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This is a list of articles that we'd like to see on this Wikipedia. It's based on the list of articles every Wikipedia should have (on meta).

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Ananit yu lukim ol nem bilong ol pes yumi laik kamapim long dispela Wikipedia. I bihainim ol pes i mas stap long wanwan Wikipedia (long meta).

Yumi makim ol strongpela nem olsem yumi mas wokim pastaim long ol narapela. Yu inap senisim dispela pes, na putim sampela nem bilong pes bilong ol samting bilong Papua Niugini.

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BiographyEdit

ol manmeri bilong muvi, danis na soim ol nupela klosEdit

  1. Sarah Bernhardt (Bernhardt, Sarah)
  2. Charlie Chaplin (Chaplin, Charlie)
  3. Marlene Dietrich (Dietrich, Marlene)
  4. Marilyn Monroe (Monroe, Marilyn)

Artists and architectsEdit

  1. (Le Corbusier)
  2. (Dalí, Salvador)
  3. (Dürer, Albrecht)
  4. (Gogh, Vincent van)
  5. (Goya, Francisco)
  6. (Hokusai, Katsushika)
  7. (Kahlo, Frida)
  8. (Leonardo da Vinci)
  9. (Matisse, Henri)
  10. (Michelangelo)
  11. (Picasso, Pablo)
  12. (Raphael)
  13. (Rembrandt)
  14. (Rubens, Peter Paul)
  15. (Sinan, Mimar)
  16. (Velázquez, Diego)
  17. (Warhol, Andy)
  18. (Wright, Frank Lloyd)

Authors, playwrights and poetsEdit

  1. (Abu Nuwas)
  2. (Andersen, Hans Christian)
  3. (Bashō)
  4. (Borges, Jorge Luis)
  5. (Byron, George)
  6. (Cervantes, Miguel de)
  7. (Chaucer, Geoffrey)
  8. (Chekhov, Anton)
  9. (Dante Alighieri)
  10. (Dickens, Charles)
  11. (Dostoyevsky, Fyodor)
  12. (García Márquez, Gabriel)
  13. (Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von)
  14. (Hafez)
  15. (Homer)
  16. (Hugo, Victor)
  17. (Joyce, James)
  18. (Kafka, Franz)
  19. (Kālidāsa)
  20. (Li Bai)
  21. (Naguib Mahfouz)
  22. (Molière)
  23. (Ovid)
  24. (Proust, Marcel)
  25. (Pushkin, Alexander)
  26. (Shakespeare, William)
  27. (Sophocles)
  28. (Tagore, Rabindranath)
  29. (Tolstoy, Leo)
  30. (Twain, Mark)
  31. (Virgil)

Composers and musiciansEdit

  1. (Armstrong, Louis)
  2. (Bach, Johann Sebastian)
  3. (Beatles, The)
  4. (Beethoven, Ludwig van)
  5. (Berlioz, Hector)
  6. (Brahms, Johannes)
  7. (Chopin, Frédéric)
  8. (Dvořák, Antonín)
  9. (Handel, Georg Frideric)
  10. (Mahler, Gustav)
  11. (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)
  12. (Piaf, Édith)
  13. (Presley, Elvis)
  14. (Puccini, Giacomo)
  15. (Schubert, Franz)
  16. (Stravinsky, Igor)
  17. (Tchaikovsky, Petr)
  18. (Verdi, Giuseppe)
  19. (Vivaldi, Antonio)
  20. (Vysotsky, Vladimir)
  21. (Wagner, Richard)

Explorers and travelersEdit

  1. (Amundsen, Roald)
  2. (Armstrong, Neil)
  3. (Cartier, Jacques)
  4. (Columbus, Christopher)
  5. (Cook, James)
  6. (Cortés, Hernán)
  7. (Gagarin, Yuri)
  8. (da Gama, Vasco)
  9. (Ibn Battuta)
  10. (Magellan, Ferdinand)
  11. (Polo, Marco)
  12. (Zheng He)

Film directors and screenwritersEdit

  1. (Bergman, Ingmar)
  2. (Disney, Walt)
  3. (Eisenstein, Sergei)
  4. (Fellini, Federico)
  5. (Hitchcock, Alfred)
  6. (Kubrick, Stanley)
  7. (Kurosawa, Akira)
  8. (Ray, Satyajit)
  9. (Spielberg, Steven)

Inventors, scientists and mathematiciansEdit

  1. (Archimedes)
  2. (Avicenna)
  3. (Berners-Lee, Tim)
  4. (Copernicus, Nicolaus)
  5. (Curie, Marie)
  6. (Darwin, Charles)
  7. (Edison, Thomas)
  8. (Einstein, Albert)
  9. (Euclid)
  10. (Euler, Leonhard)
  11. (Faraday, Michael)
  12. (Fermi, Enrico)
  13. (Fibonacci)
  14. (Ford, Henry)
  15. (Fourier, Joseph)
  16. (Galen)
  17. (Galileo Galilei)
  18. (Gauss, Carl Friedrich)
  19. (Gutenberg, Johannes)
  20. (Joule, James Prescott)
  21. (Kepler, Johannes)
  22. (al-Khwarizmi, Muhammad ibn Musa)
  23. (Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm)
  24. (Linnaeus, Carl)
  25. (Maxwell, James Clerk)
  26. (Mendeleev, Dmitri)
  27. (Newton, Sir Isaac)
  28. (Pasteur, Louis)
  29. (Planck, Max)
  30. (Rutherford, Ernest)
  31. (Schrödinger, Erwin)
  32. (Tesla, Nikola)
  33. (Turing, Alan)
  34. (Watt, James)

Philosophers and social scientistsEdit

  1. Aristotle (Aristotle)
  2. Simone de Beauvoir (Beauvoir, Simone de)
  3. Chanakya (Chanakya)
  4. Noam Chomsky (Chomsky, Noam)
  5. Kongzi (Confucius)
  6. René Descartes (Descartes, René)
  7. Sigmund Freud (Freud, Sigmund)
  8. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich)
  9. Ibn Khaldun (Ibn Khaldun)
  10. Immanuel Kant (Kant, Immanuel)
  11. John Maynard Keynes (Keynes, John Maynard)
  12. Laozi (Laozi)
  13. John Locke (Locke, John)
  14. Niccolò Machiavelli (Machiavelli, Niccolò)
  15. Karl Marx (Marx, Karl)
  16. Friedrich Nietzsche (Nietzsche, Friedrich)
  17. Platon (Plato)
  18. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Rousseau, Jean-Jacques)
  19. Jean-Paul Sartre (Sartre, Jean-Paul)
  20. Sima Qian (Sima Qian)
  21. Adam Smith (Smith, Adam)
  22. Socrates (Socrates)
  23. Voltaire (Voltaire)
  24. Max Weber (Weber, Max)
  25. Ludwig Wittgenstein (Wittgenstein, Ludwig)
  26. Zhu Xi (Zhu Xi)

Political leadersEdit

  1. (Akbar)
  2. (Alexander the Great)
  3. (Ashoka)
  4. (Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal)
  5. (Augustus)
  6. (von Bismarck, Otto)
  7. (Bolívar, Simón)
  8. (Bonaparte, Napoleon)
  9. (Caesar, Julius)
  10. (Charlemagne)
  11. (Churchill, Winston)
  12. (Constantine the Great)
  13. (Cyrus the Great)
  14. (de Gaulle, Charles)
  15. (Elizabeth I of England)
  16. (Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand)
  17. (Genghis Khan)
  18. (Guevara, Che)
  19. (Hitler, Adolf)
  20. (Joan of Arc)
  21. (King, Martin Luther, Jr.)
  22. (Lenin, Vladimir)
  23. (Lincoln, Abraham)
  24. (Louis XIV)
  25. (Luxemburg, Rosa)
  26. (Mandela, Nelson)
  27. (Mao Zedong)
  28. (Nehru, Jawaharlal)
  29. (Nkrumah, Kwame)
  30. (Peter the Great)
  31. (Qin Shi Huang)
  32. (Roosevelt, Franklin D.)
  33. (Saladin)
  34. (Stalin, Joseph)
  35. (Suleiman the Magnificent)
  36. (Sun Yat-sen)
  37. (Tamerlane)
  38. (Umar)
  39. (Washington, George)

Religious figures and theologiansEdit

  1. (Abraham)
  2. (Aquinas, Thomas)
  3. (Augustine of Hippo)
  4. (Buddha)
  5. (Al-Ghazali)
  6. (Jesus)
  7. (Luther, Martin)
  8. (Moses)
  9. (Muhammad)
  10. (Paul the Apostle)

Philosophy and psychologyEdit

ReligionEdit

World view and religionEdit

  1. (God)
  2. (Mythology)
  3. Worldview philosophies
    1. (Atheism)
    2. (Fundamentalism)
    3. (Materialism)
    4. (Monotheism)
    5. (Polytheism)
  4. (Soul)
  5. (Religion)
  6. Specific religions
    1. (Buddhism)
    2. (Christianity)
      1. (Catholic Church)
    3. (Confucianism)
    4. (Hinduism)
      1. (Trimurti)
    5. (Islam)
      1. (Shia Islam)
    6. (Jainism)
    7. (Judaism)
    8. (Sikhism)
    9. (Taoism)
    10. (Zoroastrianism)
  7. Spiritual practices
    1. (Sufism)
    2. (Yoga)
    3. (Zen)

Social sciencesEdit

Language and literatureEdit

ScienceEdit

  1. (Science)
  2. (Nature)

AstronomyEdit

  1. (Astronomy)
  2. (Asteroid)
  3. (Big Bang)
  4. (Black hole)
  5. (Comet)
  6. (Galaxy)
    1. (Milky Way)
  7. (Moon)
  8. (Planet)
    1. (Earth)
    2. (Jupiter)
    3. (Mars)
    4. (Mercury)
    5. (Neptune)
    6. (Saturn)
    7. (Uranus)
    8. (Venus)
  9. (Solar System)
  10. (Spaceflight)
  11. (Star)
    1. (Sun)
  12. (Universe)

BiologyEdit

  1. (Biology)
  2. Biological materials
    1. (DNA)
    2. (Enzyme)
    3. (Protein)
  3. (Botany)
  4. (Death)
    1. (Suicide)
  5. (Ecology)
    1. (Endangered species)
  6. (Domestication)
  7. (Life)
  8. (Biological classification)
    1. (Species)

Biological processesEdit

  1. (Metabolism)
    1. (Digestion)
    2. (Photosynthesis)
    3. (Breathing)
  2. (Evolution)
  3. (Reproduction)
    1. (Pregnancy)
    2. (Sex)

AnatomyEdit

  1. (Anatomy)
  2. (Breast)
  3. (Cell)
  4. (Circulatory system)
    1. (Blood)
    2. (Heart)
  5. (Endocrine system)
  6. (Human gastrointestinal tract)
    1. (Large intestine)
    2. (Small intestine)
    3. (Liver)
  7. (Muscle)
  8. (Nervous system)
    1. (Brain)
    2. (Sensory system)
      1. (Ear)
      2. (Nose)
      3. (Eye)
  9. (Reproductive system)
  10. (Respiratory system)
    1. (Lung)
  11. (Skeleton)
  12. (Skin)

Health and medicineEdit

  1. (Medicine)
  2. (Addiction)
  3. (Alzheimer's disease)
  4. (Cancer)
  5. (Cholera)
  6. (Common cold)
  7. (Dentistry)
  8. (Disability)
    1. (Blindness)
    2. (Deafness)
    3. (Mental disorder)
  9. (Disease)
  10. (Pharmaceutical drug)
  11. (Ethanol)
  12. (Nicotine)
    1. (Tobacco)
  13. (Health)
  14. (Headache)
  15. (Immune system)
  16. (Heart attack)
  17. (Malaria)
  18. (Malnutrition)
  19. (Menstruation)
  20. (Obesity)
  21. (Pandemic)
  22. (Antibacterial)
    1. (Penicillin)
  23. (Pneumonia)
  24. (Poliomyelitis)
  25. (Sexually transmitted disease)
    1. (AIDS)
  26. (Stroke)
  27. (Tuberculosis)
  28. (Diabetes mellitus)
  29. (Virus)
    1. (Influenza)
    2. (Smallpox)

OrganismsEdit

  1. (Organism)
  2. (Animal)
    1. (Arthropod)
      1. (Insect)
        1. (Ant)
        2. (Bee)
        3. (Mosquito)
      2. (Spider)
    2. (Chordate)
      1. (Amphibian)
        1. (Frog)
      2. (Bird)
        1. (Chicken)
        2. (Pigeons and doves)
      3. (Fish)
        1. (Shark)
      4. (Mammal)
        1. (Camel)
        2. (Cat)
        3. (Cattle)
        4. (Dog)
        5. (Elephant)
        6. (Horse)
        7. (Sheep)
        8. (Rodent)
        9. (Domestic pig)
        10. (Primate)
          1. (Human)
        11. (Whales, dolphins and porpoises)
      5. (Reptile)
        1. (Dinosaur)
        2. (Snake)
  3. (Archaea)
  4. (Bacteria)
  5. (Fungus)
  6. (Plant)
    1. (Flower)
    2. (Tree)
  7. (Protist)

ChemistryEdit

  1. (Chemistry)
  2. (Inorganic chemistry)
  3. (Biochemistry)
  4. (Chemical compound)
    1. (Acid)
    2. (Base (chemistry))
    3. (Salt)
  5. (Chemical element)
    1. (Periodic table)
    2. (Aluminium)
    3. (Carbon)
    4. (Copper)
    5. (Gold)
    6. (Hydrogen)
    7. (Iron)
    8. (Nitrogen)
    9. (Oxygen)
    10. (Silver)
    11. (Tin)
  6. (Organic chemistry)
    1. (Alcohol)
    2. (Carbohydrate)
    3. (Hormone)
    4. (Lipid)
  7. (Molecule)
  8. (Analytical chemistry)
  9. (Physical chemistry)

Earth scienceEdit

  1. (Avalanche)
  2. (Climate)
    1. (El Niño–Southern Oscillation)
    2. (Global warming)
  3. (Earthquake)
  4. (Geology)
    1. (Mineral)
      1. (Diamond)
    2. (Plate tectonics)
    3. (Rock)
  5. (Natural disaster)
    1. (Flood)
    2. (Tsunami)
  6. (Volcano)
  7. (Weather)
    1. (Cloud)
    2. (Rain)
    3. (Snow)
    4. (Tornado)
    5. (Tropical cyclone)
    6. (Wind)

PhysicsEdit

  1. (Physics)
  2. (Acceleration)
  3. (Atom)
  4. (Energy)
    1. (Conservation of energy)
  5. (Electromagnetic radiation)
    1. (Infrared)
    2. (Ultraviolet)
    3. (Light)
      1. (Color)
  6. (Classical mechanics)
  7. (Force)
    1. (Electromagnetism)
      1. (Magnetic field)
    2. (Gravitation)
    3. (Strong interaction)
    4. (Weak interaction)
  8. (Magnet)
  9. (Mass)
  10. (Metal)
    1. (Steel)
  11. (Nuclear fission)
  12. (State of matter)
    1. (Gas)
    2. (Liquid)
    3. (Plasma)
    4. (Solid)
  13. (Quantum mechanics)
  14. (Radioactive decay)
  15. (General relativity)
  16. (Special relativity)
  17. (Semiconductor)
  18. (Sound)
  19. (Velocity)
    1. (Speed of light)
  20. (Temperature)
  21. (Time)
  22. (Thermodynamics)
  23. (Vacuum)

Measurement and unitsEdit

  1. (Measurement)
  2. (Kilogram)
  3. (Litre)
  4. (Metre)
  5. (International System of Units)
  6. (Second)

TimekeepingEdit

  1. (Calendar)
    1. (Gregorian calendar)
  2. (Clock)
  3. (Day)
  4. (Time zone)
  5. (Year)

FoodstuffsEdit

  1. (Food)
  2. (Bread)
  3. (Cereal)
    1. (Barley)
    2. (Maize)
    3. (Oat)
    4. (Rice)
    5. (Rye)
    6. (Sorghum)
    7. (Wheat)
  4. (Cheese)
  5. (Chocolate)
  6. (Honey)
  7. (Fruit)
    1. (Apple)
    2. (Banana)
    3. (Grape)
    4. (Soybean)
    5. (Lemon)
    6. (Nut (fruit))
  8. (Meat)
  9. (Sugar)
  10. (Vegetable)
    1. (Potato)

BeveragesEdit

  1. (Beer)
  2. (Coffee)
  3. (Juice)
  4. (Milk)
  5. (Tea)
  6. (Water)
  7. (Wine)

MathematicsEdit

  1. (Mathematics)
  2. (Algebra)
    1. (Linear algebra)
    2. (Logarithm)
  3. (Arithmetic)
  4. (Coordinate system)
  5. (Mathematical analysis)
    1. (Differential equation)
    2. (Numerical analysis)
  6. (Equation)
  7. (Function (mathematics))
  8. (Geometry)
    1. (Angle)
    2. (Area)
    3. (Pi)
    4. (Pythagorean theorem)
  9. (Mathematical proof)
  10. (Number)
    1. (Complex number)
    2. (Number theory)
  11. (Infinity)
  12. (Set theory)
  13. (Statistics)
  14. (Symmetry)
  15. (Trigonometry)

TechnologyEdit

Arts and recreationEdit

History and geographyEdit

HistoryEdit

This section is for events and periods in human history and prehistory. At least five sentences on:

  1. (History)

Prehistory and ancient worldEdit

  1. (Prehistory)
  2. (Stone Age)
  3. (Bronze Age)
  4. (Iron Age)
  5. (Mesopotamia)
  6. (Ancient Egypt)
  7. (Ancient Greece)
  8. (Roman Empire)
  9. (Han Dynasty)
  10. (Gupta Empire)

Middle Ages and Early ModernEdit

  1. (Abbasid Caliphate)
  2. (Age of Enlightenment)
  3. (Aztec)
  4. (Byzantine Empire)
  5. (Crusades)
  6. (Holy Roman Empire)
  7. (Hundred Years' War)
  8. (Middle Ages)
  9. (Mongol Empire)
  10. (Ming Dynasty)
  11. (Ottoman Empire)
  12. (Protestant Reformation)
  13. (Thirty Years' War)
  14. (Renaissance)
  15. (Tang Dynasty)
  16. (Vikings)

ModernEdit

  1. (Arab-Israeli conflict)
  2. (American Civil War)
  3. (Apartheid)
  4. (British Empire)
  5. (Cold War)
  6. (Cultural Revolution)
  7. (French Revolution)
  8. (Great Depression)
  9. (The Holocaust)
  10. (Industrial Revolution)
  11. (Nazi Germany)
  12. (Meiji Restoration)
  13. (Russian Revolution)
  14. (Qing Dynasty)
  15. (Treaty of Versailles)
  16. (Vietnam War)
  17. (World War I)
  18. (World War II)

GeographyEdit

This section is for geographical concepts and for specific places.

  1. (Geography)
  2. (City)
  3. Kontinen (Continent)
  4. (Mountain)
  5. (Desert)
  6. (North Pole)
  7. (Ocean)
  8. (Rainforest)
  9. (River)
  10. (Sea)
  11. (South Pole)

Continents and major regionsEdit

  1. Afrika (Africa)
  2. Antarktika (Antarctica)
  3. Esia (Asia)
  4. Yurop (Europe)
  5. Middle East (Middle East)
  6. Not Amerika (North America)
  7. Osenia (Oceania)
  8. Saut Amerika (South America)

Ol kantriEdit

Eventually, there should be articles on most or all of the 243 countries listed at List of countries. However, for the smaller Wikipedias, some of the more high-priority countries to have articles on are:

  1. Afghanistan (Afghanistan)
  2. Algeria (Algeria)
  3. Argentina (Argentina)
  4. Ostrelia (Australia)
  5. Ostria (Austria)
  6. Bangladesh (Bangladesh)
  7. Brasil (Brazil)
  8. Kanada (Canada)
  9. [Saina]] (China)
  10. (Democratic Republic of the Congo)
  11. (Cuba)
  12. (Egypt)
  13. (Ethiopia)
  14. (France)
  15. (Germany)
  16. (India)
  17. (Indonesia)
  18. (Iran)
  19. (Iraq)
  20. (Israel)
  21. (Italy)
  22. (Japan)
  23. (Mexico)
  24. (Netherlands)
  25. (New Zealand)
  26. (Nigeria)
  27. (Pakistan)
  28. (Poland)
  29. (Portugal)
  30. (Russia)
  31. (Saudi Arabia)
  32. (Singapore)
  33. (South Africa)
  34. (South Korea)
  35. (Spain)
  36. (Sudan)
  37. (Switzerland)
  38. (Tanzania)
  39. (Thailand)
  40. (Turkey)
  41. (Ukraine)
  42. (United Kingdom)
  43. (United States)
  44. (Vatican City)
  45. (Venezuela)
  46. (Vietnam)

CitiesEdit

  1. (Amsterdam)
  2. (Athens)
  3. (Baghdad)
  4. (Bangkok)
  5. (Beijing)
  6. (Berlin)
  7. (Bogotá)
  8. (Brussels)
  9. (Buenos Aires)
  10. (Cairo)
  11. (Cape Town)
  12. (Damascus)
  13. (Delhi)
  14. (Dhaka)
  15. (Dubai)
  16. (Hong Kong)
  17. (Istanbul)
  18. (Jakarta)
  19. (Jerusalem)
  20. (Karachi)
  21. (Kinshasa)
  22. (Kolkata)
  23. (Lagos)
  24. (London)
  25. (Los Angeles)
  26. (Madrid)
  27. (Mecca)
  28. (Mexico City)
  29. (Moscow)
  30. (Mumbai)
  31. (Nairobi)
  32. (New York City)
  33. (Paris)
  34. (Rio de Janeiro)
  35. (Rome)
  36. (Saint Petersburg)
  37. (São Paulo)
  38. (Seoul)
  39. (Shanghai)
  40. (Sydney)
  41. (Tehran)
  42. (Tokyo)
  43. (Vienna)
  44. (Washington, D.C.)

Bodies of waterEdit

  1. (Amazon River)
  2. (Arctic Ocean)
  3. (Atlantic Ocean)
  4. (Baltic Sea)
  5. (Black Sea)
  6. (Caribbean Sea)
  7. (Caspian Sea)
  8. (Congo River)
  9. (Danube)
  10. (Ganges)
  11. (Great Barrier Reef)
  12. (Great Lakes)
  13. (Indian Ocean)
  14. (Indus River)
  15. (Lake Baikal)
  16. (Lake Tanganyika)
  17. (Lake Victoria)
  18. (Mediterranean Sea)
  19. (Mississippi River)
  20. (Niger River)
  21. (Nile)
  22. (North Sea)
  23. Solwara Pasifik (Pacific Ocean)
  24. (Panama Canal)
  25. (Rhine)
  26. (Suez Canal)
  27. (Southern Ocean)
  28. (Volga River)
  29. (Yangtze River)
  30. (Yellow River)

Mountains and desertsEdit

  1. Alps (Alps)
  2. Andes (Andes)
  3. Himalayas (Himalayas)
    1. Mount Everest (Mount Everest)
  4. Mount Kilimanjaro (Mount Kilimanjaro)
  5. Rocky Mountains (Rocky Mountains)
  6. Sahara (Sahara)

SourceEdit