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Current life[edit | edit source]

School  •  Holidays  •  Cloth

Alimentation[edit | edit source]

Food  •  Breakfast  •  Lunch  •  Dinner  •  Bread  •  Apple  •  Milk

Technology[edit | edit source]

Car  •  Truck  •  Television  •  CD  •  DVD  •  Smart card, or Chip card  •  Telephone  •  Mobile

Computers and Information technology[edit | edit source]

Internet  •  Vikidia  •  Software  •  Computer program

Maths[edit | edit source]

Arithmetic[edit | edit source]

Addition  •  Subtraction  •  Multiplication  •  Division  •  Multiplication table  •  Exponentiation

Geometry[edit | edit source]

Square  •  Triangle  •  Circle  •  Parallel  •  Parellelogram  •  Rectangle  •  Rhombus  •  Cube  •  Polygon  •  Quadrilateral  •  Kite  •  Trapezoidor Trapezium  •  Pentagon  •  Hexagon  •  Theorem  •  Pythagoream theorem  •  Thales' theorem  •  Axiom or Postulate  •  Converse and Contraposition  •  Cube  •  Cylinder  •  Sphere

Mathematicians[edit | edit source]

Euclid  •  Pythagoras

Natural science[edit | edit source]

Biology[edit | edit source]

Animals & zoology[edit | edit source]

SpongeSpongia officinalisCnidariaJellyfishMoon jellyfishMauve stingerSea anemoneBeadlet anemoneCoralStaghorn coralBrain coralPrecious coralPortuguese man o' warGreen hydraSea penComb jellyWormFlatwormFluke (worm)TapewormNematode or RoundwormGiant roundwormArthropodArachnidSpiderTarentulaWasp spiderBlack widowScorpionMiteTickHarvestmanHorseshoe crabCrustaceaCrabBrown crabShore crabShrimpHermit crabKing crabPrawnLobsterSpiny lobsterKrillWoodlouseBrine shrimpWater fleaMillipedeSnake millipedePill millipedeCentipedeInsectCockroachTermitePraying mantisDragonflyGrasshopperCricketButterflyMothLuna mothMonarch butterflyBeetleFireflyGlowwormLadybirdScarab or Scarab beetleStag beetleFlyMosquitoBeeBumblebeeWaspHornetAntLouseFleaBugCicadaAphidAnnelidEarthwormLeechRagwormLugworm or SandwormMolluscSnailSlugCommon periwinkle or winkleCommon welkOctopusCommon octopusGiant octopusNautilusSquidGiant squidCuttlefishOysterPearl oysterMusselScallopClamUrchineStarfishVertebrateHagfishLampreyCartilaginous fishChimaeraRay (fish) and SkateManta rayElectric raySawfishSharkGreat white sharkHammerhead sharkWhale sharkRay-finned fishSturgeonSalmon and TroutAtlantic salmonBrown troutSockeye salmonChum salmonRainbow trout, or SteelheadBrook troutLake troutCodAtlantic codTunaRed tunaMackerelPilchardCarpGoldfishCoelacanthLungfishAmphibianFrogEdible FrogCommon frogAmerican bullfrogNorthern leopard frogToadCommon toadCane toadTree frogRed-eyed tree frogPoison dart frogTadpoleSalamanderFire salamanderSmooth or Northern crested newtTortoiseHermann's tortoiseGalápagos tortoiseTerrapinEuropean pond turtlePond sliderTurtleSea turtleLoggerhead sea turtleGreen sea turtleHawksbill sea turtleLeatherback turtleScaled reptileSnakeBoaCobraViper, Asp or AdderLizardCommon wall lizardIguanaChameleonGeckoMonitor lizardCrocodileAlligatorCaimanBirdOstrichChickenDuckGoosePigeon or DovePenguinAlbatrosCraneHeronPelicanAukGullTerneFalconCrow or RavenMagpieTitSkylarkSwallowStarlingBlackbirdThrushMockingbirdSparrowFinchCanaryParrotParakeetMacawCaockatooEagleHawkGolden agleBald eagleVultureCondorOwlBarn OwlNighjarHornbillWoodpeckerToucanKingfisherHummingbirdMammalPlatypusMarsupialKangarooKoalaArmadilloSlothAnteaterAardvarkElephantManatee ou DugongRodentRatMouseSquirrelMarmotWoodchuck  •  BeaverGuinea PigRabbitPrimateLemurMonkeyApeOrangutanGorillChimpanzeeHumanHorseDonkeyZebraRhinoBatWolfDogFoxBearBrown bear or GrizzlyBlack bearWhite bearGiant pandaRacoonSealSea lionWalrusWeaselBadgerOtterPantherLionTigerLeopardJaguarCatLynxCheetahCamelDromedaryLlamaBoarPigWarthogGirafeOkapiDeerRed deer o White-tailed deerMooseReindeerCattleGoatSheepAurochsBisonGazelleAntelopeHippoWhaleBaleen whaleSperm whaleDolphin

Fin  •  Flipper  •  Wing  •  Gill  •  Larva  •  Metamorphosis  •  Egg  •  Scale  •  Feather  •  Hair

Plants & botanic[edit | edit source]

Articles related to plants, and to organisms that were formerly studied within the plants

AlgaSeaweedGreen algaSea lettuceDead man's fingerMossFernHorsetailCycasGingkoConiferPineSpruceLarchFirCedarAraucariaRedwoodGiant redwood or Giant sequoiaBald cypressThujaCypressJuniperYewFlowering plantFanwortWater-lilyMagnoliaTulip treeNutmegCinnamomBay laurelAvocadoBirthwortBlack pepperDuckweedTaroArum lily or Wild arumTitan arumNeptune grassSeagrassOrchidBee orchidVanilla orchid and VanillaBlue flag (Iris)Yellow flag (Iris)SaffronAloeAsphodelLeekWild leekGarlicOnionChivesHyacinthCentury plant or MagueyJoshua treeAdam's needle or Common yuccaAsparagusbutcher's broomAutumn crocus, Meadow saffron or Naked ladyLilyTulipDaffodil Rough bindweed or SarasaparillePalm treeCoconut palm treeOil palm treePineappleSedgePapyrus sedgeRushBambooBrome or Brome grassBarleyWheatBeachgrassOatHare's tail grass or BunnytailCock's foot or Cocksfoot grassFescueMeadow-grassBluegrassMeadow foxtailFeather grass, Needle grass or Spear grassRiceSorghoGiant caneBananaPlantainGingerHornwortButtercupBarberryLotusPlane treeMacadamiaProteaCommon box, or BoxwoodStonecropHouseleekGrape vineCocaSpurgeFlaxPassion flower and Passion fruitRafflesiaMangroveWillowPoplarViolet and PansyAcaciaPeanutChickpeaBroomSoybeanSweetpeaLupineBurcloverBeanPeaCloverHopHempBreadfruitMullberryFig tree and/or FigBurnetStrawberryRoseBramble and BrambleberryRaspberryHawthorn or ThornappleAppleCrabapplePlum and Plum treeCherry and Cherry treePeach and Peach treeAlmond and Almond treeFirethornBlackthornElmNettleBirchHazelAlderHornbeamBeechOakChesnutWalnutBegoniaSquashZucchiniPumkinGourdCucumberMelonWatermelonCranesbillStorkbillHeron's billMyrtleEucalyptusCashew treeSumacMangoPistachioPoison sumac, Poison oak and Poison ivyRueKey limeCitronPomeloMandarin orangeBitter orangePersian limeLemonGrapefruitRangpurSweet orangeTangerineKumquatMapleHorse chesnutLycheeThale cressRapeseedRutabagaCabbageBrocoliCauliflowerBrussel sproutRoquetteRadishMustardWasabiRock roseHollyhockMallowMarshmallowCottonHibiscus or Rose mallowLime treeMistletoeAmaranthCactusSaguaroPrickly pearCarnation and PinkVenus flytrapSundewPitcher plantCarnivorous plantKiwifruitEbonyHeathBlueberryCranberryPrimroseTeaCameliaBorageNightshadeTomatoPotatoEggplantBell pepperChili pepperTobaccoPetuniaMorning glorySweet potatoCoffeeGardeniaOleanderPeriwinckleGentianMintDeadnettleBasilLavenderLemon balmOreganoRosemarySageThymeLilacOliveJasmineAshVervainDillCeleryHemlockCorianderCuminCarrotFennelParsnipGinsengIvyElderberryHoneysuckleTeaselLettuceChicoryArtichokeSunflowerCentauryBluetThistleDaisySalsifySorrelBuckweatRhubarbSpinachBeet

Red alga  •  Porphyra  •  Nori  •  wakame

Brown alga  •  Kelp  •  Gulfweed  •  Bladder wrack  •  Toothed wrack  •  Channelled wrack

Fungus  •  Mushroom or Toadstool  •  Common mushroom  •  Penny bun, Porcino or Cep  •  Death cap  •  Yeast  •  Baker's yeast  •  Mold  •  Bread mold  •  Dog vomit slime mold  •  Lichen

Leaf  •  Root  •  Stem  •  Flower  •  Petal  •  Sepal  •  Stamen  •  Pistil  •  Cone

Microbiology, Cell biology and Genetics[edit | edit source]

Microscope  •  Microorganism  •  Cell  •  Protist  •  Prokaryote  •  Eucaryote  •  Bacteria  •  Archaea  •  Escherichia coli  •  Staphylococcus epidermis  •  Nucleus  •  Organelle  •  Cell wall  •  Cell membrane  •  DNA  •  RNA  •  Gene  •  Protein

Physiology and medecine[edit | edit source]

Mouth  •  Tongue  •  Esophagus, or Gullet  •  Stomach  •  Liver  •  Spleen  •  Small intestine  •  Large intestine  •  Pancreas  •  Kidney  •  Urinar bladder  •  Lung  •  Trachea, or Windpipe  •  Bronchus  •  Bronchiole  •  Pulmonary alveolus  •  Skeleton  •  Bone  •  Vertebrate column, or Spine  •  Spinal cord  •  Bone marrow  •  Brain  •  Blood cell  •  Red blood cell  •  White blood cell  •  Heart  •  Respiration  •  Digestion  •  Digestive fluid  •  Enzyme  •  Saliva  •  Gastric acid  •  Bile  •  Blood  •  Lymph  •  Circulatory system  •  Respiratory system  •  Digestive system  •  Digestive tract  •  Infection  •  Bacteria  •  Virus  •  Disease  •  Cold  •  Diarrhea  •  Influenza, or "Flu"  •  Vaccine  •  Drug  •  Aspirin  •  Antibody  •  Phagocytosis  •  Fever  •  Rash  •  Cancer  •  Genetic disease

Earth science[edit | edit source]

Fossils and Evolution[edit | edit source]

Trilobite  •  Anomalocaris  •  Ammonite  •  Pterygotus  •  Eurypterid or Sea scorpion  •  Cephalaspis  •  Dunkleosteus  •  Orthoceras  •  Dinosaur  •  Tyrannosaur  •  Tyrannosaurus rex, or T. rex  •  Velociraptor  •  Triceratops  •  Brachiosaur  •  Diplodocus  •  Pterosaur  •  Pteranodon  •  Ichthyosaur  •  Plesiosaur  •  Elasmosaur  •  Pliosaur  •  Liopleurodon  •  Kronosaur  •  Basilosaur  •  Megalodon  •  Arthopleura  •  Mammoth  •  Sabertooth tiger  •  Andrewsarchus  •  Ichthyostega  •  Eustenopteron  •  Belemnite  •  Voltzia  •  Calamites  •  Rudist  •  Mass extinction or Extinction event  •  Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event  •  Permian-Triassic extinction event

Rocks, minerals and landscapes[edit | edit source]

GraniteBasaltGabbroLimestoneSandstoneClayBadlandsKarst  •  Sinkhole  •  rock  •  mineral  •  diamond  •  Sapphire  •  Ruby  •  Emerald  •  Quartz  •  Feldspath  •  Igneous rock  •  Sedimentary rock  •  Metamorphic rock  •  Gemstone  •  Arches National Park  •  Cave  •  Stalactite  •  Stalagmite  •  Cliff  •  Canyon  •  Erosion  •  Cenote  •  Hoodoo  •  Mudslide  •  Pit cave  •  Loch  •  Fjord  •  Glacier  •  Moraine

Geodynamics[edit | edit source]

Volcano  •  Magma  •  Lava  •  Lava tube  •  Eruption  •  Earthquake  •  Etna  •  Vesuvio  •  Erta Ale  •  Popocatepetl  •  Krakatau  •  Pinatubo  •  Mona Loa  •  Tsunami  •  Fault  •  Geyser  •  Earth mantle  •  Crust  •  Core  •  Mohorovičić discontinuity, or Moho  •  Gutenberg discontinuity  •  Lava lake  • 

Planetology, weather and climate[edit | edit source]

Sky  •  Atmosphere  •  Air  •  Dioxygen  •  Carbon dioxyde  •  Greenhouse effect  •  Climate  •  Weather  •  Rain  •  Hail  •  Rainbow  •  Cloud  •  Storm  •  Tornado  •  Thunderstorm  •  Lightning  •  Transient luminous event  •  Cyclone  •  Typhoon  •  Wind  •  Trade wind  •  Coriolis effect  •  El niño  •  Sirocco  •  Simoom  •  Wind wave  •  Swell  •  Rogue wave  •  Monsoon  •  Ozone layer  •  Waterspout  •  Gulf Stream  •  Water cycle  •  Carbon cycle  •  Heat wave

Astronomy[edit | edit source]

Star  •  Sun  •  Planet  •  Dwarf planet  •  Asteroid  •  Comet  •  Meteorite  •  Bolide  •  Mercury (planet)  •  Venus (planet)  •  Earth  •  Mars (planet)  •  Jupiter (planet)  •  Saturn (planet)  •  Uranus  •  Neptune (planet)  •  Moon  •  Ceres (dwarf planet)  •  Pluto (dwarf planet)  •  Eris (dwarf planet)  •  Charon (astronomy)  •  Haley's Comet  •  Apophis (asteroid)  •  Universe  •  Galaxy  •  Black hole  •  Sirius (star)  •  Antarès  •  Proxima centauri  •  Exoplanet  •  Osiris (exoplanet)  •  Sun System  •  Asteroid belt  •  Kuiper belt  •  Magellanic Clouds  •  Polaris  •  Ursa minor  •  Ursa major  •  Altaïr  •  Deneb  •  Vega

Physics[edit | edit source]

Energy  •  Force  •  Mass  •  Weight  •  Buoyancy

Chemistry[edit | edit source]

Matter  •  Atom  •  Molecule  •  Proton  •  Electron  •  Water  •  Hydrogen  •  Oxygen  •  Carbon  •  Nitrogen  •  Carbon dioxyd  •  Methane  •  Salt  •  Polymer

Scientists and Doctors[edit | edit source]

Aristote  •  Buffon  •  Edward Drinker Cope  •  Francis Crick  •  Georges Cuvier  •  Charles Darwin  •  Albert Einstein  •  Edward Jenner  •  Jean-Baptiste Lamarck  •  Othniel Charles Marsh  •  Gregor Mendel  •  Dmitri Mendeleev  •  Thomas Morgan  •  Richard Owen  •  Ambroise Paré  •  Louis Pasteur  •  Pline the Elder  •  Thucydide  •  Alfred Wallace  •  James Watson  •  James Watt  •  Alessandro Volta  •  André-Marie Ampère  •  James Prescott Joule  •  Alexander Graham Bell  •  Isaac Newton  •  Benjamin Franklin  •  William Beaumont  •  Antonio Berlese  •  Tycho Brahe  •  Louis de Broglie  •  Jean-Henri Fabre  •  Luigi Galvani  •  William Harvey  •  Charles Lyell  •  Marcello Malpighi  •  James Clerk Maxwell  •  René-Antoine Ferchault de Réaumur  •  Lazzaro Spallanzani  •  Haroun Tazieff  •  Alfred Wegener  •  Pierre and Marie Curie, or Pierre Curie and Marie Curie  •  Frédéric and Irène Joliot-Curie, or Irène Joliot-Curie and Frédéric Joliot-Curie  •  Denis Papin  •  Nikola Tesla  •  Henri Becquerel  •  Robert Koch  •  Albert Calmette  •  Camille Guérin  •  Gallileo  •  Nicolaus Copernicus  •  Edwin Hubble  •  Giovanni Domenico Cassini  •  Christiaan Huygens  •  Edmond Halley  •  Stephen Jay Gould  •  Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire  •  Carl Linnaeus  •  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek

Social science[edit | edit source]

Geography[edit | edit source]

Physical geography[edit | edit source]

Forest  •  Mountain  •  Hill  •  River  •  Delta river  •  Lake  •  Pond  •  Marsh  •  Swamp  •  Mire  • 

List of countries[edit | edit source]

Afghanistan  •  Albania  •  Algeria  •  American Samoa  •  Andorra  •  Angola  •  Anguilla  •  Antarctica  •  Antigua and Barbuda  •  Argentina  •  Armenia  •  Aruba  •  Australia  •  Austria  •  Azerbaijan  •  Bahamas  •  Bahrain  •  Bangladesh  •  Barbados  •  Belarus  •  Belgium  •  Belize  •  Benin  •  Bermuda  •  Bhutan  •  Bolivia  •  Bosnia and Herzegovina  •  Botswana  •  Brazil  •  Brunei Darussalam  •  Bulgaria  •  Burkina Faso  •  Burundi  •  Cambodia  •  Cameroon  •  Canada  •  Cape Verde  •  Cayman Islands  •  Central African Republic  •  Chad  •  Chile  •  China  •  Christmas Island  •  Cocos Islands  •  Colombia  •  Comoros  •  Democratic Republic of the Congo  •  Republic of Congo  •  Cook Islands  •  Costa Rica  •  Ivory Coast  •  Croatia  •  Cuba  •  Cyprus  •  Czech Republic  •  Denmark  •  Djibouti  •  Dominica  •  Dominican Republic  •  East Timor  •  Ecuador  •  Egypt  •  El Salvador  •  Equatorial Guinea  •  Eritrea  •  Estonia  •  Ethiopia  •  Falkland Islands  •  Faroe Islands  •  Fiji  •  Finland  •  France  •  French Guiana  •  French Polynesia  •  French Southern Territories  •  Gabon  •  Gambia  •  Georgia  •  Germany  •  Ghana  •  Gibraltar  •  Great Britain  •  Greece  •  Greenland  •  Grenada  •  Guadeloupe  •  Guam  •  Guatemala  •  Guinea  •  Guinea-Bissau  •  Guyana  •  Haiti  •  Honduras  •  Hong Kong  •  Hungary  •  Iceland  •  India  •  Indonesia  •  Iran  •  Iraq  •  Ireland  •  Israel  •  Italy  •  Jamaica  •  Japan  •  Jordan  •  Kazakhstan  •  Kenya  •  Kiribati  •  Democratic People's Republic of Korea / North Korea  •  Republic of Korea / South Korea  •  Kosovo  •  Kuwait  •  Kyrgyzstan  •  Lao  •  Latvia  •  Lebanon  •  Lesotho  •  Liberia  •  Libya  •  Liechtenstein  •  Lithuania  •  Luxembourg  •  Macau  •  Macedonia  •  Madagascar  •  Malawi  •  Malaysia  •  Maldives  •  Mali  •  Malta  •  Marshall Islands  •  Martinique  •  Mauritania  •  Mauritius  •  Mayotte  •  Mexico  •  Micronesia  •  Moldova  •  Monaco  •  Mongolia  •  Montenegro  •  Montserrat  •  Morocco  •  Mozambique  •  Myanmar  •  Namibia  •  Nauru  •  Nepal  •  Netherlands  •  Netherlands Antilles  •  New Caledonia  •  New Zealand  •  Nicaragua  •  Niger  •  Nigeria  •  Niue  •  Northern Mariana Islands  •  Norway  •  Oman  •  Pakistan  •  Palau  •  Palestinian territories  •  Panama  •  Papua New Guinea  •  Paraguay  •  Peru  •  Philippines  •  Pitcairn Island  •  Poland  •  Portugal  •  Puerto Rico  •  Qatar  •  Reunion Island  •  Romania  •  Russian Federation  •  Rwanda  •  Saint Kitts and Nevis  •  Saint Lucia  •  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  •  Samoa  •  San Marino  •  Sao Tome and Principe  •  Saudi Arabia  •  Senegal  •  Serbia  •  Seychelles  •  Sierra Leone  •  Singapore  •  Slovakia  •  Slovenia  •  Solomon Islands  •  Somalia  •  South Africa  •  South Sudan  •  Spain  •  Sri Lanka  •  Sudan  •  Suriname  •  Swaziland  •  Sweden  •  Switzerland  •  Syria  •  Taiwan  •  Tajikistan  •  Tanzania  •  Thailand  •  Tibet  •  Togo  •  Tokelau  •  Tonga  •  Trinidad and Tobago  •  Tunisia  •  Turkey  •  Turkmenistan  •  Turks and Caicos Islands  •  Tuvalu  •  Uganda  •  Ukraine  •  United Arab Emirates  •  United Kingdom  •  United States  •  Uruguay  •  Uzbekistan  •  Vanuatu  •  Vatican  •  Venezuela  •  Vietnam  •  Wallis and Futuna Islands  •  Western Sahara  •  Yemen  •  Zambia  •  Zimbabwe

Europe[edit | edit source]

Thames  •  Rhine  •  Danube  •  Balkans  •  Scandinavia

Africa[edit | edit source]

Nile  •  Savannah  •  Karoo  •  Veldt  •  Congo River

Asia[edit | edit source]

North America[edit | edit source]

South America[edit | edit source]

Oceania[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

Prehistory[edit | edit source]

Prehistoric man  •  Cave painting  •  Neandertal  •  Red Lady of Paviland

Ancient History[edit | edit source]

Archaeology  •  Ancient Rome  •  Roman Empire  •  Roman Republic  •  Julius Caesar  •  Augustus  •  Ancient Egypt  •  Ancient Egypt religion  •  Pharaoh  •  Ramesses II, or Ramesses the Great  •  Tutankhamun  •  Cleopatra  •  Pyramid  •  Alexander the Great  •  Genghis Khan  •  Attila  •  Hannibal  •  Hamilcar Barca  •  Carthage  •  Dido (Queen of Carthage)  •  Troy  •  Trojan War  •  Trojan Horse  •  Aeneas and Anchise  •  Ancient Greece  •  Ancient Greece religion Ancient greece mythology  •  Achilles  •  Heracles  •  Oracle  •  Romulus and Remus  •  Gaul and Gauls  •  Vercingetorix  •  Albion and Britannia  •  Hadrian's Wall  •  Aztec  •  Maya  •  Native American  •  Anasazi  •  Three Sisters  •  Christianism

Middle Ages[edit | edit source]

Feudalism  •  Lord  •  Vassal  •  Fief  •  Knight and Knighthood  •  Squire  •  Armour  •  Castle  •  Moat  •  Keep  •  Serf and Serfom  •  Corvée  •  Taille  •  Seneschal  •  Earl and Count  •  Duke  •  Baron  •  Angles  •  Saxons  •  Normans  •  Franks  •  Goths, Visigoths and Ostrogoths  •  Church  •  Romanesque art  •  Gothic art  •  Cathedral  •  Constantinople  •  Hundred Year's War  •  Battle of Hastings  •  William the Conqueror  •  Richard I of England or Richard the Lionheart  •  Crusades  •  Lombards  •  Muslim conquests  •  Al-Andalus  •  Moors  •  the Catholic Monarchs : Isabella I of Castilla and Ferdinand II of Aragon  •  Eleanor of Aquitaine  •  Henry VIII of England  •  Vasco da Gama  •  Ferdinand Magellan  •  Bartolomeu Dias  •  Francis Drake  •  Christopher Colombus  •  Amerigo Vespucci  •  Holy Roman Empire  •  Vikings

Early modern period[edit | edit source]

Renaissance  •  Thirty Year's War  •  English Civil War  • Oliver Cromwell  •  French Revolution  •  American Revolutionnary War  •  Georges Washington  •  Benjamin Franklin  •  Thomas Jefferson  •  Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette  •  American Civil War  •  Abraham Lincoln  •  Ulysse S. Grant  •  Battleof Gettysburg  •  Battle of Appomatox Court House

Modern days[edit | edit source]

World War I  •  World War II  •  Adolf Hitler  •  Benito Mussolini  •  Winston Churchill  •  Charles de Gaulle  •  Vladimir Lenin  •  Joseph Stalin  •  Francisco Franco  •  Blitzkrieg  •  Second Armistice at Compiègne  •  Resistance  •  Concentration camp and Extermination camp  •  The Holocaust  •  Pacific War  •  Bombing of Darwin  •  Attack on Pearl Harbor  •   •  Battle of Midway  •  Atomics bombing on Hiroshima and Nagasaki  •  NATO  •  United Nations  •  Berlin Wall  •  Cold War  •  Fidel Castro  •  Che Guevara  •  Mikhail Gorbachev  •  Ronald Reagan  •  Vietnam War  •  J. F. Kennedy  •  Richard Dixon  •  Yuri Gagarin  •  Apollo 11  •  Neil Armstrong  •  Yugoslav Wars  •  Chinese Civil War  •  Chinese invasion of Tibet  •  Korea War  •  Arab-Israeli conflict  •  Yasser Arafat  •  Gulf War  •  Saddam Hussein  •  September 11 attacks  •  Iraq War  •  George W. Bush  •  Al-Quaeda  •  Osama bin Laden

Economics[edit | edit source]

Agriculture  •  Mining  •  Fishing  •  Money  •  Pound sterling  •  Dollar  •  Euro  •  Work  •  Trade

Society[edit | edit source]

Law  •  Voting  •  Literacy  •  Illiteracy or Analphabetism  •  Human rights  •  Universal Declaration of Human Rights  •  Children's rights  •  School  • 

Religion and beliefs[edit | edit source]

Christianity  •  Bible  •  Protestantism  •  Catholiscism  •  Judaism  •  Torah  •  Islam  •  Qu'ran  •  Atheism  •  Agnosticism  •  Buddhism  •  Taoism  •  Shinto  •  Secularism

Philosophy[edit | edit source]

Good  •  Evil  •  Love  •  Anger  •  Liberty  •  Happiness

Sport[edit | edit source]

Football  •  American football  •  Baseball  •  Basketball  •  Tennis  •  Volleyball  •  Handball  •  Cricket  •  Golf  •  Sprint  •  Marathon  •  Race  •  Cycling  •  Swimming  •  Fencing  •  Martial art  •  Boxing  •  Judo  •  Karate  •  Kung Fu  •  Taekwondo  •  Skiing  •  Hockey  •  Ice hockey  •  Figure skating  •  Polo  •  Water polo  •  Running  •  Jogging  •  Strength training  •  Athletics  •  Long jump  •  High jump  •  Pole vault  •  Javelin throw  •  Discus throw  •  Hammer throw  •  Olympic Games

Languages[edit | edit source]

Chinese  •  English  •  French  •  German  •  Greek  •  Italian  •  Portugese  •  Russian  •  Spanish

Latin  •  Old Greek  •  Old Norse

Literature[edit | edit source]

Poetry  •  Theatre  •  Novel  •  Fable  •  Tale  •  Fairy tale  •  Caligram  •  Manuscript

British literature and authors[edit | edit source]

William Shakespeare  •  Oscar Wilde  •  Lord Byron  •  Mary Shelley  •  Lewis Carroll  •  Alice's Adventures in Wonderland  •  Through the Looking-Glass  •  Charles Dickens  •  Oliver Twist  •  A Christmas Carol  •  Virginia Woolf  •  Anne Brontë, Emily Brontë and Charlotte Brontë  •  J. K. Rowling  •  Harry Potter  •  J. R. R. Tolkien  •  The Hobbit  •  The Lord of the Rings  •  Bram Stoker  •  Roald Dahl  •  James and the Giant Peach  •  Fantastic Mr Fox  •  Charlie and the Chocolate Factory  •  The Witches  •  J. M. Barrie  •  Peter Pan  •  Robert Louis Stevenson  •  Treasure Island  •  Strange Case of Dr Jeckyll and Mr Hyde  •  Beowulf

American literature and authors[edit | edit source]

Louisa May Alcott  •  Litte Women  •  Harriet Beecher Stowe  •  Uncle Tom's Cabin  •  Mark Twain  •  Tom Sawyer  •  Huckleberry Finn  •  John Steinbeck  •  The Grapes of Wrath  •  Of Mice and Men  •  Orson Welles  •  The War of the Worlds  •  Jack London  •  White Fang  •  The Call of the Wild  •  Ernest Hemingway  •  The Old Man and the Sea  •  Nathaniel Hawthorne  •  The Scarlet Letter  •  The Fall of the House of Usher  •  The Tell-Tale Heart  •  Rip Van Winkle  •  The Legend of Sleepy Hollow  • 

Other English literature and authors[edit | edit source]

Foreign languages literature and authors[edit | edit source]

Dante Alighieri  •  Miguel de Cervantes  •  Molière

Music[edit | edit source]

Peter and the Wolf  •  Opera  •  Concerto

Music instruments[edit | edit source]

String instrument or Chordophone  •  Piano  •  Guitar  •  Violin  •  Harp  •  Lyre  • Wind instrument  •  Organ  •  Woodwind instrument  •  Flute  •  Clarinet  •  Saxophon  •  Bagpipe  •  Brass instrument  •  Trumpet  •  Trombone  •  Tuba  •  Percussion instrument  •  Drum  •  Xylophone

Musicians, composer and singers[edit | edit source]

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  •  Antonio Vivaldi  •  Frédéric Chopin  •  Claude Debussy  •  Ludwig van Beethoven  •  Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky  •  Sergei Prokofiev  •  Farinelli  •  Johann Sebastian Bach  •  Richard Wagner  •  Michael Jackson

Visual arts[edit | edit source]

Paintings[edit | edit source]

Impressionism  •  Modern art

Famous painters and visual artists[edit | edit source]

Leonardo da Vinci  •  Sandro Botticelli  •  Filippo Lippi  •  Raphael  •  Michelangelo  •  Francisco Goya  •  El Greco  •  Titian  •  William Blake  •  Claude Monet  •  Édouard Manet  •  Paul Gauguin  •  Vincent van Gogh  •  Henri Rousseau  •  Edgar Degas  •  Auguste Renoir  •  Pablo Picasso  •  Joan Miró  •  Andy Warhol  •  Roy Lichtenstein

Sculpture[edit | edit source]

David  •  Venus de Milo  •  Michelangelo  •  Donatello  •  Auguste Rodin  •  Camille Claudel  •  Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi  •  Statue of Liberty

Architecture[edit | edit source]

Seven Wonders of the Ancient World  •  Gustave Eiffel  •  Eiffel Tower  •  Statue of Liberty  •  Sydney Opera House  •  Colosseum  •  Ionic order  •  Doric order  •  Corynthian order  •  Golden Gate Bridge  •  Palm Jumeirah

Cinema[edit | edit source]

Auguste and Louis Lumière  •  L'Arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotat  •  F. W. Murnau  •  Sunrise : A Song of Two Humans  •  Nosferatu  •  Marilyn Monroe  •  Greta Garbo  •  Humphrey Bogart  •  Robert Redford  •  Clint Eastwood  •  Stanley Kubrick  •  Georges Lucas  •  Steven Spielberg  •  Richard Gere  •  Brad Pit  •  George Clooney  •  Julia Roberts  •  Matt Damon  • Jean Dujardin  •  The Artist  •  Jean Reno  •  Marion Cotillard  •  Star Wars  •  Indiana Jones  •  Peter Jackson  •  Woody Allen  •  Hugh Grant  •  Hugh Jackman  •  Quentin Tarentino  •  Tim Burton  •  Johnny Depp  •  Michael Keaton  •  Jack Nicholson  •  Walt Disney  •  Federico Fellini  •  Alfred Hitchcock