Council of Churches
  50. World Heritage Committee
  51. World Wide Web Consortium
Humanitarian
  1. Amnesty International
  2. Human Rights Watch
  3. Médecins Sans Frontières
  4. Reporters Without Borders
  5. Transparency International
Sport
  1. Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques
  2. Court of Arbitration for Sport
  3. European Club Association
  4. European Olympic Committees
  5. Fédération Internationale de Volleyball
  6. FIBA
  7. FIDE
  8. FIFA
  9. International Federation of Gymnastics
  10. International Ice Hockey Federation
  11. International Olympic Committee
  12. National Olympic Committee
  13. Olympic Council of Asia
  14. UEFA

Law, 68[change | change source]

Basics, 31
  1. Law
    1. Civil law (legal system)
    2. Common law
    3. Criminal law
  2. Appeal
  3. Arbitration
  4. Capital punishment
  5. Civil and political rights
  6. Constitution
  7. Contract
  8. Copyright
  9. Court
  10. Damages
  11. Equity (law)
  12. Evidence (law)
  13. Guilt (law)
  14. Impartiality
  15. Injunction
  16. Judiciary
  17. Jurisprudence
  18. Justice
  19. Lawyer
  20. Patent
  21. Rights
  22. Fundamental rights
  23. Police
  24. Tort
  25. Witness
  26. Judge
  27. Lawyer
  28. Security
Subjects, 7
  1. Administrative law
  2. Case law
  3. International law
  4. Property law
  5. Religious law
  6. Statutory law
  7. Trust law
Crime, 22
  1. Crime
  2. Abduction
  3. Assault
  4. Battery (crime)
  5. Copyright infringement
  6. Embezzlement
  7. Extortion
  8. Fraud
  9. Genocide
  10. Homicide
  11. Illegal drug trade
  12. Organized crime
  13. Piracy
  14. Poaching
  15. Rape
  16. Robbery
  17. Sabotage
  18. Sexual assault
  19. Smuggling
  20. Theft
  21. Torture
  22. Violence
Specific documents, 8
  1. Magna Carta
  2. United States Declaration of Independence
  3. United States Constitution
  4. Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
  5. The Communist Manifesto
  6. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  7. International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
  8. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
  9. Nuremberg principles

Mass media, 90[change | change source]

For technology of mass communication (television, radio, etc.) see technology section

  1. Advertising
  2. Cartoon
  3. History of radio
  4. Journalism
  5. Mass media
  6. News
  7. Magazine
  8. Associated Press
  9. Reuters
Magazines, 15
  1. Billboard (magazine)
  2. The Economist
  3. Life (magazine)
  4. Mad (magazine)
  5. National Geographic (magazine)
  6. The New Yorker
  7. People (magazine)
  8. Playboy
  9. Punch (magazine)
  10. Reader's Digest
  11. Rolling Stone
  12. Scientific American
  13. Der Spiegel
  14. Time (magazine)
  15. Vogue (magazine)
Newspapers, 9
  1. Newspaper
  2. Financial Times
  3. Le Monde
  4. Pravda
  5. The Times
  6. The Times of India
  7. The New York Times
  8. The Wall Street Journal
  9. The Washington Post
Radio, 7
  1. Fireside chats
  2. The Goon Show
  3. Grand Ole Opry
  4. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (radio series)
  5. One Man's Family
  6. The Shadow
  7. The War of the Worlds (radio drama)
Television, 41
  1. European Broadcasting Union
  2. Emmy Award
  3. Game show
  4. Sitcom
  5. Soap opera
  6. Television program
  7. 60 Minutes
  8. All in the Family
  9. American Idol
  10. BBC World News
  11. The Bund
  12. Disney Channel
  13. Doctor Who
  14. Friends
  15. Guiding Light
  16. Gunsmoke
  17. Hum Log
  18. I Love Lucy
  19. The Jack Benny Program
  20. Meet the Press
  21. Monty Python's Flying Circus
  22. Roots (TV miniseries)
  23. Sesame Street
  24. The Simpsons
  25. Star Trek
  26. Soul Train
  27. The Tonight Show
  28. The Twilight Zone
  29. Xinwen Lianbo
Television network
  1. Television network
  2. Al Jazeera
  3. American Broadcasting Company
  4. ARD
  5. BBC
  6. CBS
  7. China Central Television
  8. CNN
  9. Deutsche Welle
  10. ITV
  11. NBC
  12. PBS
Websites, 9
  1. Amazon
  2. EBay
  3. Facebook
  4. Myspace
  5. Twitter
  6. Google Search
  7. Internet Movie Database
  8. YouTube
  9. Wikipedia

Museums, 18[change | change source]

  1. Museum
United States
  1. American Museum of Natural History
  2. California Academy of Sciences
  3. J. Paul Getty Museum
  4. Museum of Modern Art
  5. National Gallery of Art
  6. Philadelphia Museum of Art
  7. Smithsonian Institution
Other
  1. Hermitage Museum
  2. Metropolitan Museum of Art
  3. Musée du Louvre
  4. Musée d'Orsay
  5. Natural History Museum (London)
  6. Musée National d'Art Moderne
  7. Museo del Prado
  8. Uffizi
  9. Vatican Museums
  10. Victoria and Albert Museum

Politics and government, 196[change | change source]

  1. Civics
  2. Politics
  3. Civil liberties
  4. Diplomacy
    1. Ambassador
  5. Election
  6. Globalization
  7. Political party
  8. Propaganda
  9. Revolution
  10. Separation of powers
  11. Legislature
  12. Rule of law
  13. Citizenship
  14. Constitutional law
  15. Census
  16. Computer security
  17. Golden Rule
  18. Habeas corpus
  19. Information security
  20. Individualism
  21. Impeachment
  22. Labour law
  23. Minimum wage
  24. Manifesto
  25. Nationality
  26. Passport
  27. Politburo
  28. Social security
  29. Self-determination
  30. Treason
  31. Civil disobedience
  32. Social contract
  33. Decentralization
  34. Mixed economy
  35. Veto
  36. Crown (headgear)
  37. Common Agricultural Policy
  38. Autonomy
  39. E-Government
  40. National Convention
  41. Legal personality
  42. Foreign policy
  43. The Internationale
  44. Public law
  45. Flash mob
  46. State religion
  47. Curfew
  48. Natural and legal rights
  49. Identity document
  50. Seat of local government
  51. Public health
  52. Human overpopulation
  53. Demonstration (people)
  54. Therapy
  55. Socialist International
  56. Bureaucracy
  57. Volunteering
  58. Dictatorship of the proletariat
  59. International Workers' Day
  60. Class conflict
  61. Working class
Governance
  1. Cabinet (government)
  2. Coup d'état
  3. Cult of personality
  4. Executive (government)
  5. Government
  6. Parliament
  7. Parliamentary system
  8. Presidential system
    1. Semi-presidential system
  9. Public administration
  10. Roman Senate
  11. State of emergency
  12. Voting
  13. Voting system
Types of states and state divisions
  1. Administrative division
  2. Arrondissement
  3. Caliphate
  4. City-state
  5. Colony
  6. Confederation
  7. County
  8. Duchy
  9. Electoral district
  10. Emirate
  11. Empire
  12. Federated state
  13. Federation
  14. Indian reservation
  15. Municipality
  16. Nation-state
  17. Neighbourhood
  18. Personal union
  19. Police state
  20. Principality
  21. Protectorate
  22. Province
  23. Puppet state
  24. Single-party state
  25. Sovereign state
  26. State
  27. Unitary state
  28. Virtual community
Ideology and political theory, 28
  1. Activism
  2. Anarchism
  3. Authoritarianism
  4. Bicameralism
  5. Capitalism
  6. Christian democracy
  7. Communism
  8. Conservatism
  9. Constitutionalism
  10. Cosmopolitanism
  11. Despotism
  12. Egalitarianism
  13. Fascism
  14. Federalism
  15. Green politics
  16. Ideology
  17. Imperialism
  18. Islamism
  19. Juche
  20. Leninism
  21. Liberalism
  22. Libertarianism
  23. Marxism
  24. Multiculturalism
  25. Nationalism
  26. Nazism
  27. Ostracism
  28. Patriotism
  29. Separatism
  30. Social democracy
  31. Socialism
    1. Democratic socialism
    2. Socialist realism
    3. Utopian socialism
  32. Statism
  33. Totalitarianism
Forms of government
  1. Absolutism
  2. Colonialism
  3. Constitutional monarchy
  4. Democracy
    1. Direct democracy
    2. Liberal democracy
    3. Representative democracy
  5. Dictatorship
  6. Enlightened absolutism
  7. Hegemony
  8. Kleptocracy
  9. Matriarchy
  10. Meritocracy
  11. Monarch
  12. Monarchy
  13. Ochlocracy
  14. Oligarchy
  15. Patriarchy
  16. Planned economy
  17. Plutocracy
  18. Republic
    1. Parliamentary republic
  19. Technocracy
  20. Theocracy
  21. Triumvirate
Titles
  1. Bey
  2. Caliph
  3. Dictator
  4. Emir
  5. Führer
  6. Governor
  7. Grand duke
  8. Head of state
  9. Khan (title)
  10. Mayor
  11. Ombudsman
  12. President
  13. Prime minister
  14. Prince
  15. Prosecutor
  16. Satrap
  17. Shah
  18. Sultan
  19. Tsar
  20. Tyrant
  21. Vizier
Historic events/books
  1. Eurozone crisis
  2. French Directory
  3. Glasnost
  4. Leviathan (book)
  5. May 1968 events in France
  6. Orange Revolution
  7. Reign of Terror
  8. Simony
  9. Velvet Revolution

Society, 40[change | change source]

  1. Civil society
  2. Institution

Groups, 7[change | change source]

  1. Consortium
  2. Organization
  3. Nonprofit organization
  4. Partnership
  5. Secret society
  6. Social network
  7. Tribe

Services and institutions, 4[change | change source]

  1. Boarding school
  2. Orphanage
  3. Prison
  4. Social work

Social issues, 19[change | change source]

  1. Abortion
  2. Birth control
  3. Deforestation
  4. Discrimination
    1. Racism
    2. Sexism
  5. Euthanasia
  6. Famine
  7. Political freedom
  8. Human rights
  9. One-child policy
  10. Pollution
  11. Poverty
  12. Sustainable development
  13. Slavery
  14. Social movement
    1. Environmentalism
    2. Feminism
  15. World peace

Social status, 8[change | change source]

  1. Minority group
  2. Social stratification
  3. Caste
  4. Dalit
  5. Social class
  6. Clergy
  7. Middle class
  8. Proletariat

Social sciences, 10[change | change source]

Only those not treated previously

  1. Social science
  2. Demographics
  3. Political science
  4. Social change
  5. Social control
  6. Social research
  7. Social theory
  8. Sociological theory
  9. Sociology
  10. Structure and agency

War and military, 76[change | change source]

  1. Peace
  2. War
  3. Casualty (person)
  4. Declaration of war
  5. Defensive wall
  6. Desertion
  7. Duel
  8. Fortification
  9. Laws of war
  10. Medal
  11. Militarism
  12. Military–industrial complex
  13. Military uniform
  14. Mercenary
  15. Operational level of war
  16. Pacifism
  17. Prisoner of war
  18. Refugee
  19. Surrender (military)
  20. War crime
Military, 9
  1. Military
  2. Conscription
  3. Military education and training
  4. Military logistics
  5. Military reserve
  6. Military science
  7. Military strategy
  8. Military tactics
  9. Military technology
Military forces, 6
  1. Armed forces
  2. Air force
  3. Army
  4. Cavalry
  5. Infantry
  6. Navy
Military operations, 7
  1. Air assault
  2. Battle
  3. Blockade
  4. Combat
  5. Military campaign
  6. Offensive (military)
  7. Siege
Military organization, 5
  1. Military organization
  2. Battalion
  3. Command and control
  4. Division (military)
  5. Staff (military)
Military ranks, 14
  1. Military rank
  2. Admiral
  3. Captain (armed forces)
  4. Colonel
  5. Corporal
  6. General officer
  7. Lieutenant
  8. Major
  9. Marshal
  10. Officer (armed forces)
  11. Private (rank)
  12. Sergeant
  13. Seaman
  14. Soldier
Wars by type, 5
  1. Civil war
  2. Ethnic conflict
  3. Invasion
  4. Rebellion
  5. Terrorism
Warfare by type, 10
  1. Aerial warfare
  2. Anti-aircraft warfare
  3. Anti-tank warfare
  4. Armoured warfare
  5. Conventional warfare
  6. Espionage
  7. Guerrilla warfare
  8. Naval warfare
  9. Sniper
  10. Trench warfare

Biology and health sciences, 1131[change | change source]

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Basic, 30[change | change source]

  1. Biology
    1. Botany
    2. Zoology
  2. Biological classification
    1. Taxonomy
    2. Species
    3. Genus
    4. Family (biology)
    5. Order (biology)
    6. Class (biology)
    7. Phylum
    8. Kingdom (biology)
    9. Domain (biology)
  3. Evolution
    1. Natural selection
  4. Genetics
    1. DNA
    2. RNA
    3. Gene
    4. Heredity
  5. Life
    1. Death
    2. Origin of life
  6. Microbiology
  7. Mycology
  8. Adaptation
  9. Genetic drift
  10. Mutation
  11. Paleontology
  12. Phylogenetics

Anatomy and Morphology, 100[change | change source]

  1. Anatomy
  2. Cell (biology)
  3. Immune system
  4. Camouflage
  5. Organ (anatomy)
  6. Tissue (biology)

Animal anatomy and morphology, 69[change | change source]

  1. Feather
  2. Endocrine system
Circulatory system, 7
  1. Circulatory system
  2. Blood
  3. Heart
  4. Artery
  5. Vein
  6. Red blood cell
  7. White blood cell
Gastrointestinal tract, 10
  1. Human digestive system
  2. Human gastrointestinal tract
  3. Colon (anatomy)
  4. Small intestine
  5. Liver
  6. Large intestine
  7. Mouth
  8. Human tooth
  9. Pancreas
  10. Stomach
Integumentary system, 7
  1. Integumentary system
  2. Breast
  3. Skin
  4. Fur
  5. Hair
  6. Nail (anatomy)
  7. Scale (anatomy)
Muscular system, 3
  1. Muscular system
  2. Myocyte
  3. Skeletal striated muscle
Nervous system, 17
  1. Nervous system
  2. Brain
  3. Sensory system
  4. Auditory system
    1. Ear
  5. Gustatory system
  6. Olfactory system
    1. Nose
  7. Somatosensory system
  8. Visual system
    1. Eye
  9. Intelligence
  10. Hearing
  11. Taste
  12. Olfaction
  13. Pain
  14. Visual perception
Reproductive system, 7
  1. Reproductive system
  2. Penis
  3. Vagina
  4. Sex organ
  5. Clitoris
  6. Ovary
  7. Testicle
Respiratory system, 3
  1. Respiratory system
  2. Lung
  3. Gill
Skeletal system, 7
  1. Skeleton
  2. Bone
  3. Chest
  4. Pelvis
  5. Skull
  6. Vertebral column
  7. Joint
Tissues, 4
  1. Epithelium
  2. Connective tissue
  3. Muscle
  4. Nervous tissue
Urinary system, 2
  1. Kidney
  2. Urinary bladder

Plant morphology and anatomy, 23[change | change source]

  1. Plant cell
    1. Cell wall
  2. Bark
  3. Berry
  4. Flower
    1. Pollen
  5. Fruit
  6. Leaf
  7. Root
  8. Seed
  9. Stoma
Life forms, 4
  1. Herbaceous plant
  2. Liana
  3. Shrub
  4. Tree
Plant stem, 3
  1. Plant stem
  2. Trunk (botany)
  3. Wood
Plant tissues, 5
  1. Epidermis (botany)
  2. Ground tissue
  3. Meristem
  4. Vascular tissue
  5. Vascular cambium

Fungal morphology and anatomy, 2[change | change source]

  1. Hypha
  2. Mycelium

Biochemistry, 28[change | change source]

  1. Biomolecule
  2. Biological pigment
    1. Carotenoid
    2. Chlorophyll
    3. Melanin
  3. Carbohydrate
    1. Cellulose
    2. Starch
    3. Sugar
  4. Fat
    1. Fatty acid
    2. Lipid
  5. Protein
    1. Enzyme
    2. Hemoglobin
    3. Amino acid
  6. Hormone
    1. Estrogen
    2. Testosterone
  7. Alkaloid
  8. Lactose
  9. Chitin
  10. Glycogen
  11. Cholesterol
  12. Molecular biology
  13. Nucleic acid
  14. Epinephrine
  15. Plant hormone

Biological processes and Physiology, 44[change | change source]

  1. Breathing
  2. Metabolism
  3. Excretion
  4. Respiration (physiology)
  5. Muscle contraction

Biological reproduction and Ontogeny, 35[change | change source]

Basics, 13
  1. Reproduction
  2. Human development (biology)
  3. Developmental biology
  4. Asexual reproduction
  5. Sexual reproduction
    1. Pregnancy
    2. Sex
      1. Female
      2. Male
  6. Menstruation
  7. Menstrual cycle
  8. Menopause
  9. Semen
Ontogeny, 16
  1. Ontogeny
  2. Cuticle
  3. Egg (biology)
  4. Embryo
  5. Fetus
  6. Imago
  7. Larva
  8. Longevity
  9. Metamorphosis
  10. Microbial cyst
  11. Moulting
  12. Nymph (biology)
  13. Puberty
  14. Pupa
  15. Spore
  16. Tadpole
Plant reproduction, 6[change | change source]
  1. Plant reproduction
  2. Gametophyte
  3. Plant sexuality
  4. Pollination
  5. Alternation of generations
  6. Sporophyte

Animal physiology, 1[change | change source]

  1. Digestion

Plant physiology, 2[change | change source]

  1. Photosynthesis
  2. Transpiration

Ecology, 10[change | change source]

  1. Ecology
  2. Ecosystem
  3. Endangered species
  4. Extinction
  5. Extremophile
  6. Biome
  7. Biodiversity
  8. Competition (biology)
  9. Ecological niche
  10. Wildlife conservation

Organisms, 673[change | change source]

  1. Organism

Animals, 477[change | change source]

Basic, 10[change | change source]
  1. Animal
  2. Arthropod
  3. Chelicerata
  4. Chordate
  5. Gnathostomata
  6. Hexapoda
  7. Invertebrate
  8. Nematode
  9. Tetrapod
  10. Vertebrate
Arachnids, 9[change | change source]
  1. Acari
  2. Arachnid
  3. Opiliones
  4. Pseudoscorpion
  5. Scorpion
  6. Solifugae
  7. Spider
    1. Tarantula
  8. Tick
Crustaceans, 9[change | change source]
  1. Crustacean
  2. Amphipoda
  3. Astacus astacus
  4. Branchiopoda
  5. Crab
  6. Decapoda
  7. Krill
  8. Lobster
  9. Malacostraca
Insects, 67[change | change source]
  1. Insect
  2. Caddisfly
  3. Earwig
  4. Flea
  5. Louse
  6. Mantis
  7. Mecoptera
  8. Megaloptera
  9. Neuroptera
    1. Antlion
  10. Phasmatodea (stick insects)
  11. Plecoptera
  12. Psocoptera
  13. Snakefly
  14. Strepsiptera
  15. Termite
  16. Thrips
Beetles (Coleoptera), 9
  1. Beetle
  2. Curculionidae
  3. Coccinellidae (ladybird)
  4. Firefly
  5. Ground beetle
  6. Leaf beetle
    1. Colorado potato beetle
  7. Longhorn beetle
  8. Scarabaeidae
Cockroaches (Blattodea), 1
  1. Cockroach
Flies (Diptera), 6
  1. Fly
  2. Drosophila melanogaster (common fruit fly)
  3. Horse-fly
  4. Housefly
  5. Mosquito
  6. Tsetse fly
Hemiptera (true bugs), 7
  1. Hemiptera
  2. Cicada
  3. Heteroptera (typical bugs)
    1. Bed bug
    2. Gerridae (water skaters)
  4. Aphid (plant lice)
  5. Scale insect
Hymenoptera, 7
  1. Hymenoptera
  2. Ant
  3. Bee
    1. Bumblebee
    2. Western honey bee
  4. Wasp
    1. Hornet
Lepidoptera, 12
  1. Lepidoptera
  2. Butterfly
  3. Bombyx mori (domesticated silkmoth)
  4. Geometer moth
  5. Lycaenidae (Blues and Coppers)
  6. Moth
  7. Nymphalidae
  8. Pieridae (Yellow-Whites)
    1. Pieris brassicae
  9. Skipper (butterfly)
  10. Sphingidae
  11. Swallowtail butterfly
Odonata, 3
  1. Odonata
  2. Damselfly
  3. Dragonfly
Orthoptera, 5
  1. Orthoptera
  2. Cricket (insect)
  3. Grasshopper
  4. Mole cricket
  5. Tettigoniidae
Cnidarians, 3[change | change source]
  1. Cnidaria
  2. Coral
  3. Jellyfish
Molluscas, 6[change | change source]
  1. Mollusca
  2. Oyster
  3. Octopus
  4. Squid
  5. Slug
    1. Snail
Invertebrata, others, 5[change | change source]
  1. Springtail
  2. Myriapoda
    1. Centipede
    2. Millipede
  3. Sea spider
Amphibians, 6[change | change source]
  1. Amphibian
  2. Caecilian
  3. Frog
  4. Hylidae
  5. Salamander
  6. True frog
Birds, 106[change | change source]
  1. Bird
  2. Archaeopteryx
  3. Grebe
  4. Flamingo
  5. Hummingbird
  6. Mousebird
  7. Penguin
  8. Sandgrouse
  9. Tinamou
  10. Tropicbird
Accipitriformes and Falconiformes, 7
  1. Accipiter
  2. Eagle
  3. Falcon
  4. New World vulture
  5. Osprey
  6. Kite (bird)
  7. Secretarybird
Anseriformes, 4
  1. Anatidae
  2. Duck
  3. Goose
  4. Swan
Apodiformes, 1
  1. Swift
Caprimulgiformes, 2
  1. Caprimulgiformes
  2. Nightjar
Charadriiformes, 7
  1. Charadriiformes
  2. Auk
  3. Buttonquail
  4. Gull
  5. Sandpiper
  6. Skua
  7. Tern
Ciconiiformes, 5
  1. Heron
  2. Ibis
  3. Shoebill
  4. Spoonbill
  5. Stork
Columbiformes, 3
  1. Dodo
  2. Columbidae
    1. Passenger Pigeon
Coraciiformes, 3
  1. Bee-eater
  2. Hornbill
  3. Hoopoe
Cuculiformes, 3
  1. Cuckoo
  2. Hoatzin
  3. Turaco
Galliformes, 7
  1. Galliformes
  2. Chicken
  3. Grouse
  4. Guineafowl
  5. Common Pheasant
  6. Common Quail
  7. Turkey (bird)
Gruiformes, 4
  1. Gruiformes
  2. Crane (bird)
  3. Bustard
  4. Rallidae
Passerines, 24
  1. Passerine
  2. Songbird
Corvoidea, 6
  1. Bird-of-paradise
  2. Corvidae
    1. Crow
    2. Eurasian Magpie
  3. Lyrebird
  4. Shrike
Passerida, 16
  1. Bulbul
  2. Emberizidae
  3. Finch
  4. Lark
  5. Motacillidae
  6. Old World flycatcher
    1. European Robin
    2. Common Nightingale
  7. Nuthatch
  8. Sparrow
  9. Starling
  10. Sunbird
  11. Swallow
  12. Tit (bird)
  13. Thrush (bird)
  14. Wren
Pelecaniformes, 4
  1. Cormorant
  2. Darter
  3. Frigatebird
  4. Pelican
Piciformes, 4
  1. Piciformes
  2. Honeyguide
  3. Toucan
  4. Woodpecker
Procellariiformes, 3
  1. Albatross
  2. Procellariidae
  3. Storm petrel
Psittaciformes, 3
  1. Parrot
  2. Budgerigar
  3. Cockatoo
Ratites, 6
  1. Cassowary
  2. Emu
  3. Kiwi
  4. Moa
  5. Ostrich
  6. Rhea (bird)
Strigiformes, 5
  1. Owl
  2. True owl
    1. Eurasian Eagle-Owl
    2. Little Owl
  3. Tytonidae
Trogoniformes, 1
  1. Trogon
Fishes, 61[change | change source]
  1. Fish
  2. Chondrichthyes (cartilaginous fishes)
  3. Acanthodii ("spiny sharks")
  4. Osteichthyes (bony fish)
    1. Actinopterygii (ray-finned fish)
    2. Sarcopterygii (lobe-finned fish)
  5. Placodermi
  6. Electric eel
  7. Anglerfish
  8. Mullet (fish)
    1. Flathead mullet
  9. Arapaima
Batoidea, 3
  1. Batoidea
  2. Sawfish
  3. Electric ray
Characiformes, 2
  1. Characiformes
  2. Piranha
Chondrosteans, 1
  1. Sturgeon
Clupeiformes, 3
  1. Clupeiformes
  2. Anchovy
  3. Clupeidae
Cypriniformes, 8
  1. Cypriniformes
  2. Cyprinidae
    1. Common bream
    2. Carassius
    3. Common carp
    4. Goldfish
    5. Grass Carp
    6. Tench
Cyprinodontiformes, 1
  1. Guppy
Elopomorpha, 1
  1. Eel
Gadiformes, 3
  1. Gadiformes
  2. Burbot
  3. Haddock
Holosteans, 1
  1. Bowfin
Perciformes, 10
  1. Perciformes
  2. Cichlid
  3. Goby
  4. Serranidae
    1. European seabass
  5. Swordfish
  6. Remora
  7. Scombridae
    1. Thunnus
  8. Wrasse
Pleuronectiformes, 2
  1. Flatfish
  2. Turbot
Salmoniformes, 2
  1. Salmonidae
  2. Trout
Scorpaeniformes, 1
  1. Scorpaeniformes
Sharks, 6
  1. Shark
  2. Great white shark
  3. Hammerhead shark
  4. Tiger shark
  5. Carpet shark
  6. Whale shark
Siluriformes, 2
  1. catfish
  2. Wels catfish
Syngnathiformes, 1
  1. Seahorse
Tetraodontiformes, 2
  1. Tetraodontiformes
  2. Tetraodontidae (pufferfish)
Dinosaurs, 10[change | change source]
  1. Dinosaur
  2. Allosaurus
  3. Ankylosaurus
  4. Apatosaurus (Brontosaurus)
  5. Brachiosaurus
  6. Diplodocus
  7. Stegosaurus
  8. Triceratops
  9. Tyrannosaurus
  10. Velociraptor
Mammals, 160[change | change source]
  1. Mammal
  2. Aardvark
  3. Afrosoricida
  4. Armadillo
  5. Colugo
  6. Elephant shrew
  7. Hyrax
  8. Pangolin
  9. Sirenia
  10. Treeshrew
Bats, 4
  1. Bat
  2. Megabat
  3. Microbat
  4. Vampire bat
Carnivora, 35
  1. Carnivora
  2. Bear
    1. Brown bear
    2. Giant panda
    3. Polar bear
  3. Canidae
    1. Dog
    2. Fox
    3. Coyote
    4. Gray wolf
    5. Jackal
  4. Felidae
    1. Cat
    2. Cheetah
    3. Cougar
    4. Jaguar
    5. Leopard
    6. Lion
    7. Lynx
    8. Tiger
  5. Hyena
  6. Mongoose
  7. Mustelidae
    1. European badger
    2. Honey badger
    3. Marten
    4. Otter
    5. Sable
    6. Sea otter
    7. Stoat
    8. Weasel
    9. Wolverine
  8. Procyonidae
  9. Skunk
  10. Viverridae
Cetaceans, 8
  1. Cetacea
  2. Whale
  3. Blue whale
  4. Dolphin
  5. Humpback whale
  6. Killer whale
  7. Porpoise
  8. Sperm whale
Erinaceids, 2
  1. Erinaceidae
  2. Hedgehog
Even-toed ungulates, 36
  1. Even-toed ungulate
  2. Ruminantia
  3. Bovid
    1. African buffalo
    2. American bison
    3. Antelope
    4. Capra (genus)
    5. Cattle
    6. Gazelle
    7. Gaur
    8. Goat
    9. Impala
    10. Muskox
    11. Sheep
    12. Water buffalo
    13. Wildebeest
    14. European bison
    15. Yak
  4. Camel
    1. Bactrian camel
    2. Dromedary
  5. Deer
    1. Elk
    2. Moose
    3. Red deer
    4. Reindeer
  6. Llama
  7. Giraffe
  8. Guanaco
  9. Hippopotamus
  10. Peccary
  11. Pig
    1. Wild boar
    2. Domestic pig
  12. Pronghorn
  13. Vicuña
Lagomorphs, 4
  1. Lagomorpha
  2. Hare
  3. Pika
  4. Rabbit
Marsupials, 7
  1. Marsupial
  2. Diprotodontia
    1. Kangaroo
    2. Koala
  3. Dasyuromorphia
    1. Tasmanian devil
  4. Peramelemorphia
Monotremes, 3
  1. Monotreme
  2. Echidna
  3. Platypus
Odd-toed ungulates, 7
  1. Odd-toed ungulate
  2. Donkey
  3. Equidae
  4. Horse
  5. Rhinoceros
  6. Tapir
  7. Zebra
Pilosa, 1
  1. Sloth
Pinnipeds, 4
  1. Pinniped
  2. Eared seal
  3. Earless seal
  4. Walrus
Primates, 18
  1. Primate
  2. Monkey
  3. Ape
    1. Chimpanzee
    2. Gibbon
    3. Gorilla
    4. Orangutan
    5. Human
  4. New World monkey
  5. Old World monkey
    1. Baboon
    2. Macaque
    3. Rhesus macaque
  6. Strepsirrhini
    1. Cheirogaleidae
    2. Galago
    3. Lemur
  7. Tarsier
Proboscidea, 4
  1. Proboscidea
  2. Elephant
  3. Mammoth
  4. Mastodon
Rodents, 15
  1. Rodent
  2. Capybara
  3. Coypu
  4. Beaver
  5. Dipodidae
  6. Dormouse
  7. Guinea pig
  8. Hamster
  9. Marmot
  10. Mouse
  11. Muridae
  12. Muskrat
  13. Rat
  14. Squirrel
  15. Spermophilus
Soricomorpha, 2
  1. Shrew
  2. Talpidae
Reptiles, 21[change | change source]
  1. Reptile
    1. Alligator
  2. Lizard -
    1. Chameleon
    2. Komodo dragon
    3. Gila monster
  3. Snake
    1. Vipera berus
    2. Boidae
    3. Cobra
    4. Mamba
    5. Hydrophiinae
  4. Turtle
    1. Galápagos tortoise
    2. Red-eared slider
    3. Sea turtle
      1. Green sea turtle
      2. Leatherback sea turtle
      3. Loggerhead sea turtle
    4. Tortoise
  5. Tuatara