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Arts and recreation, 647[edit]

Basics, 1[edit]

Visual arts, 122[edit]

  1. Art
  2. Visual arts

History of art, 50[edit]

Early art, 8
  1. Byzantine art
  2. Carolingian Renaissance
  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, 19
  1. Modern art
  2. Abstract art
  3. Abstract expressionism
  4. Art Deco
  5. Art Nouveau
  6. Bauhaus
  7. Constructivism (art)
  8. Cubism
  9. Dada
  10. Expressionism
  11. Futurism
  12. Impressionism
  13. Kitsch
  14. Neoclassicism
  15. Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
  16. Post-Impressionism
  17. Suprematism
  18. Surrealism
  19. 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[edit]

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

Design, 3[edit]

  1. Design
  2. Graphic design
  3. Web design

Concepts and forms, 39[edit]

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

Specific works, 22[edit]

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, 5
  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

Architecture, 123[edit]

See also Tecnology>Construction section

Basics, 7[edit]

  1. Architecture
  2. Sacred architecture
  3. Architectural style
  4. Architectural theory
  5. Byzantine architecture
  6. Gothic architecture
  7. Landscape architecture

Specific structures and ensembles, 116[edit]

Africa, 13
  1. Abu Simbel temples
  2. Aït Benhaddou
  3. Aswan Dam
  4. Bibliotheca Alexandrina
  5. Giza Necropolis
  6. Great Mosque of Djenné
  7. Great Sphinx of Giza
  8. Karnak Temple Complex
  9. Luxor Temple
  10. Rock-Hewn Churches, Lalibela
  11. Saint Catherine's Monastery
  12. Temple of Edfu
  13. Great Zimbabwe
Americas, 17
  1. Chichen Itza
  2. Christ the Redeemer
  3. Chrysler Building
  4. Empire State Building
  5. Fallingwater Residence
  6. Flatiron Building
  7. Getty Center
  8. Guggenheim New York
  9. Maracanã Stadium
  10. Machu Picchu
  11. Mexico City Cathedral
  12. Willis Tower
  13. Statue of Liberty
  14. The Pyramid of the Sun
  15. Uxmal
  16. White House
  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. Hawa Mahal
  13. Himeji Castle
  14. Hōryū-ji
  15. Itsukushima Shrine
  16. Khajuraho
  17. Krak des Chevaliers
  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. Umayyad Mosque
Europe, 47
  1. Acropolis of Athens
  2. Alhambra
  3. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia
  4. Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar
  5. Belvedere Palace
  6. Buckingham Palace
  7. Capitoline Hill
  8. Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
  9. Catherine Palace
  10. Cave of Altamira
  11. Chartres Cathedral
  12. Cologne Cathedral
  13. Colosseum
  14. Doge's Palace
  15. Eiffel Tower
  16. El Escorial
  17. Florence Cathedral
  18. Guggenheim Bilbao
  19. Hagia Sophia
  20. Hungarian Parliament Building
  21. Kazan Cathedral
  22. Leaning Tower of Pisa
  23. Milan Cathedral
  24. Mont Saint-Michel
  25. Moscow Kremlin
  26. Mount Athos Monasteries
  27. Mudéjar Architecture of Aragon
  28. Notre Dame de Paris
  29. Neuschwanstein Castle
  30. Oslo Opera House
  31. Palazzo Pitti
  32. Parthenon
  33. Pantheon
  34. Peterhof Palace
  35. Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes
  36. Sagrada Família
  37. Saint Basil's Cathedral
  38. St. Peter's Basilica
  39. Sistine Chapel
  40. Stonehenge
  41. Topkapı Palace
  42. Versailles Palace
  43. Way of St. James
  44. Wembley Stadium
  45. Westminster Palace
  46. Windsor Castle
  47. Winter Palace
Oceania, 1
  1. Sydney Opera House
Seven Wonders of the World, 8
  1. Seven Wonders of the Ancient 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

Music, 161[edit]

Basics, 23[edit]

  1. Music
    1. Choir
    2. Interval
    3. Major
    4. Minor
    5. Musical improvisation
    6. Scale (music)
    7. Orchestra
    8. Rhythm
  2. Singing
  3. Song
  4. Musicology
    1. Articulation
    2. Counterpoint
    3. Music theory
    4. Musical form
    5. Mode (music)
    6. Twelve-tone technique
  5. Music video
  6. Rapping
  7. Melody
  8. Harmony
    1. Chord

Music genres/forms, 66[edit]

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

Musical instruments, 59[edit]

  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 piano
    3. Music sequencer
    4. 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. Lyre
  30. Oboe
  31. Piano
  32. Piccolo
  33. Pipe organ
  34. Recorder
  35. Saxophone
  36. Snare drum
  37. Sousaphone
  38. Double bass
  39. String instrument
  40. Timpani
  41. Trombone
  42. Trumpet
  43. Tuba
  44. Vibraphone
  45. Viola
  46. Violin
  47. Xylophone
  48. Zither
  49. Mandolin
  50. Lute
  51. Wind instrument
  52. Woodwind instrument
  53. Bagpipes
  54. Percussion instrument
  55. Cymbal

Specific musical works, 13[edit]

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

Performing arts, 60[edit]

Recreation: games and sports, 180[edit]

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

Sports, 131[edit]

Basics, 12
  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
  8. Esports
Team sports, 32
  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. Cricket
    1. Cricket World Cup
  6. Curling
  7. Floorball
  8. Association football
    1. FIFA World Cup
    2. Goalkeeper
    3. UEFA European Football Championship
    4. Premier League
    5. UEFA Champions League
  9. Team handball
  10. Hockey
    1. Field hockey
    2. Ice hockey
      1. National Hockey League
  11. Lacrosse
  12. Polo
  13. Rugby football
    1. Rugby league
    2. Rugby sevens
    3. Rugby union
  14. 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, 5
  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. Swimming (sport)
  5. Water polo
Other individual sports, 54
  1. Angling
  2. Archery
  3. Auto racing
    1. Formula One
    2. NASCAR
  4. Motorcycle sport
  5. Badminton
  6. Bodybuilding
  7. Boules
    1. Petanque
  8. Bowling
  9. Cue sports
  10. Cycling
    1. Mountain bike
    2. Time trial
    3. Tour de France
  11. Equestrianism
    1. Dressage
    2. Horse racing
    3. Rodeo
    4. Show jumping
  12. Fencing
    1. Foil (fencing)
    2. Sabre (fencing)
  13. Golf
  14. Gymnastics
    1. Rhythmic gymnastics
    2. Floor (gymnastics)
    3. Somersault
    4. Trampoline
    5. Vault (gymnastics)
  15. Modern pentathlon
  16. Mountaineering
  17. Orienteering
  18. Shooting sport
  19. Skiing
    1. Alpine skiing
    2. Biathlon
    3. Nordic skiing
    4. Ski jumping
    5. Slalom skiing
    6. Ski
  20. Sled
    1. Bobsleigh
    2. Luge
  21. Snooker
  22. Snowboarding
  23. Squash (sport)
  24. Surfing
  25. Table tennis
  26. Tennis
    1. Racket (sports equipment)
  27. Triathlon
  28. Olympic weightlifting
Fighting sport and martial arts, 12
  1. Martial arts
  2. Boxing
  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)

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Language and Literature, 308[edit]

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Language, 160[edit]

Basic, 39[edit]

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

Language Family, 24[edit]

  1. Language family
    1. Afroasiatic languages
      1. Semitic languages
    2. Altaic languages
      1. Turkic languages
    3. Austroasiatic languages
    4. Austronesian languages
    5. Dravidian languages
    6. Na-Dene languages
    7. Indo-European languages
      1. Germanic languages
      2. Iranian languages
      3. Romance languages
      4. Slavic languages
    8. Khoisan languages
    9. Kra–Dai languages
    10. Niger–Congo languages
    11. Nilo-Saharan languages
    12. Pama-Nyungan languages
    13. Quechua languages
    14. Sino-Tibetan languages
    15. Trans-New Guinea languages
    16. Uralic languages
    17. Uto-Aztecan languages

Alphabets and writing systems, 19[edit]

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

Specific languages, 77[edit]

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

Visual/tactile language, 1[edit]

  1. Sign language

Literature, 148[edit]

  1. Literature
    1. Ancient literature
      1. Byzantine literature
      2. Latin literature
    2. African literature
      1. Egyptian literature
    3. Arabic literature
    4. Belgian literature
    5. Czech literature
    6. English literature
      1. American literature
      2. Australian literature
      3. British literature
      4. Canadian literature
      5. Irish literature
    7. Chinese literature
    8. Dutch literature
    9. French literature
    10. German literature
      1. Austrian literature
    11. Greek literature
    12. Hebrew literature
    13. Indian literature
    14. Italian literature
    15. Japanese literature
    16. Latin American literature
    17. Modernist literature
    18. Persian literature
    19. Polish literature
    20. Portuguese literature
    21. Romanian literature
    22. Russian literature
    23. Spanish literature
    24. Turkish literature
  2. Fiction
    1. Prose
      1. Novel
      2. Short story
    2. Legend
    3. Satire
  3. Book
  4. Encyclopedia
  5. Poetry
    1. Epic poetry
    2. Haiku
    3. Sonnet
  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, 58[edit]

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

Fictional worlds, 15[edit]

  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. Shapeshifter
  14. Atlantis
  15. Utopia

Fictional characters, 15[edit]

  1. Batman
  2. Mickey Mouse
  3. Snow White
  4. Superman
  5. Tintin
  6. Peter Pan
  7. Santa Claus
  8. Aladdin
  9. James Bond
  10. The Cat in the Hat
  11. Count Dracula
  12. Sherlock Holmes
  13. Tarzan
  14. The Three Musketeers
  15. Superhero