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{{Info culture
{{Info culture
|image = img.png (Delete this line if there's no image)
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|pronunciation = Pro-nun-see-ate-on
|pronunciation = Pro-nun-see-ate-on
|commonnames = Common Names.
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==History==
==History==
===Etymology===
*Formation of Culture & Etymology
*Formation of Culture & Etymology
*Major historical event(s)
*Major historical event(s)
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Latest revision as of 19:36, 13 November 2021


Culture/Format
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Culture/Format
Pronunciation Pro-nun-see-ate-on
Common Names Common Names.
Classification What type of Culture.
Origins Origins.
Dominant Race Dominant Race.
Social Classes Social Classes.
Major Cities Major Cities.

The intro is a solid, five sentence paragraph designed to summarize the article and hook the reader into the page as a whole. As a general guide, include the following in an intro paragraph:

  • Hook sentence
  • Describe the subject of the article
  • Offer a little historical context about the subject
  • Give a detail about the subject unrelated to the history
  • State what impact the subject has made, why it is important, or its present day state.

History

  • Formation of Culture & Etymology
  • Major historical event(s)

Language and Dialects

Naming Customs

Laws

  • Law and Justice Customs

Lifestyle and Customs

Families

Gender Roles

Holidays

Religion

Literature and Folklore

Literature

Philosophy

Folklore

The Arts

Art

Music

Fashion

Architecture

Cuisine

Recreation

Sports

Leisure

Symbols

Trivia

  • One
  • Two

Accreditation
Writers No need to link them.
Artists Delete line if none.
Processors Separate, by, commas.
Last Editor Firefan96 on 11/13/2021.

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