This class comprises fictional or iconographic individuals or groups of individual appearing in works in a way relevant as subjects. Characters may be purely fictitious or based on real persons or groups, but as characters they may exhibit properties that would be inconsistent with a real person or group. Rather than merging characters with real persons, they should be described as disjoint, but related entities.
Harry Potter [in J.K. Rowling’s series of novels and the films based on them]
Sinuhe the Egyptian [in Mika Waltari’s novel]
The Knights of the Round Table [in fiction]