Wikipedia demo - refresh this page to get more random examples

Categories assigned to text using ngram model (with relative ranking score):

Category assigned by SVM classifier using a linear model:

religion_Christianity

Summary:

1030) *Saint Anastasius of Lleida *St. Anastasius Cornicularius *Anastasius of Suppentonia - abbot (died 570) *Pope Anastasius of Alexandria - Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria from 605–616 *Patriarch Anastasius of Constantinople (I) - Patriarch of Constantinople from 730–754 *Anastasius Germonius - Archbishop of Tarantaise and canon lawyer (1551–1627) * Anastasio Somoza García, Nicaraguan dictator (ruled 1936–1956) * Anastasio Somoza Debayle, Nicaraguan dictator (ruled 1967–1979) * Anastasio Somoza Portocarrero, son of Somoza Debayle * Anton Alexander Graf von Auersperg (1806–1876) -- Austrian poet who wrote under the pseudonym of Anastasius Grün . 628) *Anastasius of Armenia – Catholicos of Armenia from 661 to 667 *Saint Anastasius Sinaita (of Sinai) - theologian, Father of the Eastern Orthodox Church, monk, priest, and abbot of the monastery at Mt. Sinai (7th century) *Anastasius (c. 304) *Saint Anastasius - 4th-century martyr along with Julian and Basilissa *Saint Anastasius of Antioch - bishop of Antioch (d.

Similar documents

19 22 42 65

Original text:

Anastasius () is derived from the Greek ("anastasis") meaning Its female form is Anastasia. Proper name Byzantine Emperors *Anastasius I I -- Byzantine emperor from 491–518 *Anastasios II II -- Byzantine emperor from 713–715 Roman Catholic Popes *Pope Anastasius I -- Pope from 399–401 *Pope Anastasius II -- Pope from 496–498 *Pope Anastasius III -- Pope from 911–913 *Pope Anastasius IV -- Pope from 1153 to 1154 Other Christian saints and clergy *Saint Anastasius - a martyr under Nero. *Saint Anastasius the Fuller - martyr (d. 304) *Saint Anastasius - 4th-century martyr along with Julian and Basilissa *Saint Anastasius of Antioch - bishop of Antioch (d. 598 or 599) *Saint Anastasius of Persia - Persian martyr (d. 628) *Anastasius of Armenia – Catholicos of Armenia from 661 to 667 *Saint Anastasius Sinaita (of Sinai) - theologian, Father of the Eastern Orthodox Church, monk, priest, and abbot of the monastery at Mt&*& Sinai (7th century) *Anastasius (c. 810–878) - librarian of the Church of Rome, scholar and statesman, sometimes identified as an Antipope *Astrik or Saint Anastasius of Pannonhalma - ambassador of Stephen I of Hungary (d. 1030) *Saint Anastasius of Lleida *St&*& Anastasius Cornicularius *Anastasius of Suppentonia - abbot (died 570) *Pope Anastasius of Alexandria - Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria from 605–616 *Patriarch Anastasius of Constantinople (I) - Patriarch of Constantinople from 730–754 *Anastasius Germonius - Archbishop of Tarantaise and canon lawyer (1551–1627) * Anastasio Somoza García, Nicaraguan dictator (ruled 1936–1956) * Anastasio Somoza Debayle, Nicaraguan dictator (ruled 1967–1979) * Anastasio Somoza Portocarrero, son of Somoza Debayle * Anton Alexander Graf von Auersperg (1806–1876) -- Austrian poet who wrote under the pseudonym of Anastasius Grün .

Entities resolved to DBPedia URIs:

Category Name DBPedia URI (if available)
people Anastasios II http://dbpedia.org/resource/Anastasios_II
people Anastasius of Persia http://dbpedia.org/resource/Anastasius_of_Persia
people Stephen I http://dbpedia.org/resource/Pope_Stephen_I
cities Antioch http://dbpedia.org/resource/Antioch,_California
cities Alexandria http://dbpedia.org/resource/Alexandria,_Virginia
countries Hungary http://dbpedia.org/resource/Hungary


Entities:

Roman Catholic

Location in text: sentence index: 1 starting index in sentence: 20 ending index in sentence +1: 22

Entity data: {:entity=>"Roman Catholic", :gender=>:male, :type=>:person}

Armenia

Location in text: sentence index: 5 starting index in sentence: 4 ending index in sentence +1: 5

Entity data: {:entity=>"Armenia", :gender=>:none, :type=>:place, :place_type=>"country"}

Armenia

Location in text: sentence index: 5 starting index in sentence: 8 ending index in sentence +1: 9

Entity data: {:entity=>"Armenia", :gender=>:none, :type=>:place, :place_type=>"country"}

Rome

Location in text: sentence index: 7 starting index in sentence: 8 ending index in sentence +1: 9

Entity data: {:entity=>"Rome", :gender=>:none, :type=>:place, :place_type=>"country_capital"}

Hungary

Location in text: sentence index: 7 starting index in sentence: 31 ending index in sentence +1: 32

Entity data: {:entity=>"Hungary", :gender=>:none, :type=>:place, :place_type=>"country"}

Anton Alexander Graf

Location in text: sentence index: 9 starting index in sentence: 75 ending index in sentence +1: 78

Entity data: {:entity=>"Anton Alexander Graf", :gender=>:male, :type=>:person}

Alexandria

Location in text: sentence index: 9 starting index in sentence: 13 ending index in sentence +1: 14

Entity data: {:entity=>"Alexandria", :gender=>:none, :type=>:place, :place_type=>"us_city"}

Alexandria

Location in text: sentence index: 9 starting index in sentence: 19 ending index in sentence +1: 20

Entity data: {:entity=>"Alexandria", :gender=>:none, :type=>:place, :place_type=>"us_city"}


Part of speech tags with (very experimental) anaphora resolution annotations (bold font):

Anastasius/NN, is/VBZ, derived/VBN, from/IN, the/DT, Greek/NNP, anastasis/NN, meaning/VBG, Its/PRP$, female/JJ, form/NN, is/VBZ, Anastasia/NN, ./., Proper/JJ, name/NN, Byzantine/JJ, Emperors/NNS, Anastasius/NN, I/NN, I/NN, Byzantine/JJ, emperor/NN, from/IN, 491/NN, 518/NN, Anastasios/NN, II/NN, II/NN, Byzantine/JJ, emperor/NN, from/IN, 713/NN, 715/NN, Roman/NNP, Catholic/NNP, Popes/NNPS, Pope/NNP, Anastasius/NN, I/NN, Pope/NNP, from/IN, 399/NN, 401/NN, Pope/NNP, Anastasius/NN, II/NN, Pope/NNP, from/IN, 496/NN, 498/NN, Pope/NNP, Anastasius/NN, III/NN, Pope/NNP, from/IN, 911/NN, 913/NN, Pope/NNP, Anastasius/NN, IV/NNP, Pope/NNP, from/IN, 1153/NN, to/TO, 1154/NN, Other/JJ, Christian/NNP, saints/NNS, and/CC, clergy/NN, Saint/NNP, Anastasius/NN, a/DT, martyr/NN, under/IN, Nero/NNP, ./., Saint/NNP, Anastasius/NN, the/DT, Fuller/NNP, martyr/NN, d/FW, ./., 304/NN, Saint/NNP, Anastasius/NN, 4th/NN, century/NN, martyr/NN, along/IN, with/IN, Julian/NNP, and/CC, Basilissa/NN, Saint/NNP, Anastasius/NN, of/IN, Antioch/NN, bishop/NN, of/IN, Antioch/NN, d/FW, ./., 598/NN, or/CC, 599/NN, Saint/NNP, Anastasius/NN, of/IN, Persia/NNP, Persian/NNP, martyr/NN, d/FW, ./., 628/NN, Anastasius/NN, of/IN, Armenia/NNP, Catholicos/NN, of/IN, Armenia/NNP, from/IN, 661/NN, to/TO, 667/NN, Saint/NNP, Anastasius/NN, Sinaita/NN, of/IN, Sinai/NNP, theologian/NN, Father/NNP, of/IN, the/DT, Eastern/NNP, Orthodox/NNP, Church/NNP, monk/NN, priest/NN, and/CC, abbot/NN, of/IN, the/DT, monastery/NN, at/IN, Mt/NNP, ./., Sinai/NNP, 7th/NN, century/NN, Anastasius/NN, c/NN, ./., 810/NN, 878/NN, librarian/NN, of/IN, the/DT, Church/NNP, of/IN, Rome/NNP, scholar/NN, and/CC, statesman/NN, sometimes/RB, identified/VBN, as/IN, an/DT, Antipope/NN, Astrik/NN, or/CC, Saint/NNP, Anastasius/NN, of/IN, Pannonhalma/NN, ambassador/NN, of/IN, Stephen/NNP, I/NN, of/IN, Hungary/NNP, d/FW, ./., 1030/NN, Saint/NNP, Anastasius/NN, of/IN, Lleida/NN, St/NNP, ./., Anastasius/NN, Cornicularius/NN, Anastasius/NN, of/IN, Suppentonia/NN, abbot/NN, died/VBD, 570/NN, Pope/NNP, Anastasius/NN, of/IN, Alexandria/NNP, Coptic/NN, Orthodox/NNP, Pope/NNP, of/IN, Alexandria/NNP, from/IN, 605/NN, 616/NN, Patriarch/NNP, Anastasius/NN, of/IN, Constantinople/NNP, I/NN, Patriarch/NNP, of/IN, Constantinople/NNP, from/IN, 730/NN, 754/NN, Anastasius/NN, Germonius/NN, Archbishop/NNP, of/IN, Tarantaise/NN, and/CC, canon/NN, lawyer/NN, 1551/NN, 1627/NN, Anastasio/NNP, Somoza/NNP, Garc/NN, a/DT, Nicaraguan/JJ, dictator/NN, ruled/VBD, 1936/NN, 1956/NN, Anastasio/NNP, Somoza/NNP, Debayle/NN, Nicaraguan/JJ, dictator/NN, ruled/VBD, 1967/NN, 1979/NN, Anastasio/NNP, Somoza/NNP, Portocarrero/NN, son/NN, of/IN, Somoza/NNP, Debayle/NN, Anton/NNP, Alexander/NNP, Graf/NNP, von/NNP, Auersperg/NN, 1806/NN, 1876/NN, Austrian/JJ, poet/NN, who/WP, wrote/VBD, under/IN, the/DT, pseudonym/NN, of/IN, Anastasius/NN, Gr/NN, n/NN, ./.


Segmented sentences from raw text:

0 ["Anastasius", "(", ")", "is", "derived", "from", "the", "Greek", "(\"anastasis\"", ")", "meaning", "Its", "female", "form", "is", "Anastasia", "."]
1 ["Proper", "name", "Byzantine", "Emperors", "*Anastasius", "I", "I", "--", "Byzantine", "emperor", "from", "491–518", "*Anastasios", "II", "II", "--", "Byzantine", "emperor", "from", "713–715", "Roman", "Catholic", "Popes", "*Pope", "Anastasius", "I", "--", "Pope", "from", "399–401", "*Pope", "Anastasius", "II", "--", "Pope", "from", "496–498", "*Pope", "Anastasius", "III", "--", "Pope", "from", "911–913", "*Pope", "Anastasius", "IV", "--", "Pope", "from", "1153", "to", "1154", "Other", "Christian", "saints", "and", "clergy", "*Saint", "Anastasius", "-", "a", "martyr", "under", "Nero", "."]
2 ["*Saint", "Anastasius", "the", "Fuller", "-", "martyr", "(d", "."]
3 ["304", ")", "*Saint", "Anastasius", "-", "4th-century", "martyr", "along", "with", "Julian", "and", "Basilissa", "*Saint", "Anastasius", "of", "Antioch", "-", "bishop", "of", "Antioch", "(d", "."]
4 ["598", "or", "599", ")", "*Saint", "Anastasius", "of", "Persia", "-", "Persian", "martyr", "(d", "."]
5 ["628", ")", "*Anastasius", "of", "Armenia", "–", "Catholicos", "of", "Armenia", "from", "661", "to", "667", "*Saint", "Anastasius", "Sinaita", "(of", "Sinai", ")", "-", "theologian", ",", "Father", "of", "the", "Eastern", "Orthodox", "Church", ",", "monk", ",", "priest", ",", "and", "abbot", "of", "the", "monastery", "at", "Mt", "."]
6 ["Sinai", "(7th", "century", ")", "*Anastasius", "(c", "."]
7 ["810–878", ")", "-", "librarian", "of", "the", "Church", "of", "Rome", ",", "scholar", "and", "statesman", ",", "sometimes", "identified", "as", "an", "Antipope", "*Astrik", "or", "Saint", "Anastasius", "of", "Pannonhalma", "-", "ambassador", "of", "Stephen", "I", "of", "Hungary", "(d", "."]
8 ["1030", ")", "*Saint", "Anastasius", "of", "Lleida", "*St", "."]
9 ["Anastasius", "Cornicularius", "*Anastasius", "of", "Suppentonia", "-", "abbot", "(died", "570", ")", "*Pope", "Anastasius", "of", "Alexandria", "-", "Coptic", "Orthodox", "Pope", "of", "Alexandria", "from", "605–616", "*Patriarch", "Anastasius", "of", "Constantinople", "(I", ")", "-", "Patriarch", "of", "Constantinople", "from", "730–754", "*Anastasius", "Germonius", "-", "Archbishop", "of", "Tarantaise", "and", "canon", "lawyer", "(1551–1627", ")", "*", "Anastasio", "Somoza", "García", ",", "Nicaraguan", "dictator", "(ruled", "1936–1956", ")", "*", "Anastasio", "Somoza", "Debayle", ",", "Nicaraguan", "dictator", "(ruled", "1967–1979", ")", "*", "Anastasio", "Somoza", "Portocarrero", ",", "son", "of", "Somoza", "Debayle", "*", "Anton", "Alexander", "Graf", "von", "Auersperg", "(1806–1876", ")", "--", "Austrian", "poet", "who", "wrote", "under", "the", "pseudonym", "of", "Anastasius", "Grün", "."]