Beyond Notability: Works
Works, such as scholarly articles, books, presentations, or other comparable undertakings, are recorded as items with statements about them (rather than, say, as statements about their authors or publishers).
Use only for works listed in source materials. Add VIAF or WorldCat IDs to authors to enable queries of all publications. Only very notable exhibits should have items, otherwise use item exhibited (free text) (P80)
All such types of works are connected by the statement:
Template for a work
In cases of printed publications, use the author (P19) property as follows:
author (P19) > Item for author
In cases of presentations, talks, or live exhibitions, use the exhibitor (P13) property, with part of (P4) and point in time (P1) qualifiers (therefore, skipping the point in time (P1) statement below. So:
exhibitor (P13) > Item for author.
Point in Time
point in time (P1)> a date (presumed to be date of publication)
This statements describes what type of work the item is. So:
This statement describes the publisher of the item. So:
Use only if appropriate, for example if the publisher is a records society, or archaeological society, or both!