Wikidata:List of properties/occurrence

Wikidata property related to events (Q22964785)

Wikidata property for specifying the location of an eventEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
place of birthP19Itemmost specific known (e.g. city instead of country, or hospital instead of city) birth location of a person, animal or fictional characterJulius Caesar <place of birth> Rome-
place of deathP20Itemmost specific known (e.g. city instead of country, or hospital instead of city) death location of a person, animal or fictional characterRené Descartes <place of death> Stockholm-
site of astronomical discoveryP65Itemthe place where an astronomical object was discovered (observatory, satellite)(5611) 1943 DL <site of astronomical discovery> Iso-Heikkilä Observatory-
place of burialP119Itemlocation of grave, resting place, place of ash-scattering, etc, (e.g. town/city or cemetery) for a person or animal. There may be several places: e.g. re-burials, cenotaphs, parts of body buried separately.Christian Doppler <place of burial> San Michele Cemetery-
location of discoveryP189Itemwhere the item was located when discoveredVenus de Milo <location of discovery> Milos-
place of publicationP291Itemgeographical place of publication of the edition (use 1st edition when referring to works)Le petit prince <place of publication> New York City-
location of formationP740Itemlocation where a group or organization was formedThe Beatles <location of formation> Liverpool-
filming locationP915Itemactual place where this scene/film was shot. For the setting, use "narrative location" (P840)Batman <filming location> Knebworth House-
work locationP937Itemlocation where persons were activeFilippo Brunelleschi <work location> Florence-
location of landingP1158Itemlocation where the craft landedYutu <location of landing> Mare Imbrium-
place of detentionP2632Itemplace where this person is or was detainedJuliano Verbard <place of detention> Saint-Denis prison-
place of marriageP2842Itemlocation where the marriage was celebrated. Use as qualifier for property "spouse" (P26)Mitt Romney <place of marriage> Bloomfield Hills-
location of first performanceP4647Itemlocation where a work was first debuted, performed or broadcastedDer Hauptmann von Köpenick (The Captain of Köpenick) <location of first performance> Main Stage (Schauspielhaus Zurich)-

Wikidata property for a person related eventEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
place of birthP19Itemmost specific known (e.g. city instead of country, or hospital instead of city) birth location of a person, animal or fictional characterJulius Caesar <place of birth> Rome-
place of deathP20Itemmost specific known (e.g. city instead of country, or hospital instead of city) death location of a person, animal or fictional characterRené Descartes <place of death> Stockholm-
place of burialP119Itemlocation of grave, resting place, place of ash-scattering, etc, (e.g. town/city or cemetery) for a person or animal. There may be several places: e.g. re-burials, cenotaphs, parts of body buried separately.Christian Doppler <place of burial> San Michele Cemetery-
killed byP157Itemperson who killed the subjectHolofernes <killed by> Judith-
cause of deathP509Itemunderlying or immediate cause of death. Underlying cause (e.g. car accident, stomach cancer) preferred. Use 'manner of death' (P1196) for broadest category, e.g. natural causes, accident, homicide, suicideAlexander Radishchev <cause of death> nitric acid poisoning-
date of birthP569Point in timedate on which the subject was bornJude Law <date of birth> 1972-12-29-
date of deathP570Point in timedate on which the subject diedEdgar Leopold Layard <date of death> 1900-01-01-
date of disappearanceP746Point in timedate or point of time a missing person was seen or otherwise known to be alive for the last timeAmelia Earhart <date of disappearance> 1937-07-02-
number of deathsP1120QuantityTotal (cumulative) number of people who died since start as a direct result of an event or causePenn's Creek Massacre <number of deaths> 14-
manner of deathP1196Itemgeneral circumstances of a person's death; e.g. natural causes, accident, suicide, homicide, pending investigation or special 'unknown value'. Use 'cause of death' (P509) for more immediate or underlying causes, e.g. heart attack, car accidentAdolf Eichmann <manner of death> capital punishment-
floruitP1317Point in timedate when the person was known to be active or alive, when birth or death not documentedWilliam Baldwin <floruit> 1547-
military casualty classificationP1347Itemallowed values: killed in action (Q210392), missing in action (Q2344557), died of wounds (Q16861372), prisoner of war (Q179637), killed in flight accident (Q16861407), others used in military casualty classificationLouis Julius Freudenberg <military casualty classification> killed in action-
image of graveP1442Commons media filepicture of a person or animal's grave, gravestone or tombZita of Bourbon-Parma <image of grave> Kapuzinergruft Wien4.JPG-
category for people born hereP1464Itemcategory item that groups people born in this placeSaxony <category for people born here> Category:Births in Saxony-
category for people who died hereP1465Itemcategory item for people who died in this locationSouth Africa <category for people who died here> Category:Deaths in South Africa-
number of casualtiesP1590Quantitynumber of people dead or injured because of this event. Used when precise data on number of deaths and number of injured is unavailable.Hurricane Patricia <number of casualties> 8-
date of baptism in early childhoodP1636Point in timedate when a person was baptized. For times when only baptism records were available, this can be a good substitute for date of birth.Ludwig van Beethoven <date of baptism in early childhood> 1770-12-17-
category of people buried hereP1791ItemWikimedia category for people with a burial site within this areaSt. Vitus Cathedral <category of people buried here> Category:Burials at St. Vitus Cathedral-
place of detentionP2632Itemplace where this person is or was detainedJuliano Verbard <place of detention> Saint-Denis prison-
birthdayP3150Itemitem for day and month on which the subject was born. Used when full "date of birth" (P569) isn't known.Haruka Shimotsuki <birthday> November 15-
age at eventP3629Quantitythe age of the subject according to the cited source at the time of an event. Used as a qualifier of significant event propertyTuomas Ketola <age at event> 36 years old-
last wordsP3909Monolingual textlast words attributed to a person before their deathJane Austen <last words> I want nothing but death.(en)-
date of burial or cremationP4602Point in timedate on which the person was buried or cremated soon after deathBartholomeus Dolendo <date of burial or cremation> 1626-05-27-
CSDE Lynching Database IDP5563External identifieridentifier for a lynching victim in the CSDE Lynching DatabaseCordie Cheek <CSDE Lynching Database ID> TN1933121501-
British Executions IDP6167External identifieridentifier for a person executed in Britain between 1100 and 1964James Hanratty <British Executions ID> 44-

Wikidata property about electionsEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
office contestedP541Itemtitle of office which election will determine the next holder of1996 Hong Kong Chief Executive election <office contested> Chief Executive of Hong Kong-
candidateP726Itemperson or party that is an option for an office in an election-
successful candidateP991Itemperson(s) elected after the election2000 United States presidential election <successful candidate> George W. Bush-
votes receivedP1111Quantityqualifier stating the number of votes for a candidate in an election-
total valid votesP1697Quantityvote count for the elections (excluding invalid votes)2012 South Korean presidential election <total valid votes> 30594621-
eligible votersP1867Quantitynumber of eligible voters for a particular election2010 United Kingdom general election <eligible voters> 45597461-
ballots castP1868Quantitytotal number of ballot(s) cast, including invalid or blank ballots2010 United Kingdom general election <ballots cast> 29687604-
right to voteP2964Itempeople who have right to vote at this election, referendum, etc.2014 Swedish general election <right to vote> Swedish citizen + 18+ years old + sometime in the past lived in Sweden-
age of candidacyP2998Quantityminimum age at which a person can legally qualify to hold certain elected government officesAustralia <age of candidacy> 18 years old-
candidacy in electionP3602Itemelection where the subject is a candidateJoonas Mäkinen <candidacy in election> 2012 Finnish municipal elections-
Tagesschau election IDP4247External identifieridentifier of a parliamentary election in the elections archive on tagesschau.de2013 German federal election <Tagesschau election ID> 2013-09-22-BT-DE-
number of abstentionsP5043Quantitynumber of abstentions in a voting round of a electionSecond round of French presidential election, 2017 <number of abstentions> 12101366.0-
number of spoilt votesP5044Quantitynumber of spoilt votes in a voting round for a specfic position in a electionState elections in Acre in 2014 for Senate <number of spoilt votes> 31640-
number of blank votesP5045Quantitynumber of blank votes in a voting round for a specific position in a electionState elections in Acre in 2014 for Senate <number of blank votes> 12.319-
number of polling stationsP6753Quantitynumber of polling stations, and correspondively of electoral precincts, in certain electoral district or during certain electionsForeign electoral district <number of polling stations> 101-

Wikidata property to identify eventsEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
ProCyclingStats race IDP2327External identifier2012 Tour de France, Prologue <ProCyclingStats race ID> 159708-
Cycling Archives race IDP2330External identifieridentifier in the Cycling Archives2015 Grand Prix de Fourmies <Cycling Archives race ID> 255517-
AGORHA event identifierP2345External identifierManet <AGORHA event identifier> 5121-
CQ Ranking men's race IDP2648External identifieridentifier for a men's cycling race at cqranking.com2015 E3 Harelbeke <CQ Ranking men's race ID> 27150-
CQ Ranking women's race IDP2708External identifieridentifier for a women's cycling race at cqranking.com2016 Le Samyn des Dames <CQ Ranking women's race ID> 10989-
USGS earthquake IDP3196External identifieridentifier for an earthquake or other seismic event, in the United States Geological Survey database2014 South Napa earthquake <USGS earthquake ID> nc72282711-
Old Bailey Proceedings IDP3944External identifieridentifier for a trial, on the Old Bailey Proceedings websiteTrial of the Detectives <Old Bailey Proceedings ID> t18771022-805-
Tagesschau election IDP4247External identifieridentifier of a parliamentary election in the elections archive on tagesschau.de2013 German federal election <Tagesschau election ID> 2013-09-22-BT-DE-
ARTIC exhibition IDP6294External identifieridentifier for an exhibition on the Art Institute of Chicago websiteCézanne to Picasso: Ambroise Vollard, Patron of the Avant-Garde <ARTIC exhibition ID> 264-
Deportation Database transport IDP6581External identifieronline guide that includes most of the deportation transports that originated from cities in central, western and southern European countries between 1939 and 1945Transport XX from Caserne Dossin to Auschwitz Birkenau on 19/04/1943 <Deportation Database transport ID> 5092776-
FilmFreeway IDP6762External identifieridentifier for film festivals in the FilmFreeway.com databaseLA Shorts Fest <FilmFreeway ID> LAShortsFest-
racing-reference race IDP6806External identifieridentifier of a motor race, in the racing-reference.com database2018 Indianapolis 500 <racing-reference race ID> 2018_Indianapolis_500/O-
ACM conference IDP7979External identifieridentifier for conferences hosted by ACMConference on Human Factors in Computing Systems <ACM conference ID> chi-
motorsportstats.com series IDP8141External identifieridentifier for motorsport series at motorsportstats.comFormula One <motorsportstats.com series ID> formula-one-

Wikidata property about disastersEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
number of deathsP1120QuantityTotal (cumulative) number of people who died since start as a direct result of an event or causePenn's Creek Massacre <number of deaths> 14-
number of injuredP1339Quantitynumber of people with non-fatal injuries in an eventSeptember 11 attacks <number of injured> 6000-
number of missingP1446Quantitynumber of people missing after an event - qualify with "point in time (P585)"2013 Lushan earthquake <number of missing> 23-
has immediate causeP1478Itemnearest, proximate thing that directly resulted in the subject as outcome or effect. Used in conjunction with 'has cause' (i.e. underlying cause) and 'has contributing factor'. See 'Help:Modeling causes'.Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event <has immediate cause> starvationimmediate cause of
has contributing factorP1479Itemthing that significantly influenced, but did not directly cause, this outcome or effect. Used in conjunction with 'has cause' and 'has immediate cause'. See 'Help:Modeling causes'.American Civil War <has contributing factor> caning of Charles Sumnercontributing factor of
number of survivorsP1561Quantitynumber of people surviving an eventEssing bridge accident <number of survivors> 1-
number of casualtiesP1590Quantitynumber of people dead or injured because of this event. Used when precise data on number of deaths and number of injured is unavailable.Hurricane Patricia <number of casualties> 8-
cost of damageP2630Quantitymonetary value of damage caused by this event1989 Loma Prieta earthquake <cost of damage> 5800000000 United States dollar-
damagedP3081Itemphysical items damaged by this eventmy kobee bryant <damaged> battleship-
destroyedP3082Itemphysical items destroyed by this event2016 Fort McMurray Wildfire <destroyed> buildingcause of destruction
medical evacuation toP5248Itemsite to which those injured are evacuated immediately after a catastrophic event or a battleFlorida International University pedestrian bridge collapse <medical evacuation to> Kendall Regional Medical Center-

Wikidata property related to sport eventsEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
oath made byP543Itemperson(s) that made the oath at an event, like the Olympic Games1984 Summer Olympics <oath made by> Edwin Moses-
torch lit byP545Itemperson that lit the torch at an event, like the Olympic Games1992 Winter Olympics <torch lit by> Michel Platini-
surface played onP765Itemthe surface on which the tournament is playedWimbledon Championships <surface played on> grass court-
sponsorP859Itemorganization or individual that sponsors this itemKílian Jornet Burgada <sponsor> Salomon Group-
attendanceP1110Quantitynumber of people (spectators, ticket holders) at an event or exhibition1982 FIFA World Cup <attendance> 2109723-
winnerP1346Itemwinner of an event - do not use for awards (use P166/P2453 instead), nor for wars or battles2015 Tour de France <winner> Chris Froome-
points/goal scored byP1363Itemperson who scored a point or goal in a game1966 FIFA World Cup Final <points/goal scored by> Geoff Hurst-
match time of eventP1390Quantitytime into a game when an event occurs (use with a unit)1966 FIFA World Cup Final <match time of event> 120 minute-
score methodP1443Itemqualifier of "points/goal scored by (P1363)"-
refereeP1652Itemreferee or umpire of a match1931 FA Cup Final <referee> Harry Kingscott-
participating teamP1923ItemLike 'Participant' (P710) but for teams. For an event like a cycle race or a football match you can use this property to list the teams and P710 to list the individuals (with 'member of sports team' (P54) as a qualifier for the individuals)2014 FIFA World Cup Final <participating team> Argentina national football team-
league level aboveP2499Itemthe league above this sports leagueLigue 2 <league level above> Ligue 1league level below
league level belowP2500Itemthe league below this sports leagueLigue 1 <league level below> Ligue 2league level above
resultsP2501Itemresults of a competition in sports2015 Schaal Sels <results> general classification of the 2015 Coupe Selsclassification of race
classification of raceP2502Itemrace for which this classification appliesgeneral classification of the 2015 Coupe Sels <classification of race> 2015 Schaal Selsresults
race timeP2781Quantityofficially recorded time elapsed in a sports race-
promotedP2881Itemcompetitor or team relegated during competition2014–15 Football League <promoted> AFC Bournemouth-
relegatedP2882Itemcompetitor or team relegated during competition2014–15 Football League <relegated> Cheltenham Town F.C.-
flag bearerP3022Itemperson who carries the national flag of their country at an opening or closing ceremonyFrance at the 2004 Summer Olympics <flag bearer> Jackson Richardson-
qualifies for eventP3085Itemthis event qualifies for that event2015–16 Premier League <qualifies for event> 2016–17 UEFA Champions League-
league points systemP3195Itempoint system of an e.g. sports league2015–16 Premier League <league points system> three points for a win-
broadcast byP3301Itemthe channel, network, website or service that broadcast this item over radio, TV or the Internet2016 Formula One season <broadcast by> BBC One-
final eventP3967Itemfinal event of a competition2014 FIFA World Cup <final event> 2014 FIFA World Cup Final-
sports league levelP3983Quantitythe level of the sport league in the sport league systemPremier League <sports league level> 1-
Wimbledon player IDP4503External identifieridentifier for a tennis player on the Wimbledon website, in the archive sectionRené Lacoste <Wimbledon player ID> 5663d920-93b7-428b-b67d-41123bd16e89-
Commonwealth Games Federation athlete IDP4548External identifieridentifier for an athlete on the Commonwealth Games Federation websiteHeather Armitage <Commonwealth Games Federation athlete ID> 39735-
Canada Games athlete IDP4555External identifieridentifier for an athlete on the Canada Games websiteGabriela Dabrowski <Canada Games athlete ID> b7222679-db90-4720-9399-1aad03d42950-
International World Games Association athlete IDP4588External identifieridentifier for an athlete on the International World Games Association websiteAlexandra Recchia <International World Games Association athlete ID> 8644-
season startsP4794Itemmonth or season when sports competition beginsSerie A <season starts> August-
X Games athlete IDP4893External identifieridentifier for a X Games athlete at xgames.comMarie Martinod <X Games athlete ID> 3014676-
Snooker.org tournament IDP4921External identifierID about a specific snooker tournament at the Snooker.org database2018 World Grand Prix <Snooker.org tournament ID> 631-
CueTracker tournament IDP4924External identifierID about a specific snooker tournament at the CueTracker.net databaseWorld Snooker Championship <CueTracker tournament ID> world-championship-
OnsOranje match IDP5157External identifieridentifier for a match in the database of OnsOranjeUEFA Women's Euro 2017 Final <OnsOranje match ID> 8506/wedstrijd/29978-
OnsOranje tournament IDP5162External identifieridentifier for a tournament in the database of OnsOranjeUEFA Women's Euro 2017 <OnsOranje tournament ID> 1466-
sports competition competed atP5249Itemedition of sports competitions at which the club or team that played a season competed at. Use this to link items for team seasons to items for specific seasons of competitions.Sample: 2012–13 FC Barcelona season → 2012–13 UEFA Champions League2012–13 FC Bayern Munich season <sports competition competed at> 2012–13 UEFA Champions League-
laps completedP5349Quantitynumber of laps completed by a race participantLotterer-Senna-Jani <laps completed> 163 lap-
2006 Commonwealth Games athlete IDP5716External identifieridentifier for an athlete who participated at the 2006 Commonwealth GamesCampbell Flockhart <2006 Commonwealth Games athlete ID> 109035-
season endsP6118Itemto indicate what month of the year a sports season endsUSL Championship <season ends> November-
match intervalP6887Itemthe part of a sporting match when an event takes placeOla Kamara <match interval> second half-
Turkish Football Federation match IDP7382External identifieridentifier association football match at TFF database-

OtherEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
locationP276Itemlocation of the item, physical object or event is within. In case of an administrative entity use P131. In case of a distinct terrain feature use P706.Mona Lisa <location> Louvre Museum-
edition numberP393Stringnumber of an edition (first, second, ... as 1, 2, ...) or event2006 Winter Olympics <edition number> 20-
targetP533Itemtarget of a terrorist attack or military operationRwandan genocide <target> Tutsi-
officially opened byP542Itemperson that officially opened the event or place2012 Summer Olympics <officially opened by> Elizabeth II-
organizerP664Itemperson or institution organizing an event1994 FIFA World Cup <organizer> FIFA-
participantP710Itemperson, group of people or organization (object) that actively takes/took part in an event or process (subject). Preferably qualify with "object has role" (P3831). Use P1923 for participants that are teams.Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen <participant> Saudi Arabiaparticipant of
significant eventP793Itemsignificant or notable events associated with the subjectDennewitz <significant event> Battle of Dennewitz-
speakerP823Itemperson who is speaker for this event, ceremony, keynote, presentation or in a literary workGoogle I/O 2013 <speaker> Larry Page-
public holidayP832Itemofficial public holiday that occurs in this place in its honor, usually a non-working dayPortugal <public holiday> Portugal Day-
guest of honorP967Itemguest(s) of honor invited to an event, e.g. a conventionEurofurence 19 <guest of honor> Andy Heath-
attendanceP1110Quantitynumber of people (spectators, ticket holders) at an event or exhibition1982 FIFA World Cup <attendance> 2109723-
number of deathsP1120QuantityTotal (cumulative) number of people who died since start as a direct result of an event or causePenn's Creek Massacre <number of deaths> 14-
number of participantsP1132Quantitynumber of participants of an event, e.g. people or groups of people that take part in the event (NO units)2008 Summer Olympics <number of participants> 32-
number of injuredP1339Quantitynumber of people with non-fatal injuries in an eventSeptember 11 attacks <number of injured> 6000-
winnerP1346Itemwinner of an event - do not use for awards (use P166/P2453 instead), nor for wars or battles2015 Tour de France <winner> Chris Froome-
start pointP1427Itemstarting place of this journey, flight, voyage, trek, migration etc.2004 Tour de France, Stage 2 <start point> Charleroi-
collection or exhibition sizeP1436Quantitynumber of items in a collection or exhibitionMaksim Bahdanovič Literary Museum <collection or exhibition size> 16946-
destination pointP1444Itemintended destination for this route (journey, flight, sailing, exploration, migration, etc.)2013 Vuelta a España, Stage 12 <destination point> Tarragona-
number of missingP1446Quantitynumber of people missing after an event - qualify with "point in time (P585)"2013 Lushan earthquake <number of missing> 23-
has immediate causeP1478Itemnearest, proximate thing that directly resulted in the subject as outcome or effect. Used in conjunction with 'has cause' (i.e. underlying cause) and 'has contributing factor'. See 'Help:Modeling causes'.Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event <has immediate cause> starvationimmediate cause of
has contributing factorP1479Itemthing that significantly influenced, but did not directly cause, this outcome or effect. Used in conjunction with 'has cause' and 'has immediate cause'. See 'Help:Modeling causes'.American Civil War <has contributing factor> caning of Charles Sumnercontributing factor of
end causeP1534Itemqualifier to use together with the end date qualifier (P582) to specify the causeJoseph Ratzinger, Sr. <end cause> resignation-
immediate cause ofP1536Itemimmediate cause of this effectAmerican Civil War <immediate cause of> assassination of Abraham Lincolnhas immediate cause
contributing factor ofP1537Itemthing that is significantly influenced by this cause, but does not directly result from it. See 'Help:Modeling causes' for examples and discussion.obesity <contributing factor of> heart diseasehas contributing factor
number of survivorsP1561Quantitynumber of people surviving an eventEssing bridge accident <number of survivors> 1-
defendantP1591Itemperson or organization accused, at a trialTrial of Thomas Paine <defendant> Thomas Paineplaintiff
defenderP1593Itemperson representing the defendant, at a trialTrial of Thomas Paine <defender> Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine-
investigated byP1840Itemperson or organization involved in investigation of the itemGrayrigg derailment <investigated by> Rail Accident Investigation Branch-
volcanic explosivity indexP1903Itemscale indicating size of an explosive volcanic eruption2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull <volcanic explosivity index> Volcanic explosivity index 4: Pelean/Plinian-
International Nuclear Event ScaleP2127ItemChernobyl disaster <International Nuclear Event Scale> INES level 7 event-
frequency of eventP2257Quantitystandard nominal interval between scheduled or regularly recurring events. Include unit of time, e.g. "year" (Q577)Olympic Games <frequency of event> 4 year-
debut participantP2318Itemparticipant for whom this is their debut appearance in a series of eventsEurovision Song Contest 2006 <debut participant> Azerbaijan-
aftershocksP2320Quantitynumber of smaller earthquakes which follow a significant earthquakeApril 2015 Nepal earthquake <aftershocks> 329-
Railways Archive event IDP2478External identifierEvent ID in the Railways Archive databaseaccident at Parkside <Railways Archive event ID> 1-
cost of damageP2630Quantitymonetary value of damage caused by this event1989 Loma Prieta earthquake <cost of damage> 5800000000 United States dollar-
viaP2825Itemintermediate point on a journey - stopover location, waystation or routing point2016 Turøy helicopter crash <via> Gullfaks oil field-
damagedP3081Itemphysical items damaged by this eventmy kobee bryant <damaged> battleship-
destroyedP3082Itemphysical items destroyed by this event2016 Fort McMurray Wildfire <destroyed> buildingcause of destruction
event distanceP3157Quantitydistance over which a race or other event is conducted or was achievedBoston Marathon <event distance> 42.195 kilometre-
age at eventP3629Quantitythe age of the subject according to the cited source at the time of an event. Used as a qualifier of significant event propertyTuomas Ketola <age at event> 36 years old-
number of perpetratorsP3886Quantitynumber of perpetrators in an event, as reported by reliable sources2015 Thalys train attack <number of perpetrators> 1-
Global Terrorism Database IDP4089External identifieridentifier in the Global Terrorism Database by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START)2012 Sarcelles grenade attack <Global Terrorism Database ID> 201209190018-
order of battleP4220Itemarrangement of units and hierarchical organization of the armed forces involved in the specified military actionBattle of Madagascar <order of battle> order of battle of the Battle of Madagascar-
Brooklyn Museum Exhibition IDP4899External identifierid of an exhibition in the Brooklyn Museum's "opencollection" subwebsiteConverging Cultures: Art & Identity in Spanish America <Brooklyn Museum Exhibition ID> 1048-
presented inP5072Itemevent at which a talk, film, paper, or poster was presentedTim Berners-Lee: The year open data went worldwide <presented in> TED2010-
artist-info exhibition IDP5507External identifierіdentifier in the artist-info database for exhibition recordsArmory Show <artist-info exhibition ID> 363342-
number of polling stationsP6753Quantitynumber of polling stations, and correspondively of electoral precincts, in certain electoral district or during certain electionsForeign electoral district <number of polling stations> 101-
abART exhibition IDP6846External identifieridentifier of exhibition in czech database abARTPříběh Pražského hradu <abART exhibition ID> 9088-
Museum of Modern Art online exhibition IDP7778External identifieronline exhibition identifier for a Museum of Modern Art or MoMA PS1 exhibitionInformation <Museum of Modern Art online exhibition ID> 2686-
ACM conference IDP7979External identifieridentifier for conferences hosted by ACMConference on Human Factors in Computing Systems <ACM conference ID> chi-
ordered byP8004Itemsubject that ordered the act-
perpetratorP8031Itemconfirmed perpetrator of this crime or attackColumbine High School massacre <perpetrator> Eric Harrisvictim
victimP8032Itemconfirmed victim(s) of this crime, attack, accident or disasterassassination of Wasfi Tal <victim> Wasfi Talperpetrator