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* academic degree ([[Property:P170]])
 
* academic degree ([[Property:P170]])
 
* honorary title ([[Property:P171]])
 
* honorary title ([[Property:P171]])
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* aristocratic title (standardised) ([[Property:P26]])
  
 
=== Career ===
 
=== Career ===

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General

FactGrid internal

linked open data

Dates

Names

Documents and Publications

  • page(s) (page(s) (P54)) for the specific page reference
  • fol. (fol. (P100)) if your document/file has numbered leafs to refer to (with r/recto v/verso specifications)
  • article (article (P98)) specify the article of an encyclopedia that has the information
  • place in sequence (place in sequence (P101)) use this if you source is numbering its items
  • footnote (footnote (P102)) to refer to a specific footnote that has the information
  • section (section (P103)) to refer to a specific section or numbered paragraph that has the information
  • annex (annex (P104)) to refer to (a part of the) annex
  • volume (volume (P105))

Specifically for publications

Stemma information

People

Core data

Geographical tracking

Name information

Genealogical information

Further Relationships

Owns

Degrees and titles

Career

  • degree (non academic) (career statement (P165))
  • employer (employer (P315)) state the organisation financing the person. E.g. Church of Saxony-Gotha, while you should use P164 "employed at" to note the parish

Associations

Works

General

Online Presence

Organisations

Special Offices

Events

Places

stating research on FactGrid

refer to a publication

  • page(s) (page(s) (P54)) for the specific page reference
  • article (article (P98)) specify the article of an encyclopedia that has the information
  • footnote (footnote (P102)) to refer to a specific footnote that has the information
  • section (section (P103)) to refer to a specific section or numbered paragraph that has the information
  • annex (annex (P104)) to refer to (a part of the) annex
  • see also (see also (P301)) to refer to an object that sheds light on an issue in question.

claim your or your team's work on a data set with an item

create a micro publication for a specific claim

Property debate