User:Dross/Infobox artifact paramter notation

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    {{Infobox artifact
    | name              = 
    | native_name       = 
    | native_name_lang  = 
    | image             = 
    | image_size        = 
    | alt               = 
    | image2            = 
    | image2_size       = 
    | alt2              = 
    | image_caption     = 
    | type              = 
    | material          = 
    | size              = 
    | height            = <!-- {{convert|}} -->
    | width             = <!-- {{convert|}} -->
    | weight            = <!-- {{convert|}} -->
    | long              = <!-- {{convert|}} -->
    | writing           = 
    | symbols           = 
    | created           = 
    | discovered        = <!-- Deprecated; use the following, separate, parameters -->
    | discovered_place  = 
    | discovered_coords = 
    | discovered_date   = 
    | discovered_by     = 
    | location          = 
    | classification    = 
    | culture           = 
    | id                = 
    | map               = 
    | website           = 
    }}
    
    The name given to the artifact. Defaults to article title. Multiple names can be separated by <br>.
     
    A picture of the artifact. Size can vary and needs to be specified.
     
     
     
    An optional second picture of the artifact. Size can vary and needs to be specified.
     
     
    Description or notes for the picture.
    The class of which the object is an instance
    The substance the artifact is made of.
    Size of the artifact, if known.
     
     
    Language and-or script of contingent inscriptions on the artifact, if known.
     
    The date and location that the artifact was made, if known.
    The date, location, and (re)discoverer of the artifact, if known.
    The place of (re)discovery of the artifact, if known.
    The coordinates of (re)discovery of the artifact, if known.
    The date of (re)discovery of the artifact, if known.
    The person who (re)discovered the artifact, if known.
    Where the artifact has ended up now.
     
     
    Identification code (numbers or letters) for the artifact, if known.
    A map of the location of the artefact
    Web address