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The next release version, Version 0.9, will be a general release taken from the English version of Wikipedia, compiled by the Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team. The selection will be put together using a Selection Bot, based on criteria of quality and importance. The previous version was Wikipedia:Version 0.8, which (as of September 2011) is available for download from its project page, based largely on a bot selection from articles tagged by WikiProjects.

To supplement the automated scheme, we also use a manual nomination system similar to the system used by Version 0.5, Version 0.7 and Version 0.8, and only the articles chosen manually are listed below. If you find or contribute to an article meeting the criteria, you can add it to the nominations page for an impartial reviewer to assess and, if successful, to add to this list. Articles are removed if they fail to meet the criteria.

There is also an alternative listing and statistics table updated automatically from the talk page templates by WP 1.0 bot every three days or so. At present, these also only include the manually selected articles.

The following list is manually generated, so there might be omissions. Please check the talk page of an article to see whether it has a WP1.0 template indicating a pass (or fail/held). Such omissions should be rectified with a bot run when the final list is compiled.

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3 Philosophy and religion
4 Everyday life
5 Social sciences and society
6 Geography
7 History and warfare
8 Engineering, applied sciences, and technology
9 Mathematics
10 Natural sciences

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Miscellaneous

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Note: This section is temporary - articles will be put into one of the later categories before publication.

Miscellaneous[edit]

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Art and architecture
General[edit]

The artsCultureDanceMuseumPerforming artsVisual arts

Architecture[edit]

ArchitectureBelton HouseMatthew BrettinghamBuckingham PalaceCathedral of Christ the SaviourCathedral of MagdeburgDeconstructivismGiza NecropolisHolkham HallHouseIG Farben BuildingRobert Lawson (architect)Frank Lloyd WrightBenjamin MountfortPalace of WestminsterPalazzo PittiPalladian architectureParthenonFrancis PetrePrince's Palace of MonacoRoofShrine of RemembranceSanssouciSicilian BaroqueTemplonTheatre Royal, Drury LaneJohn VanbrughVilnius Castle ComplexXanadu HousesPalace of Versailles

Art[edit]

Art

Abstract expressionismArt competitions at the Summer OlympicsBuddhist artDrawingImpressionismKitschMona LisaJapanese artJewelleryPaintingPhotographySculptureSurrealismTheory of ColoursBook of Kells

Artists[edit]

Felice BeatoCanalettoSalvador DalíM. C. EscherVincent van GoghWassily KandinskyPaul KaneEl LissitzkyMichelangeloHenry MoorePablo PicassoRaphaelRembrandtAuguste RodinDiego VelázquezLeonardo da VinciRoman VishniacAndy WarholIlya Repin

Museums and galleries[edit]

National GalleryHermitage MuseumThe LouvreMetropolitan Museum of Art

Dance[edit]

Sergei DiaghilevBob FosseMartha GrahamMarius PetipaHip-hop dance

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Music

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For opera and musicals, see also under theatre (Language and literature)

Music theory[edit]

Absolute pitchTempo

By nation, people, region or country[edit]

American popular musicMusic of AlbaniaMusic of CanadaMusic of BarbadosMusic of DominicaMusic of FinlandMusic of HungaryMusic of ItalyMusic of the Lesser AntillesMusic of MarylandMusic of MinnesotaMusic of NigeriaMusic of PhiladelphiaMusic of the United States

Classical music composers[edit]

Johann Sebastian BachLudwig van BeethovenRebecca Clarke (composer)Joseph HaydnFelix MendelssohnWolfgang Amadeus MozartJosquin des PrezGiacomo PucciniSergei RachmaninoffFranz SchubertRobert SchumannDmitri ShostakovichIgor StravinskyPyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyGiuseppe VerdiAntonio VivaldiRichard Wagner

Classical musicians[edit]

Includes singers, conductors. Also see the Opera section of Theatre & Film, under Language & Literature, which should duplicate opera entries here.
Maria CallasPlácido DomingoArturo Toscanini

Classical music works[edit]

The Rite of SpringThe NutcrackerSwan LakeSymphony No. 5 (Beethoven)Symphony No. 9 (Beethoven)Violin Concerto (Mendelssohn)

Radio[edit]

John Peel

Genres, styles and eras[edit]

Baroque musicClassical musicFolk musicGregorian chantGrungeJazzMedieval musicMusicPopular musicPunk rockRenaissance musicSalsa music

Instruments[edit]

CelloDouble bassGuqinPianoViolin

Music festivals[edit]

Eurovision Song Contest

Performers and composers, non-classical[edit]

Adams, BryanArmstrong, LouisArctic MonkeysThe BeatlesIrving BerlinBernstein, LeonardCarey, MariahCash, JohnnyThe ClashCohan, GeorgeThe CureDaft PunkDavis, MilesDion, CelineDuran DuranDylan, BobGaye, MarvinGilbert, W. S.Grateful DeadIron MaidenJackson, MichaelJuanesThe KLFKrauss, AlisonMarley, BobMcCartney, PaulMerman, EthelMetallicaMinogue, KylieNirvana (band)No DoubtPiaf, ÉdithPink FloydPorter, ColePresley, ElvisQueen (band)RadioheadSelenaTool (band)TiëstoShakur, TupacSlayerThe Smashing PumpkinsSpringsteen, BruceStefani, GwenThe SupremesThe TemptationsUnderoathYankovic, "Weird Al"Nelson, WillieZappa, FrankSum 41MetallicaKeith, Toby

Recordings and compositions[edit]

Hey JudeHimno Nacional Mexicano(I Can't Get No) SatisfactionI Want to Hold Your HandIllmaticLaylaMy BelarusyNational Anthem of RussiaSympathy for the Devil

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Theatre, film and television
Theatre[edit]

Theatre

Abbey TheatreAeschylusAugusta, Lady GregorySamuel BeckettColley CibberNoël CowardT. S. EliotVáclav HavelHenrik IbsenIrish theatreJohn Millington SyngeThe RelapseRestoration comedyRomeo and JulietTragedyWilliam ShakespeareTheatre Royal, Drury Lane

Opera and musicals[edit]

Also see "Music" section (under Arts).

Opera

Maria CallasPlácido DomingoGilbert_and_SullivanW. S. GilbertGeorge GrossmithH.M.S. PinaforeIolantheParsifalThe Pirates of PenzancePorgy and BessGioachino RossiniArthur_SullivanThe GondoliersTrial by JuryGiuseppe VerdiWest Side Story

Films[edit]

Film

Blade RunnerCasablancaCinema of the United StatesGremlinsHalloweenHigh NoonHong Kong action cinemaJawsKing KongThe Lord of the Rings (1978 film)Night of the Living DeadOur GangRanRichard IIIStar WarsSummer of '42Sunset Boulevard (film)Tenebrae (film)The Chaplin RevueTrembling Before G-d‎Triumph of the WillMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Actors, models and celebrities[edit]

Charlie ChaplinSean ConneryGary CooperBette DavisJane FondaHenry FondaJudy GarlandCary GrantDiane KeatonGrace KellyBruce LeeVivien LeighJayne MansfieldHattie McDanielLaurence OlivierRegis PhilbinSidney Poitier‎James StewartSharon TateGene Tierney

Producers, directors & media figures[edit]

James Thomas Aubrey, Jr.Walt DisneyAlfred HitchcockStanley KubrickAkira KurosawaSydney NewmanIngmar Bergman

Television[edit]

Television

BBCBBC television dramaMass media

Television programmes[edit]

Apu NahasapeemapetilonAvatar: The Last AirbenderCheersDallas (1978 TV series)Doctor WhoFamily GuyJames T. KirkPassionsThe Quatermass ExperimentQuatermass and the PitSesame StreetThe SimpsonsScooby-DooStar TrekThe West WingThe Wire

Playwrights and Screenwriters[edit]

Aaron SorkinWilliam Monahan

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Literature[edit]

Literature

Miscellaneous[edit]

BookEncyclopædia BritannicaInformationLibrary of CongressPublishingThree Laws of RoboticsWikipedia

Classes of literature[edit]

African-American literatureAugustan literatureCyberpunkFictionImagismMedieval literatureMythology (see under religion for mythology articles) — NovelRestoration literatureTheatre (see also theatre section below) — Turkish literature

Specific works -- novels[edit]

The Brothers KaramazovCrime and PunishmentErast Fandorin series — FrankensteinThe GiverThe Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyThe Illuminatus! TrilogyThe Lord of the RingsNineteen Eighty-FourThe Old Man and the SeaOroonokoStarship TroopersA Tale of a TubThe Gulag ArchipelagoTreasure IslandWar and Peace

Specific works -- miscellaneous[edit]

Aradia, or the Gospel of the WitchesThe CantosThe Country WifeHrafnkels sagaPeterborough ChronicleThe Protocols of the Elders of ZionOrmulumUncle Tom's CabinVoynich manuscript

Cartoons and Comics[edit]

Avengers (comics)BatmanCalvin and HobbesCaptain AmericaCaptain Marvel (DC Comics)ComicsCoonskin (film)Fantastic FourFelix the CatFritz the Cat (film)Iron ManKrazy KatScooby-DooThe SimpsonsSilver Age of Comic BooksSilver SurferSpider-ManSpongeBob SquarePantsStorm (Marvel Comics)SupermanThe Adventures of TintinWalt DisneyWatchmenWilly Vandersteen

Poetry[edit]

Alliterative verseEnglish poetryIrish poetryModernist poetry in EnglishObjectivist poetsPoetryAmerican poetrySonnet 18

Literary characters[edit]

Erast FandorinTroilus

Writers and critics -- Americas[edit]

Mário de AndradeIsaac AsimovL. Frank BaumSaul BellowJorge Luis BorgesWilliam F. Buckley, Jr.H.D.T. S. EliotF. Scott FitzgeraldRobert A. HeinleinDavid HelvargErnest HemingwayHenry JamesJack KerouacJoyce KilmerBruno Maddox‎William MarchVladimir NabokovFlannery O'ConnorEdgar Allan PoeThomas PynchonAyn RandHunter S. ThompsonMark TwainKurt VonnegutWalt Whitman

Writers and critics – Europe[edit]

Douglas AdamsDante AlighieriAugusta, Lady GregoryJane AustenDesiderius ErasmusSamuel BeckettLord ByronCædmonMiguel de CervantesGeoffrey ChaucerAnton ChekhovColley CibberCharles DickensFyodor DostoyevskyAnne FrankJohann Wolfgang von GoetheGraham GreeneBrothers GrimmHomerVictor HugoHenrik IbsenJames JoyceFranz KafkaRudyard KiplingJohn MiltonVladimir NabokovEzra PoundMarcel ProustBolesław PrusAlexander PushkinJ. K. RowlingWalter ScottWilliam ShakespeareAleksandr SolzhenitsynJohn Millington SyngeJ. R. R. TolkienLeo TolstoyVirgilVoltaireOscar WildeW. B. YeatsTaras ShevchenkoAnna AkhmatovaMaxim GorkyNikolai GogolIvan TurgenevIan Fleming

Writers and critics - other continents[edit]

Du FuMuhammad IqbalJalal ad-Din Muhammad RumiRabindranath Tagore

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Religion and beliefs

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Divinities[edit]

AllahAmunApolloAthenaEnkiGodGaneshaIsisMolochOsirisQuetzalcoatlShivaVishnuZeus

Myths[edit]

AtlantisCreationismGreek mythologyKing ArthurMaya mythologyNorse mythologyRoman mythologySlavic mythologySpring Heeled Jack

Places of worship[edit]

Angkor WatCathedral of Christ the Saviour (Moscow)Mosque

Symbols[edit]

CrossStar of DavidSwastikaYin and yang

Religious disputes[edit]

For Crusades articles, see history

Creation-evolution controversy

Religious figures and leaders[edit]

List of popesAbrahamThomas AquinasAugustine of HippoGautama BuddhaJohn CalvinColumbaAleister CrowleyDavidFather DamienFrancis of AssisiGregory of NazianzusJesusJohn KnoxL. Ron HubbardMartin LutherMary (mother of Jesus)MosesMother TeresaMuhammadNostradamusPaul of TarsusSaint PeterPope Benedict XVIPope John Paul IIPope Pius XIIAdi ShankaraEarly life of Joseph Smith, Jr.Desmond TutuZoroaster

Religious movements, traditions and organizations[edit]

Religion

AgnosticismAnglicanismAnimismAssyrian Church of the EastAtheismAyyavazhiBahá'í FaithBrahma Kumaris World Spiritual UniversityBuddhismCatholicismChristianityConfucianismGreco-BuddhismHinduismHistory of BuddhismHistory of Jews in PolandIslamJehovah's WitnessesJudaismKnights of ColumbusMormonMysticismNew AgeOriental OrthodoxyReligious Society of FriendsRoman Catholic ChurchSeventh-day Adventist ChurchShintoShamanismSikhismThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsZoroastrianism

Religious texts[edit]

Bhagavad GitaBibleQur'anTalmudTorahRevised Standard Version

Miscellaneous[edit]

AnekantavadaAnno DominiBrahmanBuddhaDharmaHebrew calendarIdolatryNames of God in JudaismOperation AucaReincarnationSatanShroud of TurinSpirituality‎SoulStar of BethlehemTrimurtiTrinity

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Everyday life

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General topics[edit]

Note: Many of these articles are also listed under more specific subject headings.

AdvertisingAquariumBusinessCalendarCircusClothingCrimeCultureDayEducationEmotionFestivalHealthHobbyFamilyHouseHumourInformationJewelleryLawLeisureLoveMailMass mediaMoneyParkPartyPetPopular cultureRecreationShoe polishSilkSleepToy

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Food and drink

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Food and agriculture[edit]

FoodAgricultureBananaBarleyBlack pepperBreadButterCattleCerealCheeseChickenChocolateCocoaFermentation (food)FishingFlaxFlourFruitMaizeMeatMedieval cuisinePastaPotatoRiceSaffronSaltSoupSoybeanSugarSunflowerSushiTofuVegetableVegetable fats and oilsWheat

Drink[edit]

Drink

AbsintheBeerCoffeeFermentation (food)MilkTeaVodkaWhiskyWine

Miscellaneous[edit]

CigaretteSoapSmoking

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Recreation

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Recreation Circus

Video games and computer games[edit]

3D Monster MazeChrono TriggerDonkey Kong (video game)DoomElectronic ArtsFinal Fantasy VIFinal Fantasy VIIFinal Fantasy VIIIFinal Fantasy XFinal Fantasy X-2Golden SunHalf-Life 2Halo: Combat EvolvedThe Legend of Zelda (series)The Legend of Zelda: The Wind WakerLink (The Legend of Zelda)Massively multiplayer online role-playing gameMortal Kombat (video game) NeopetsNintendoNintendo Entertainment SystemPerfect DarkPokémonStarCraftSuper Mario 64Video gamesWorld of Warcraft

Games[edit]

For computer/video games, see the previous section.
Game

BackgammonBlackjackCard gameCarom billiardsChessDiceGamblingGo (board game)Monopoly (game)Texas hold 'emThe Turk (chess "machine")

Hobbies[edit]

Amateur astronomyAmateur radio

Sports[edit]

Sport

AikidoAthletics (sport)American footballAustralian rules footballBaseballBasketballCanadian footballCricketFIFA World CupFloorballFootballFootball (soccer)Formula OneGlossary of cue sports termsGolfIce hockeyList of Test cricket triple centuriesRugby footballRugby LeagueRugby unionTennisTrack and field

Sports events[edit]

Australian OpenThe Championships, WimbledonFrench Open (tennis)Grand Slam (tennis)Olympic GamesRugby World CupU.S. Open (tennis)1896 Summer Olympics1995 Pacific Grand Prix

Sports figures (general)[edit]

Hank AaronMuhammad AliDavid BeckhamFanny Blankers-KoenDonald BradmanTerry BradshawBrian CloseLottie DodWayne GretzkyDamon HillMichael JordanGarry KasparovSandy KoufaxDenis LawDiego MaradonaMickey MantleHakeem OlajuwonRonnie O'SullivanJesse OwensPeléAlain ProstJackie RobinsonSugar Ray RobinsonBill RussellBabe RuthNolan RyanMichael SchumacherLawrence TaylorDwyane WadeTiger Woods

Sports figures (tennis)[edit]

Note: This selection came via a set nomination; other sports will be equally well represented in the final release. If you wish, you may make a similar set nomination for another sport.

List of male tennis playersList of female tennis playersAndre AgassiArthur AsheBjörn BorgMargaret CourtChris EvertRoger FedererSteffi GrafJustine HeninMartina HingisBillie Jean KingRod LaverIvan LendlJohn McEnroeHelen Wills MoodyMartina NavratilovaFred PerryPete SamprasMonica Seles"Big Bill" TildenSerena WilliamsVenus Williams

Sports teams[edit]

Chicago BearsNew England Patriots

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Politics and government

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Miscellaneous[edit]

Six-party talks concerning North Korea's nuclear programTiananmen Square protests of 1989

Politically significant people[edit]

Also see the History and war section below.

Sani AbachaBhumibol AdulyadejAlbert II, Prince of MonacoIdi Amin DadaYasser ArafatNnamdi AzikiweTony BlairJean-Bédel BokassaPieter Willem BothaGordon BrownEdmund BurkeGeorge W. BushFidel CastroChen GuangchengBill ClintonFrederik Willem de KlerkFrederick DouglassFrançois DuvalierIndira GandhiMarcus GarveyEmma GoldmanFrederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Dufferin and AvaStephen HarperVáclav HavelHirohitoAdolf HitlerJohn HowardJomo KenyattaSeretse KhamaMartin Luther King, Jr.Samora MachelNelson MandelaMichael ManleyKarl MarxHo Chi MinhMobutu Sese SekoRobert MugabeYoweri MuseveniJulius NyerereMilton OboteEva PerónCondoleezza RiceFranklin D. RooseveltTheodore RooseveltMargaret SangerIan SmithJan SmutsSuhartoMary WollstonecraftBoris YeltsinMao Zedong

Politics and government[edit]

PoliticsGovernmentAbolitionismAnarcho-capitalismBritish House of CommonsBritish monarchyCanadian House of Commons — Canadian Senate, see Senate of CanadaCapitalismCommunismCouncil of LithuaniaEuropean CommissionEuropean ParliamentEuropean UnionFascismGovernment of FranceGreat American BoycottHistory of the PeerageHouse of LordsInstitutions of the European UnionKu Klux KlanLeague of NationsLiberalismLibertarianismLibrary of CongressMarxismMercantilismMonarchies in the European UnionParliament of CanadaParliament of MalaysiaParliament of the United KingdomPresident of the United StatesPrime Minister of the United KingdomPrivy Council of the United KingdomPropagandaSenate of CanadaSocialismSpeaker of the House of CommonsSpeaker of the United States House of RepresentativesTotalitarianismUnited NationsUnited States CongressUnited States House of RepresentativesUnited States Senate

Flags[edit]

Flag of AustraliaFlag of BelarusFlag of Hong KongFlag of IndiaFlag of MexicoFlag of South AfricaFlag of the Republic of ChinaUnion Flag

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Society and sociology

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Peoples[edit]

AnthropologyAzerbaijani peopleBlack SeminolesCossackDayuanIndigenous peoplesIranian peoplesMandanPashtun peoplePictsTaiwanese aboriginesTamil people

Community organisations[edit]

Alpha Phi AlphaBaden-Powell HouseBelarusian Republican Youth UnionBoy Scouts of America membership controversiesEagle Scout (Boy Scouts of America)History of merit badges (Boy Scouts of America)Knights of ColumbusRobert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-PowellScoutingWilliam Hillcourt

For scouting awards see "Awards and decorations" section above.

Mass media[edit]

Mass mediaBBCPublishing

For film and TV see Language & Literature (theatre section).

Sociology and social phenomena[edit]

For trade unions and labor, see the later section.

CivilizationCommunicationCommunityCultureEmploymentEnvironmentalismFair tradeFamilyGenderGreat American BoycottHippiePopular culturePoverty in PakistanRaceSocial contractSocietySociologySociocultural evolutionTraditionVirginia Tech massacre

Sociologists and anthropologists[edit]

Claude Lévi-StraussMax Weber

Trade unions and labor[edit]

Trade unionBill Haywood

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Geography and places

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For a complete list of countries, also see List of countries or the Countries tree. For flags see politics section (under Society and social sciences).

General[edit]

ArcticLeague of NationsList of members of the Commonwealth of Nations by date joinedUnited Nations

Africa[edit]

For articles on African topics, see the Africa tree

Countries[edit]

List of African countriesAlgeriaAngolaBeninBotswanaBurkina FasoBurundiCameroonCape VerdeCentral African RepublicChadComorosRepublic of the CongoDemocratic Republic of the CongoCôte d'IvoireDjiboutiEgyptEquatorial GuineaEritreaEthiopiaGabonThe GambiaGhanaGuineaGuinea-BissauKenyaLesothoLiberiaLibyaMadagascarMalawiMaliMauritaniaMauritiusMayotteMoroccoMozambiqueNamibiaNigerNigeriaRéunionRwandaSaint HelenaSão Tomé and PríncipeSenegalSeychellesSierra LeoneSomaliaSouth AfricaSudanSwazilandTanzaniaTogoTunisiaUgandaWestern SaharaZambiaZimbabwe

Cities[edit]

AbidjanAbujaAccraAddis AbabaAlgiersAntananarivoAsmaraBamakoBanguiBanjulBloemfonteinBrazzavilleCairoCape TownConakryCotonouDakarDar es SalaamFreetownHarareHargeisaJohannesburgKampalaKhartoumKigaliKinshasaLibrevilleLilongweLoméLuandaLusakaMaputoMogadishuMonroviaN'DjamenaNairobiNouakchottOuagadougouPort LouisPretoriaRabatSuburbs of JohannesburgTripoliTunisWindhoekYamoussoukroYaoundé

Miscellaneous[edit]

AfricaAscension IslandCabinda (province) Congo RiverHuambo (province)Niger RiverNileSuez CanalTindouf ProvinceZambezi

Antarctica[edit]

For articles on Antarctic topics, see the Oceania & Antarctica tree
AntarcticaAntarctic Treaty SystemBouvet IslandFrench Southern and Antarctic LandsGrytvikenHeard Island and McDonald IslandsSouth Georgia and the South Sandwich IslandsSouthern Ocean

Asia[edit]

For articles on Asian topics, see the Asia tree

Countries[edit]

List of Asian countriesAfghanistanArmeniaAzerbaijanBahrainBangladeshBhutanBritish Indian Ocean TerritoryBrunei — Burma, see MyanmarCambodiaChina (historical, also see PR China and Rep. China) — People's Republic of ChinaRepublic of ChinaChristmas IslandCocos (Keeling) IslandsCyprusGeorgiaHong KongIndiaIndonesiaIranIraqIsraelJapanJordanKazakhstanNorth KoreaSouth KoreaKuwaitKyrgyzstanLaosLebanonMacauMalaysiaMaldivesMongoliaMyanmarNepalOmanPakistanPalestinian National AuthorityPhilippinesQatarSaudi ArabiaSingaporeSri LankaSyria — Taiwan, see Republic of ChinaTajikistanThailandEast TimorTurkeyTurkmenistanUnited Arab EmiratesUzbekistanVietnamYemen

Cities[edit]

Abu DhabiAlmatyAmmanAnkaraAshgabatAstanaBaghdadBakuBangaloreBangkokBeijingBeirutBishkekCanton (city), also called GuangzhouChennaiColomboDamascusDelhiDhakaDiliDohaDubaiDushanbe — Erevan, see Yerevan GangtokGuangzhouHanoiHo Chi Minh CityHong KongIslamabadJakartaJerusalemKabulKarachiKathmanduKolkataKotteKuala LumpurKuwait CityManamaManilaMumbaiMuscat, OmanNaypyidawNew DelhiNicosiaOsakaPhnom PenhPutrajayaPyongyangRiyadhSan‘a’SeoulShanghaiTaipeiTashkentTbilisiTehranTel AvivThimphuTokyoUlan BatorVientianeYerevan

Asian regions and provinces (not India)[edit]

Akrotiri and DhekeliaKabul ProvinceLaghman ProvinceSiberia

Indian regions and provinces[edit]

GoaKeralaKochi (India)Malwa (Madhya Pradesh)SikkimWest Bengal

Miscellaneous[edit]

AmurAsiaEuphratesGanges RiverGrand Canal of ChinaGyeongjuGeography of IndiaIndus RiverIsanJordan RiverKrakatoaMekongMount PinatuboTaiwanTibetTigrisYangtze RiverYenisei RiverYellow River

Europe[edit]

For articles on European topics, see the Europe tree

Countries[edit]

List of European countriesList of European Union member states by accessionÅlandAlbaniaAndorraAustriaBelarusBelgiumBosnia and HerzegovinaBulgariaCroatiaCzech RepublicDenmarkEnglandEstoniaFaroe IslandsFinlandFranceGermanyGibraltarGreeceGuernseyHungaryIcelandRepublic of IrelandIsle of ManItalyJan MayenJerseyLatviaLiechtensteinLithuaniaLuxembourgRepublic of MacedoniaMaltaMoldovaMonacoMontenegroNetherlandsNorthern IrelandNorwayPolandPortugalRomaniaRussiaSan MarinoSerbiaScotlandSlovakiaSloveniaSpainSvalbardSwedenSwitzerlandUkraineUnited KingdomVatican CityWales

Cities[edit]

AarhusAmsterdamAntwerpAthensBarcelonaBaselBath, SomersetBelfastBelgradeBerlinBerneBirminghamBristolBolognaBratislavaBrusselsBudapestBucharestChişinăuCologneCopenhagenDresdenDublinDüsseldorfEdinburghFrankfurtGenevaGenoaGlasgowGothenburgThe HagueHamburgHelsinkiIstanbulKiev — Kishinev, see ChişinăuLeedsLilleLisbonLiverpoolLjubljanaLondonLuxembourg (city)LvivLyonMadridManchesterMarseilleMilanMinskMoscowMunich — Novgorod, see Velikiy NovgorodOsijekOsloParisPeterboroughPodgoricaPragueReykjavíkRigaRijekaRomeRostovRotterdamSaint PetersburgSarajevoSheffieldSkopjeSofiaSplitStockholmStuttgartSunderlandTallinnTiranaTurinUtrecht (city)VallettaVelikiy NovgorodViennaVilniusWarsawZagrebZürich

Miscellaneous[edit]

AbkhaziaBritish Isles (terminology)City status in the United KingdomCrimeaDanubeDnieper RiverDorsetEldfellEuropeGeography of IrelandKosovoMoorgateNational parks of England and WalesPiccadilly CircusRhineRiver ThamesRondane National ParkSurtseyVolga River

North America[edit]

For articles on North American topics, see the North America tree

Countries[edit]

List of North American countriesAnguillaAntigua and BarbudaArubaThe BahamasBarbadosBelizeBermudaBritish Virgin IslandsCanadaCayman IslandsCosta RicaCubaDominicaDominican RepublicEl SalvadorGreenlandGrenadaGuadeloupeGuatemalaHaitiHondurasJamaicaMartiniqueMexicoMontserratNavassa IslandNetherlands AntillesNicaraguaPanamaPuerto RicoSaint Kitts and NevisSaint LuciaSaint-Pierre and MiquelonSaint Vincent and the GrenadinesTrinidad and TobagoTurks and Caicos IslandsUnited StatesUnited States Virgin Islands

Canada[edit]

List of Canadian provinces and territories by areaList of Canadian provinces and territories by populationAlbertaBritish ColumbiaManitobaNew BrunswickNewfoundland and LabradorNorthwest TerritoriesNova ScotiaNunavutOntarioPrince Edward IslandQuebecSaskatchewanYukonCalgaryEdmontonMontrealOttawaQuebecTorontoVancouver

U.S. cities[edit]

Ann Arbor, MichiganAtlanta, GeorgiaBaltimore, MarylandBoston, MassachusettsChicagoCleveland, OhioColumbus, OhioDallas, TexasDenver, ColoradoDetroit, MichiganHouston, TexasKansas City, MissouriLas Vegas, NevadaLos Angeles, CaliforniaLouisville, KentuckyMadison, WisconsinMiami, FloridaMinneapolis, MinnesotaNewark, New JerseyNew York CityPhiladelphiaRichmond, VirginiaSan Francisco, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaSeattle, WashingtonTopeka, KansasWashington, D.C.

U.S. parks and related[edit]

List of areas in the National Park System of the United StatesBryce Canyon National ParkCarlsbad Caverns National ParkCraters of the Moon National Monument and PreserveDeath Valley National ParkGlacier National Park (US)Mount RushmoreMount St. HelensRedwood National and State ParksShoshone National ForestYellowstone National ParkYosemite National ParkZion National Park

U.S. states[edit]

AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareFloridaGeorgia (U.S. state)HawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyoming

Miscellaneous[edit]

Colorado RiverColumbia RiverErie CanalList of U.S. states by date of statehoodMackenzie RiverMauna LoaMississippi RiverMissouri RiverNiagara FallsNorth AmericaSaint Lawrence Seaway

Other North American cities[edit]

BasseterreBelmopanBridgetownGuatemala CityHavanaKingston, JamaicaManaguaMexico CityPanama CityPort-au-PrincePort of SpainSan José, Costa RicaSan Juan, Puerto RicoSan SalvadorSanto DomingoSt. John's, Antigua and BarbudaTegucigalpaTijuana

Oceania[edit]

For articles on topics relating to Oceania, see the Oceania & Antarctica tree

Countries[edit]

List of Oceanian countriesAmerican SamoaAustraliaChristmas IslandCook IslandsFederated States of MicronesiaFijiFrench PolynesiaGuamKiribatiMarshall Islands — Micronesia, see Federated States of MicronesiaNauruNew CaledoniaNew ZealandNiueNorfolk IslandNorthern Mariana IslandsPalauPapua New GuineaPitcairn IslandsSamoaSolomon IslandsTokelauTongaTuvaluVanuatuWallis and FutunaBaker IslandHowland IslandJarvis IslandJohnston AtollKingman ReefMidway AtollPalmyra AtollWake Island

Cities[edit]

AdelaideBrisbaneAucklandCanberraHagåtña, GuamMelbourneNouméaNuku'alofaPapeetePerthPort MoresbySaipanSuvaSydneyWellingtonYarralumla, Australian Capital Territory

Oceania - regions and states[edit]

Australian Capital TerritoryNew South WalesNorthern TerritoryQueenslandSouth AustraliaTasmaniaVictoria (Australia)Western Australia

Miscellaneous[edit]

Caroline IslandThe CatlinsDarling RiverGreat Barrier ReefLake Burley GriffinMurray RiverOceania

South America[edit]

For articles on South American topics, see the South America tree

Countries[edit]

List of South American countriesArgentinaBoliviaBrazilChileColombiaEcuadorFalkland IslandsFrench GuianaGuyanaParaguayPeruSurinameUruguayVenezuela

Cities[edit]

AsunciónBogotáBrasíliaBuenos AiresCaracasGeorgetown, Guyana La PazLimaMontevideoOranjestad, ArubaQuitoRio de Janeiro — San Francisco de Quito, see Quito Santiago, ChileSão PauloStanley, Falkland IslandsValparaíso

Miscellaneous[edit]

AndesBuenos Aires ProvinceCape HornSouth AmericaAmazon River

Geographers and explorers[edit]

Neil ArmstrongChristopher ColumbusFerdinand MagellanMarco Polo

Geography[edit]

For articles relating to atmospheric sciences, see natural sciences.

GeographyCityClimateContinentDesertCountryGlacierGlobal cityList of countriesList of lakesList of rivers by lengthList of sovereign statesList of world's largest lakesMountainRiverSea

Bodies of water[edit]

Note:Rivers and canals have been listed above (by continent).

GeneralArctic OceanAtlantic OceanBlack SeaCaribbean SeaIndian OceanMediterranean SeaPacific OceanSouthern Ocean

AfricaLake ChadLake TanganyikaLake Victoria — (3 articles)

AntarcticaLake Vostok

AsiaAral SeaLake BaikalBay of BengalCaspian SeaDead SeaIssyk KulLake TobaPersian GulfRed SeaSea of GalileeSouth China SeaStrait of Malacca

EuropeBaltic SeaEnglish ChannelNorth Sea

North AmericaGreat LakesGreat Salt LakeGulf of MexicoHudson BayLake MeadLake PowellLake SuperiorLake Tahoe

South AmericaLake Titicaca

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History

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HistoryHistory of the worldHistoriography

Many historical articles are listed elsewhere under politics, geography, etc. For a more complete listing see Wikipedia:Version 0.7/History.

Historians, chroniclers and history books[edit]

Edward GibbonHerodotusThucydidesAthanasius Kircher

Historical figures (by area of importance, not birth)[edit]
African figures[edit]

AkhenatenAmda Seyon I of EthiopiaCleopatra VIIHannibal BarcaHatshepsutShaka

Asian figures[edit]

AkbarAttalus ICyrus the GreatMahatma GandhiQin Shi HuangMuhammad Ali JinnahChiang Kai-shekGenghis KhanT. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) — Sardar Vallabhbhai PatelSheikh Mujibur RahmanSaladinSuleiman the MagnificentTimur (Tamerlane) — Hasekura Tsunenaga

European figures (incl. Byzantium)[edit]

Alexander the GreatElias AshmoleMustafa Kemal AtatürkAttila the HunAugustusMark AntonyLavrentiy BeriaOtto von BismarckJoel BrandJulius CaesarCatherine II of RussiaCharlemagne — (also listed under Royalty/Nobility) Charles V, Holy Roman EmperorWinston ChurchillClaudiusConstantine IJohn DeeDavid I of ScotlandDemosthenesPier Gerlofs DoniaElagabalusElizabeth I of EnglandEpaminondasGeorge II of Great BritainGeorge FoxFrederick II, Holy Roman EmperorFrederick II of PrussiaList of French monarchsList of monarchs in the British IslesMikhail GorbachevHenry II of EnglandHenry VIII of EnglandHeracliusAdolf HitlerHouse of GediminasIvan IV of RussiaManuel I KomnenosStanisław KoniecpolskiVladimir LeninLouis XIV of FranceMacbeth of ScotlandBenito MussoliniNapoleon I of FrancePenda of MerciaWitold PileckiPeter I of RussiaPhilip II of SpainArmand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal RichelieuGrigori RasputinJoseph StalinVictoria of the United KingdomRudolf VrbaJonathan WildWilliam I of EnglandWilliam the Silent

North or South American figures[edit]

John AdamsIke AltgensSimón BolívarIsaac BrockHernán CortésAdriaen van der DonckW. Mark FeltCarl G. FisherHelen GandyEmma GoldmanFranklin B. GowenChe GuevaraGerald FordBenjamin FranklinZiad JarrahThomas JeffersonAbraham LincolnJames MadisonWilliam N. PageRosa ParksSamantha SmithGeorge Washington

Oceania - historical figures[edit]

Yagan

General history articles by area of importance[edit]
World history[edit]

Black DeathBritish EmpireClassical antiquityCold WarCrusadesFirst CrusadeHistory of the worldHistory of timekeeping devicesIndustrial RevolutionList of members of the Commonwealth of Nations by date joinedLaikaRadhaniteSecond CrusadeSpace RaceRMS Titanic

Africa[edit]

Ancient EgyptCongo Free State — Aksum, see Kingdom of AksumHistory of Cape Colony from 1870 to 1899History of Cape Colony from 1806 to 1870Kingdom of AksumMakuria

Asia[edit]

Byzantine EmpireChola dynasty — Crusades - see World history History of Central AsiaIndo-Greek KingdomLothalPolitical integration of IndiaQing DynastyRadhaniteSassanid EmpireSino-German cooperation (1911-1941)Tiananmen Square protests of 1989

Europe[edit]

1755 Lisbon earthquakeAncient GreeceAncient RomeAnschlussBerlin WallByzantine Empire — Crusades, see World history — Council of LithuaniaDál RiataÉireEngland expects that every man will do his dutyFire of Moscow (1812)FranksGerman Democratic RepublicGreat Fire of LondonGreat PurgeGulagHabsburg SpainHistory of Jews in PolandHistory of LimerickHistory of Poland (1945–1989)History of Portugal (1777–1834)History of post-Soviet RussiaHistory of RussiaHistory of the NetherlandsThe HolocaustHolodomorItalian RenaissanceKatyn massacreList of European Union member states by accessionMagna CartaMarshall PlanMauthausen-Gusen concentration campOld Swiss ConfederacyPictsPolish-Lithuanian CommonwealthProtestant ReformationRenaissanceRussian constitutional crisis of 1993S. A. Andrée's Arctic balloon expedition of 1897Scotland in the High Middle AgesSino-German cooperation (1911-1941)Treaty of Devol

North and South America[edit]

AztecBath School disasterCalifornia Gold RushColumbine High School massacreGettysburg AddressGreat Lakes Storm of 1913History of AlaskaHistory of ArizonaHistory of GreenlandHistory of Miami, FloridaHistory of New JerseyHistory of Puerto RicoHistory of the Grand Canyon areaHistory of the Yosemite areaInca EmpireKu Klux KlanProject MKULTRASeptember 11, 2001 attacksToledo War

Oceania[edit]

Eureka StockadeHistory of the Australian Capital TerritorySydney Riot of 1879History of Burnside

Time periods[edit]

1st century BC1st century2nd century3rd century4th century5th century6th century7th century8th century9th century10th century11th century12th century13th century14th century15th century16th century17th century18th century19th century20th century21st centuryAge of EnlightenmentAncient historyAnno DominiBronze AgeCalendarDayDark AgesMiddle AgesModern historyPrehistoric man

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Military and war

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General[edit]

War

List of conflicts in Africa

Armies and military units[edit]

Byzantine navyLa Grande ArméeKGBLord's Resistance ArmyImperial Japanese NavyRed Army

Biographies of military people[edit]

Attila the HunPier Gerlofs DoniaHugh Boyle EwingHusein GradaščevićJoan of ArcMikhail Illarionovich KutuzovHoratio Nelson, 1st Viscount NelsonRichard O'ConnorArthur Ernest PercivalPericlesMarian RejewskiWilliam Tecumseh ShermanKenneth M. TaylorThrasybulusMichael Andreas Barclay de TollyAleksandr Vasilevsky

Conflicts, battles and military exercises, World War II[edit]

Attack on Pearl HarborBattle of the BulgeBattle of the Eastern SolomonsBattle of Leyte GulfBattle of MidwayBattle of MoscowBattle of NormandyBattle of Rennell IslandBattle of the Santa Cruz IslandsBattle of Smolensk (1943)Battle of StalingradBlitzkriegNaval Battle of GuadalcanalOperation DownfallOperation Ten-GoRaising the Flag on Iwo JimaSiege of LeningradWorld War II

Conflicts, battles and military exercises, 20th/21st century miscellaneous[edit]

Able Archer 83Algerian Civil WarAngolan Civil WarBattle of JutlandBattle of the SommeBattle of Warsaw (1920)Chadian-Libyan conflict — Chadian-Sudanese conflict, see Second Chadian Civil WarCongo CrisisCristero WarDarfur conflictDefense of Sihang WarehouseEritrean-Ethiopian WarEritrean War of IndependenceFinnish Civil WarGulf WarIraq WarKargil WarOgaden WarPolish-Soviet WarSecond Chadian Civil WarSecond Congo WarSecond Italo-Abyssinian WarSouth African Border WarSuez CrisisWestern Front (World War I)World War IYom Kippur War

Conflicts, battles and military exercises, pre-20th century[edit]

American Civil WarAmerican Revolutionary WarAnglo-Zulu WarBattle of AdwaBattle of AlesiaBattle of AusterlitzBattle of BadrBattle of BicoccaBattle of BorodinoBattle of CannaeBattle of ToursByzantine–Arab WarsCorinthian WarCrusadesFrench invasion of Russia (1812)First Matabele WarItalian War of 1521Khoikhoi-Dutch WarsMahdist WarNapoleonic WarsPeloponnesian WarPolish–Muscovite War (1605–1618)Second Boer WarSecond Matabele WarWar of the League of CambraiWarsaw Uprising (1794)War of the Spanish Succession

Military camps, tribunals and facilities[edit]

Colditz CastleMauthausen-Gusen concentration campVilnius Castle Complex

Military history[edit]

InvasionMilitary history of CanadaMilitary history of FranceMilitary history of Puerto RicoMilitary history of the Soviet UnionSwedish allotment systemUnited States Marine Corps

Military aircraft[edit]

C-130 HerculesF-4 Phantom IIF-15 EagleF-35 Lightning IIMesserschmitt Bf 109P-38 Lightning

Weapons and military equipment (excluding aircraft)[edit]

AK-47Armament of the Iowa class battleshipAssault rifleCannonChemical warfareFat ManFirearmHandgunHumveeIowa class battleshipLittle BoyNuclear weaponJarmann M1884KammerladerKrag-JørgensenKrag-PeterssonM1 AbramsM1 Garand rifleMachine gunMain battle tankPoison gas in World War IRifleS-mineT-34TankThompson submachine gunU.S. Navy Marine Mammal ProgramUSS Iowa (BB-61)USS Wisconsin (BB-64)V-2 rocketWeapon

Tactics[edit]

SiegeTrench warfare

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Applied science

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BiotechnologyNanotechnologyNuclear powerNuclear weapon

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Engineering

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Engineering: general[edit]

Engineering

Automated Teller MachineButt jointCrash test dummyDomestic AC power plugs and socketsEifel AqueductElectrical engineeringElectronic amplifierElectronicsEnigma machineForth Bridge (railway)Gas metal arc weldingGas tungsten arc weldingHelicopteriPodLightning rodNanotechnologyNuclear powerPhonograph cylinderPhotographyPhotovoltaic arrayRadarRadioRobotSaturn VShielded metal arc weldingShipSpace explorationSpace Shuttle Challenger disasterSpace Shuttle Columbia disasterTelecommunicationTelephone exchangeTelevisionThree Gorges DamTypewriterWheel

Engineering skills and professions[edit]

Cabinet makingCarpenterManufacturingWeldingWoodworking

Engineering materials[edit]

Also see the chemistry section.

AluminiumDiamondFiberglassGlassIronLumberMetalPaperSteel — Timber, see LumberWood as a medium

Engineers and inventors[edit]

Isambard Kingdom BrunelAlexander Graham BellLeonardo da VinciThomas EdisonHenry FordGalileo GalileiGustave EiffelJohannes GutenbergCai LunGuglielmo MarconiNikola TeslaWernher von BraunJames WattWright brothers

Tools[edit]

AxeChiselPlane (tool)SandpaperSawTable sawWood router

Weapons[edit]

See the cross listing under History & War.

Weapon

.45 ACP.50 BMG.22 Long RifleAK-47Assault rifleCannonFat ManFirearmHandgunHigh Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (Humvee) — Iowa class battleshipLittle BoyNuclear weaponJarmann M1884KammerladerKrag-JørgensenKrag-PeterssonM1 AbramsM1 Garand rifleMachine gunRifleS-mineT-34TankThompson submachine gun


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Biologists and medical scientists[edit]

Norman BorlaugCharles DarwinGeorg ForsterHippocratesAthanasius KircherCarolus LinnaeusBarbara McClintockGregor MendelLouis PasteurAlfred Russel WallaceMichael Woodruff

Biology[edit]

Biology

AnatomyAnimalAquariumBiological reproductionBiotechnologyBotanyCell (biology) (also see section below) — CladisticsCytogeneticsDeathDNADNA repairEcologyEukaryoteFossilGeneticsHuman GenomeLifeMetabolismOrganismPlantProteinScientific classificationSequence alignmentVirus

Cell biology[edit]

Cell (biology)

Cell nucleusCell wallChloroplastChromatophoreEmbryonic stem cellEndoplasmic reticulumGolgi apparatusMitochondrionPhotosynthetic reaction centreRed blood cell‎RibosomeStem cellVacuoleWhite blood cell‎

Ecology[edit]

Environmental threats to the Great Barrier ReefMinamata disease

Evolution and reproduction[edit]

AbortionBirth controlCreation-evolution controversyCretaceous–Tertiary extinction eventEvolutionMenstrual cycleSex

Health and medicine[edit]

HealthMedicine

Acetaminophen, see paracetamolAddictionAIDSAlbinismAllergyAlzheimer's diseaseAsperger's syndromeAsthmaAttention-deficit hyperactivity disorderAutismAutostereogramBlindnessCancerCholeraCirculatory systemClinical depressionColor blindnessCystic fibrosisCannabis (drug)Chagas diseaseDiabetes mellitusDiseaseDown syndromeDuchenne muscular dystrophyEbola‎Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisorderHaemophiliaHepatitis AHepatitis BHepatitis CHepatitis EHerpes zosterHIV — HPV, see Human papillomavirusHuman papillomavirusHuntington's diseaseInfluenzaInsulinKeratoconusKlinefelter's syndromeLesch-Nyhan syndromeLife expectancyLung cancerLyme diseaseMalariaMédecins Sans FrontièresMeningitisMinamata diseaseMultiple sclerosisMyers-Briggs Type IndicatorMyocardial infarctionNanomedicineNutritionOsteopathic medicine in the United StatesParacetamolPhenylketonuriaPneumoniaProstate cancerRabiesSexually transmitted disease — Shingles, see Herpes zosterSickle-cell diseaseSmallpoxStrokeSyphilisThalassemiaTay-Sachs diseaseTooth developmentTooth enamelTourette syndromeTuberculosisTurner syndromeWeight trainingYellow fever

Animals[edit]

Also see specific animal groups below

Animal

Fauna of Australia

Nervous systemAction potentialBrainCerebellumChemical synapse

Dinosaurs[edit]

DinosaurList of dinosaurs

AlbertosaurusAmphicoeliasAnkylosaurusArchaeopteryxCompsognathusCretaceous–Tertiary extinction eventDiplodocusHeterodontosauridaeIguanodonPsittacosaurusScelidosaurusStegosaurusThescelosaurusTriceratopsTyrannosaurusVelociraptor

Mammals – General[edit]

Mammal

AlpacaBearCatDogElephantGray WolfGuinea PigHumanHomo floresiensisIsland FoxMixed-breed dogPlatypusRing-tailed LemurShort-beaked EchidnaTasmanian Devil

Whales: WhaleBlue WhaleExploding whaleHumpback WhaleOrcaRight whaleSperm WhaleWhale song

Birds[edit]

Bird

AlbatrossArctic TernBald EagleCommon RavenElfin-woods WarblerEmuGalahKakapoKererūMourning DoveParrotProcellariidaeSenegal ParrotSeabird.

Reptiles[edit]

Reptile

AlligatorCrocodileMarginated TortoiseKomodo DragonSnakeTurtle

Amphibians[edit]

Amphibian

FrogAustralian Green Tree Frog (White's Tree Frog) — Cane ToadOlm

Fish[edit]

Fish

Shark

Invertebrates[edit]

Antarctic krillCaterpillarCoconut crabCochinealInsectKrillMyxobolus cerebralisShrimp farmSpider.

Plants[edit]

BotanyPlant

FlowerHistory of saffronLeafMarchantiophytaPlant physiologyPollinationRootSaffronSeedTrade and usage of saffronTree

Fungi[edit]

Fungus

MushroomLichenYeast

Microorganisms[edit]

Microorganism

ArchaeaBacteriaHelicobacter pylori

Miscellaneous organisms[edit]

For groups not specifically listed above Algae

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Chemistry and materials science

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Chemical elements[edit]

List of elements by nameList of elements by symbol

ActiniumAluminiumAmericiumAntimonyArgonArsenicAstatineBariumBerkeliumBerylliumBismuthBohriumBoronBromineCadmiumCaesiumCalciumCaliforniumCarbonCeriumChlorineChromiumCobaltCopperCuriumDarmstadtiumDubniumDysprosiumEinsteiniumErbiumEuropiumFermiumFluorineFranciumGadoliniumGalliumGermaniumGoldHafniumHassiumHeliumHolmiumHydrogenIndiumIodineIridiumIronKryptonLanthanumLawrenciumLeadLithiumLutetiumMagnesiumManganeseMeitneriumMendeleviumMercury (element)MolybdenumNeodymiumNeonNeptuniumNickelNiobiumNitrogenNobeliumOsmiumOxygenPalladiumPhosphorusPlatinumPlutoniumPoloniumPotassiumPraseodymiumPromethiumProtactiniumRadiumRadonRheniumRhodiumRoentgeniumRubidiumRutheniumRutherfordiumSamariumScandiumSeaborgiumSeleniumSiliconSilverSodiumStrontiumSulfurTantalumTechnetiumTelluriumTerbiumThalliumThoriumThuliumTinTitaniumTungstenUnunbiumUnunhexiumUnunoctiumUnunpentiumUnunquadiumUnuntriumUraniumVanadiumXenonYtterbiumYttriumZincZirconium

Chemicals (not elements or pharma)[edit]

Acetic acidAluminium chlorideAmmoniaCarbon dioxideEthanolHydrochloric acidHydrogen peroxideIron(III) chlorideRaney nickelSodium chlorideSodium hydroxideSodium sulfateSulfuric acidTolueneZinc chloride

Pharmaceuticals and related[edit]

Cannabis (drug)Lysergic acid diethylamideMedicineParacetamol (acetaminophen)

Chemists[edit]

Marie CurieMichael FaradayAntoine LavoisierDmitri MendeleevAlfred NobelLinus Pauling

Chemistry[edit]

Chemistry

AcidAcid rainAlchemyAlcoholAtomChemical elementFireFuelInorganic chemistryMetalMoleculeOrganic chemistryPeriodic table (large version)Periodic tablePhase (matter)

Environmental chemistry[edit]

Minamata diseasePollution

Materials science[edit]

BrassGlassSteelWood

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Physics and astronomy

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Astronomers and physicists[edit]

CopernicusMarie CurieGalilei, GalileoEinstein, AlbertList of scientific publications by Albert EinsteinHawking, StephenKepler, JohannesMaxwell, James ClerkNewton, IsaacOppenheimer, RobertPlanck, MaxPtolemySagan, CarlTeller, EdwardTesla, NikolaWatt, JamesE. P. Wigner

Astronomy[edit]

Astronomy

Amateur astronomyAmateur radioAstrophysics Data SystemBig BangBinary starBlack holeCat's Eye NebulaCeres (dwarf planet)CometComet Hale-BoppComet HyakutakeComet Shoemaker-Levy 9Crab NebulaEnceladus (moon)Extrasolar planetGalaxyGlobular clusterExtraterrestrial lifeH II regionHerbig-Haro objectHubble Deep FieldHubble Space TelescopeKuiper beltOpen clusterMilky WayMoonOuter spacePlanetary nebulaPlutoRoche limitSolar eclipseList of solar eclipses in the 21st centurySolar systemSunStarTimeline of discovery of solar system planets and their natural satellitesTransit of VenusUniverse

Physics[edit]

Physics

Alternating currentATLAS experimentCERNClassical mechanicsColorElectromagnetic radiationElectronEnergyElectricityElectromagnetismFermi paradoxForceFuelGeneral relativityGravitationHeatLightList of particlesMagnetMass-energy equivalenceMatterMotion (physics)NeutronNuclear fissionOpticsQuantum mechanicsQuarkPhotoelectric effectProtonSoundSpacecraft propulsionSpecial relativitySpeed of lightSubatomic particleThermodynamicsTimeVacuumWheelWeight

Planets[edit]

Planet

MercuryVenusEarthMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptuneDefinition of planetPlanetary habitabilityTimeline of discovery of solar system planets and their natural satellites