Template:Anachronism inline

[anachronism]

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Usage[edit]

Used to identify a statement that is anachronistic (does not suit the time period in question), such as describing an ancient lawmaker as a "parliamentarian" or a modern record player as a "gramophone".

  • {{Anachronism inline|date=June 2020|reason=It describes a modern record player as a "gramophone".}} produces [anachronism]

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TemplateData[edit]

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TemplateData for Anachronism inline

Use this inline template to tag a statement that is anachronistic (does not suit the time period in question).

Template parameters

This template prefers inline formatting of parameters.

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
Month and yeardate

Month and year of tagging; e.g., 'January 2013', but not 'jan13'

Example
January 2013
Auto value
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Datesuggested
Reasonreason

Explanation of why the statement is anachronistic

Example
There were no automobiles in the Eastern Roman Empire.
Stringsuggested

See also[edit]

  • {{Anachronism}} – banner version of template for when entire article or section has anachronism problems (e.g. a section improperly analyzing Classical Greek actors as "stars" and the theatre of that era as something akin to Broadway)