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Multilingual tag for use in the "Inscriptions=" field of {{Artwork}}.


{{inscription|1=|full form=|type=|side=|position=|description=|comment=|ID=|language=|translation=|en=|de=|medium=}}


Parameter name Description Default value required or optional?

parameter #1 (1) text of the inscription empty optional
full form clearer (e.g. unabreviated) version of the inscription text empty optional
type type of inscription ("caption", "watermark", "seal" etc.) empty optional
side recto or verso empty optional
position position of the inscription (e.g. "bottom left", "center"...) (this parameter uses {{position parameter}}) empty optional
description description of the inscription (e.g. "in red", "barely visible") empty optional
comment any other comment comment about the inscription empty optional
ID reference (when the inscription has been identified by an art historian (e.g. "Lugt 658") empty optional
language ISO code of the language used in the inscription (e.g "en" "pt").
Use "~" to indicate that the language is not relevant (e.g. Arabic numerals or signature in Roman alphabet like "C. Monet 1896".
Use "?" to indicate that you cannot identify the language
For a bilingual description, you can add two language codes separated by a "/" (eg. 'language=el/he')
empty optional
translation translation of the inscription. (this parameter should be used only when a standard multilingual template exists to translate the inscription, otherwise, use "en", "de" etc.) empty optional
en English translation (if useful) empty optional
de German translation (if useful) similarly: "nl=" for Dutch translation, "ja=" for Japanese etc. empty optional
medium medium used (automatically calls {{technique}}) empty optional

Additional information

The template is intended to be used in the following namespaces: all namespaces

The template is intended to be used by the following user groups: all users


To add your language to the list of languages supported by this template, please edit the template and add a row to the "{{LangSwitch|}}" construct. It takes the form "|xx=Your translation" (xx being the code of your language)