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Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
head of governmentP6Itemhead of government and president: head of the executive power of this town, city, municipality, state, country, or other governmental bodyLos Angeles <head of government> Antonio Villaraigosa-
videoP10Commons media filevideo recording: relevant video. For images, use the property P18. For film trailers, qualify with "object has role" (P3831)="trailer" (Q622550)Varanus komodoensis <video> Komodo dragons video.wmv.OGG-
traffic signP14Commons media filehighway shield: graphic symbol describing the item, used at the side of or above roads to give instructions or provide information to road usersBundesautobahn 1 <traffic sign> Bundesautobahn 1 number.svg-
route mapP15Commons media fileroad map: image of route map at Wikimedia CommonsNetherlands <route map> Genummerde wegen 2009.svg-
transport networkP16Itemtransport network: network the infrastructure is a part ofU.S. Route 41 <transport network> United States Numbered Highway System-
countryP17Itemcountry: sovereign state of this item (not to be used for human beings)Scotland <country> United Kingdom-
imageP18Commons media fileillustration and image: image of relevant illustration of the subject; if available, also use more specific properties (sample: coat of arms image, locator map, flag image, signature image, logo image, collage image)Northern Ireland <image> Northern Ireland in the UK and Europe.svg-
place of birthP19Itemplace of birth and maternity hospital: most specific known (e.g. city instead of country, or hospital instead of city) birth location of a person, animal or fictional characterStanley Kubrick <place of birth> The Bronx-
place of deathP20Itemplace of death: most specific known (e.g. city instead of country, or hospital instead of city) death location of a person, animal or fictional characterWolfgang Amadeus Mozart <place of death> Vienna-
sex or genderP21Itemsex, gender, sex or gender and sex of humans: sex or gender identity of human or animal. For human: male, female, non-binary, intersex, transgender female, transgender male, agender. For animal: male organism, female organism. Groups of same gender use subclass of (P279)Jack Bauer <sex or gender> male-
fatherP22Itemfather: male parent of the subject. For stepfather, use "stepparent" (P3448)Mars <father> Uranuschild
motherP25Itemmother: female parent of the subject. For stepmother, use "stepparent" (P3448)George W. Bush <mother> Barbara Bushchild
spouseP26Itemspouse: the subject has the object as their spouse (husband, wife, partner, etc.). Use "unmarried partner" (P451) for non-married companionsClaude Monet <spouse> Camille Doncieuxspouse
country of citizenshipP27Itemcitizenship: the object is a country that recognizes the subject as its citizenLudwig van Beethoven <country of citizenship> Germany-
continentP30Itemcontinent: continent of which the subject is a partDenmark <continent> Europe-
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member; different from P279 (subclass of); for example: K2 is an instance of mountain; volcano is a subclass of mountain (and an instance of volcanic landform)universe <instance of> physical object-
head of stateP35Itemhead of state: official with the highest formal authority in a country/stateGreece <head of state> Karolos Papoulias-
capitalP36Itemcapital city, administrative centre, chef-lieu, centralort and centralized bureau: seat of government of a country, province, state or other type of administrative territorial entityLithuania <capital> Vilniuscapital of
official languageP37Itemofficial language: language designated as official by this itemTurkey <official language> Turkish-
currencyP38Itemunit of account and currency: currency used by itemPortugal <currency> euro-
position heldP39Itemmandate, position, job, political coalition, by position held, public office and former position: subject currently or formerly holds the object position or public officeSebastián Piñera <position held> President of Chileofficeholder
childP40Itemchild: subject has object as child. Do not use for stepchildrenElvis Presley <child> Lisa Marie Presleyfather, mother and parent
flag imageP41Commons media fileflag: image of the item's flagUruguay <flag image> Flag of Uruguay.svg-
shares border withP47Itempolitical border and border: countries or administrative subdivisions, of equal level, that this item borders, either by land or water. A single common point is enough.Mexico <shares border with> Guatemala-
authorP50Itemauthor and writer: main creator(s) of a written work (use on works, not humans); use P2093 when Wikidata item is unknown or does not existNatural History <author> Pliny the Elder-
audioP51Commons media fileaudio file: relevant sound. If available, use a more specific property. Samples: "spoken text audio" (P989), "pronunciation audio" (P443)Il Canto degli Italiani <audio> Inno di Mameli instrumental.ogg-
familyP53Itemfamily and family: family, including dynasty and nobility houses. Not family name (use P734 for family name).Genghis Khan <family> Borjigin-
member of sports teamP54Itemsports team: sports teams or clubs that the subject represents or representedFrantišek Plánička <member of sports team> SK Slavia Prague-
directorP57Itemdirector, theatrical director, film director, film or television director, television director and radio director: director(s) of film, TV-series, stageplay, video game or similarNeon Genesis Evangelion <director> Hideaki Anno-
screenwriterP58Itemscreenwriter and film screenwriter: person(s) who wrote the script for subject itemRough Night in Jericho <screenwriter> Marvin Albert-
constellationP59Itemconstellation: the area of the celestial sphere of which the subject is a part (from a scientific standpoint, not an astrological one)HD 108262 <constellation> Virgo-
discoverer or inventorP61Iteminventor, innovator, discoverer, discovery, invention and discoveries and inventions: subject who discovered, first described, invented, or developed this discovery or inventionAntarctica <discoverer or inventor> Mikhail Lazarev-
site of astronomical discoveryP65Itemdiscovered at site: the place where an astronomical object was discovered (observatory, satellite)Neptune <site of astronomical discovery> Berlin Observatory-
ancestral homeP66Itemancestral home and ancestral home in China: place of origin for ancestors of subjectSun Yat-sen <ancestral home> Dongguan-
educated atP69Itemalma mater: educational institution attended by subjectCarl Sagan <educated at> University of Chicago-
top-level Internet domainP78Itemtop-level domain: Internet domain name system top-level codePeople's Republic of China <top-level Internet domain> .cn-
connecting lineP81Itemrailway line and rail track: railway line(s) subject is directly connected toBellecour <connecting line> Lyon Metro Line A-
architectP84Itemarchitect and architectural firm: person or architectural firm responsible for designing this buildingPère Lachaise Cemetery <architect> Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart-
anthemP85Itemanthem, team anthem, national anthem, regional anthem and school song: subject's official anthemBrazil <anthem> Brazilian National Anthem-
composerP86Itemcomposer: person(s) who wrote the music [for lyricist, use "lyrics by" (P676)]Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious <composer> Richard M. Sherman-
librettistP87Itemlibrettist: author of the libretto (words) of an opera, operetta, oratorio or cantata, or of the book of a musicalEdgar <librettist> Ferdinando Fontana-
commissioned byP88Itemcommissioner and commission: person or organization that commissioned this workRaphael Rooms <commissioned by> Julius II-
sexual orientationP91Itemsexual orientation: the sexual orientation of the person relative to their declared gender — use ONLY IF they have stated it themselves, unambiguously, or it has been widely agreed upon by historians after their deathRachel Maddow <sexual orientation> homosexuality-
coat of arms imageP94Commons media filecoat of arms: image of the item's coat of arms - for the shield part only use P4004Geneva <coat of arms image> Coat of Arms of Geneva.svg-
noble titleP97Itemnoble title and princely title: titles held by the personTimur <noble title> Baig-
editorP98Itemeditor: person who checks and correct a work (such as a book, newspaper, academic journal, etc.) to comply with a rules of certain genreCourse in General Linguistics <editor> Charles Bally-