Model Editions Partnership

Tag Set Documentation

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Contents

abbr / add / address / addressee / addrLine (address line) / addSpan / anchor / app (apparatus entry) / argument / attestation / auth / author / authority / availability / back / bibl / biblFull / biblScope / bobIndex / body / bold / byline / catDesc / category / catRef / cell / change / cit / classCode / classDecl / closer / closing / copyright / corr / creation / damage / date / dateline / del / delSpan / distinct / distributor / div / div0 / div1 / div2 / div3 / div4 / div5 / div6 / div7 / divGen / doc / docAuthor / docBody / docDate / docEdition / docGroup / docImprint / docketing / docptr / docref / docTitle / edBack / edFront / edition / editionStmt / editor / editorialDecl / emph / enclosure / encodingDesc / endNote / endorsement / entry / epigraph / extent / figDesc / figure / fileDesc / foreign / formula / front / funder / fw (forme work) / gap / gloss / hand / handList / handShift / head / headNote / hi (highlighted) / highlights / idno (ID number) / imprint / index / interp / interpGrp / ital / item / ixe / keywords / l / label / lacunaEnd / lacunaStart / language / langUsage / lb (line break) / lem / lg (line group) / list / listBibl / mentioned / mepHeader / milestone / msp / name / nav / note / notes / notesStmt / num / opener / org / orgRef / orig / p / pb / permissions / person / personRef / pgptr / pgref / place / placeRef / preparedBy / prepDate / principal / profileDesc / projectDesc / ps / ptr / publicationStmt / publisher / pubPlace / q / quote / rdg / rdgGrp / ref / reference / refs / refsDecl / reg / rendition / repository / resp / respStmt / restore / revisionDesc / row / rs / s / salute / samplingDecl / sCap / seg / sender / series / seriesStmt / ship / shipRef / sic / signed / soCalled / sourceDesc / sourceNote / sourceType / sp / space / speaker / sponsor / stage / subscr / super / supplied / surrogate / table / tagsDecl / tagUsage / target / targetInfo / targets / taxonomy / 2 / teiHeader / term / text / textClass / time / title / titlePage / titlePart / titleStmt / trailer / uLine / unclear / what / wit / witDetail / witEnd / witList / witness / witStart / xptr / xref /

The Model Editions Partnership DTD is a conforming use of the Guidelines for Text Encoding and Interchange (TEI); this document describes all the element types and element classes added to the TEI DTD by the MEP extensions. For documentation of element types not described here, see the TEI Guidelines.


abbr
(abbreviation) contains an abbreviation of any sort.

Attributes:

expan (expansion) gives an expansion of the abbreviation.
Value: any string of characters

 The address is Southmoor <abbr expan='road'>Rd</>.

Only one expansion may be given for an abbreviation; if different expansions are to be proposed, the tags for critical apparatus should be used.

resp (responsibility) signifies the editor or transcriber responsible for supplying the expansion of the abbreviation held as the value of the expan attribute.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 The address is Southmoor <abbr expan='Road' resp=LB>Rd</>.

If no expansion is given, the resp attribute has no meaning.

cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty ascribed to the expansion of the abbreviation.

type allows the encoder to classify the abbreviation according to some convenient typology.

Values:

suspension
the abbreviation provides the first letter(s) of the word or phrase, omitting the remainder.
contraction
the abbreviation omits some letter(s) in the middle.
brevigraph
the abbreviation comprises a special symbol or mark.
superscription
the abbreviation includes writing above the line.
acronym
the abbreviation comprises the initial letters of the words of a phrase.
title
the abbreviation is for a title of address (Dr, Ms, Mr, ...)
organization
the abbreviation is for the name of an organization.
geographic
the abbreviation is for a geographic name.
  <abbr type=acronym>RSVP</abbr>
  <abbr type=organization>SPQR</abbr>
  <abbr type=brevigraph>&per;</abbr>
  <abbr type=contraction>yr hbl servt</abbr>

The type attribute is provided for the sake of those who wish to classify abbreviations at their point of occurrence; this may be useful in some circumstances, though usually the same abbreviation will have the same type in all occurrences. As the sample values make clear, abbreviations may be classified by the method used to construct them, the method of writing them, or the referent of the term abbreviated; the typology used is up to the encoder and should be carefully planned to meet the needs of the expected use.


  <abbr type=organization
    expan='senatus populusque romanorum'
    resp=author>SPQR</abbr>

This tag is the mirror image of the <expan> tag; both allow the encoder to transcribe both an abbreviation and its expansion. In <abbr>, however, the original is transcribed as the content of the element and the expansion as an attribute value; <expan> reverses this. The choice between the two is up to the user.

The <abbr> tag is not required; if appropriate, the encoder may transcribe abbreviations in the source text silently, without tagging them. If abbreviations are not transcribed directly but expanded silently, then the TEI header should so indicate.

For a typology of ME abbreviations, see A. G. Petty,English literary hands from Chaucer to Dryden (London: Edward Arnold, 1977), pp. 22-25.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT abbr - -  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >

<!ATTLIST abbr ana IDREFS #IMPLIED corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED next IDREF #IMPLIED prev IDREF #IMPLIED id ID #IMPLIED n CDATA #IMPLIED lang IDREF #IMPLIED rend CDATA #IMPLIED expan CDATA #IMPLIED resp IDREF #IMPLIED cert CDATA #IMPLIED type CDATA #IMPLIED TEIform CDATA "abbr" >

add
(addition) contains letters, words, or phrases inserted in the text by an author, scribe, annotator or corrector.

Attributes:

place if the the addition is written into the copy text, indicates where the additional text is written.

Values:

inline
addition is made in a space left in the witness by an earlier scribe
supralinear
addition is made above the line
infralinear
addition is made below the line
left
addition is made in left margin
right
addition is made in right margin
top
addition is made in top margin
bottom
addition is made in bottom margin
opposite
addition is made on opposite page
verso
addition is made on verso of sheet
mixed
addition is made somewhere, one or more of other values
 

resp (responsible) signifies the editor or transcriber responsible for identifying the hand of the addition.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding.

 

cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty ascribed to the identification of the hand of the addition.

hand signifies the hand of the agent which made the addition.
Value: must be one of the hand identifiers declared in the document header.

 

 

The <add> tag should not be used for additions made by editors or encoders. In these cases, either the <corr> tag or the <supplied> tag should be used.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT add - -  (%specialPara;) >
	 (((bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp), (ps | signed | salute | 
	closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)*) | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place 
	| person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | 
	shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time 
	| add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | 
	orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear 
	| uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct 
	| emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term 
	| title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula 
	| fw | handShift | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
	| what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
	| bibl | biblFull | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | 
	note | figure | stage | table | text)*) >

<!ATTLIST add ana IDREFS #IMPLIED corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED next IDREF #IMPLIED prev IDREF #IMPLIED id ID #IMPLIED n CDATA #IMPLIED lang IDREF #IMPLIED rend CDATA #IMPLIED place CDATA #IMPLIED resp IDREF #IMPLIED cert CDATA #IMPLIED hand IDREF #IMPLIED TEIform CDATA "add" >

address
contains a postal or other address, for example of a publisher, an organization, or an individual.

<address><street>via Marsala 24</>
        <postcode>40126</>
        <name>Bologna</>
        <country n=I>Italy</>
</address>

<address>
<addrLine>Computing Center, MC 135
<addrLine>P.O. Box 6998</>
<addrLine>Chicago, IL</>
<addrLine>60680 USA</>
</address>

Addresses may be encoded either as a sequence of lines, or using any sequence of address component elements.

If given as running prose, use a consistent format wherever possible, for example separating lines of the address by commas, and including any postal code in the standard form.

<!ELEMENT address - O   (addrLine+ | (%m.addrPart)*) > 
<!ATTLIST address ana IDREFS #IMPLIED corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED next IDREF #IMPLIED prev IDREF #IMPLIED id ID #IMPLIED n CDATA #IMPLIED lang IDREF #IMPLIED rend CDATA #IMPLIED TEIform CDATA "address" >

addressee

contains the name of the intended recipient of a letter

<head>
<sender><person reg="Stanton, Elizabeth Cady">ECS</person></sender> 
to <addressee><person reg="Smith, Gerrit">Gerrit Smith</person></addressee>, 
with Enclosure
</head>

Senders and addressees should be marked within the document heading or the MEP header, or both, to ensure that search software can readily identify them. (Since senders and addressees may be either individuals or organizations, it is recommended that <person> or <org> elements be used to distinguish the two cases.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: mepHeader

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, addressee, anchor*, argument*, attestation, auth, author, authority, availability*, back*, bibl, biblFull*, biblScope, bobIndex*, body*, bold, byline, catDesc, catRef*, category*, cell, change*, cit*, classCode, classDecl*, closer, closing, copyright, corr, correction*, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, distinct, distributor, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor, docBody*, docDate, docEdition, docGroup*, docImprint, docTitle*, docketing, docptr*, docref, edBack*, edFront*, edition, editionStmt*, editor, editorialDecl*, emph, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph*, extent, figDesc, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign, formula*, front*, funder, fw, gap*, gloss, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head, headNote, hi, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital, item, ixe*, keywords*, l, label, langUsage*, language, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned, mepHeader, milestone*, msp*, name, nav, normalization*, note, notes*, notesStmt*, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb*, permissions, person, personRef, pgptr*, pgref, place, placeRef, plink*, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace, publicationStmt*, publisher, q, quotation*, ref, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg, rendition, repository*, resp, respStmt*, restore, revisionDesc*, row*, rs, s, sCap, salute, samplingDecl*, seg, segmentation*, sender, series*, seriesStmt*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType*, sp*, space*, speaker, sponsor, stage, stdVals*, subs*, subscr, super, supplied, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term, text*, textClass*, time, title, titlePage*, titlePart, titleStmt*, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT addressee     - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT addressee - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >
*-->
<!ATTLIST addressee          %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST addressee 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

addrLine
contains one line of a postal or other address.

<address>
<addrLine>Computing Center, MC 135
<addrLine>P.O. Box 6998</>
<addrLine>Chicago, IL</>
<addrLine>60680 USA</>
</address>

Addresses may be encoded either as a sequence of lines, or using any sequence of address component elements.

<!ELEMENT addrLine - o  (%phrase.seq) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >
<!ATTLIST addrLine ana IDREFS #IMPLIED corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED next IDREF #IMPLIED prev IDREF #IMPLIED id ID #IMPLIED n CDATA #IMPLIED lang IDREF #IMPLIED rend CDATA #IMPLIED TEIform CDATA "addrLine" >

addSpan
(added span of text) marks the beginning of a longer sequence of text added by an author, scribe, annotator or corrector (see also <add>).

Attributes:

type classifies the addition, using any convenient typology.
Value: Any string of characters.

 

place indicates where the addition is made.

Values:

inline
addition is made in a space left in the witness by an earlier scribe.
supralinear
addition is made above the line.
infralinear
addition is made below the line.
marginleft
addition is made in left margin.
marginright
addition is made in right margin.
margintop
addition is made in top margin.
marginbot
addition is made in bottom margin.
overleaf
addition is made on the other side of the leaf.
Then they went back home.
<addSpan place='supralinear marginright overleaf' to=p23>
When they got there, ...

Long additions may frequently spill from one location to another; in this case, more than one value may be given, as shown in the example above.

resp (responsible) signifies the editor or transcriber responsible for identifying the hand of the addition.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 

cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty ascribed to the identification of the hand of the addition.

 

hand signifies the hand of the agent which made the addition.
Value: must be one of the hand identifiers declared in the document header (see section ).

 

to identifies the endpoint of the added passage, by giving the ID of an <anchor> or other empty element placed there.
Value: any valid SGML identifier, used on a later element.

 

Both the beginning and the end of the added material must be marked; the beginning by the <addSpan> element itself, the end by the to attribute.


 

(optional)

Empty.

<!ELEMENT addSpan - O  EMPTY > 

<!ATTLIST addSpan ana IDREFS #IMPLIED corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED next IDREF #IMPLIED prev IDREF #IMPLIED id ID #IMPLIED n CDATA #IMPLIED lang IDREF #IMPLIED rend CDATA #IMPLIED type CDATA #IMPLIED place CDATA #IMPLIED resp IDREF #IMPLIED cert CDATA #IMPLIED hand IDREF #IMPLIED to IDREF #REQUIRED TEIform CDATA "addSpan" >

anchor
(anchor point) attaches an identifier to a point within a text, whether or not it corresponds with a textual element.

Attributes:

id (identifier) supplies an arbitrary name, unique within the document, used to identify the point at which this element occurs.
Value: any valid name

IDs may be chosen freely; note in particular that if they include numeric values there is no requirement for these to be in sequence.


<s>The anchor is he<anchor id=A234>re somewhere.</s>
<s>Help me find it.<ptr target=A234></s>

empty

<!ELEMENT anchor - O EMPTY > 

<!ATTLIST anchor n CDATA #IMPLIED lang IDREF #IMPLIED rend CDATA #IMPLIED type CDATA #IMPLIED function CDATA #IMPLIED id ID #REQUIRED TEIform CDATA "anchor" >

app
(apparatus entry) contains one entry in a critical apparatus, with an optional lemma and at least one reading.

Attributes:

type classifies the variation contained in this element according to some convenient typology.
Value: Any convenient descriptive word or phrase, describing the extent of the variation (e.g. "word", "phrase", "punctuation", etc.) its text-critical significance (e.g. "significant", "accidental", "unclear"), or the nature of the variation or the principles required to understand it (e.g. "lectio difficilior", "usus auctoris", etc.)

 

from identifies the beginning of the lemma in the base text, if necessary.
Value: a valid SGML ID.

 

This attribute is only used when the double-end point method of apparatus markup is used.

to identifies the endpoint of the lemma in the base text, if necessary.
Value: a valid SGML ID.

 

This attribute is only used when the double-end point method of apparatus markup is used, with the encoded apparatus held in a separate file rather than being embedded in-line in the base-text file.

loc (location) indicates the location of the variation, when the location-referenced method of apparatus markup is used.
Value: Any string containing a canonical reference for the passage to which the variation applies.

 

This attribute is used only when the location-referenced encoding method is used.


 

May contain an optional lemma and one or more readings or reading groups.

<!ELEMENT app - O  ((lem, wit?)?, ((rdg, wit?) | (rdgGrp, wit?))+) > 

<!ATTLIST app
          type CDATA #IMPLIED
          from IDREF #IMPLIED
          to IDREF #IMPLIED
          loc CDATA #IMPLIED >

argument
A formal list or prose description of the topics addressed by a subdivision of a text.

<argument>
<p>Monte Video &dash; Maldonado &dash; Excursion
to R Polanco &dash; Lazo and Bolas &dash; Partridges &dash;
Absence of Trees &dash; Deer &dash; Capybara, or River Hog &dash;
Tucutuco &dash; Molothrus, cuckoo-like habits &dash; Tyrant
Flycatcher &dash; Mocking-bird &dash; Carrion Hawks &dash;
Tubes formed by Lightning &dash; House struck
</argument>

Often contains either a list or a paragraph

<!ELEMENT argument - - (head?, %component.seq;) > 
	(head?, (ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | text 
	| what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
	| bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp | cit | q 
	| label | list | listBibl | note | stage)*) >
<!ATTLIST argument 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "argument" >

attestation

contains a certification that a copy or signature is authentic (e.g. by a notary, secretary, or secretary of state)

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: common data inter

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) add, addressee, argument, attestation, auth, body, bold, cell, closing, copyright, corr, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, docEdition, docketing, docref, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph, figDesc, foreign, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, org, orgRef, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, ps, q, ref, rendition, sCap, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, title, titlePart, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT attestation   - O  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT attestation - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >
*-->
<!ATTLIST attestation        %a.global;

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST attestation 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "p" >
*-->          TEIform            CDATA               'p'            >


auth

(i.e. authority) contains phrases like "By order of"

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data mepHeader

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, mepHeader, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT auth          - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT auth - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >
*-->
<!ATTLIST auth               %a.global                          >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST auth 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

author
in a bibliographic reference, contains the name of the author(s), personal or corporate, of a work; the primary statement of responsibility for any bibliographic item.

 <author>British Broadcasting Corporation
 <author>La Fayette, Marie Madeleine Pioche de la Vergne,
         comtesse de (1634-1693)

Particularly where cataloguing is likely to be based on the content of the header, it is advisable to use generally recognized authority lists for the exact form of personal names.

In the case of a broadcast, use this element for the name of the company or network which broadcasts the program.

Any string of characters and phrase-level tags.

<!ELEMENT author - o (%phrase.seq) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >
<!ATTLIST author 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "author" > 

authority
(release authority) supplies the name of a person or other agency responsible for making an electronic file available, other than a publisher or distributor.

<authority>John Smith

<!ELEMENT authority - o (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST auth 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED >

availability
supplies information about the availability of a text, for example any restrictions on its use or distribution, its copyright status, etc.

Attributes:

status supplies a code identifying the current availability of the text.

Values:

free
the text is freely available.
unknown
the status of the text is unknown.
restricted
the text is not freely available.

<availability status=restricted>
    <p>Available for academic research purposes only.
<availability status=free>
<availability status=restricted>
    <p>Available under licence from the publishers.

A consistent format should be adopted

<!ELEMENT availability - o (p+) > 
	
<!ATTLIST availability 
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	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	status (free | unknown | restricted) #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "availability" >

back
(back matter) contains any appendixes, etc. following the main part of a text.

<back>
<div1 type='appendix'>
<head>>The Golden Dream or, the Ingenuous Confession
<p>To shew the Depravity of human Nature..
<!-- ... -->
</div1><div1 type=epistle>
<head>A letter from the Printer, which he desires 
may be inserted
<salute>Sir.</salute>
<p>I have done with your Copy, so you may return 
it to the Vatican, if you please
<!-- ... -->
<div1 type=advert>
<head>The Books usually read by the Scholars 
of Mrs Two-Shoes are these and are sold at Mr 
Newbery's at the Bible and Sun in St Paul's
Church-yard.</head>
<list>
<item n=1>The Christmas Box, Price 1d.
<item n=2>The History of Giles Gingerbread, 1d.
<!-- ... -->
<item =42>A Curious Collection of Travels, 
selected from the Writers of all Nations, 
10 Vol, Pr. bound 1l.
</list>
<div1 type=advert>
<head>By the KING's Royal Patent,</head>
<hgead>Are sold by J. NEWBERY, at the Bible and Sun in 
St. Paul's Church-Yard.
<list>
<item n=1>Dr. James's Powders for Fevers, the 
Small-Pox, Measles, Colds, &c. 2s. 6d
<item n=2>Dr. Hooper's Female Pills, 1s.
<!-- ... -->
</list></div1></back>

The content model of back matter is identical to that of front matter, reflecting the facts of cultural history.

<!ELEMENT back - O (  (%m.front)*,
                 (
                   ( (%m.divtop), (%m.divtop | titlePage)*)
                   |
                   ( (div), (div | (%m.front))*)
                   |
                   ( (div1), (div1 | (%m.front))*)
                 )?
              ) > 
	((divGen | titlePage)*, (((address | argument | byline | 
	docAuthor | docDate | epigraph | head | opener), (address 
	| argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph | head 
	| opener | titlePage)*) | (div, (div | divGen | titlePage)*) 
	| (div1, (div1 | divGen | titlePage)*))?) >


<!ATTLIST back 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	next IDREF #IMPLIED
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "back" >

bibl
(bibliographic citation) contains a loosely-structured bibliographic citation of which the sub-components may or may not be explicitly tagged.

<bibl>Blain, Clements and Grundy: Feminist Companion to Literature in
English (Yale, 1990)
</bibl>

<bibl><title.piece>The Interesting story of the Children in the
 Wood<title.piece>.
    In <author>Victor E Neuberg</author>,
    <title>The Penny Histories</title>.
    <publisher>OUP</publisher>
    <date>1968</date>.
</bibl>

Contains either just prose, or any combination of elements from the citation class

<!ELEMENT bibl - O  (#PCDATA | %m.phrase; | q |
                             %m.biblPart;)* > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| q | author | biblScope | edition | editor | extent | idno 
	| imprint | note | publisher | pubPlace | respStmt | series)* >


<!ATTLIST bibl 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "bibl" >

biblFull
contains a fully-structured bibliographic citation, in which all components of the TEI file description are present.

<biblFull>
        <titleStmt>
           <author>Blain, Virginia
           <author>Clements, Patricia
           <author>Grundy, Isobel
           <title>The Feminist Companion to Literature in English:
               women writers from the middle ages to the present
        </titleStmt>
        <editionStmt>
           <edition>UK edition</edition>
        <extent>1231 pp</extent>
        <publicationStmt>
          <creationDate>1990
          <publisher>Yale University Press
          <place>New Haven and London
          <date>1990
        </publicationStmt>
        <sourceDesc>No source: this is an original work</source.desc>
</biblFull>

<!ELEMENT biblFull - o (titleStmt,   editionStmt?,
               extent?,      publicationStmt,
               seriesStmt?, notesStmt?,
               sourceDesc*) > 

<!ATTLIST biblFull 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "biblFull" >

biblScope
(scope of citation) defines the scope of a bibliographic reference, for example as a list of pagenumbers, or a named subdivision of a larger work.

Attributes:

type identifies the type of information conveyed by the element, e.g. "pages", "volume".

Values:

volume
the element contains a volume number.
issue
the element contains an issue number, or volume and issue numbers.
pages
the element contains a page number or page range.
chapter
the element contains a chapter indication (number and/or title)
part
the element identifies a part of a book or collection.
 


        <biblScope>pp 12-34

        <biblScope>Volume 2 "My apprenticeship"
<!ELEMENT biblScope - o (%phrase.seq) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST biblScope 
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "biblScope" >


bobIndex (back-of-the-book index)

contains a conventional back-of-the-book index, with entries and subentries.

Part of the index for Vol. 5 of Mark Twain's Letters, ed. Lin Salamo and Harriet Elinor Smith (Berkeley: UC Press, 1997) might be tagged thus:

<bobIndex>
  ...
  <ixe>
    <entry>China</entry>
    <pgref>63-64n2</pgref> <pgref>265n2</pgref>
  </ixe>
  <ixe>
    <entry><ship>China</ship></entry>
    <pgref>226n3</pgref></ixe>
  <ixe>
    <entry><title>The Choice Humorous Works of Mark Twain</title>
      (1873, 1874)</entry>
    <pgref>168n7</pgref></ixe>
  <ixe>
    <entry>Cholmondeley, Mary</entry> 
    <pgref>434</pgref></ixe>
  <ixe type="correspondent">
    <entry>Cholmondeley, Reginald</entry>
    <pgref rend="bold" type="main-id">432-34</pgref>
    <pgref>522n2</pgref>
    <pgref>657<hi>illus</hi></pgref>
    <subs>
      <ixe><entry>letter to</entry> <pgref>434</pgref></ixe>
      <ixe><entry>letters by</entry> <pgref>432-34</pgref></ixe>
    </subs>
  </ixe>
  ...
</bobIndex>

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: chunk data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) add, argument, bobIndex, body, corr, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, endNote, epigraph, headNote, item, note, ps, q, sic, stage

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, bobIndex, date*, extent*, figure*, head, idno*, index***, ixe, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, supplied*, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT bobIndex      - -  (head*, (bobIndex+ | ixe+))        >
<!ATTLIST bobIndex           %a.global;                         >

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        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
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body
(text body) contains the whole body of a single unitary text, excluding any front or back matter.

 

<!ELEMENT body - O ((%m.divtop;)*,
          (
              ( divGen*, (
              (div, (div|divGen)*) |
              (div0, (div0|divGen)*) |
              (div1, (div1|divGen)*) )
              )
              | ( (%component)+,
                  (divGen*, (
                    (div, (div|divGen)*) |
                    (div0, (div0|divGen)*) |
                    (div1, (div1|divGen)*) )?
                  ))),
              (%m.divbot;)*) >
	 ((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, ((divGen*, ((div, (div | divGen)*) | 
	(div0, (div0 | divGen)*) | (div1, (div1 | divGen)*))) | 
	((ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | text | what 
	| enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl 
	| biblFull | bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label 
	| list | listBibl | note | stage)+, divGen*, ((div, (div 
	| divGen)*) | (div0, (div0 | divGen)*) | (div1, (div1 | 
	divGen)*))?)), (address | byline | closer | epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST body 
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	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "body" >

bold

contains text which is in a bold font

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: highlights

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT bold          - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

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<!ELEMENT bold - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >
*-->
<!ATTLIST bold

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        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "hi" >
*-->          id                 ID                  #IMPLIED
          n                  CDATA               #IMPLIED
          lang               IDREF               %INHERITED
          rend               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          TEIform            CDATA               'hi'           >

byline
contains the primary statement of responsibility given for a work on its title page or at the head or end of the work.

<byline>Written by a CITIZEN who continued all the
while in <place>London</place>. Never made publick before.</byline>

<byline>Written from her own MEMORANDUMS</byline>

<byline>By George Jones, Political Editor, in Washington
</byline>

<dateline>Zagreb:</dateline>
<byline>de notre envoy&eacute; sp&eacute;cial.</byline>

<byline>BY
<docAuth>THOMAS PHILIPOTT,</docAuth>
Master of Arts,
(Somtimes)
Of Clare-Hall in Cambridge.
</byline>

The byline on a title page may include either the name or a description for the document's author. Where the name is included, it may optionally be tagged using the <docAuth> element.

<!ELEMENT byline - O (%phrase.seq; | docAuthor)* > 
	((#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* 
	| docAuthor)* >


<!ATTLIST byline 
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	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "byline" >

catDesc
(category description) describes some category within a taxonomy or text typology, either in the form of a brief prose description or in terms of the situational parameters used by the TEI formal <textDesc>.

    <catDesc>Prose reportage

<catDesc>
    <textDesc n=novel>
     <channel mode=w>print; part issues
     <constitution type=single>
     <derivation type=original>
     <domain type=art><factuality type=fiction>
     <interaction type=none>
     <preparedness type=prepared>
     <purposes><purpose type=entertain degree=high>
              <purpose type=inform degree=medium>
     </purposes>
    </textDesc>
</catedesc>
<!ELEMENT catDesc - o (%phrase.seq; | textDesc) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST catDesc 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "catDesc" >

category
(category) contains an individual descriptive category, possibly nested within a superordinate category, within a user-defined taxonomy.

    <category id=B1><catDesc>Prose reportage</category>

    <category id=B1><catDesc>Prose
    <category id=B11><catDesc>reportage</category>
    <category id=B12><catDesc>fiction</category>
    </category>
<!ELEMENT category  - - (catDesc, category*) >

 <!ATTLIST category 
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
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	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "category" >

catRef
(category reference) specifies one or more defined categories within some taxonomy or text typology.

Attributes:

target identifies the categories concerned
Value: One or more identifiers for <category> elements defined in the current document.

scheme identifies the classification scheme within which the set of categories concerned is defined
Value: identifier of the associated <taxonomy> element.


    <catRef scheme= S1 target="BA C1">

The scheme attribute need be supplied only if more than one taxonomy has been declared

<!ELEMENT catRef  - o EMPTY > 


<!ATTLIST catRef 
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	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	target IDREFS #REQUIRED
	scheme IDREF #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "catRef" >

cell
contains one cell of a table.

Attributes:

role indicates the kind of information held in the cell.

Values:

label
labelling or descriptive information only.
data
data values.

The value specified overrides any default specified by the role attribute of the parent <row> element, for this cell only.

rows indicates the number of rows occupied by this cell.
Value: A number; a value greater than one indicates that this cell spans several rows.

Where several cells span several rows, it may be more convenient to use nested tables.

cols indicates the number of columns occupied by this cell.
Value: A number; a value greater than one indicates that this cell spans several columns.

Where an initial cell spans an entire row, it should be treated as a heading.


<row>
  <cell role=label>General conduct</cell>
  <cell role=data>Not satisfactory, on account of his great
       unpunctuality and inattention to duties</cell>
</row>

<!ELEMENT cell - O (%paraContent) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST cell 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	role CDATA data
	rows NUMBER 1
	cols NUMBER 1
	TEIform CDATA "cell" >

change
summarizes a particular change or correction made to a particular version of an electronic text which is shared between several researchers.

<change n="P2.2">
   <date>21 Dec 91 <respStmt><name>LB</><resp>ed.</></respStmt>
   <item>Added examples to section 3</>
</change>
<change>
   <date>11 Nov 91 <respStmt><name>LB</><resp>ed.</></respStmt>
   <item>Deleted chapter 10</>
</change>

Changes should be recorded in a consistent order, for example with the most recent first.

<!ELEMENT change - O (date, respStmt+, item) > 

<!ATTLIST change 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	next IDREF #IMPLIED
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "change" >

cit
A quotation from some other document, together with a bibliographic reference to its source.

<cit>
<quote>and the breath of the whale is frequently
attended with such an insupportable smell, as to
bring on disorder of the brain.
</quote>
<bibl>Ulloa's South America</bibl>
</cit>

Must contain a single quote and a single bibliographic reference in either order

<!ELEMENT cit - - ((q | quote) & (%m.bibl; | %m.loc;)) > 
<!ATTLIST cit 
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	TEIform CDATA "cit" >

classCode
(classCode) contains the classification code used for this text in some standard classification system.

Attributes:

scheme identifies the classification system or taxonomy in use.
Value: must identify a <taxonomy> element.


    <classCode scheme=DDC12>410
<!ELEMENT classCode  - - (%phrase.seq) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST classCode 
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	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	scheme IDREF #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "classCode" >

classDecl
(classification declarations) contains one or more taxonomies defining any classificatory codes used elsewhere in the text.

 

<!ELEMENT classDecl  - - (taxonomy+) > 
<!ATTLIST classDecl 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "classDecl" >

closer
groups together dateline, byline, salutation, and similar phrases appearing as a final group at the end of a division, especially of a letter.

 ...perhaps you will favour me with a sight
 of it when convenient.</p>
 <closer><salute>I remain, &amp;c. &amp;c.</salute>
  <signed>H. Colburn</signed>
 </closer>
 </div>

 ...and his heart was going like mad and yes
 I said yes I will Yes.</p>
 <closer>
  <dateline>
    <rs>Trieste-Z&uuml;rich-Paris,</rs>
    <date>1914-1921</date>
  </dateline>
 </closer>
 </div>
 </text>
<!ELEMENT closer - O (signed | dateline | salute | %phrase.seq;)*  > 
	(signed | dateline | salute | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender 
	| auth | place | person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef 
	| orgRef | shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num 
	| rs | time | add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan 
	| gap | orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | 
	unclear | uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | 
	distinct | emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled 
	| term | title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | 
	seg | formula | fw | handShift)*)* >


<!ATTLIST closer 
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	TEIform CDATA "closer" >


closing

contains the closing flourish of a letter (phrases like "I am Dear Sir yr most hbl and obt svt." )

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: common inter

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) add, addressee, argument, attestation, auth, body, bold, cell, closing, copyright, corr, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, docEdition, docketing, docref, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph, figDesc, foreign, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, org, orgRef, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, ps, q, ref, rendition, sCap, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, title, titlePart, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT closing       - O  (%paraContent;)                    >

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<!ELEMENT closing - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >
*-->
<!ATTLIST closing            %a.global;

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        TEIform CDATA "salute" >
*-->          TEIform            CDATA               'salute'       >

Equivalent, in TEI P3, to: <salute>


copyright

contains a standard copyright statement describing restrictions on copyrighted material.

Cf. <permissions> .

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: mepHeader

Date description: May contain the same elements as a paragraph.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) mepHeader
(Level L2:) mepHeader
(Level L3:) mepHeader

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT copyright     - O  (%paraContent)                     >

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<!ELEMENT copyright - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >
*-->
<!ATTLIST copyright          %a.global                          >

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*-->

corr
(correction) contains the correct form of a passage apparently erroneous in the copy text.

Attributes:

sic gives the original form of the apparent error in the copy text.
Value: any string of characters

  for his nose was as sharp as a pen, and
  <corr sic="a Table"> a' babbled</corr>
  of green fields.

resp (responsibility) signifies the editor or transcriber responsible for suggesting the correction held as the content of the <corr> element.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing, or encoding (see chapter ).

 

If the correction was made in the source, this attribute should be used to identify the hand of the corrector.

cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty ascribed to the correction held as the content of the <corr> element.

 

If all that is desired is to call attention to the fact that the copy text has been corrected, no attributes are required:

I don't know, Juan.  It's so far in the past now &mdash;
how <corr>can we</corr> prove or disprove anyone's theories?

It is also possible to provide a correct reading and to identify the individual responsible for the correction:

I don't know, Juan.  It's so far in the past now &mdash;
how <corr sic='we can' resp='MSM'>can we</corr> prove or
disprove anyone's theories?

The <corr> tag is a mirror of <sic>: the latter leaves the original text untouched, giving the correction as an attribute value; the former substitutes the correction, leaving the original reading as an attribute value. The choice between them is up to the encoder.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT corr - -  (%specialPara;) > 
	(((bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp), (ps | signed | salute | 
	closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)*) | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place 
	| person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | 
	shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time 
	| add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | 
	orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear 
	| uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct 
	| emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term 
	| title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula 
	| fw | handShift | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
	| what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
	| bibl | biblFull | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | 
	note | figure | stage | table | text)*) >


<!ATTLIST corr 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	sic CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp CDATA #IMPLIED
	cert CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "corr" >

creation
contains information about the creation of a text.

<creation><date>Before 1987</date>
<creation><date value='1988-07-10'>10 July 1988</date>

The <creation> element may be used to record details of a text's creation, e.g. the date and place it was composed, if these are of interest; it should not be confused with the <publicationStmt> element, which records date and place of publication.

Character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT creation - o (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST creation 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "creation" >

damage
contains an area of damage to the text witness.

Attributes:

type classifies the damage according to any convenient typology.
Value: any phrase describing the damage, e.g. "faded", "overbound", "water", "charred with loss of paper".

 

extent indicates approximately how much text is in the damaged area, in letters, minims, inches, or any appropriate unit, where this cannot be deduced from the contents of the tag. For example, the damage may span structural divisions in the text so that the tag must then be empty of content.
Value: any measurement phrase, e.g. "25 letters", "2 x 3\ninches".

 

resp indicates the individual responsible for identifying the area of damage.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 

hand In the case of damage (deliberate defacement, etc.) assignable to an identifiable hand, signifies the hand responsible for the damage.
Value: must be one of the hand identifiers declared in the document header (see section ).

 

agent In the case of damage resulting from an identifiable cause, signifies the causative agent.
Value: any prose description of the agency of damage.

 

degree Signifies the degree of damage according to a convenient scale. The <damage> tag with the degree attribute should only be used where the text may be read with some confidence; text supplied from other sources should be tagged as <supplied>.
Value: an alphanumeric categorization of the degree of damage, as "40%".

 

The <damage> tag with the degree attribute should only be used where the text may be read with confidence despite the damage. It is appropriate where it is desired to record the fact of damage, though this has not affected the readability of the text (as may be the case with weathered inscriptional materials). Where the damage has rendered the text more or less illegible either the <unclear> tag (for partial illegibility) or the <omit> tag (for complete illegibility, with no text supplied) should be used, with the information concerning the damage given in the attribute values of these tags. See section for discussion of the use of these tags in particular circumstances.


 

Since damage to text witnesses frequently makes them harder to read, the <damage> element will often contain an <unclear> element. If the damaged area is not continuous in the text (e.g. a stain on one side of a page), the <join> element may be used to indicate which <damage> and <unclear> elements are part of the same physical phenomenon.

The <damage>, <omit>, <del>, <unclear> and <supplied> elements may be closely allied in use. See section for discussion of which element is appropriate for which circumstance.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT damage - O  (%paraContent;) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST damage 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	extent CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp IDREF #IMPLIED
	hand IDREF #IMPLIED
	agent CDATA #IMPLIED
	degree CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "damage" >

date
contains a date in any format.

Attributes:

calendar indicates the system or calendar to which the date belongs.
Value: Recommended values include: Gregorian, Julian, Roman, Mosaic, Revolutionary, Islamic.

He was born on <date calendar=Gregorian>Feb. 22,
1732</date> (<date calendar=Julian
value='1732-2-22'>Feb. 11, 1731/32, O.S.</date>).

value gives the value of the date in some standard form, usually yyyy-mm-dd.
Value: Any string representing a date in standard format; recommended form is "yyyy-mm-dd", as defined by ISO 8601: 1988, Data elements and interchange formats --- Information interchange --- Representation of dates and times.

This list begins in the year 1632, more precisely
on Trinity Sunday, i.e. the Sunday after Pentecost,
in that year the <date calendar=Julian value=1632-6-6>
27th of May (old style)</date>.

For simple dates, the value should give the Gregorian date in the form (yyyy-mm-dd) specified by ISO 8601. More complicated dates or special applications may require another calendar or another form; these should be documented in the <stdVals> element in the TEI Header.

certainty indicates the degree of precision to be attributed to the date.
Value: Any appropriate value, e.g. ca., approx, after, before.


<date value='1980-02' certainty=approx>early February 1980</date>

Given on the <date value='1977-06-12'>Twelfth Day of June
in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and
Seventy-seven of the Republic the Two Hundredth and first
and of the University the Eighty-Sixth.</date>

<date value='1990-09'>September 1990</date>

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT date - -  (%phrase.seq;) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST date 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	calendar CDATA #IMPLIED
	value CDATA #IMPLIED
	certainty CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "date" >

dateline
contains a brief description of the place, date, time, etc. of production of a letter, newspaper story, or other work, prefixed or suffixed to it as a kind of heading or trailer.

<dateline>Walden, this 29. of August 1592</dateline>

 ...and his heart was going like mad and yes
 I said yes I will Yes.</p>
 <closer>
  <dateline>
    <name type=place>Trieste-Z&uuml;rich-Paris,</>
    <date>1914-1921</date>
  </dateline>
 </closer>
 </div>
 </text>
<!ELEMENT dateline - O (date | time | name | #PCDATA | address)* > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST dateline 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "dateline" >

del
(deletion) contains a letter, word or passage deleted, marked as deleted, or otherwise indicated as superfluous or spurious in the copy text by an author, scribe, annotator or corrector.

Attributes:

rend (rendition) indicates how the deletion was indicated in the copy text.

Values:

subpunction
dots below the line indicate matter to be deleted.
overstrike
lines through the text indicated matter to be deleted.
erasure
material to be deleted has been erased (but remains legible enough to transcribe).
bracketed
brackets around the material indicate that it is spurious or superfluous.
 

type classifies the type of deletion using any convenient typology.
Value: any string identifying the class of deletion.

 

No recommendation of any particular typology is made here; to record the manner in which the deletion is signaled, use rend, not type.

status may be used to indicate faulty deletions, e.g. strikeouts which include too much or too little text.
Value: any description of flaws in the marking of a deletion, e.g. "excess left", "excess right", "short left", "short\nright".

 

Status information on each deletion is needed rather rarely except in critical editions from authorial manuscripts.

resp (responsible) signifies the editor or transcriber responsible for identifying the hand of the deletion.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 

cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty ascribed to the identification of the hand of the deletion.

 

hand signifies the hand of the agent which made the deletion.
Value: must be one of the hand identifiers declared in the document header (see section ).

 

<l><del type=overtyped>Mein</del> Frisch
   <del type=overstrike>schwebt</del> weht der Wind

Cf. <gap>.

Degrees of uncertainty over what can still be read may be indicated by use of the <certainty> element (see ).

This element should be used for deletion of shorter sequences of text, typically single words or phrases. The <delSpan> element should be used for longer sequences of text, for those containing structural subdivisions, and for those containing overlapping additions and deletions.

The text deleted must be at least partially legible, in order for the encoder to be able to transcribe it. If it is not legible at all, the <del> tag should not be used. Rather, the <gap> tag should be employed to signal that text cannot be transcribed, with the value of the reason attribute giving the cause for the omission from the transcription as deletion. If it is not fully legible, the <unclear> element (available when using the additional tagset for transcription of primary sources) should be used to signal the areas of text which cannot be read with confidence. See further sections and, for the close association of the <del> tag with the <gap>, <damage>, <unclear> and <supplied> elements (the latter three tags available when using the additional tagset for transcription of primary sources), .

The <del> tag should not be used for deletions made by editors or encoders. In these cases, either the <corr> tag or the <gap> tag should be used.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT del - -  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST del 
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	status CDATA "unremarkable"
	resp IDREF #IMPLIED
	cert CDATA #IMPLIED
	hand IDREF #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "del" >

delSpan
(deleted span of text) marks the beginning of a longer sequence of text deleted, marked as deleted, or otherwise signaled as superfluous or spurious by an author, scribe, annotator, or corrector.

Attributes:

type classifies the deletion, using any convenient typology.

Values:

overstrike
deletion indicated by line crossing out the text.
erasure
deletion indicated by erasure of the text.
bracketed
deletion indicated by brackets in the text or margin.
subpunction
deletion indicated by dots beneath the letters deleted.
 

resp (responsible) signifies the editor or transcriber responsible for identifying the hand of the deletion.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 

cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty ascribed to the identification of the hand of the deletion.

 

hand signifies the hand of the agent which made the deletion.
Value: must be one of the hand identifiers declared in the document header (see section ).

 

to identifies the endpoint of the deleted passage, by giving the ID of an <anchor> or other element placed there.
Value: any valid SGML identifier, used on a later element.

 

Both the beginning and the end of the deleted material must be marked; the beginning by the <delSpan> element itself, the end by the to attribute. The element pointed at by to is understood to be included within the deleted passage.

status indicates whether the deletion is faulty, e.g. by including too much or too little text.

Values:

excess start
some text at the beginning of the deletion is marked as deleted even though it clearly should not be deleted.
excess end
some text at the end of the deletion is marked as deleted even though it clearly should not be deleted.
short start
some text at the beginning of the deletion is not marked as deleted even though it clearly should be.
short end
some text at the end of the deletion is not marked as deleted even though it clearly should be.
unremarkable
the deletion is not faulty.
 

Marking a deletion as faulty is inescapably an interpretive act; the usual test applied in practice is the linguistic acceptability of the text with and without the letters or words in question.


<p>Paragraph partially deleted.  This is the undeleted
portion <delSpan resp=author to=a23>and this the deleted
portion of the paragraph.
<p>Paragraph deleted together with neighboring material.
<p>Second fully deleted paragraph.
<p>Paragraph partially deleted; in the middle of this
paragraph the deletion ends and the anchor point marks
the resumption <anchor id=a23> of the text. ...

Both the beginning and ending of the deleted sequence must be marked: the beginning by the <delSpan> element, the ending by the target of the to attribute.

The text deleted must be at least partially legible, in order for the encoder to be able to transcribe it. If it is not legible at all, the <delSpan> tag should not be used. Rather, the <gap> tag should be employed to signal that text cannot be transcribed, with the value of the reason attribute giving the cause for the omission from the transcription as deletion. If it is not fully legible, the <unclear> element should be used to signal the areas of text which cannot be read with confidence. See further sections and, for the close association of the <delSpan> tag with the <gap>, <damage>, <unclear> and <supplied> elements, .

The <delSpan> tag should not be used for deletions made by editors or encoders. In these cases, either the <corr> tag or the <gap> tag should be used.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT delSpan - O  EMPTY > 
<!ATTLIST delSpan 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp IDREF #IMPLIED
	cert CDATA #IMPLIED
	hand IDREF #IMPLIED
	to IDREF #REQUIRED
	status CDATA "unremarkable"
	TEIform CDATA "delSpan" >

distinct
(distinct) identifies any word or phrase which is regarded as linguistically distinct, for example as archaic, technical, dialectal, non-preferred, etc., or as forming part of a sublanguage.

Attributes:

type specifies the sublanguage or register to which the word or phrase is being assigned
Value: a semi-open user-defined list

time specifies how the phrase is distinct diachronically
Value: a semi-open user-defined list

space specifies how the phrase is distinct diatopically
Value: a semi-open user-defined list

social specifies how the phrase is distinct diastatically
Value: a semi-open user-defined list


Next morning a boy in that dormitory confided to his
bosom friend, a <distinct type=ps_slang>fag</distinct> of
Macrea's, that there was trouble in their midst which
King <distinct type=archaic>would fain</distinct> keep
secret.

&#  9;<!-- need another example -->

<!ELEMENT distinct - - (%phrase.seq;) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST distinct 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	time CDATA #IMPLIED
	space CDATA #IMPLIED
	social CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "distinct" >

distributor
supplies the name of a person or other agency responsible for the distribution of a text.

<distributor>Oxford Text Archive
<distributor>Redwood and Burn Ltd

<!ELEMENT distributor - o (%phrase.seq;) >
	 (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST distributor 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "distributor" >

div
(text division) contains a subdivision of the front, body, or back of a text.

<body>
<div type=part><head>Fallacies of Authority</head>
<epigraph>The subject of which is Authority in
various shapes, and the object, to repress all
exercise of the reasoning faculty.</epigraph>
  <div type=chapter n=1><head>The Nature of Authority</head>
  <p>With reference to any proposed measures
  having for their object the greatest happiness
  of the greatest number....
     <div type=section n='1.1'><head>Analysis of Authority
      <p>What on any given occasion is the legitimate
      weight or influence to be attached to authority
      <!-- ... -->
     </div>
     <div type=section n='1.2'><head>Appeal to Authority,
        in What Cases Fallacious.
      <p>Reference to authority is open to the charge of
      fallacy when...
      <!-- ... -->
     </div>
     <!-- other sections here -->
   </div>
   <div type=chapter n=2>
   <!-- other chapters here -->
   </div>
</div>
<!-- other parts here -->
</body>

any sequence of low-level structural elements, possibly grouped into lower subdivisions.

<!ELEMENT div - O ((%m.divtop;)*,
              ((div | divGen)+
              | ((%component;)+, (div | divGen)*)), (%m.divbot;)*) >
	 ((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, ((div | divGen)+ | ((ps | signed | salute 
	| closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)+, (div | divGen)*)), (address | byline | closer 
	| epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST div 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "div" >

div0
(level-0 text division) contains the largest possible subdivision of the body of a text.

<div0 n=I id='LEVI' type=part>
   <head>Part I: Of Man </head>
   <div1 n='1' id='LEVI1' type=chapter>
     <head>Chap. I. Of Sense </head>
     <p>Concerning the Thoughts of man...
   </div1>
    <!-- further chapters here -->
</div0>
<div0 n=II id=LEVII type=part>
   <head>Part II: Of Common-Wealth</head>
   <!-- ... -->
</div0>

any sequence of low-level structural elements, possibly grouped into lower subdivisions.

<!ELEMENT div0 - O ((%m.divtop;)*, ( (div1 | divGen)+
              | ( (%component;)+, (div1 | divGen)*)),
              (%m.divbot;)*) > 
	((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, ((div1 | divGen)+ | ((ps | signed | salute 
	| closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)+, (div1 | divGen)*)), (address | byline | closer 
	| epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST div0 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "div0" >

div1
(level-1 text division) contains a first-level subdivision of the front, body, or back of a text (the largest, if <div0> is not used, the second largest if it is).

<div1 n=I id='LEVI' type=part>
   <head>Part I: Of Man </head>
   <div2 n='1' id='LEVI1' type=chapter>
     <head>Chap. I. Of Sense </head>
     <p>Concerning the Thoughts of man...
   </div2>
    <!-- further chapters here -->
</div1>
<div1 n=II id=LEVII type=part>
   <head>Part II: Of Common-Wealth</head>
   <!-- ... -->
</div1>

any sequence of low-level structural elements, possibly grouped into lower subdivisions.

<!ELEMENT div1 - O ((%m.divtop;)*, ( (div2 | divGen)+
              | ((%component;)+, (div2 | divGen)*)),
              (%m.divbot;)*) > 
	((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, ((div2 | divGen)+ | ((ps | signed | salute 
	| closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)+, (div2 | divGen)*)), (address | byline | closer 
	| epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST div1 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "div1" > 

div2
(level-2 text division) contains a second-level subdivision of the front, body, or back of a text.

<div1 n=2 type=part><head>The Second Partition:
              The Cure of Melancholy</head>
  <div2 n=2.1 type=section>
    <div3 n=2.1.1 type=member>
      <div4 n=2.1.1.1 type=subsection>
        <head>Unlawful Cures rejected.</head>
        <p>Inveterate melancholy, howsoever it may seem to
         be a continuate, inexorable disease, hard to be
         cured, accompanying them to their graves most part
         (as <ref target=A>Montanus</ref> observes), yet many
         times it may be helped...&#  9;
      <!-- ... -->
  </div2>
  <div2 n=2.2>
   <div3 n=2.2.1><head>Sect. II. Memb. I</head>
      <!-- ... -->
  </div2>
  <div2 n=2.3>
   <div3 n=2.3.1><head>Sect. III. Memb. I</head>
     <!-- ... -->
  </div2>

any sequence of low-level structural elements, possibly grouped into lower subdivisions.

<!ELEMENT div2 - O ((%m.divtop;)*, ( (div3 | divGen)+
              | ((%component;)+, (div3 | divGen)*)),
              (%m.divbot;)*) > 
	((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, ((div3 | divGen)+ | ((ps | signed | salute 
	| closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)+, (div3 | divGen)*)), (address | byline | closer 
	| epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST div2 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "div2" >

div3
(level-3 text division) contains a third-level subdivision of the front, body, or back of a text.

  <div2 n=2.2 type=section>
   <div3 n=2.2.1 type=member><head>Sect. II. Memb. I</head>
        <!-- ... -->
   <div3 n=2.2.2 type=member><head>Memb. II
        Retention and Evacuation rectified.</head>
       <!-- ... -->
   <div3 n=2.2.3 type=member><head>Memb. III
        Ayr rectified. With a digression of the Ayr.</head>
       <!-- ... -->
   </div2>

any sequence of low-level structural elements, possibly grouped into lower subdivisions.

<!ELEMENT div3 - O ((%m.divtop;)*, ( (div4 | divGen)+
              | ((%component;)+, (div4 | divGen)*)),
              (%m.divbot;)*) > 
	((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, ((div4 | divGen)+ | ((ps | signed | salute 
	| closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)+, (div4 | divGen)*)), (address | byline | closer 
	| epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST div3 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "div3" > 

div4
(level-4 text division) contains a fourth-level subdivision of the front, body, or back of a text.

 
<div3 n=2.2.1><head>Sect. II. Memb. I</head>
 <div4 n=2.2.1.1 type=subsection>
  <head>Subsect I. -- Dyet rectified in substance.</head>
  <p>Diet, <term lang=GRK>diaitotiku</term>,
  <term lang=LAT>victus</term>  or living
  <!-- ... -->
 </div4>
 <div4 n=2.2.2.1 type=subsection>
  <head>Subsect II. -- Dyet rectified in quantity.</head>
  <p>Man alone, saith Cardan, eates and drinks without
  appetite, and useth all his pleasures without necessity
  <!-- ... -->
 </div4>
</div3>

any sequence of low-level structural elements, possibly grouped into lower subdivisions.

<!ELEMENT div4 - O ((%m.divtop;)*, ( (div5 | divGen)+
              | ((%component;)+, (div5 | divGen)*)),
              (%m.divbot;)*) > 
	((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, ((div5 | divGen)+ | ((ps | signed | salute 
	| closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)+, (div5 | divGen)*)), (address | byline | closer 
	| epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST div4 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "div4" >

div5
(level-5 text division) contains a fifth-level subdivision of the front, body, or back of a text.

<!-- see examples for higher level divisions -->

any sequence of low-level structural elements, possibly grouped into lower subdivisions.

<!ELEMENT div5 - O ((%m.divtop;)*, ( (div6 | divGen)+
              | ((%component;)+, (div6 | divGen)*)),
              (%m.divbot;)*) >
	 ((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, ((div6 | divGen)+ | ((ps | signed | salute 
	| closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)+, (div6 | divGen)*)), (address | byline | closer 
	| epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST div5 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "div5" > 

div6
(level-6 text division) contains a sixth-level subdivision of the front, body, or back of a text.

<!-- see examples for higher level divisions -->

any sequence of low-level structural elements, possibly grouped into lower subdivisions.

<!ELEMENT div6 - O ((%m.divtop;)*, ((div7 | divGen)+
              | ((%component;)+, (div7 | divGen)*)),
              (%m.divbot;)*) >
	 ((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, ((div7 | divGen)+ | ((ps | signed | salute 
	| closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)+, (div7 | divGen)*)), (address | byline | closer 
	| epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST div6 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "div6" >

div7
(level-7 text division) contains the smallest possible subdivision of the front, body or back of a text, larger than a paragraph.

<!-- see examples for higher level divisions -->

any sequence of low-level structural elements, possibly grouped into lower subdivisions.

<!ELEMENT div7 - O ((%m.divtop;)*, (%component;)+, (%m.divbot;)*) > 
	((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, (ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
	| text | what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | 
	docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | stage)+, (address 
	| byline | closer | epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST div7 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "div7" >

divGen
(automatically generated text division) indicates the location at which a textual division generated automatically by a text-processing application is to appear.

Attributes:

type specifies what type of generated text division (e.g. index, table of contents, etc.) is to appear.

Values:

index
an index is to be generated and inserted at this point.
toc
a table of contents
figlist
a list of figures
tablist
a list of tables
 

Valid values are application-dependent; those shown are of obvious utility in document production, but are by no means exhaustive.


One use for this element is to allow document preparation software to generate an index and insert it in the appropriate place in the output. The example below assumes that the index attribute on the <index> element has been used to specify index entries for multiple indices, 1 and 2.

<back>
<div1><head>Bibliography</head>
<listBibl> ... </listBibl>
<divGen type='index 1' n='Index Nominum'>
<divGen type='index 2' n='Index Rerum'>
</back>

Another use for <divGen> is to specify the location of an automatically produced table of contents:

<front>
<titlePage> ... </titlePage>
<divGen type='toc'>
<div><head>Preface</head>
<p> ...
</front>

This element is intended primarily for use in document production or manipulation, rather than in the transcription of pre-existing materials; it makes it easier to specify the location of indices, tables of contents, etc., to be generated by text preparation or word processing software. The n attribute should be used to give a title for the text division being generated.

Empty.

<!ELEMENT divGen - O  EMPTY >
<!ATTLIST divGen 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "divGen" >

doc (document)

contains a single historical document, possibly including enclosures, and associated editorial matter.

The <doc> element may be an independent SGML document, and form the basic unit of processing:

<doc>
  <mepHeader>
    <idno>...</idno>
    <sender>Samuel L. Clemens</sender>
    <!-- ... -->
  </mepHeader>
  <head>To <addressee>Mary E. (Mollie) Clemens</addressee></head>
  <head>8 August 1872 (2d of 2) New Saybrook, Conn.</head>
  <docbody>
    <dateline>Fenwick 8<sup>th</sup></dateline>
    <salute>Dear Mollie&mdash;</salute>
    <p>Please send the Enclosed check to Kellogg & Co.</p>
    <p>All well.  I am going to England in a week from now.</p>
    <closing>Ys</closing>
    <signed>Sam</signed>
  </docbody>
</doc>

The <doc> element may also occur within a series of documents. In some methods of working with documentary editions, an entire edition, or an entire volume, is a single SGML document.

<tei.2>     <!-- volume 19 -->
  <teiHeader> <!-- header for volume ... --> </teiHeader>
  <text>
    <front> ... </front>
    <docGroup>
      <docGroup>
        <edFront>
          <head>Locating the Federal District</head>
          <list> ... </list> <!-- contents of group -->
          <div type='ednote'>
            <head>Editorial Note</head>
            <epigraph> ...</epigraph>
            <p>In the fall of 1790 ...</p>
            ...
          </div>
        </edFront>
        <doc> <!-- I James Madison's Advice ... -->
          <mepHeader>...</mepHeader>
          <docBody> ... </docBody>
        </doc>
        <doc> <!-- II The President to the Secretary of State -->
          <mepHeader>...</mepHeader>
          <docBody> ... </docBody>
        </doc>
        <doc> <!-- III The President to the Secretary of State -->
          <mepHeader>...</mepHeader>
          <docBody> ... </docBody>
        </doc>
        <doc> <!-- IV Daniel Carroll to the Secretary of State -->
          <mepHeader>...</mepHeader>
          <docBody> ... </docBody>
        </doc>
        ...
      </docGroup>
    </docGroup>
    <back>
    ...
    </back>
  </text>
</tei.2>

The <doc> element is used in the data capture format; in the archival DTD, the <document> element is used to contain a single historical document.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Date description: Must contain one document, together with attached editorial material: a header describing the document's identity and repository information, followed by a <docBody> element containing the transcribed document itself; the <docBody> element may optionally be preceded and followed by editorial front and back matter.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) docGroup,
(Level L2:) docGroup,
(Level L3:) docGroup

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, dateline, docBody, enclosure, endNote, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, lb, lb***, mepHeader, milestone, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, text, title*,
(Level L2:) date*, dateline, docBody, enclosure, endNote, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, lb, lb***, mepHeader, milestone, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, text, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, byline, date*, dateline, docAuthor, docBody, docDate, enclosure, endNote, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, index, index***, lb, lb***, mepHeader, milestone, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, note, notes*, org*, pb, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote, supplied*, teiHeader, text, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT doc           - -  ((teiHeader | mepHeader),
                             (%m.edFront)*,
                             (text | docBody),
                             enclosure*,
                             (%m.edBack)*)    +(index
                                               | lb
                                               | milestone
                                               | plink
                                               | pb)            >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT doc - - 
        ((teiHeader | mepHeader), (head | sourceNote | headNote 
        | note | dateline | byline | docAuthor | docDate)*, (text 
        | docBody), enclosure*, (note | sourceNote | endNote)*) 
         +(index | lb | milestone | plink | pb) >
*-->
<!ATTLIST doc          %a.global                                >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST doc 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

docAuthor (document author)

contains the name of the author of the document, as given on the title page (often but not always contained in a <byline> ).

 

The document author's name often occurs within a byline, but the <docAuthor> element may be used whether the <byline> element is used or not.

Part: TEI P3, base tag set (core)

Member of classes: tpparts divtop fmchunk mepHeader

Date description: May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) back, body, byline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, doc, docBody, edFront, enclosure, front, lg, mepHeader, ps, surrogate, titlePage

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, auth, author*, bold, corr, damage, date, del, delSpan, distinct, emph, extent*, figure*, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, lb***, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ptr, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, subscr, super, supplied, term, time, title, uLine, unclear, xptr, xref,

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT docAuthor - O (%phrase.seq;)  >
<!--* i.e. <!ELEMENT docAuthor - O (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* > *-->

Equivalent, in TEIP3, to: <docAuthor>

<!--* i.e. <!ATTLIST docAuthor ana IDREFS #IMPLIED corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED next IDREF #IMPLIED prev IDREF #IMPLIED id ID #IMPLIED n CDATA #IMPLIED lang IDREF #IMPLIED rend CDATA #IMPLIED TEIform CDATA "docAuthor" > *-->
docBody

encloses the body of a document.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) doc, enclosure, surrogate,
(Level L2:) doc, enclosure, surrogate,
(Level L3:) doc, enclosure, surrogate

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) address, date*, dateline, div, div0, div1, enclosure, extent*, figure*, head, idno*, l, label, lb***, lg, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, p, pb***, permissions*, place*, q, refs*, repository*, salute, series*, signed, sourceNote*, text, title*, what,
(Level L2:) address, date*, dateline, div, div0, div1, enclosure, extent*, figure*, head, idno*, l, label, lb***, lg, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, p, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, q, ref*, refs*, repository*, salute, series*, signed, sourceNote*, text, title*, what, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) address, addressee*, argument, attestation, author*, bibl, biblFull, bobIndex, byline, cit, closer, closing, date*, dateline, div, div0, div1, docAuthor, docDate, docketing, enclosure, endorsement, epigraph, extent*, figure*, head, idno*, index***, l, label, lb***, lg, list, listBibl, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, note, notes*, opener, org*, p, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ps, ptr*, q, ref*, refs*, repository*, salute, sender*, series*, signed, sourceNote*, sp, stage, supplied*, text, title*, trailer, what, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT docBody       - -  ((%m.divtop)*,
                             ( (div+ | div0+ | div1+)
                             | ( (%component)+,
                                 (div* | div0* | div1*))),
                             (%m.divbot)*)                      >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT docBody - - 
        ((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
        | head | opener)*, (div+ | div0+ | div1+ | ((ps | signed 
        | salute | closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | 
        listBibl | note | stage)+, (div* | div0* | div1*))), (address 
        | byline | closer | epigraph | trailer)*) >
*-->
<!ATTLIST docBody      %a.global                                >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST docBody 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

docDate
(document date) contains the date of a document, as given (usually) on a title page.

Attributes:

value gives the value of the date in a standard form.
Value: Any string representing a date in standard format; recommended form is "yyyy-mm-dd".

This list begins in the year 1632, more precisely
on Trinity Sunday, i.e. the Sunday after Pentecost,
in that year the <date type=Julian value=1632-6-6>
27th of May (old style)</date>.

For simple dates, the value should give the Gregorian date in the form (yyyy-mm-dd) specified by ISO 8601. More complicated dates or special applications may require another calendar or another form; these should be documented in the <std.vals> element in the TEI Header.


<docImprint>Oxford, Clarendon Press, <docDate>1987</></docImprint>

Cf. the general <date> element in the core tag set. This specialized element is provided for convenience in marking and processing the date of the documents, since it is likely to require specialized handling for many applications.

<!ELEMENT docDate - O (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST docDate 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	value CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "docDate" >

docEdition
(document edition) contains an edition statement as presented on a title page of a document.

<docEdition>The Third edition Corrected</>

Cf. the <edition> element of bibliographic citation. As usual, the shorter name has been given to the more frequent element.

<!ELEMENT docEdition - O (%paraContent;) > 
(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST docEdition 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "docEdition" >


docGroup

forms the body of an edition, volume, or sample; contains a series of <doc> or <docGroup> elements

<tei.2>     <!-- volume 19 -->
  <teiHeader> <!-- header for volume ... --> </teiHeader>
  <text>
    <front> ... </front>
    <docGroup>
      <docGroup>
        <edFront>
          <head>Locating the Federal District</head>
          <list> ... </list> <!-- contents of group -->
          <div type='ednote'>
            <head>Editorial Note</head>
            <epigraph> ...</epigraph>
            <p>In the fall of 1790 ...</p>
            ...
          </div>
        </edFront>
        <doc> <!-- I James Madison's Advice ... -->
          <mepHeader>...</mepHeader>
          <docBody> ... </docBody>
        </doc>
        <doc> <!-- II The President to the Secretary of State -->
          <mepHeader>...</mepHeader>
          <docBody> ... </docBody>
        </doc>
        <doc> <!-- III The President to the Secretary of State -->
          <mepHeader>...</mepHeader>
          <docBody> ... </docBody>
        </doc>
        <doc> <!-- IV Daniel Carroll to the Secretary of State -->
          <mepHeader>...</mepHeader>

          <docBody> ... </docBody>
        </doc>
        ...
      </docGroup>
    </docGroup>
    <back>
    ...
    </back>
  </text>
</tei.2>

The <docGroup> element is used to provide structure within a volume or within an edition, for series or for documents which share editorial apparatus.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Date description: May contain optional editorial front matter for the group, one or more documents or document surrogates (including image targets), and optional editorial back matter for the group.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) docGroup, text,
(Level L2:) docGroup, text,
(Level L3:) docGroup, text

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, doc, docGroup, edBack, edFront, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, surrogate, target, targets, title*,
(Level L2:) date*, doc, docGroup, edBack, edFront, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, surrogate, target, targets, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, doc, docGroup, edBack, edFront, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, supplied*, surrogate, target, targets, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT docGroup - - (edFront?, 
                        (document | surrogate 
                        | target | targets 
                        | docGroup)+, 
                        edBack?)                                   >
<!ATTLIST docGroup     %a.global                                >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST docGroup 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

docImprint
(document imprint) contains the imprint statement (place and date of publication, publisher name), as given (usually) at the foot of a title page.

<docImprint>Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1987</docImprint>

Imprints may be somewhat more complex:

<docImprint><pubPlace>London</pubPlace>
Printed for <name>E. Nutt</>,
at <pubPlace>Royal Exchange</>;
<name>J. Roberts</> in <pubPlace>wick-Lane</>;
<name>A. Dodd</> without <pubPlace>Temple-Bar</>;
and <name>J. Graves</> in <pubPlace>St. James's-street.</>
<date>1722.</>
</docImprint>

Cf. the <imprint> element of bibliographic citations. As with title, author, and editions, the shorter name is reserved for the element likely to be used more often.

<!ELEMENT docImprint - O (%phrase.seq | pubPlace | docDate | publisher)* > 
	((#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* 
	| pubPlace | docDate | publisher)* >


<!ATTLIST docImprint 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "docImprint" >

docketing

contains an administrative inscription on a document indicating its subject matter, schedule on a court docket, and/or disposition.

This element is intended for docketings in the narrow (legal) sense. For docketings in the larger sense, including any administrative annotations on (the back of) a document, use <endorsement> . For material certifying the authenticity of a copy or signature, use <attestation> .

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: common data inter

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) add, addressee, argument, attestation, auth, body, bold, cell, closing, copyright, corr, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, docEdition, docketing, docref, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph, figDesc, foreign, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, org, orgRef, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, ps, q, ref, rendition, sCap, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, title, titlePart, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref,

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT docketing     - O  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT docketing - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >
*-->
<!ATTLIST docketing          %a.global;

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST docketing 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "p" >
*-->          TEIform            CDATA               'p'            >


docptr

(in a back-of-the-book index) defines a reference to a particular historical document in the electronic edition, using the SGML identifier of that document or some element within that document.

This element is empty; in typical processing, it should be replaced by an appropriate document short-title, document number, etc. When the delivery software is not capable of replacing this element with an appropriate short title, the <docref> element may be used instead. The sole difference between <docptr> and <docref> is <docref> allows (and requires) that the form of the short-title be given explicitly in the electronic edition, while <docptr> allows (requires) it to be omitted, and supplied automatically at processing time.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: ixref

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) ixe

May directly contain: [None]

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT docptr        - O  EMPTY                              >
<!ATTLIST docptr             %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST docptr 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

docref

(in a back-of-the-book index) contains a reference to a particular historical document, in the form of a short-title, document number, etc.

In the following example, short titles consist of the sender, the addressee, and the date (with an abbreviation of SLC for Samuel L. Clemens, and with note numbers added when the reference is within a note, rather than within a document. Other forms of short title might be devised; there is not now any standard method of forming short titles for electronic indices.

  <ixe>
    <entry>China</entry>
    <docref>SLC to JH&HC Twichell, 19-22 Mar 1872, n2</docref> 
    <docref>SLC to W Reid, 3 Jan 1872, n2</docref>
  </ixe>
  <ixe>
    <entry><ship>China</ship></entry>
    <docref>SLC to Royal Humane Society, 20 Nov 1872, n3</docref>
  </ixe>
  <ixe>
    <entry><title>The Choice Humorous Works of Mark Twain</title>
      (1873, 1874)</entry>
    <docref>SLC to Editor of London <title>Spectator</title>, 
       20 Sep 1872, n7</docref>
  </ixe>

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: ixref

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) ixe

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref,

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT docref        - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT docref - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >
*-->
<!ATTLIST docref             %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST docref 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

docTitle (document title)

contains the title of a document, including all its constituents, as given on a title page.

 

Part: TEI P3, base tag set (core)

Member of classes: tpParts fmchunk mepHeader

Date description:

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) mepHeader, titlePage

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, supplied*, title*, titlePart, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT docTitle - O (titlePart+) >
<!ATTLIST docTitle 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "docTitle" >

edBack

contains editorial back matter for a single historical document or a group of historical documents.

<edBack>
  <sourceNote>MS (DLC:  Madison Papers) ...</sourceNote>
  <note type='commentary'>
    <p>This document came to be attributed to TJ ...</p>
    <p>For searching various series ...</p>
  </note>
  <note n=1 target=N1>The text of this query ... </note>
</edBack>

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Date description: May contain prose paragraphs organized into sections (using the <div> or <div1> elements) or else one or more source notes or end notes.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) docGroup,
(Level L2:) docGroup,
(Level L3:) docGroup

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, div, div1, endNote, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, title*,
(Level L2:) date*, div, div1, endNote, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, div, div1, endNote, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, note, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote, supplied*, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT edBack        - O  ( (%m.edBack;)+
                             | (%n.div;)+
                             | (%n.div1;)+ )                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT edBack - O 
        ((note | sourceNote | endNote)+ | div+ | div1+) >
*-->
<!ATTLIST edBack             %a.global;

<!--* i.e. 
<!ATTLIST edBack 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "back" >
*-->                             %a.declaring;
          TEIform            CDATA               'back'         >

edFront

contains editorial front matter for a single historical document or a group of historical documents.

<edFront>
  <head>Locating the Federal District</head>
  <list> ... </list> <!-- contents of group -->
  <div type='ednote'>
    <head>Editorial Note</head>
    <epigraph> ...</epigraph>
    <p>In the fall of 1790 ...</p>
    ...
  </div>
</edFront>

The editorial front matter for a single document will often contain just a heading and a dateline.

<edFront>
      <head>James Madison's Advice ...</head>
      <dateline><date>[Before 19 Aug. 1790]</date></dateline>
    </edFront>

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: declaring

Date description: May contain prose paragraphs grouped into sections ( <div> or <div1> elements), or else a series of one or more headings, source notes, head notes, generic notes, datelines, or bylines.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) docGroup,
(Level L2:) docGroup,
(Level L3:) docGroup

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, dateline, div, div1, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, title*,
(Level L2:) date*, dateline, div, div1, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, byline, date*, dateline, div, div1, docAuthor, docDate, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, note, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote, supplied*, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT edFront       - O  ( (%m.edFront;)+
                             | (%n.div;)+
                             | (%n.div1;)+ )                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT edFront - O 
        ((head | sourceNote | headNote | note | dateline | byline 
        | docAuthor | docDate)+ | div+ | div1+) >

*-->
<!ATTLIST edFront            %a.global;
                             %a.declaring;
          TEIform            CDATA               'front'        >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST edFront 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "front" >
*-->

edition
(Edition) describes the particularities of one edition of a text.

<edition>First edition <date>Oct 1990</date>
<edition n='S2'>Students' edition

<!ELEMENT edition - o (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST edition 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "edition" >

editionStmt
(edition statement) groups information relating to one edition of a text.

<editionStmt>
  <edition n=S2>Students' edition</edition>
  <respStmt>
    <resp>Adapted by </resp><name>Elizabeth Kirk</name>
  </respStmt>
</editionStmt>

<editionStmt><p>First edition, <date>Michaelmas Term, 1991.</date>
</editionStmt>

<!ELEMENT editionStmt - o ( (edition, respStmt*) | p+ ) >
<!ATTLIST editionStmt 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "editionStmt" > 

editor
(editor) secondary statement of responsibility for a bibliographic item, for example the name of an individual, institution or organization, (or of several such) acting as editor, compiler, translator, etc.

Attributes:

role specifies the nature of the intellectual responsibility
Value: semi-open list (examples might include: translator, editor, compiler, illustrator, etc.)


<editor>Eric Johnson
<editor role=illustrator>John Tenniel

Particularly where cataloguing is likely to be based on the content of the header, it is advisable to use generally recognized authority lists for the exact form of personal names.

A consistent format should be adopted

<!ELEMENT editor - o (%phrase.seq) > 
(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST editor 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	role CDATA editor
	TEIform CDATA "editor" >

editorialDecl
(editorial practice declaration) provides details of editorial principles and practices applied during the encoding of a text.

<editorialDecl id=E2>
  <normalization source=W9>
  <p>All words converted to Modern American spelling using
    Websters 9th Collegiate dictionary
  <quotation marks=all form=std>
  <p>All opening quotation marks converted to &odq; all closing
    quotation marks converted to &cdq;.
</editorialDecl>

<!ELEMENT editorialDecl - o ( p+ | ((correction | normalization
       | quotation | hyphenation | interpretation
       | segmentation | stdVals)+, p*)) > 
<!ATTLIST editorialDecl 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "editorialDecl" >

emph
(emphasized) marks words or phrases which are stressed or emphasized for linguistic or rhetorical effect.

You took the car and did <emph>what</emph>?!!

<q>What it all comes to is this,</q> he said. <q><emph>What
does Christopher Robin do in the morning nowadays?</emph></q>

free prose

<!ELEMENT emph - -  (%paraContent;) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST emph 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "emph" > 


enclosure

contains a historical document enclosed within another historical document.

Enclosures are often treated as independent documents, appearing in a chronological sequence at their own date, rather than at the date of the containing document. When enclosures are treated as independent documents, they should be tagged with the <doc> element; the <enclosure> element is used only when the enclosure is to be treated as (a special) part of the enclosing document.

Structuralkly, enclosures are just like full documents; they may, for instance, have their own enclosures, and may even have their own editorial front and back matter.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: common inter

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, body, bold, cell, copyright, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, doc, docBody, enclosure, endNote, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, seg, subscr, super, title, uLine, what,
(Level L2:) add, body, bold, cell, copyright, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, doc, docBody, enclosure, endNote, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, seg, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref,
(Level L3:) add, addressee, argument, attestation, auth, body, bold, cell, closing, copyright, corr, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, doc, docBody, docEdition, docketing, docref, emph, enclosure, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph, figDesc, foreign, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, org, orgRef, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, ps, q, ref, rendition, sCap, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, title, titlePart, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, dateline, docBody, enclosure, endNote, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, text, title*,
(Level L2:) date*, dateline, docBody, enclosure, endNote, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, text, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, byline, date*, dateline, docAuthor, docBody, docDate, enclosure, endNote, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, note, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote, supplied*, text, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT enclosure     - -  ((%m.edFront)*,
                             (text | docBody),
                             enclosure*,
                             (%m.edBack)*)                      >
<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT enclosure - - 
        ((head | sourceNote | headNote | note | dateline | byline 
        | docAuthor | docDate)*, (text | docBody), enclosure*, (note 
        | sourceNote | endNote)*) >

*-->
<!ATTLIST enclosure          %a.global;
                             %a.declaring;
          TEIform            CDATA               'text'         >
<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST enclosure 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "text" >
*-->

encodingDesc
(Encoding description) documents the relationship between an electronic text and the source or sources from which it was derived.

 

<!ELEMENT encodingDesc - - (projectDesc*, samplingDecl*, editorialDecl*,
              tagsDecl?, refsDecl*, classDecl*, metDecl*, fsdDecl*,
              variantEncoding*, p*) > 
<!ATTLIST encodingDesc 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "encodingDesc" >

endNote

contains an end note (usually editorial) at the end of an historical document.

Attributes include:

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) doc, edBack, enclosure, surrogate,
(Level L2:) doc, edBack, enclosure, surrogate,
(Level L3:) doc, edBack, enclosure, surrogate

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, l, label, lb***, lg, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, p, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what,
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, l, label, lb***, lg, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, p, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref,
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bobIndex, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, l, label, lb***, lg, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, sp, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref,

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT endNote       - O  (%specialPara;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT endNote - O 
        (((bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp), (ps | signed | salute | 
        closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
        | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
        l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
        | stage)*) | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place 
        | person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | 
        shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time 
        | add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | 
        orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear 
        | uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct 
        | emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term 
        | title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula 
        | fw | handShift | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
        | what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
        | bibl | biblFull | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | 
        note | figure | stage | table | text)*) >

*-->
<!ATTLIST endNote
          id                 ID                  #IMPLIED
          lang               IDREF               %INHERITED
          rend               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          n                  CDATA               #IMPLIED
          type               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          resp               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          place              CDATA               'unspecified'
          anchored           (yes | no)          yes
          target             IDREFS              #IMPLIED
          targetEnd          IDREFS              #IMPLIED
          TEIform            CDATA               'note'         >

endorsement

contains an administrative inscription on a document indicating date received, etc. (not to be used where <docketing> or <attestation> applies).


This element is intended for docketings in the larger sense, which includes any administrative annotations on (the back of) a document. For docketings in the narrow legal sense, use <docketing> . For notes certifying the authenticity of a copy or signature, use <attestation> .

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: common data inter

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) add, addressee, argument, attestation, auth, body, bold, cell, closing, copyright, corr, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, docEdition, docketing, docref, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph, figDesc, foreign, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, org, orgRef, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, ps, q, ref, rendition, sCap, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, title, titlePart, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref,

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT endorsement   - O  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT endorsement - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST endorsement        %a.global;
          TEIform            CDATA               'p'            >


<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST endorsement 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "p" >
*-->

entry

contains the keyword or phrase of one entry of a conventional back-of-the-book index.

  <ixe>
    <entry>Cholmondeley, Mary</entry> 
    <pgref>434</pgref></ixe>
  <ixe type="correspondent">
    <entry>Cholmondeley, Reginald</entry>
    <pgref rend="bold" type="main-id">432-34</pgref>
    <pgref>522n2</pgref>
    <pgref>657<hi>illus</hi></pgref>
    <subs>
      <ixe><entry>letter to</entry> <pgref>434</pgref></ixe>
      <ixe><entry>letters by</entry> <pgref>432-34</pgref></ixe>
    </subs>
  </ixe>

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) ixe

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref,

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT entry         - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT entry - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST entry              %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST entry 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

epigraph
(epigraph) contains a quotation, anonymous or attributed, appearing at the start of a section or chapter, or on a title page.

<epigraph LANG=lat>
 <cit><bibl>Lucret.</bibl>
        <quote>
        <l part=f>petere inde coronam,</>
        <l>Vnde prius nulli velarint tempora Musae.</l>
        </quote>
 </cit>
</epigraph>
<!ELEMENT epigraph - - (%component.seq;) >
	(ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | text | what 
	| enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl 
	| biblFull | bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label 
	| list | listBibl | note | stage)* >


<!ATTLIST epigraph 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "epigraph" > 

extent
describes the approximate size of the electronic text as stored on some carrier medium, specified in any convenient units.

<extent>3200 sentences
<extent>between 10 and 20 Mb
<extent>ten 3.5 inch high density diskettes

<!ELEMENT extent - o (%phrase.seq; ) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST extent 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "extent" >

figDesc
(Description of Figure) contains a brief prose description of the appearance or content of a graphic figure, for use when documenting an image without displaying it.

 

This element is intended for use as an alternative to the content of its parent <figure> element; for example, to display when the image is required but the equipment in use cannot display graphic images. It may also be used for indexing or documentary purposes.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT figDesc - -  (%paraContent;) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST figDesc 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "figDesc" > 

figure
indicates the location of a graphic, illustration, or figure.

Attributes:

entity names the external entity within which the graphic image of the figure is stored.
Value: the entity name of some external entity declared either as a SUBDOC entity or as an entity using a non-SGML notation.

 

This attribute may be omitted if for some reason no electronic form of the image is provided.


<figure entity='Fig1'>
<head>Figure One: The View from the Bridge</head>
<figDesc>A Whistleresque view showing four
or five sailing boats in the foreground, and a
series of buoys strung out between them.</figDesc>
</figure>

The end-tag must be supplied, even if the element has no content.

<!ELEMENT figure - - (head?, p*, figDesc?, text?) > 
<!ATTLIST figure 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	entity ENTITY #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "figure" >

fileDesc
(File Description) contains a full bibliographic description of an electronic file.

 

The major source of information for those seeking to create a catalogue entry or bibliographic citation for an electronic file. As such, it provides a title and statements of responsibility together with details of the publication or distribution of the file, of any series to which it belongs, and detailed bibliographic notes for matters not addressed elswhere in the header. It also contains a full bibliographic description for the source or sources from which the electronic text was derived.

<!ELEMENT fileDesc - - (titleStmt,   editionStmt?,
               extent?,      publicationStmt,
               seriesStmt?, notesStmt?,
               sourceDesc+              ) > 


<!ATTLIST fileDesc 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "fileDesc" >

foreign
(foreign) identifies a word or phrase as belonging to some language other than that of the surrounding text.

Attributes:

lang (language) identifies the language of the word or phrase marked.
Value: contains a language code (associated with some writing system declaration) for the language in question; where applicable, the codes of ISO 639 should be used.

 

It is strongly recommended that the lang attribute be consistently specified on all <foreign> elements.


   This is heathen Greek to you still?
   Your <foreign lang=lat>lapis philosophicus</foreign>?

This element is intended for use only where no other element is available to mark the phrase or words concerned. The global lang attribute should be used in preference to this element where it is intended to mark the language of the whole of some text element.

The <distinct> element may be used to identify phrases belonging to sublanguages or registers not generally regarded as true languages.

free prose

<!ELEMENT foreign - - (%paraContent;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST foreign 
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "foreign" >

formula
contains a mathematical or other formula.

Attributes:

notation supplies the name of a previously defined notation used for the content of the element.
Value: The name of a notation for which a formal SGML notation declaration has been provided in the document type declaration.


 

The content model for this element is specified by the parameter entity formulaContent, the default value of which is "CDATA".

<!ELEMENT formula - - %formulaContent; > 
<!ATTLIST formula 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	notation CDATA #REQUIRED
	TEIform CDATA "formula" >

front
(front matter) contains any prefatory matter (headers, title page, prefaces, dedications, etc.) found before the start of a text proper.

The front matter of volume 19 of the Jefferson Papers would have a structure like this:

<front>
  <titlePage> ... </titlePage>
  <div type='tpverso'> <!-- copyright etc. ... --></div>
  <div type='dedication'> ... </div>
  <div type=''><head>Advisory Committee</head> ... </div>
  <div type='ack'><head>Acknowledgements</head> ... </div>
  <div type='section'><head>Guide to Editorial Apparatus</head>
     <div n='1'><head>Textual Devices</head> ... </div>
     <div n='2'><head>Descriptive Symbols</head> ... </div>
     <div n='3'><head>Location Symbols</head> ... </div>
     <div n='4'><head>Other Symbols and Abbreviations</head> ... </div>
     <div n='5'><head>Short Titles</head> ... </div>
  </div>
  <div type='toc'><head>Contents</head> ... </div>
  <div type='toc'><head>Illustrations</head> ... </div>
  <div type='chron'><head>Jefferson Chronology</head> ... </div>
</front>

This is a standard TEI element.

<!ELEMENT front - O (  (%m.front;)*,
                 (
                   ( (%m.fmchunk;), (%m.fmchunk; | titlePage)*)
                   |
                   ( (div), (div | (%m.front;) )*)
                   |
                   ( (div1), (div1 | (%m.front;) )*)
                 )?
              ) >

<!ATTLIST front 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "front" > 

funder
(Funding body) specifies the name of an individual, institution, or organization responsible for the funding of a project or text.

<funder>The National Endowment for the Humanities, an independent
        federal agency</>
<funder>Directorate General XIII of the Commission of the
        European Communities</>
<funder>The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation</>
<funder>The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada</>

Funders provide financial support for a project; they are distinct from sponsors, who provide intellectual support and authority.

Any string of characters.

<!ELEMENT funder - o ( %phrase.seq; ) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST funder 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "funder" >

fw
(forme work) contains a running head (e.g. a 'header', 'footer'), catchword, or similar material appearing on the current page.

Attributes:

type classifies the material encoded according to some useful typology.

Values:

header
a running title at the top of the page
footer
a running title at the bottom of the page
pag
a page number or foliation symbol
sig
a signature or gathering symbol
catch
a catch-word

place indicates where on the page this material appears.

Values:

top
top of the page.
bot
bottom of the page.
left
in left margin.
right
in right margin.


<fw type=sig place=bot>C3</fw>

Where running heads are consistent throughout a chapter or section, it is usually more convenient to relate them to the chapter or section, e.g. by use of the rend attribute. The <fw> element is intended for cases where the running head changes from page to page, or where details of page layout and the internal structure of the running heads, are of paramount importance.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT fw - O  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST fw 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	place CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "fw" >

gap (omitted material)

indicates a point where material has been omitted in a transcription, whether for editorial reasons described in the TEI header, as part of sampling practice, or because the material is illegible or inaudible.

Attributes include:

 

The <gap> , <unclear> , and <del> core tag elements may be closely allied in use with the <damage> and <supplied> elements, available when using the additional tagset for transcription of primary sources. See TEI P3 section 18.2.4, "Use of the Gap, Del, Damage, Unclear and Supplied Tags in Combination" for discussion of which element is appropriate for which circumstance.

Part: TEI P3, top tag set (core)

Member of classes: editincl

Date description: Empty.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what,
(Level L2:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref,
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain: [None]

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT gap - O EMPTY  >
<!ATTLIST gap 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        desc CDATA #IMPLIED
        reason CDATA #IMPLIED
        resp IDREF #IMPLIED
        hand IDREF #IMPLIED
        agent CDATA #IMPLIED
        extent CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "gap" >

gloss
identifies a phrase or word used to provide a gloss or definition for some other word or phrase.

Attributes:

target identifies the associated term element
Value: must be a valid identifier for some <term> &# 9;element in the current document


We may define <term rend=sc id=tdpv>discoursal point of view</term>
as <gloss target=tdpv>the relationship, expressed through discourse
structure, between the implied author or some other addresser,
and the fiction.</gloss>

free prose

<!ELEMENT gloss - -  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST gloss 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	target IDREF #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "gloss" >

hand
used in the header to define each distinct scribe or handwriting style.

Attributes:

hand identifier, either numeric or alphanumeric, used thereafter in the document to refer to this scribe or handwriting style.

 

This attribute is retained only for compatibility with P3 and may be withdrawn at a later version. Its use is deprecated; the id attribute should be used to supply a unique identifier for the hand; the n attribute may be used to supply an alternative (and possibly non-unique) name.

id identifier, either numeric or alphanumeric, used thereafter in the document to refer to this scribe or handwriting style.

 

scribe gives the name of, or other identifier for, the scribe.
Value: 'tremulous hand', 'hand b', 'Hoccleve'

 

style indicates recognized writing styles.
Value: 'secretary', 'copperplate', 'Chancery', 'Italian', etc.

 

lang (language) indicates dominant language of hand.
Value: 'Latin', 'English'

 

ink describes tint or type of ink, e.g. 'brown'. May also be used to indicate the writing medium, e.g. 'pencil',

 

character describes other characteristics of the hand, particularly those related to the quality of the writing.
Value: 'shaky', 'thick', 'regular'

 

first indicates the first scribe in the document.
Value: 'YES', 'NO'

 

resp (responsible) indicates the editor or transcriber responsible for identifying the hand.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 

 

The <hand> element is used in the header to define each unique hand, including unique scribes, distinguished by the encoder in the document. One such element must appear within the header for each hand distinguished in the text. Each location where a change of hands occurs is marked in the text by the <handShift> milestone element.

Empty.

<!ELEMENT hand - O  EMPTY > 

<!ATTLIST hand
          hand CDATA #IMPLIED
          id ID #REQUIRED
          scribe CDATA #IMPLIED
          style CDATA #IMPLIED
          lang CDATA #IMPLIED
          ink CDATA #IMPLIED
          character CDATA #IMPLIED
          first CDATA #IMPLIED
          resp CDATA %INHERITED >

handList
contains a series of <hand> elements listing the different hands of the source.

 

Contains a series of <hand> elements.

<!ELEMENT handList - O  (hand*) > 
<!ATTLIST handList 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "handList" >

handShift
marks the beginning of a sequence of text written in a new hand, or of a change in the scribe, writing style, ink or character of the document hand.

Attributes:

new identifies the new hand.
Value: must be one of the hand identifiers declared in the document header (see section ).

 

old identifies the old hand.
Value: must be one of the hand identifiers declared in the document header (see section ).

 

style indicates recognised writing styles
Value: 'secretary', 'copperplate', 'Chancery', 'Italian', etc.

 

ink describes colour of ink, e.g. 'brown'. May also be used to indicate the writing medium, e.g. 'pencil'

 

character used to describe other characteristics of the hand, particularly those related to the quality of the writing.
Value: 'shaky', 'thick', 'regular'

 

resp (responsible) signifies the editor or transcriber responsible for identifying the change of hand.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 

 

The <handShift> element may be used either to denote a shift in the document hand (as from one scribe to another, on one writing style to another). Or, it may indicate a shift within a document hand, as a change of writing style, character or ink

Empty.

<!ELEMENT handShift - O  EMPTY > 

<!ATTLIST handShift
          new IDREF #IMPLIED
          old IDREF #IMPLIED
          style CDATA #IMPLIED
          ink CDATA #IMPLIED
          character CDATA #IMPLIED
          resp IDREF %INHERITED >

head
(heading) contains any heading, for example, the title of a section, or the heading of a list or glossary.

Attributes:

type categorizes the heading in some way meaningful to the encoder.
Value: A set of user-defined keywords may be employed. Their significance should be documented in the header.


The most common use for the <head> element is to mark the headings of sections. In older writings, the headings or incipits may be rather longer than usual in modern works.&# 9;If a section has an explicit ending as well as a heading, it should be marked as a <trailer>, as in this example:

 <div1 name=book n='I'><head>In the name of Christ here begins
 the first book of the ecclesiastical history of Georgius
 Florentinus, known as Gregory, Bishop of Tours.</head>
 <div2><head>Chapter-Headings</head>
 <!-- list of chapter heads omitted ...  -->
 <div2><head>In the name of Christ here begins Book I of the
 history.</head>
 <p>Proposing as I do ...
 <p>From the Passion of our Lord until the death of Saint Martin
 four hundred and twelve years passed.
 <trailer>Here ends the first Book, which covers five thousand,
 five hundred and ninety-six years from the beginning of the
 world down to the death of Saint Martin.</trailer>
 </div2>
 </div1>

The <head> tag is also used to mark headings of other units, such as lists:

With a few exceptions, connectives are equally useful in
all kinds of discourse:  description, narration, exposition,
argument.
<list type=simple>
<head>Connectives</head>
<item>above
<item>accordingly
<item>across from
<item>adjacent to
<item>again
<item> ...
</list>

The <head> tag is used for headings at all levels; processing programs which treat (e.g.) chapter headings, section headings, and list titles differently must determine the proper processing of a <head> element based on its structural position. A <head> occurring as the first element of a list is the title of that list; one occurring as the first element of a <div1> is the title of that chapter or section.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT head - O (%paraContent;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST head 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "head" >

headNote

contains an editorial note at the beginning of an historical document

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) doc, edFront, enclosure, surrogate,
(Level L2:) doc, edFront, enclosure, surrogate,
(Level L3:) doc, edFront, enclosure, surrogate

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, l, label, lb***, lg, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, p, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what,
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, l, label, lb***, lg, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, p, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref,
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bobIndex, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, l, label, lb***, lg, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, sp, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT headNote      - O  (%specialPara;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT headNote - O 
        (((bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp), (ps | signed | salute | 
        closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
        | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
        l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
        | stage)*) | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place 
        | person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | 
        shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time 
        | add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | 
        orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear 
        | uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct 
        | emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term 
        | title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula 
        | fw | handShift | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
        | what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
        | bibl | biblFull | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | 
        note | figure | stage | table | text)*) >

*-->
<!ATTLIST headNote
          id                 ID                  #IMPLIED
          lang               IDREF               %INHERITED
          rend               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          n                  CDATA               #IMPLIED
          type               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          resp               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          place              CDATA               'unspecified'
          anchored           (yes | no)          yes
          target             IDREFS              #IMPLIED
          targetEnd          IDREFS              #IMPLIED
          TEIform            CDATA               'note'         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST headNote 
        id ID #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        resp CDATA #IMPLIED
        place CDATA "unspecified"
        anchored (yes | no) yes
        target IDREFS #IMPLIED
        targetEnd IDREFS #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "note" >
*-->

hi
(highlighted) marks a word or phrase as graphically distinct from the surrounding text, for reasons concerning which no claim is made.

Attributes:

rend (rendition) describes the rendition or presentation of the word or phrase highlighted.
Value: a set of keywords from some suitable vocabulary; no systematic recommendations for such a vocabulary are made by these Guidelines.

 

The rend attribute, though optional in general, is recommended on the <hi> element.


<hi rend=gothic>And this Indenture further witnesseth</hi>
that the said <hi rend=italic>Walter Shandy</hi>, merchant,
in consideration of the said intended marriage ...

free prose

<!ELEMENT hi - - (%paraContent;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST hi 
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "hi" >

Class Name: highlights

elements which denote various common styles of (typo)graphic highlighting

All the elements in this class are shorthand for the <hi> element with an appropriate value for the rend attribute. The element type <ital> is equivalent to <hi rend='ital'> , etc.

Styles of highlighting not foreseen may be handled with the <hi> element and an appropriate rend value (as in TEI P3).

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: hqphrase


idno
(identifying number) supplies any standard or non-standard number used to identify a bibliographic item.

Attributes:

type categorizes the number, for example as an ISBN or other standard series.
Value: A name or abbreviation indicating what type of identifying number is given (e.g. ISBN, LCCN).


<idno type=ISSN>0143-3385
<idno type=OTA>116

<!ELEMENT idno - o (#PCDATA) > 

<!ATTLIST idno 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "idno" >

imprint
groups information relating to the publication or distribution of a bibliographic item.

<imprint>Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1987
</imprint>
<imprint><pubPlace>Oxford</pubPlace>
        <publisher>Clarendon Press</publisher>
        <date>1987</date>
</imprint>

<!ELEMENT imprint - O (pubPlace | publisher | date | biblScope)* > 

<!ATTLIST imprint 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "imprint" >

index
(index entry) marks a location to be indexed for whatever purpose.

Attributes:

index (index number) indicates which index (of several) the index entry belongs to.
Value: any string of characters; valid values are application-dependent.

This attribute makes it possible to create multiple indices for a text.

level1 (first-level index entry) gives the form under which the index entry is to be made.
Value: any string of characters.

At least one level of entry is required.

level2 (second-level index entry) gives the second-level form, if any.
Value: any string of characters.

level3 (third-level index entry) gives the third-level form, if any.
Value: any string of characters.

level4 (fourth-level index entry) gives the fourth-level form, if any.
Value: any string of characters.


David's other principal backer, Josiah ha-Kohen
<index level1='Josiah ha-Kohen b. Azarya'
       level2='cousin and backer of David b. Daniel'>
b. Azarya, son of one of the last gaons of Sura,
<index level1='Azarya' level2='gaon of Sura'>
<index level1='Sura'>
was David's own first cousin.

Empty.

<!ELEMENT index - O  EMPTY > 

<!ATTLIST index ana IDREFS #IMPLIED corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED next IDREF #IMPLIED prev IDREF #IMPLIED id ID #IMPLIED n CDATA #IMPLIED lang IDREF #IMPLIED rend CDATA #IMPLIED index CDATA #IMPLIED level1 CDATA #REQUIRED level2 CDATA #IMPLIED level3 CDATA #IMPLIED level4 CDATA #IMPLIED TEIform CDATA "index" >

interp
(interpretation) provides for an interpretative annotation which can be linked to a span of text.

Attributes:

value identifies the specific phenomenon being annotated.
Value: Any string of characters.


<interp resp=TMA type='structural unit' value='aftermath'>

Empty element.

<!ELEMENT interp - O EMPTY > 
<!ATTLIST interp
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "interpretation" >

interpGrp
(interpretation group) collects together <interp> tags.

<interpGrp resp=TMA type='collection of structural units'>
 <interp value='introduction'>
 <interp value='conflict'>
 <interp value='climax'>
 <interp value='revenge'>
 <interp value='reconciliation'>
 <interp value='aftermath'>
 </interpGrp>

Any number of <interp> elements.

<!ELEMENT interpGrp - - ((interp)*) > 

ital

marks text as being printed in an italic font (or written in an italic hand).

In general, it is preferable to identify the reason for the italics, if this may be done reliably and at an acceptable cost in time or effort: titles of books, technical terms, rhetorical emphasis, etc., should be tagged as <title> , <term> , <emph> , etc.

The <ital> element should be used if it is not desired to specify why a given word or phrase is italic. This might be because the reason is unclear in a given instance, or (on rare occasions) because a project decides as a matter of policy not to distinguish different meanings of italics.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: highlights

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT ital          - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

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<!ELEMENT ital - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST ital
          id                 ID                  #IMPLIED
          n                  CDATA               #IMPLIED
          lang               IDREF               %INHERITED
          rend               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          TEIform            CDATA               'hi'           >

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<!ATTLIST ital 
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "hi" >
*-->

item
contains one component of a list.

Attributes:

n (name or number) indicates the number (or letter, or other enumerator) borne by this list item in the copy text.
Value: Whatever string of characters is used to label a list item in the copy text may be used as the value of n, but it is not required that numbering be recorded explicitly.

In ordered lists, the n attribute on the <item> element is by definition synonymous with the use of the <label> element to record the enumerator of the list item. In glossary lists, however, the term being defined should be given with the <label> element, not n.


<list type=ordered>
<head>Here begin the chapter headings of Book IV</head>
<item n='4.1'>The death of Queen Clotild.
<item n='4.2'>How King Lothar wanted to appropriate
     one third of the Church revenues.
<item n='4.3'>The wives and children of Lothar.
<item n='4.4'>The Counts of the Bretons.
<item n='4.5'>Saint Gall the Bishop.
<item n='4.6'>The priest Cato.
<item> ...
</list>

May contain simple prose or a sequence of chunks.

<!ELEMENT item  - O (%specialPara;) > 
	(((bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp), (ps | signed | salute | 
	closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)*) | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place 
	| person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | 
	shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time 
	| add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | 
	orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear 
	| uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct 
	| emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term 
	| title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula 
	| fw | handShift | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
	| what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
	| bibl | biblFull | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | 
	note | figure | stage | table | text)*) >


<!ATTLIST item 
	id ID #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "item" >

ixe (back-of-the-book index entry)

contains one entry of a conventional back-of-the-book index, with entry phrase and subentries.

Attributes include:

  <ixe>
    <entry>Cholmondeley, Mary</entry> 
    <pgref>434</pgref></ixe>
  <ixe type="correspondent">
    <entry>Cholmondeley, Reginald</entry>
    <pgref rend="bold" type="main-id">432-34</pgref>
    <pgref>522n2</pgref>
    <pgref>657<hi>illus</hi></pgref>
    <subs>
      <ixe><entry>letter to</entry> <pgref>434</pgref></ixe>
      <ixe><entry>letters by</entry> <pgref>432-34</pgref></ixe>
    </subs>
  </ixe>

The entry for Reginal Cholmondeley is marked as type="correspondent", and the page reference, in the same entry, for pages 432-34 is marked type="main-id", in order to allow the entry phrase and page reference to be bolded.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) bobIndex, subs

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, docptr, docref, entry, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, pgptr, pgref, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, subs, supplied*, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT ixe           - -  (entry, (%m.ixref;)*, subs?)       >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT ixe - - 
        (entry, (docref | pgref | docptr | pgptr)*, subs?) >

*-->
<!ATTLIST ixe                %a.global;
          type               CDATA               #IMPLIED       >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST ixe 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

keywords
(Keywords) contains a list of keywords or phrases identifying the topic or nature of a text.

Attributes:

scheme identifies the controlled vocabulary within which the set of keywords concerned is defined.
Value: identifier of the associated <taxonomy> element


<keywords scheme=BL>
    <list><item>Babbage, Charles
  <item>Mathematicians - Great Britain - Biography
     </list>
</keywords>

<!ELEMENT keywords - o (term+ | list) > 

<!ATTLIST keywords 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	scheme IDREF #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "keywords" >

l
(verse line) contains a single, possibly incomplete, line of verse.

Attributes:

part specifies whether or not the line is metrically complete.

Values:

Y
the line is metrically incomplete
N
either the line is complete, or no claim is made as to its completeness
I
the initial part of an incomplete line
M
a medial part of an incomplete line
F
the final part of an incomplete line

The values I, M, or F should be used only where it is clear how the line is to be reconstituted.


<l part=Y met='-/-/-/-/-/'>

contains character data or phrase level elements only

<!ELEMENT l - O (%paraContent) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST l 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	enjamb CDATA #IMPLIED
	met CDATA #IMPLIED
	real CDATA #IMPLIED
	rhyme CDATA #IMPLIED
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "l" >

label
contains the label associated with an item in a list; in glossaries, marks the term being defined.

Labels are most commonly used for the headwords in glossary lists; note the use of the global lang attribute to set the default language of the glossary list to Middle English, and identify the glosses and headings as modern English or Latin.

<list type=gloss lang=ME>
<head&#  9;  lang=EN>Vocabulary</head>
<head.label lang=EN>Middle English</head.label>
<head.item  lang=EN>New English</head.item>
<label>nu&#  9; <item lang=EN>now
<label>lhude&#  9; <item lang=EN>loudly
<label>bloweth&#  9; <item lang=EN>blooms
<label>med&#  9; <item lang=EN>meadow
<label>wude&#  9; <item lang=EN>wood
<label>awe&#  9; <item lang=EN>ewe
<label>lhouth&#  9; <item lang=EN>lows
<label>sterteth  <item lang=EN>bounds, frisks
&#  9;&#  9;&#  9;(cf. <citation>Chaucer, <title>K.T.</title>
&#  9;&#  9;&#  9;644</citation>:  <q>a courser,
&#  9;&#  9;&#  9;<egwd>sterting</egwd> as the fyr</q>
<label>verteth&#  9; <item lang=LA>pedit
<label>murie&#  9; <item lang=EN>merrily
<label>swik&#  9; <item lang=EN>cease
<label>naver&#  9; <item lang=EN>never
</list>

Labels may also be used to record explicitly the numbers or letters which mark list items in ordered lists, as in this extract from Gibbon's Autobiography. In this usage the <label> element is synonymous with the n attribute on the <item> element.

I will add two facts, which have seldom occurred in
the composition of six, or at least of five quartos.
<list type=ordered rend=runon>
<label>(1) <item>My first rough manuscript, without any
intermediate copy, has been sent to the press.
<label>(2) <item>Not a sheet has been seen by any human
eyes, excepting those of the author and the printer:
the faults and the merits are exclusively my own.
</list>

Labels may also be used for other structured list items, as in this extract from the journal of Edward Gibbon:

<list type=gloss>
<label>March 1757. <item>I wrote some critical observations
upon Plautus.
<label>March 8th.  <item>I wrote a long dissertation upon
some lines of Virgil.
<label>June.&#  9;   <item>I saw Mademoiselle Curchod --
<q lang=LA>Omnia vincit amor, et nos cedamus amori.</q>
<label>August.&#  9;   <item>I went to Crassy, and staid two days.
</list>

<list type=gloss>
<label>The fourth volume of the <title>History of the
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire</title>
<item>begun March 1, 1782 -- ended June, 1784.
<label>The fifth volume
<item>begun July, 1784 -- ended May 1, 1786.
<label>The sixth volume
<item>begun May 18, 1786 -- ended June 27, 1787.
</list>

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT label - o  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST label 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "label" >

lacunaEnd
indicates the end of a lacuna in a mostly complete textual witness.

<rdg wit=X><lacunaEnd>auctorite</rdg>

(optional)

Empty.

<!ELEMENT lacunaEnd - O  EMPTY > 

lacunaStart
indicates the beginning of a lacuna in the text of a mostly complete textual witness.

 

(optional)

Empty.

<!ELEMENT lacunaStart - O  EMPTY > 

language
characterizes a single language or sublanguage used within a text.

Attributes:

id specifies the identifier for the writing system\ndeclaration for this language (e.g. eng, fra, deu)
Value: should usually be a language identifier from ISO 639.

wsd specifies the entity containing the writing system\n declaration used for representing texts in this language.
Value: must be the name of an entity containing a full writing system declaration

The entity containing the writing system declaration will typically be an external file; it must be declared in the DTD.

usage specifies the approximate percentage (by volume) of the text which uses this language.
Value: a whole number between 1 and 100


<language wsd=LA usage=100>Pig Latin

Particularly for sublanguages, an informal prose characterization should be supplied as content for the element in addition to the specification implied by the WSD

<!ELEMENT language - o (%phrase.seq) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST language 
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	wsd ENTITY #IMPLIED
	usage NUMBER #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "language" >

langUsage
(language usage) describes the languages, sublanguages, registers, dialects etc. represented within a text.

   <langUsage>
   <language wsd=FR usage=60>Qu&eacute;becois
   <language wsd=EN usage=20>Canadian business English
   <language wsd=EN usage=20>British English
   </langUsage>

may contain either a simple prose description, or more formally one or more <language> elements

<!ELEMENT langUsage - o (p | language)+ > 

<!ATTLIST langUsage 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "langUsage" >

lb
(line break) marks a line break in the original document (or in some other version of the document).
<!ELEMENT lb - O EMPTY >

<!ATTLIST lb 
	id ID #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	ed CDATA #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "lb" > 

lem
(lemma) contains the lemma, or base text, of a textual variation.

 

The term lemma is used in text criticism to describe the reading in the text itself (as opposed to those in the apparatus); this usage is distinct from that of mathematics (where a lemma is a major step in a proof) and natural-language processing (where a lemma is the dictionary form associated with an inflected form in the running text).

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT lem - O  (%paraContent)  +(%m.fragmentary) > 

lg
(line group) contains a group of verse lines functioning as a formal unit e.g. a stanza, refrain, verse paragraph, etc.

<lg type=free>
<l>Let me be my own fool
<l>of my own making, the sum of it
</lg>
<lg>
<l>is equivocal.
<l>One says of the drunken farmer:
</lg>
<lg>
<l>leave him lay off it. And this is
<l>the explanation.
</lg>

contains verse lines or nested line groups only, possibly prefixed by a heading.

<!ELEMENT lg - O ((%m.divtop)*, (l | lg)+, (%m.divbot)*) >
	((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
	| head | opener)*, (l | lg)+, (address | byline | closer 
	| epigraph | trailer)*) >


<!ATTLIST lg 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #CURRENT
	org (composite | uniform) uniform
	sample (initial | medial | final | unknown | complete) complete
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	met CDATA #IMPLIED
	real CDATA #IMPLIED
	rhyme CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "lg" > 

list
contains any sequence of items organized as a list.

Attributes:

type describes the form of the list.

Values:

ordered
list items are numbered or lettered.
bulleted
list items are marked with a 'bullet' or other typographic device.
simple
list items are not numbered or bulleted.
gloss
each list item glosses some term or concept, which is given by a <label> element preceding the list item.
 

The formal syntax of the element declarations allows <label> tags to be omitted from lists tagged <list type=gloss>; this is however a semantic error.


<list type=ordered>
<item>a butcher
<item>a baker
<item>a candlestick maker, with
<list type=bullets>
<item>rings on his fingers
<item>bells on his toes
</list>
</list>

The following example treats the short numbered clauses of Anglo-Saxon legal codes as lists of items. The text is from an ordinance of King Athelstan (924-939).

<div1><head>Athelstan's Ordinance</head>
<list type=ordered>
<item n='1'>Concerning thieves.  First, that no thief is to be
spared who is caught with the stolen goods, [if he is] over
twelve years and [if the value of the goods is] over eightpence.
<list type=ordered>
<item n='1.1'>And if anyone does spare one, he is to pay for the
thief with his wergild -- and the thief is to be no nearer a
settlement on that account -- or to clear himself by an oath of
that amount.
<item n=1.2>If, however, he [the thief] wishes to defend himself
or to escape, he is not to be spared [whether younger or older
than twelve].
<item n=1.3>If a thief is put into prison, he is to be in prison
40 days, and he may then be redeemed with 120 shillings; and the
kindred are to stand surety for him that he will desist for ever.
<item n=1.4>And if he steals after that, they are to pay for him
with his wergild, or to bring him back there.
<item n=1.5>And if
he steals after that, they are to pay for him with his wergild,
whether to the king or to him to whom it rightly belongs; and
everyone of those who supported him is to pay 120 shillings to
the king as a fine.
</list>
<item n=2>Concerning lordless men.  And we pronounced about these
lordless men, from whom no justice can be obtained, that one
should order their kindred to fetch back such a person to justice
and to find him a lord in public meeting.
<list type=ordered>
<item n=2.1>And if they then will not, or cannot, produce him on
that appointed day, he is then to be a fugitive afterwards, and
he who encounters him is to strike him down as a thief.
<item n=2.2>And he who harbours him after that, is to pay for him
with his wergild or to clear himself by an oath of that amount.
</list>
<item n=3>Concerning the refusal of justice.  The lord who
refuses justice and upholds his guilty man, so that the king is
appealed to, is to repay the value of the goods and 120 shillings
to the king; and he who appeals to the king before he demands
justice as often as he ought, is to pay the same fine as the
other would have done, if he had refused him justice.
<list type=ordered>
<item n=3.1>And the lord who is an accessory to a theft by his
slave, and it becomes known about him, is to forfeit the slave
and be liable to his wergild on the first occasionp if he does it
more often, he is to be liable to pay all that he owns.
<item n=3.2>And likewise any of the king's treasurers or of our
reeves, who has been an accessory of thieves who have committed
theft, is to liable to the same.
</list>
<item n=4>Concerning treachery to a lord.  And we have pronounced
concerning treachery to a lord, that he [who is accused] is to
forfeit his life if he cannot deny it or is afterwards convicted
at the three-fold ordeal.
</list>

Note that nested lists have been used so the tagging mirrors the structure indicated by the two-level numbering of the clauses. The clauses could have been treated as a one-level list with irregular numbering, if desired.


<p>These decrees, most blessed Pope Hadrian, we propounded in the
public council ... and they confirmed them in our hand in your
stead with the sign of the Holy Cross, and afterwards inscribed
with a careful pen on the paper of this page, affixing thus the
sign of the Holy Cross.
<list type=simple>
<item>I, Eanbald, by the grace of God archbishop of the holy
church of York, have subscribed to the pious and catholic
validity of this document with the sign of the Holy Cross.
<item>I, &AElig;lfwold, king of the people across the Humber,
consenting have subscribed with the sign of the Holy Cross.
<item>I, Tilberht, prelate of the church of Hexham, rejoicing
have subscribed with the sign of the Holy Cross.
<item>I, Higbald, bishop of the church of Lindisfarne, obeying
have subscribed with the sign of the Holy Cross.
<item>I, Ethelbert, bishop of Candida Casa, suppliant, have
subscribed with thef sign of the Holy Cross.
<item>I, Ealdwulf, bishop of the church of Mayo, have subscribed
with devout will.
<item>I, &AElig;thelwine, bishop, have subscribed through
delegates.
<item>I, Sicga, `patrician', have subscribed with serene mind
with the sign of the Holy Cross.
</list>

May contain an optional heading followed by a series of items, or a series of label and item pairs, the latter being optionally preceded by one or two specialized headings.

<!ELEMENT list - - (head?, ( (item*) | (headLabel?, headItem?, (label,
item)*))) > 

<!ATTLIST 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA simple
	TEIform CDATA "list" >

listBibl
(citation list) contains a list of bibliographic citations of any kind.

<listBibl>
    <head>Works consulted</head>
    <bibl>Blain, Clements and Grundy: Feminist Companion to
          Literature in English (Yale, 1990)
    </bibl>
    <biblStruct>
    <analytic>
         <title>The Interesting story of the Children in the Wood</>
    <monogr>
         <title>The Penny Histories</title>
         <author>Victor E Neuberg</author>
         <imprint><publisher>OUP</><date>1968</>
    </biblStruct>
</listBibl>

<!ELEMENT listBibl - - (head?, (bibl | biblStruct | biblFull)+, trailer?) > 

<!ATTLIST listBibl 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "listBibl" >

mentioned
marks words or phrases mentioned, not used.

There is thus a striking accentual difference between a verbal
form like <mentioned lang=EL id=c234>eluthemen</mentioned>
<gloss target=c234>we were released,</gloss> accented on
the second syllable of the word, and its
participial derivative <mentioned lang=EL id=c235>lutheis</mentioned>
<gloss target=c235>released,</gloss> accented on the last.

free prose

<!ELEMENT mentioned - -  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST mentioned 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "mentioned" >

mepHeader

contains a simple set of information regarding the source and preparation of the document.

The <mepHeader> element is a simplified placeholder for the TEI header ( <teiHeader> ), intended to make it easier to start using SGML for a project. Wherever a MEP header is legal, a TEI header is also legal.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Date description: May contain any number of <preparedBy> , <prepDate> , <copyright> , <permissions> , <docTitle> , <docAuthor> , <docDate> , <dateline> , <sourcedesc> , or <idno> elements.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) doc, surrogate, targets
(Level L2:) doc, surrogate, targets
(Level L3:) doc, surrogate, targets

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) copyright, date*, dateline, extent*, figure*, idno, lb***, milestone***, msp*, notes*, pb***, permissions, place*, prepDate, preparedBy, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceDesc, sourceNote*, title*
(Level L2:) copyright, date*, dateline, extent*, figure*, idno, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, notes*, pb***, permissions, place*, prepDate, preparedBy, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceDesc, sourceNote*, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee, auth, author*, copyright, date*, dateline, docAuthor, docDate, docTitle, extent*, figure*, idno, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions, person*, place*, plink**, prepDate, preparedBy, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender, series*, sourceDesc, sourceNote*, supplied*, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT mepHeader - O  (%m.mepHeader;)* >
<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT mepHeader - O 
        (preparedBy | prepDate | copyright | permissions | docTitle 
        | docAuthor | docDate | dateline | sourceDesc | idno | addressee 
        | sender | auth)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST mepHeader          %a.global; >
<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST mepHeader 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

milestone
marks the boundary between sections of a text, as indicated by changes in a standard reference system.

Attributes:

ed (edition) indicates which edition or version the milestone applies to.
Value: Any string of characters; usually a siglum conventionally used for the edition.

 

n (number or name) indicates the new number or other value for the unit which changes at this milestone.
Value: Any string of characters.

The special value unnumbered should be used in passages which fall outside the normal numbering scheme (e.g. chapter heads, poem numbers or titles, or speaker attributions in verse drama).

unit indicates what kind of section is changing at this milestone.

Values:

page
page breaks in the reference edition.
column
column breaks.
line
line breaks.
book
any units termed book, liber, etc.
poem
individual poems in a collection.
canto
cantos or other major sections of a poem.
stanza
stanzas within a poem, book, or canto.
act
acts within a play.
scene
scenes within a play or act.
section
sections of any kind.
absent
passages not present in the reference edition.
 

If the milestone marks the beginning of a piece of text not present in the reference edition, the special value absent may be used as the value of unit. The normal interpretation is that the reference edition does not contain the text which follows, until the next <milestone> tag for the edition in question is encountered.

In addition to the values suggested, other terms may be appropriate (e.g. Stephanus for the Stephanus numbers in Plato).


    <milestone ed=La name=Dreissiger n=23>
    ...
    <milestone ed=La name=Dreissiger n=24>
    ...

Milestones for page and column should precede milestones for line numbers, but this and other logical requirements cannot be enforced automatically by SGML; for better validation, a concurrent markup stream should be used.

<!ELEMENT milestone - O EMPTY > 

<!ATTLIST milestone 
	id ID #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	ed CDATA #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	unit CDATA #REQUIRED
	TEIform CDATA "milestone" >

msp (Margaret Sanger Papers number)

gives the document identification number of the document, as given by the Margaret Sanger Papers.

This is an ad hoc element intended to simplify the recoding of the Sanger Papers target data; in a more general DTD, it would be replaced by <idno> .

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, q*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*
(Level L2:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, anchor*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, nav*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, ptr*, q*, ref*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) abbr*, add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, addressee*, anchor*, argument*, attestation*, auth*, author*, authority*, availability*, back*, bibl*, biblFull*, biblScope*, bobIndex*, body*, bold*, byline*, catDesc*, catRef*, category*, cell*, change*, cit*, classCode*, classDecl*, closer*, closing*, copyright*, corr*, correction*, creation*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, distinct*, distributor*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor*, docBody*, docDate*, docEdition*, docGroup*, docImprint*, docTitle*, docketing*, docptr*, docref*, edBack*, edFront*, edition*, editionStmt*, editor*, editorialDecl*, emph*, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote*, endorsement*, entry*, epigraph*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign*, formula*, front*, funder*, fw*, gap*, gloss*, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head*, headNote*, hi*, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital*, item*, ixe*, keywords*, l*, label*, langUsage*, language*, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name*, nav*, normalization*, note*, notes*, notesStmt*, num*, opener*, org*, orgRef*, orig*, p*, pb*, permissions*, person*, personRef*, pgptr*, pgref*, place*, placeRef*, plink*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, principal*, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace*, publicationStmt*, publisher*, q*, quotation*, ref*, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg*, rendition*, repository*, resp*, respStmt*, restore*, revisionDesc*, row*, rs*, s*, sCap*, salute*, samplingDecl*, seg*, segmentation*, sender*, series*, seriesStmt*, ship*, shipRef*, sic*, signed*, soCalled*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, sp*, space*, speaker*, sponsor*, stage*, stdVals*, subs*, subscr*, super*, supplied*, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage*, tagsDecl*, target, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term*, text*, textClass*, time*, title*, titlePage*, titlePart*, titleStmt*, trailer*, uLine*, unclear*, what*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, title*
(Level L2:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, supplied*, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT msp           - -  (#PCDATA)                          >
<!ATTLIST msp                %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST msp 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

name (name, proper noun)

contains a proper noun or noun phrase.

Attributes include:

 

Proper nouns referring to people, places, and organizations may be tagged instead with <person> , <place> , or <org> .

Part: TEI P3, top tag set (core)

Member of classes: data agent names addrpart

Date description: May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, addressee, anchor*, argument*, attestation, auth, author, authority, availability*, back*, bibl, biblFull*, biblScope, bobIndex*, body*, bold, byline, catDesc, catRef*, category*, cell, change*, cit*, classCode, classDecl*, closer, closing, copyright, corr, correction*, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, distinct, distributor, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor, docBody*, docDate, docEdition, docGroup*, docImprint, docTitle*, docketing, docptr*, docref, edBack*, edFront*, edition, editionStmt*, editor, editorialDecl*, emph, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph*, extent, figDesc, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign, formula*, front*, funder, fw, gap*, gloss, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head, headNote, hi, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital, item, ixe*, keywords*, l, label, langUsage*, language, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name, nav, normalization*, note, notes*, notesStmt*, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb*, permissions, person, personRef, pgptr*, pgref, place, placeRef, plink*, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace, publicationStmt*, publisher, q, quotation*, ref, reference, refs*, refsDecl*, reg, rendition, repository, resp, respStmt, restore, revisionDesc*, row*, rs, s, sCap, salute, samplingDecl*, seg, segmentation*, sender, series*, seriesStmt*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType, sp*, space*, speaker, sponsor, stage, stdVals*, subs*, subscr, super, supplied, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term, text*, textClass*, time, title, titlePage*, titlePart, titleStmt*, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, auth, author*, bold, corr, damage, date, del, delSpan, distinct, emph, extent*, figure*, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, lb***, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ptr, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, subscr, super, supplied, term, time, title, uLine, unclear, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT name - - (%phrase.seq;)  >
<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT name - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST name 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        key CDATA #IMPLIED
        reg CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "name" >

nav

contains navigational pointers for document images.

This element could, in theory, and should, in ideal practice, be supplied automatically as part of the publication process.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L2)

Member of classes: data

Date description: May contain the same subelements as can a paragraph.

May occur directly in:
(Level L2:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, anchor*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, nav*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, ptr*, q*, ref*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) abbr*, add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, addressee*, anchor*, argument*, attestation*, auth*, author*, authority*, availability*, back*, bibl*, biblFull*, biblScope*, bobIndex*, body*, bold*, byline*, catDesc*, catRef*, category*, cell*, change*, cit*, classCode*, classDecl*, closer*, closing*, copyright*, corr*, correction*, creation*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, distinct*, distributor*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor*, docBody*, docDate*, docEdition*, docGroup*, docImprint*, docTitle*, docketing*, docptr*, docref*, edBack*, edFront*, edition*, editionStmt*, editor*, editorialDecl*, emph*, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote*, endorsement*, entry*, epigraph*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign*, formula*, front*, funder*, fw*, gap*, gloss*, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head*, headNote*, hi*, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital*, item*, ixe*, keywords*, l*, label*, langUsage*, language*, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name*, nav*, normalization*, note*, notes*, notesStmt*, num*, opener*, org*, orgRef*, orig*, p*, pb*, permissions*, person*, personRef*, pgptr*, pgref*, place*, placeRef*, plink*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, principal*, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace*, publicationStmt*, publisher*, q*, quotation*, ref*, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg*, rendition*, repository*, resp*, respStmt*, restore*, revisionDesc*, row*, rs*, s*, sCap*, salute*, samplingDecl*, seg*, segmentation*, sender*, series*, seriesStmt*, ship*, shipRef*, sic*, signed*, soCalled*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, sp*, space*, speaker*, sponsor*, stage*, stdVals*, subs*, subscr*, super*, supplied*, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage*, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term*, text*, textClass*, time*, title*, titlePage*, titlePart*, titleStmt*, trailer*, uLine*, unclear*, what*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT nav           - O  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT nav - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST nav                %a.global
          teiForm            CDATA                 "p"          >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST nav 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        teiForm CDATA "p" >
*-->

note
contains a note or annotation.

Attributes:

n (number or symbol) indicates the symbol or number used to mark the note's point of attachment to the main text.
Value: any string of characters

Mevorakh b. Saadya's mother, the matriarch of the family
during the second half of the eleventh century,
   <note n=126>
        The alleged mention of Judah Nagid's mother
        in a letter from 1071 is, in fact, a
        reference to Judah's children; cf. above,
        nn. 111 and 54.
   </note>
is well known from Geniza documents published by Jacob Mann.

If notes are numbered in sequence and their numbering can be reconstructed automatically by processing software, it may not be considered necessary to record the note numbers.

type describes the type of note.
Value: Values can be taken from any convenient typology of annotation suitable to the work in hand; e.g. annotation, gloss, citation, digression, preliminary, temporary, ...

resp (responsible) indicates who is responsible for the annotation: author, editor, translator, etc.

Values:

auth[or]
note originated with the author of the text.
ed[itor]
note added by the editor of the text.
comp[iler]
note added by the compiler of a collection.
tr[anslator]
note added by the translator of a text.
transcr[iber]
note added by the transcriber of a text into electronic form.
(initials)
note added by the individual indicated by the initials.

For specialized types of editorial annotation (e.g. for marking corrections, normalizations, cruxes, etc.), see chapter .

place indicates where the note appears in the source text.

Values:

foot
note appears at foot of page.
end
note appears at end of chapter or volume.
inline
note appears as a marked paragraph in the body of the text.
left
note appears in left margin.
right
note appears in right margin.
interlinear
note appears between lines of the text.
app[aratus]
note appears in the apparatus at the foot of the page.
 

For pages with multiple apparatus, values such as app1 and app2 can be used.

The place attribute can be used to indicate to text formatting software where a note should be printed. If the locations indicated do not agree with those in the copy text, that fact should be indicated in the TEI header.

anchored indicates whether the copy text shows the exact place of reference for the note.

Values:

yes
copy text indicates the place of attachment for the note.
no
copy text indicates no place of attachment for the note.

In modern texts, notes are usually anchored by means of explicit footnote or endnote symbols. An explicit indication of the phrase or line annotated may however be used instead (e.g. "page 218,\nlines 3-4"). The anchored attribute indicates whether any explicit location is given, whether by symbol or by prose cross-reference. If the specific symbols used are to be recorded, use the n attribute.

target indicates the point of attachment of a note, or the beginning of the span to which the note is attached.
Value: reference to the ids of element(s) which begin at the location in question (e.g. the id of an <anchor> element).

 

If target and targetEnd are to be used to indicate where notes attach to the text, then elements at the appropriate locations (<anchor> elements if necessary) must be given id values to be pointed at.

targetEnd points to the end of the span to which the note is attached, if the note is not embedded in the text at that point.
Value: reference to the id(s) of element(s) which end at the location(s) in question, or to an empty element at the point in question.

 


And yet it is not only in the great line of Italian
renaissance art, but even in the painterly
    <note resp=Tr><term lang=DE>Malerisch</term>.  This
    word has, in the German, two distinct meanings, one
    objective, a quality residing in the object, the
    other subjective, a mode of apprehension and creation.
    To avoid confusion, they have been distinguished in
    English as <mentioned>picturesque</> and
    <mentioned>painterly</> respectively.  (Tr.)</note>
style of the Dutch genre painters of the seventeenth
century that drapery has this psychological significance.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT note - O  (%specialPara;) > 
	(((bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp), (ps | signed | salute | 
	closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)*) | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place 
	| person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | 
	shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time 
	| add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | 
	orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear 
	| uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct 
	| emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term 
	| title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula 
	| fw | handShift | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
	| what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
	| bibl | biblFull | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | 
	note | figure | stage | table | text)*) >


<!ATTLIST note 
	id ID #IMPLIED
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	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
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	place CDATA "unspecified"
	anchored (yes | no) yes
	target IDREFS #IMPLIED
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	TEIform CDATA "note" >

notes

(in a document-image target) contains all the notes in a given target.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, q*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*
(Level L2:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, anchor*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, nav*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, ptr*, q*, ref*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) abbr*, add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, addressee*, anchor*, argument*, attestation*, auth*, author*, authority*, availability*, back*, bibl*, biblFull*, biblScope*, bobIndex*, body*, bold*, byline*, catDesc*, catRef*, category*, cell*, change*, cit*, classCode*, classDecl*, closer*, closing*, copyright*, corr*, correction*, creation*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, distinct*, distributor*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor*, docBody*, docDate*, docEdition*, docGroup*, docImprint*, docTitle*, docketing*, docptr*, docref*, edBack*, edFront*, edition*, editionStmt*, editor*, editorialDecl*, emph*, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote*, endorsement*, entry*, epigraph*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign*, formula*, front*, funder*, fw*, gap*, gloss*, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head*, headNote*, hi*, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital*, item*, ixe*, keywords*, l*, label*, langUsage*, language*, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name*, nav*, normalization*, note*, notes*, notesStmt*, num*, opener*, org*, orgRef*, orig*, p*, pb*, permissions*, person*, personRef*, pgptr*, pgref*, place*, placeRef*, plink*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, principal*, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace*, publicationStmt*, publisher*, q*, quotation*, ref*, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg*, rendition*, repository*, resp*, respStmt*, restore*, revisionDesc*, row*, rs*, s*, sCap*, salute*, samplingDecl*, seg*, segmentation*, sender*, series*, seriesStmt*, ship*, shipRef*, sic*, signed*, soCalled*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, sp*, space*, speaker*, sponsor*, stage*, stdVals*, subs*, subscr*, super*, supplied*, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage*, tagsDecl*, target, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term*, text*, textClass*, time*, title*, titlePage*, titlePart*, titleStmt*, trailer*, uLine*, unclear*, what*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, sourceType, title*
(Level L2:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, sourceType, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, note, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, sourceType, supplied*, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT notes         - -  (sourceType, note*)*               >
<!ATTLIST notes              %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST notes 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
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        id ID #IMPLIED
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*-->

notesStmt
(Notes statement) collects together any notes providing information about a text additional to that recorded in other parts of the bibliographic description.

<notesStmt>
  <note>Historical commentary provided by Mark Cohen</note>
  <note>OCR scanning done at University of Toronto</note>
</notesStmt>

Information of different kinds should not be grouped together into the same note.

<!ELEMENT notesStmt - o (note+) > 

<!ATTLIST notesStmt 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "notesStmt" >

num
(number) contains a number, written in any form.

Attributes:

type indicates the type of numeric value.

Values:

cardinal
absolute number, e.g. "21", "21.5"
ordinal
ordinal number, e.g. "21st"
fraction
fraction, e.g. "one half" or "three halves"
percentage
e.g. "ten percent"

If a different typology is desired, other values can be used for this attribute.

value supplies the value of the number in an application-dependent standard form.
Value: any numeric value in the chosen standard form.

The standard form used should be described in the <std.vals> element in the TEI header. Standard forms may be defined from scratch, or borrowed from existing practice (e.g. "Standard values are given in the notation defined for numeric\nconstants in the C language.")


<num type=cardinal value='21'>twenty-one</num>
<num type=cardinal value='1.5'>1.5</num>
He stands <num type=cardinal value='1.9'>1 &middot; 90</num>m. high.

Detailed analyses of quantities and units of measure in historical documents should use the feature structure mechanism described in chapter .&# 9;The <num> element is intended for use in simple applications.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT num - -  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST num 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	value CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "num" >

opener
groups together dateline, byline, salutation, and similar phrases appearing as a preliminary group at the start of a division, especially of a letter.

<opener><dateline>Walden, this 29. of August 1592</dateline></opener>

 <opener>
   <dateline><place>Great Marlborough Street</place>
   <date>November 11, 1848</date>
   </dateline>
   <salute>My dear Sir,</salute>
</opener>
<p>I am sorry to say that absence from town and other
circumstances have prevented me from earlier enquiring...
<!ELEMENT opener - O (argument | byline |  dateline | epigraph | salute | signed 
 | %phrase.seq;)*  > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	(signed | dateline | salute | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender 
	| auth | place | person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef 
	| orgRef | shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num 
	| rs | time | add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan 
	| gap | orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | 
	unclear | uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | 
	distinct | emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled 
	| term | title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | 
	seg | formula | fw | handShift)*)* >


<!ATTLIST opener 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "opener" >

org

contains the name of an organization.

Attributes include:

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, addressee, anchor*, argument*, attestation, auth, author, authority, availability*, back*, bibl, biblFull*, biblScope, bobIndex*, body*, bold, byline, catDesc, catRef*, category*, cell, change*, cit*, classCode, classDecl*, closer, closing, copyright, corr, correction*, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, distinct, distributor, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor, docBody*, docDate, docEdition, docGroup*, docImprint, docTitle*, docketing, docptr*, docref, edBack*, edFront*, edition, editionStmt*, editor, editorialDecl*, emph, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph*, extent, figDesc, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign, formula*, front*, funder, fw, gap*, gloss, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head, headNote, hi, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital, item, ixe*, keywords*, l, label, langUsage*, language, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name, nav, normalization*, note, notes*, notesStmt*, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb*, permissions, person, personRef, pgptr*, pgref, place, placeRef, plink*, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace, publicationStmt*, publisher, q, quotation*, ref, reference, refs*, refsDecl*, reg, rendition, repository, resp, respStmt*, restore, revisionDesc*, row*, rs, s, sCap, salute, samplingDecl*, seg, segmentation*, sender, series*, seriesStmt*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType, sp*, space*, speaker, sponsor, stage, stdVals*, subs*, subscr, super, supplied, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term, text*, textClass*, time, title, titlePage*, titlePart, titleStmt*, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT org           - -  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT org - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST org                %a.global
                             %a.names
          type               CDATA              #IMPLIED
          teiForm            CDATA              'name'         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST org 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        key CDATA #IMPLIED
        reg CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        teiForm CDATA "name" >
*-->

orgRef

contains a reference to an organization.

Attributes include:

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT orgRef        - -  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT orgRef - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST orgRef             %a.global
                             %a.names
          type               CDATA              #IMPLIED
          teiForm            CDATA              'rs'           >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST orgRef 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
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        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        key CDATA #IMPLIED
        reg CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        teiForm CDATA "rs" >
*-->

orig
(original form) contains the original form of a reading, for which a regularized form is given in an attribute value.

Attributes:

reg (regularization) gives a regularized (normalized) form of the text.
Value: any string of characters

 

resp (responsibility) identifies the individual responsible for the regularization of the word or phrase.
Value: any string of characters, typically the initials of the individual involved, or a role identifier like "editor" if not known by name.

 

 

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT orig - -  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST orig 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	reg CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "orig" >

p
(paragraph) marks paragraphs in prose.

<p>Hallgerd was outside.  <q>There is blood on your
axe,</q> she said.  <q>What have you done?</q></p>
<p><q>I have now arranged that you can be married a
second time,</q> replied Thjostolf.</p>
<p><q>Then you must mean that Thorvald is dead,</q>
she said.</p>
<p><q>Yes,</q> said Thjostolf.  <q>And now you must
think up some plan for me.</q>

In some contexts, the paragraph may have a specialized meaning, e.g. in the tag set for dictionaries, <p> is used to enclose any running text, and thus does not imply text set off as is conventionally done in running prose.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT p - O  (%paraContent;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST p 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "p" >

pb (page break)

marks a page break in the original document (or in an important edition of the document).

Part: TEI P3, top tag set (core)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add***, addSpan***, addrLine***, address***, back***, body***, bold***, cell***, copyright***, damage***, date***, dateline***, del***, delSpan***, div***, div0***, div1***, div2***, div3***, div4***, div5***, div6***, div7***, doc, doc***, docBody***, docGroup***, edBack***, edFront***, enclosure***, endNote***, extent***, figDesc***, figure***, formula***, gap***, head***, headNote***, hi***, idno***, ital***, item***, l***, label***, lb***, lg***, list***, mepHeader***, milestone***, msp***, note***, notes***, p***, pb***, permissions***, place***, prepDate***, preparedBy***, q***, reference***, refs***, repository***, row***, sCap***, salute***, seg***, series***, signed***, sourceDesc***, sourceNote***, sourceType***, subscr***, super***, surrogate, surrogate***, table***, target***, targetInfo***, targets***, text, text***, title***, uLine***, what***
(Level L2:) add***, addSpan***, addrLine***, address***, anchor***, back***, body***, bold***, cell***, copyright***, damage***, date***, dateline***, del***, delSpan***, div***, div0***, div1***, div2***, div3***, div4***, div5***, div6***, div7***, doc, doc***, docBody***, docGroup***, edBack***, edFront***, enclosure***, endNote***, extent***, figDesc***, figure***, formula***, gap***, head***, headNote***, hi***, idno***, ital***, item***, l***, label***, lb***, lg***, list***, mepHeader***, milestone***, msp***, nav***, note***, notes***, p***, pb***, permissions***, place***, prepDate***, preparedBy***, ptr***, q***, ref***, reference***, refs***, repository***, row***, sCap***, salute***, seg***, series***, signed***, sourceDesc***, sourceNote***, sourceType***, subscr***, super***, surrogate, surrogate***, table***, target***, targetInfo***, targets***, text, text***, title***, uLine***, what***, xptr***, xref***
(Level L3:) abbr***, add***, addSpan***, addrLine***, address***, addressee***, anchor***, argument***, attestation***, auth***, author***, authority***, availability***, back***, bibl***, biblFull***, biblScope***, bobIndex***, body***, bold***, byline***, catDesc***, catRef***, category***, cell***, change***, cit***, classCode***, classDecl***, closer***, closing***, copyright***, corr***, correction***, creation***, damage***, date***, dateline***, del***, delSpan***, distinct***, distributor***, div***, div0***, div1***, div2***, div3***, div4***, div5***, div6***, div7***, divGen***, doc, doc***, docAuthor***, docBody***, docDate***, docEdition***, docGroup***, docImprint***, docTitle***, docketing***, docptr***, docref***, edBack***, edFront***, edition***, editionStmt***, editor***, editorialDecl***, emph***, enclosure***, encodingDesc***, endNote***, endorsement***, entry***, epigraph***, extent***, figDesc***, figure***, fileDesc***, foreign***, formula***, front***, funder***, fw***, gap***, gloss***, hand***, handList***, handShift***, head***, headNote***, hi***, hyphenation***, idno***, imprint***, index***, interpretation***, ital***, item***, ixe***, keywords***, l***, label***, langUsage***, language***, lb***, lg***, list***, listBibl***, mentioned***, mepHeader***, milestone***, msp***, name***, nav***, normalization***, note***, notes***, notesStmt***, num***, opener***, org***, orgRef***, orig***, p***, pb***, permissions***, person***, personRef***, pgptr***, pgref***, place***, placeRef***, plink***, prepDate***, preparedBy***, principal***, profileDesc***, projectDesc***, ps***, ptr***, pubPlace***, publicationStmt***, publisher***, q***, quotation***, ref***, reference***, refs***, refsDecl***, reg***, rendition***, repository***, resp***, respStmt***, restore***, revisionDesc***, row***, rs***, s***, sCap***, salute***, samplingDecl***, seg***, segmentation***, sender***, series***, seriesStmt***, ship***, shipRef***, sic***, signed***, soCalled***, sourceDesc***, sourceNote***, sourceType***, sp***, space***, speaker***, sponsor***, stage***, stdVals***, subs***, subscr***, super***, supplied***, surrogate, surrogate***, table***, tagUsage***, tagsDecl***, target***, targetInfo***, targets***, taxonomy***, teiHeader***, term***, text, text***, textClass***, time***, title***, titlePage***, titlePart***, titleStmt***, trailer***, uLine***, unclear***, what***, xptr***, xref***

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain: [None]

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT pb - O EMPTY >
<!ATTLIST pb 
        id ID #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        ed CDATA #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "pb" >

permissions

contains a standard statement acknowledging permission from the rights holder for this material.

Cf. <copyright> .

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: mepHeader

Date description: May contain the same elements as a paragraph.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader, milestone*, msp*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, q*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*
(Level L2:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, anchor*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader, milestone*, msp*, nav*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, ptr*, q*, ref*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) abbr*, add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, addressee*, anchor*, argument*, attestation*, auth*, author*, authority*, availability*, back*, bibl*, biblFull*, biblScope*, bobIndex*, body*, bold*, byline*, catDesc*, catRef*, category*, cell*, change*, cit*, classCode*, classDecl*, closer*, closing*, copyright*, corr*, correction*, creation*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, distinct*, distributor*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor*, docBody*, docDate*, docEdition*, docGroup*, docImprint*, docTitle*, docketing*, docptr*, docref*, edBack*, edFront*, edition*, editionStmt*, editor*, editorialDecl*, emph*, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote*, endorsement*, entry*, epigraph*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign*, formula*, front*, funder*, fw*, gap*, gloss*, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head*, headNote*, hi*, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital*, item*, ixe*, keywords*, l*, label*, langUsage*, language*, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned*, mepHeader, milestone*, msp*, name*, nav*, normalization*, note*, notes*, notesStmt*, num*, opener*, org*, orgRef*, orig*, p*, pb*, permissions*, person*, personRef*, pgptr*, pgref*, place*, placeRef*, plink*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, principal*, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace*, publicationStmt*, publisher*, q*, quotation*, ref*, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg*, rendition*, repository*, resp*, respStmt*, restore*, revisionDesc*, row*, rs*, s*, sCap*, salute*, samplingDecl*, seg*, segmentation*, sender*, series*, seriesStmt*, ship*, shipRef*, sic*, signed*, soCalled*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, sp*, space*, speaker*, sponsor*, stage*, stdVals*, subs*, subscr*, super*, supplied*, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage*, tagsDecl*, target, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term*, text*, textClass*, time*, title*, titlePage*, titlePart*, titleStmt*, trailer*, uLine*, unclear*, what*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT permissions   - O  (%paraContent;) >
<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT permissions - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST permissions        %a.global; >
<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST permissions 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

person

contains the name of a person.

Attributes include:

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, addressee, anchor*, argument*, attestation, auth, author, authority, availability*, back*, bibl, biblFull*, biblScope, bobIndex*, body*, bold, byline, catDesc, catRef*, category*, cell, change*, cit*, classCode, classDecl*, closer, closing, copyright, corr, correction*, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, distinct, distributor, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor, docBody*, docDate, docEdition, docGroup*, docImprint, docTitle*, docketing, docptr*, docref, edBack*, edFront*, edition, editionStmt*, editor, editorialDecl*, emph, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph*, extent, figDesc, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign, formula*, front*, funder, fw, gap*, gloss, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head, headNote, hi, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital, item, ixe*, keywords*, l, label, langUsage*, language, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name, nav, normalization*, note, notes*, notesStmt*, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb*, permissions, person, personRef, pgptr*, pgref, place, placeRef, plink*, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace, publicationStmt*, publisher, q, quotation*, ref, reference, refs*, refsDecl*, reg, rendition, repository, resp, respStmt*, restore, revisionDesc*, row*, rs, s, sCap, salute, samplingDecl*, seg, segmentation*, sender, series*, seriesStmt*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType, sp*, space*, speaker, sponsor, stage, stdVals*, subs*, subscr, super, supplied, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term, text*, textClass*, time, title, titlePage*, titlePart, titleStmt*, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT person        - -  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT person - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST person             %a.global
                             %a.names
          type               CDATA              #IMPLIED
          teiForm            CDATA              'name'         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST person 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        key CDATA #IMPLIED
        reg CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        teiForm CDATA "name" >
*-->

personRef

contains a reference to a person.

Attributes include:

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT personRef     - -  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT personRef - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST personRef          %a.global
                             %a.names
          type               CDATA              #IMPLIED
          teiForm            CDATA              'rs'           >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST personRef 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        key CDATA #IMPLIED
        reg CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        teiForm CDATA "rs" >
*-->

pgptr

(in a back-of-the-book index) defines a reference to a particular page in the print original of the electronic edition, using the SGML identifier of that page.

<ixe>
  <entry>Cholmondeley, Mary</entry>
  <pgptr target="pg434">
</ixe> 

This element is empty; in typical processing, it should be replaced by the appropariate page number. When the delivery software is not capable of replacing this element with an appropriate string, the <pgref> element may be used instead. The sole difference between <pgptr> and <pgref> is <pgref> allows (and requires) that the form of the page reference be given explicitly in the electronic edition, while <pgptr> allows (requires) it to be omitted, and supplied automatically at processing time.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: ixref

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) ixe

May directly contain: [None]

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT pgptr         - O  EMPTY                              >
<!ATTLIST pgptr              %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST pgptr 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

pgref

(in a back-of-the-book index) contains a reference to a particular (volume and) page in the edition.

  <ixe>
    <entry>Cholmondeley, Mary</entry> 
    <pgref>434</pgref></ixe>
  <ixe type="correspondent">
    <entry>Cholmondeley, Reginald</entry>
    <pgref rend="bold" type="main-id">432-34</pgref>
    <pgref>522n2</pgref>
    <pgref>657<hi>illus</hi></pgref>
    <subs>
      <ixe><entry>letter to</entry> <pgref>434</pgref></ixe>
      <ixe><entry>letters by</entry> <pgref>432-34</pgref></ixe>
    </subs>
  </ixe>

The entry for Reginal Cholmondeley is marked as type="correspondent", and the page reference, in the same entry, for pages 432-34 is marked type="main-id", in order to allow the entry phrase and page reference to be bolded.

The <pgref> element is provided for transitional editions created on the basis of print indices, where it is not economically feasible to replace the page references with document references. New indices created for electronic editions should use <docref> instead of <pgref> .

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: ixref

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) ixe

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT pgref         - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT pgref - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 

        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST pgref              %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST pgref 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

place

contains the name of a place.

Attributes include:

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, back*, body*, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote, extent, figDesc, figure*, formula*, gap*, head, headNote, hi, idno*, ital, item, l, label, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, note, notes*, p, pb*, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType*, subscr, super, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, anchor*, back*, body*, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote, extent, figDesc, figure*, formula*, gap*, head, headNote, hi, idno*, ital, item, l, label, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, nav, note, notes*, p, pb*, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, ptr*, q, ref, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType*, subscr, super, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title, uLine, what, xptr*, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, addressee, anchor*, argument*, attestation, auth, author, authority, availability*, back*, bibl, biblFull*, biblScope, bobIndex*, body*, bold, byline, catDesc, catRef*, category*, cell, change*, cit*, classCode, classDecl*, closer, closing, copyright, corr, correction*, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, distinct, distributor, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor, docBody*, docDate, docEdition, docGroup*, docImprint, docTitle*, docketing, docptr*, docref, edBack*, edFront*, edition, editionStmt*, editor, editorialDecl*, emph, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph*, extent, figDesc, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign, formula*, front*, funder, fw, gap*, gloss, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head, headNote, hi, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital, item, ixe*, keywords*, l, label, langUsage*, language, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name, nav, normalization*, note, notes*, notesStmt*, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb*, permissions, person, personRef, pgptr*, pgref, place, placeRef, plink*, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace, publicationStmt*, publisher, q, quotation*, ref, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg, rendition, repository*, resp, respStmt*, restore, revisionDesc*, row*, rs, s, sCap, salute, samplingDecl*, seg, segmentation*, sender, series*, seriesStmt*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType*, sp*, space*, speaker, sponsor, stage, stdVals*, subs*, subscr, super, supplied, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage, tagsDecl*, target, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term, text*, textClass*, time, title, titlePage*, titlePart, titleStmt*, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT place         - -  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT place - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST place              %a.global
                             %a.names
          type               CDATA              #IMPLIED
          teiForm            CDATA              'name'         >


<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST place 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        key CDATA #IMPLIED
        reg CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        teiForm CDATA "name" >
*-->

placeRef

contains a reference to a place.

Attributes include:

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT placeRef      - -  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT placeRef - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST placeRef           %a.global
                             %a.names
          type               CDATA              #IMPLIED
          teiForm            CDATA              'rs'           >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST placeRef 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        key CDATA #IMPLIED
        reg CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        teiForm CDATA "rs" >
*-->

preparedBy

gives the name or initials of the staff member who prepared the electronic version of the document in its current state.

<mepHeader>
  ...
  <preparedBy>DRC</preparedBy>
  ...
</mepHeader>

This field should always be supplied, through automatic means if possible.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: mepHeader

Date description: May contain the same elements as a paragraph.

<!ELEMENT preparedBy - O (%paraContent;) >
<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT preparedBy - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST preparedBy         %a.global >
<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST preparedBy 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

prepDate

specifies the date when electronic representation of this document was prepared in its current state (created or revised).

<mepHeader>
  ...
  <preparedBy>DRC</preparedBy>
  <prepDate>20 July 1995</prepDate>
</mepHeader>

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: mepHeader

Date description: May contain the same elements as a paragraph.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) mepHeader
(Level L2:) mepHeader
(Level L3:) mepHeader

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT prepDate - O (%paraContent;) >
<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT prepDate - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST prepDate           %a.global >
<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST prepDate 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

principal
(principal researcher) supplies the name of the principal researcher responsible for the creation of an electronic text.

  <principal>Gary Taylor

<!ELEMENT principal - o (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST principal 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "principal" >

profileDesc
(text-profile description) provides a detailed description of non-bibliographic aspects of a text, specifically the languages and sublanguages used, the situation in which it was produced, the participants and their setting.

<profileDesc>
  <langUsage><language wsd=FR>French
  <textDesc n=novel>
    <channel mode=w>print; part issues
    <constitution type=single>
    <derivation type=original>
    <domain type=art><factuality type=fiction>
    <interaction type=none>
    <preparedness type=prepared>
    <purposes><purpose type=entertain degree=high>
              <purpose type=inform degree=medium>
    </purposes>
  </textDesc>
  <settingDesc>
    <setting><place>Paris, France
             <time>Late 19th century
    </setting>
  </settingDesc>
</profileDesc>

<!ELEMENT profileDesc - -  (creation?, langUsage*, textDesc*,
particDesc*, settingDesc*, handList*, textClass*) > 

<!ATTLIST profileDesc 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "profileDesc" >

projectDesc
(project description) describes in detail the aim or purpose for which an electronic file was encoded, together with any other relevant information concerning the process by which it was assembled or collected.

 <projectDesc><p>Texts collected for use in the Claremont Shakespeare
    Clinic, June 1990</projectDesc>

<!ELEMENT projectDesc - o (p+) > 

<!ATTLIST projectDesc 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "projectDesc" >

ps

contains the postscript of an historical document.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: common inter

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) add, addressee, argument, attestation, auth, body, bold, cell, closing, copyright, corr, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, docEdition, docketing, docref, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph, figDesc, foreign, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, org, orgRef, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, ps, q, ref, rendition, sCap, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, title, titlePart, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) address, addressee*, argument, attestation, author*, bibl, biblFull, bobIndex, byline, cit, closer, closing, date*, dateline, docAuthor, docDate, docketing, enclosure, endorsement, epigraph, extent*, figure*, head, idno*, index***, l, label, lb***, lg, list, listBibl, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, note, notes*, opener, org*, p, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ps, ptr*, q, ref*, refs*, repository*, salute, sender*, series*, signed, sourceNote*, sp, stage, supplied*, text, title*, trailer, what, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT ps            - -  ((%m.divtop)*,
                              (%component)+,
                              (%m.divbot)*)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT ps - - 
        ((address | argument | byline | docAuthor | docDate | epigraph 
        | head | opener)*, (ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
        | text | what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | 
        docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | stage)+, (address 
        | byline | closer | epigraph | trailer)*) >

*-->
<!ATTLIST ps                 %a.global                          >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST ps 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

ptr
defines a pointer to another location in the current document in terms of one or more identifiable elements.

Attributes:

target specifies the destination of the pointer as one or more SGML identifiers
Value: Each value specified must be the same as that specified as value for an ID attribute for some other element in the current SGML document.


<ptr target="P2 P5" resp=LB type=s>
<ptr target='D1' type='defn'>
<!ELEMENT ptr - O EMPTY > 

<!ATTLIST ptr 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp CDATA #IMPLIED
	crdate CDATA #IMPLIED
	targType NAMES #IMPLIED
	targOrder (Y | N | U) U
	evaluate (all | one | none) #IMPLIED
	target IDREFS #REQUIRED
	TEIform CDATA "ptr" >

publicationStmt
(publication statement) groups information concerning the publication or distribution of an electronic or other text.

<publicationStmt>
<publisher>C. Muquardt <pubPlace>Bruxelles & Leipzig
<date>1846

<publicationStmt>
<publisher>Chadwyck Healey
<pubPlace>Cambridge
<availability>Available under licence only
<date>1992

<!ELEMENT publicationStmt - o
(p+ | ( (publisher | distributor | authority) & 
        (pubPlace?, address?, idno*, availability?, date?)+ )+ ) > 

<!ATTLIST publicationStmt 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "publicationStmt" >

publisher
/ provides the name of the organization responsible for the publication or distribution of a bibliographic item.

<imprint><pubPlace>Oxford</pubPlace>
        <publisher>Clarendon Press</publisher>
        <date>1987</date>
</imprint>

Use the full form of the name by which a company is usually referred to, rather than any abbreviation of it which may appear on a title page

<!ELEMENT publisher - o (%phrase.seq) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST publisher 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "publisher" > 

pubPlace
contains the name of the place where a bibliographic item was published.

 

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT pubPlace - -  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST pubPlace 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	key CDATA #IMPLIED
	reg CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "pubPlace" >

q
(quoted speech or thought) contains a quotation or apparent quotation --- a representation of speech or thought marked as being quoted from someone else (whether in fact quoted or not); in narrative, the words are usually those of of a character or speaker; in dictionaries, <q> may be used to mark real or contrived examples of usage.

Attributes:

type may be used to indicate whether the quoted matter is spoken or thought, or to characterize it more finely.

Values:

spoken
representation of direct speech, usually marked by quotation marks.
thought
representation of thought, e.g. internal monologue.

direct may be used to indicate whether the quoted matter is regarded as direct or indirect speech.

Values:

y
speech or thought is represented directly.
n
speech or thought is represented indirectly, e.g. by use of a marked verbal aspect.
unspecified
no claim is made.

who identifies the speaker of a piece of direct speech.
Value: may be an idref


And so, as Tiny Tim observed,
<q type=speech>God Bless Us, Every One!</q>
<!ELEMENT q - - (%specialPara) > 
	(((bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp), (ps | signed | salute | 
	closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)*) | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place 
	| person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | 
	shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time 
	| add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | 
	orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear 
	| uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct 
	| emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term 
	| title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula 
	| fw | handShift | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
	| what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
	| bibl | biblFull | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | 
	note | figure | stage | table | text)*) >


<!ATTLIST q 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	direct (y | n | unspecified) unspecified
	who CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "q" >

quote
(quotation) contains a phrase or passage attributed by the narrator or author to some agency external to the text.

Lexicography has shown little sign of being affected by the
work of followers of J.R. Firth, probably best summarized
in his slogan, <quote>You shall know a word by the company it
keeps</quote><ref target=FI57>(Firth, 1957)</ref>

If a bibliographic citation is supplied for the source of a quotation, the two may be grouped using the <cit> element.

<!ELEMENT quote - - (%specialPara;) > 

rdg
(reading) contains a single reading within a textual variation.

<rdg wit='Ra2'>Eryment</rdg> 

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT rdg - O  (%paraContent) +(%m.fragmentary) > 

rdgGrp
(reading group) within a textual variation, groups two or more readings perceived to have a genetic relationship or other affinity.

<app>
    <lem wit='El Ra2'>though</lem>
    <rdgGrp type=orthographic>
         <rdg wit='Hg'>thogh</rdg>
         <rdg wit='La'>thouhe</rdg>
    </rdgGrp>
</app>

Note that only one <lem> element may appear within a single apparatus entry, whether it appears outside a <rdgGrp> element or within it.

May contain readings and nested reading groups.

<!ELEMENT rdgGrp - O ((rdgGrp, wit?) | ((lem, wit?)?, (rdg, wit?)*)+) > 

ref

defines a reference to another location in the current document, in terms of one or more identifiable elements, possibly modified by additional text or comment.

Attributes include:

<ref target="P2 P5" resp=LB type=s>
   See especially the second sentence</ref>.
 
   See also <ref>s.v. <term>locution</term></ref>.

Part: TEI P3, base tag set (core)

Member of classes: clloc pointer termincl

May occur directly in:
(Level L2:) add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, anchor*, back*, body*, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote, extent, figDesc, figure*, formula*, gap*, head, headNote, hi, idno*, ital, item, l, label, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, nav, note, notes*, p, pb*, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, ptr*, q, ref, reference, refs*, repository, row*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType, subscr, super, surrogate*, table*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title, uLine, what, xptr*, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, addressee, anchor*, argument*, attestation, auth, author, authority, availability*, back*, bibl, biblFull*, biblScope, bobIndex*, body*, bold, byline, catDesc, catRef*, category*, cell, change*, cit, classCode, classDecl*, closer, closing, copyright, corr, correction*, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, distinct, distributor, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor, docBody*, docDate, docEdition, docGroup*, docImprint, docTitle*, docketing, docptr*, docref, edBack*, edFront*, edition, editionStmt*, editor, editorialDecl*, emph, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph*, extent, figDesc, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign, formula*, front*, funder, fw, gap*, gloss, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head, headNote, hi, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital, item, ixe*, keywords*, l, label, langUsage*, language, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name, nav, normalization*, note, notes*, notesStmt*, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb*, permissions, person, personRef, pgptr*, pgref, place, placeRef, plink*, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace, publicationStmt*, publisher, q, quotation*, ref, reference, refs*, refsDecl*, reg, rendition, repository, resp, respStmt*, restore, revisionDesc*, row*, rs, s, sCap, salute, samplingDecl*, seg, segmentation*, sender, series*, seriesStmt*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType, sp*, space*, speaker, sponsor, stage, stdVals*, subs*, subscr, super, supplied, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term, text*, textClass*, time, title, titlePage*, titlePart, titleStmt*, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT ref - - (%paraContent) >
<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT ref - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST ref 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        resp CDATA #IMPLIED
        crdate CDATA #IMPLIED
        targType NAMES #IMPLIED
        targOrder (Y | N | U) U
        evaluate (all | one | none) #IMPLIED
        target IDREFS #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "ref" >

reference

marks a reference to a person, place, repository, or other thing in an image target.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) refs
(Level L2:) refs
(Level L3:) refs

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository, series*, sourceNote*, title*
(Level L2:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr, ref, refs*, repository, series*, sourceNote*, title*, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, notes*, org, pb***, permissions*, person, place*, plink**, ptr, ref, refs*, repository, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, supplied*, title*, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT reference     - -  (#PCDATA | %m.name; | %m.crossref;)*   >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT reference - - 
        (#PCDATA | repository | person | org | name | ptr | ref 
        | xptr | xref)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST reference          %a.global;                         >


<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST reference 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

refs (references)

(in a document-image target) contains the set of all references given for an image target.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Date description: May contain any number of <reference> or <xref> elements.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, q*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*
(Level L2:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, anchor*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, nav*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, ptr*, q*, ref*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) abbr*, add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, addressee*, anchor*, argument*, attestation*, auth*, author*, authority*, availability*, back*, bibl*, biblFull*, biblScope*, bobIndex*, body*, bold*, byline*, catDesc*, catRef*, category*, cell*, change*, cit*, classCode*, classDecl*, closer*, closing*, copyright*, corr*, correction*, creation*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, distinct*, distributor*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor*, docBody*, docDate*, docEdition*, docGroup*, docImprint*, docTitle*, docketing*, docptr*, docref*, edBack*, edFront*, edition*, editionStmt*, editor*, editorialDecl*, emph*, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote*, endorsement*, entry*, epigraph*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign*, formula*, front*, funder*, fw*, gap*, gloss*, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head*, headNote*, hi*, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital*, item*, ixe*, keywords*, l*, label*, langUsage*, language*, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name*, nav*, normalization*, note*, notes*, notesStmt*, num*, opener*, org*, orgRef*, orig*, p*, pb*, permissions*, person*, personRef*, pgptr*, pgref*, place*, placeRef*, plink*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, principal*, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace*, publicationStmt*, publisher*, q*, quotation*, ref*, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg*, rendition*, repository*, resp*, respStmt*, restore*, revisionDesc*, row*, rs*, s*, sCap*, salute*, samplingDecl*, seg*, segmentation*, sender*, series*, seriesStmt*, ship*, shipRef*, sic*, signed*, soCalled*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, sp*, space*, speaker*, sponsor*, stage*, stdVals*, subs*, subscr*, super*, supplied*, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage*, tagsDecl*, target, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term*, text*, textClass*, time*, title*, titlePage*, titlePart*, titleStmt*, trailer*, uLine*, unclear*, what*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, reference, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, title*
(Level L2:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, reference, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, title*, xptr*, xref
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, reference, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, supplied*, title*, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT refs          - -  (reference | xref)*                >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT refs - - 
        (reference | xref)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST refs               %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST refs 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

refsDecl
(references declaration) specifies how canonical references are constructed for this text.

Attributes:

doctype identifies the document type within which this reference declaration is used.
Value: must be the name of a document type


<refsDecl>
  <step gi=div1 att=n delim=":"
        from="DESCENDANT (1 DIV1 N %1) CHILD (1 HEAD) STRING %2"
        to  ="PARENT"
        refunit="chapter" >
  <step length=4>
        from="CHILD (ALL DIV2 N %3)"
        refunit="section" >
</refsDecl>

This example is a formal representation for the referencing scheme described informally in the following example:


<refsDecl>
  <p>References are made up by concatenating the value for
  the <att>n</att> attribute on each <gi>div1</gi> element,
  followed by a colon, followed by the first six characters
  of the first <gi>head</gi> element found within it and a
  space, followed by exactly four characters derived from the
  value of the <att>n</att> attribute on the next included
  <gi>div2</gi> element.
</refsDecl>

<!ELEMENT refsDecl - o (p+ | step+ | state+) > 

<!ATTLIST refsDecl 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	doctype NAME TEI.2
	TEIform CDATA "refsDecl" >

reg
(regularization) contains a reading which has been regularized or normalized in some sense.

Attributes:

orig (original) gives the unregularized form of the text as found in the source copy.
Value: any string of characters

     <reg orig='auctoritee'>Authority</reg>

resp (responsibility) identifies the individual responsible for the regularization of the word or phrase.
Value: any string of characters, typically the initials of the individual involved, or a role identifier like "editor" if not known by name.

 

 

The <reg> tag is mirrored by the <orig> tag, which allows the unnormalized form of the original to be retained as the content of the element, while still providing the opportunity to record the regularized or normalized form postulated by a researcher. The choice between the two elements is up to the encoder.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT reg - -  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST reg 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	orig CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "reg" >

rendition
(rendition) supplies information about the intended rendition of one or more elements.

 
 

Future releases of these Guidelines will provide for more detailed specifications of rendition in terms of DSSSL properties; the present proposal provides a hook for these extensions only.

<!ELEMENT rendition - O (%paraContent)  > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST rendition 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "rendition" >

repository

(in a document-image target) contains the name of a repository.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: data

Date description: May contain character data intermixed with cross references, editorially supplied information, and names of people, places, and organizations.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, q*, reference, refs*, repository, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*
(Level L2:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, anchor*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc*, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack*, edFront*, enclosure*, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, nav*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, ptr*, q*, ref*, reference, refs*, repository, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType, subscr*, super*, surrogate*, table*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) abbr*, add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, addressee*, anchor*, argument*, attestation*, auth*, author*, authority*, availability*, back*, bibl*, biblFull*, biblScope*, bobIndex*, body*, bold*, byline*, catDesc*, catRef*, category*, cell*, change*, cit*, classCode*, classDecl*, closer*, closing*, copyright*, corr*, correction*, creation*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, distinct*, distributor*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor*, docBody*, docDate*, docEdition*, docGroup*, docImprint*, docTitle*, docketing*, docptr*, docref*, edBack*, edFront*, edition*, editionStmt*, editor*, editorialDecl*, emph*, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote*, endorsement*, entry*, epigraph*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign*, formula*, front*, funder*, fw*, gap*, gloss*, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head*, headNote*, hi*, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital*, item*, ixe*, keywords*, l*, label*, langUsage*, language*, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name*, nav*, normalization*, note*, notes*, notesStmt*, num*, opener*, org*, orgRef*, orig*, p*, pb*, permissions*, person*, personRef*, pgptr*, pgref*, place*, placeRef*, plink*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, principal*, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace*, publicationStmt*, publisher*, q*, quotation*, ref*, reference, refs*, refsDecl*, reg*, rendition*, repository, resp*, respStmt*, restore*, revisionDesc*, row*, rs*, s*, sCap*, salute*, samplingDecl*, seg*, segmentation*, sender*, series*, seriesStmt*, ship*, shipRef*, sic*, signed*, soCalled*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType, sp*, space*, speaker*, sponsor*, stage*, stdVals*, subs*, subscr*, super*, supplied*, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage*, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term*, text*, textClass*, time*, title*, titlePage*, titlePart*, titleStmt*, trailer*, uLine*, unclear*, what*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository, series*, sourceNote*, title*
(Level L2:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr, ref, refs*, repository, series*, sourceNote*, title*, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, notes*, org, pb***, permissions*, person, place*, plink**, ptr, ref, refs*, repository, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, supplied, title*, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT repository    - -  (%prose;)                          >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT repository - - 
        (#PCDATA | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | repository | person 
        | org | name | supplied)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST repository         %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST repository 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

resp
(statement of responsibility) describes the nature of the responsibility assigned to a given individual for the intellectual content of a text, edition, recording, or series.

  <respStmt><resp>transcribed from original ms</resp>
        <name>Claus Huitfeldt</name>
  </respStmt>

  <respStmt><resp>converted to SGML encoding</resp>
        <name>Alan Morrison</name>
  </respStmt>

<!ELEMENT resp - o ((resp & name), (resp | name)*) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST resp 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "resp" > 

respStmt
(statement of responsibility) supplies a statement of responsibility for someone responsible for the intellectual content of a text, edition, recording, or series, where the specialized elements for authors, editors, etc. do not suffice or do not apply.

  <respStmt><resp>transcribed from original ms</resp>
        <name>Claus Huitfeldt</name>
  </respStmt>

  <respStmt><resp>converted to SGML encoding</resp>
        <name>Alan Morrison</name>
  </respStmt>

<!ELEMENT respStmt - o ((resp & name), (resp | name)*) > 

<!ATTLIST respStmt 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "respStmt" >

restore
indicates restoration of text to an earlier state by cancellation of an editorial or authorial marking or instruction.

Attributes:

type indicates the action cancelled by the restoration.
Value: The value of this should be the name of the tag contained within the <restore> element which is cancelled by the restoration. Most often, this will be <del>, but might also be <hi>, etc. In cases of simple nesting of a single cancelled action within the <restore> element this attribute will not be necessary

 

desc (description) gives a prose description of the means of restoration.
Value: Any word or phrase, such as "stet" or "strike-down".

 

resp (responsible) signifies the editor or transcriber responsible for identifying the hand of the restoration.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 

cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty ascribed to the identification of the hand of the restoration.

 

hand signifies the hand of the agent which made the restoration.
Value: must be one of the hand identifiers declared in the document header (see section ).

 

Remainder of this tagdoc copied from rdg by LB

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT restore - O  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST restore 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	wit CDATA #IMPLIED
	cause CDATA #IMPLIED
	varSeq NUMBER #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	desc CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp IDREF #IMPLIED
	cert CDATA #IMPLIED
	hand IDREF #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "restore" >

revisionDesc
(revision description) summarizes the revision history for a file.

  <revisionDesc>
  <change><date>11 Nov 91  <name>EB  <what>Deleted chapter 10
  <change><date>23 Sept 91 <name>MSM <what>First draft
  </revisionDesc>

Record changes with most recent changes at the top of the list.

<!ELEMENT revisionDesc - - (list | change+) >

<!ATTLIST revisionDesc 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "revisionDesc" > 

row
contains one row of a table.

Attributes:

role indicates the kind of information held in the cells of this row.

Values:

label
labelling or descriptive information only.
data
data values.

The value specified is the default for all cells in this row.


<row role=data>
  <cell role=label>Classics
  <cell>Idle listless and unimproving
</row>

<!ELEMENT row - O ((cell|table)+) > 

<!ATTLIST row 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	role CDATA data
	TEIform CDATA "row" >

rs
(referencing string) contains a general purpose name or referring string.

Attributes:

type indicates more specifically the object referred to by the referencing string. Values might include "person", "place", "ship", "element" etc.
Value: Any string of characters.


<q>My dear <rs type=person>Mr. Bennet</rs>, </q>
said <rs type=person>his lady</rs> to him one day,
<q>have you heard that <rs type=place>Netherfield
Park</rs> is let at last?</q>
<!ELEMENT rs - - (%phrase.seq) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST rs 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	key CDATA #IMPLIED
	reg CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "rs" >

s
(s-unit) contains a sentence-like division of a text.

<s>When are you leaving?</s>
<s>Tomorrow.</s>

The <s> element may be used to mark orthographic sentences, or any other segmentation of a text, provided that the segmentation is end-to-end, complete, and non-nesting. For other kinds of segmentation, the <seg> element should be used.

May contain character data, phrase-level and segmentation class elements, other than <s>.

<!ELEMENT s - -  (%phrase.seq) -(s) >
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* 
	-(s)  >


<!ATTLIST s 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	function CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "s" > 

salute (salutation)

contains a salutation or greeting prefixed to a foreword, dedicatory epistle or other division of a text, or the salutation in the closing of a letter, preface, etc.

 

Part: TEI P3, base tag set (core)

Member of classes: common divtop divbot inter

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, body, bold, cell, copyright, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, endNote, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, seg, subscr, super, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, body, bold, cell, copyright, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, endNote, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, seg, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref
(Level L3:) add, addressee, argument, attestation, auth, body, bold, cell, closer, closing, copyright, corr, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, docEdition, docketing, docref, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph, figDesc, foreign, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, opener, org, orgRef, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, ps, q, ref, rendition, sCap, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, title, titlePart, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, del, delSpan, extent*, figure*, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, lb***, milestone***, msp*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, refs*, repository*, sCap, seg, series*, sourceNote*, subscr, super, title, uLine
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, del, delSpan, extent*, figure*, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, seg, series*, sourceNote*, subscr, super, title, uLine, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, auth, author*, bold, corr, damage, date, del, delSpan, distinct, emph, extent*, figure*, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, lb***, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ptr, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, subscr, super, supplied, term, time, title, uLine, unclear, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT salute - O (%phrase.seq;) >
<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT salute - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST salute 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "salute" >

samplingDecl
(sampling declaration) contains a prose description of the rationale and methods used in sampling texts in the creation of a corpus or collection.

 

This element records all information about systematic inclusion or omission of portions of the text, whether a reflection of sampling procedures in the pure sense or of systematic omission of material deemed either too difficult to transcribe or not of sufficient interest.

<!ELEMENT samplingDecl - o (p+) >

<!ATTLIST samplingDecl 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "samplingDecl" > 

sCap

contains text which is in a caps and small caps font

Text in caps and small caps should be transcribed in mixed case within an <sCap> element.


Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: highlights

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT sCap          - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT sCap - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST sCap
          id                 ID                  #IMPLIED
          n                  CDATA               #IMPLIED
          lang               IDREF               %INHERITED
          rend               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          TEIform            CDATA               'hi'           >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST sCap 
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "hi" >
*-->

seg
(arbitrary segment) contains any arbitrary phrase-level unit of text (including other <seg> elements).

Attributes:

subtype provides a sub-categorization of the segment is marked.
Value: any string of characters.

The subtype attribute may be used to provide any classification for the <seg> elements tagged in a text suitable for the type given.

part specifies whether or not the segment is complete.

Values:

Y
the segment is incomplete
N
either the segment is complete, or no claim is made as to its completeness
I
the initial part of an incomplete segment
M
a medial part of an incomplete segment
F
the final part of an incomplete segment

The values I, M, or F should be used only where it is clear how the segment is to be reconstituted.


<seg>When are you leaving?</seg>
<seg>Tomorrow.</seg>

<s>
<seg type='typographic part-line'
rend=caps>So father's only</seg>
glory was the ballfield.</s>

<seg id=S1S3 type=preamble>
  <seg id=S1>Sigmund,
      <seg type=patronym>the son of Volsung</seg>,
  was a king in Frankish country.</seg>
  <seg id=S2>Sinfiotli was the eldest of his sons ...</seg>
  <seg id=S3>Borghild, Sigmund's wife, had a brother ... </seg>
<!-- ... -->
</seg>

The <seg> element may be used at the encoder's discretion to mark any segments of the text of interest for processing. One use of the element is to mark text features for which no appropriate markup is otherwise defined --- i.e. as a simple extension mechanism. Another use is to provide an identifier for some segment which is to be pointed at by some other element --- i.e. to provide a target, or a part of a target, for a <ptr> or other similar element.

May contain anything which may appear within a paragraph.

<!ELEMENT seg - -  (%paraContent) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST seg 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	function CDATA #IMPLIED
	spkr NAME #IMPLIED
	date NMTOKEN #IMPLIED
	subtype CDATA #IMPLIED
	part (Y | N | I | M | F) N
	TEIform CDATA "seg" >

sender

contains the name of the sender in the heading of the document

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data mepHeader

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, addressee, anchor*, argument*, attestation, auth, author, authority, availability*, back*, bibl, biblFull*, biblScope, bobIndex*, body*, bold, byline, catDesc, catRef*, category*, cell, change*, cit*, classCode, classDecl*, closer, closing, copyright, corr, correction*, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, distinct, distributor, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor, docBody*, docDate, docEdition, docGroup*, docImprint, docTitle*, docketing, docptr*, docref, edBack*, edFront*, edition, editionStmt*, editor, editorialDecl*, emph, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph*, extent, figDesc, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign, formula*, front*, funder, fw, gap*, gloss, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head, headNote, hi, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital, item, ixe*, keywords*, l, label, langUsage*, language, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned, mepHeader, milestone*, msp*, name, nav, normalization*, note, notes*, notesStmt*, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb*, permissions, person, personRef, pgptr*, pgref, place, placeRef, plink*, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace, publicationStmt*, publisher, q, quotation*, ref, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg, rendition, repository*, resp, respStmt*, restore, revisionDesc*, row*, rs, s, sCap, salute, samplingDecl*, seg, segmentation*, sender, series*, seriesStmt*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType*, sp*, space*, speaker, sponsor, stage, stdVals*, subs*, subscr, super, supplied, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term, text*, textClass*, time, title, titlePage*, titlePart, titleStmt*, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT sender        - -  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT sender - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST sender             %a.global                          >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST sender 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

series
(series information) (in an image target) identifies the series, within an edition or collection, to which a document is assigned; (in a bibliographic reference) contains information about the series in which a book or other bibliographic item has appeared.

 

May contain character data and certain phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT series - O  (title | editor | respStmt | biblScope | #PCDATA)* >

<!ATTLIST series 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED > 

seriesStmt
(series statement) groups information about the series, if any, to which a publication belongs.

<seriesStmt>
    <title>Machine-Readable Texts for the Study of Indian
                  Literature</title>
    <respStmt>
         <resp>ed. by</resp> <name>Jan Gonda</name>
    </respStmt>
    <idno type=vol>1.2</idno>
    <idno type=ISSN>0 345 6789</idno>
</seriesStmt>

<!ELEMENT seriesStmt - O ( (title, (idno |  respStmt)*)
| p+ ) > 

<!ATTLIST seriesStmt 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "seriesStmt" >

ship

contains the name of a ship.

Attributes include:

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT ship          - -  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT ship - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST ship               %a.global
                             %a.names
          type               CDATA              #IMPLIED
          teiForm            CDATA              'name'         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST ship 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        key CDATA #IMPLIED
        reg CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        teiForm CDATA "name" >
*-->

shipRef

contains a reference to a ship

Attributes include:

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L3)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT shipRef       - -  (%paraContent)                     >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT shipRef - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST shipRef            %a.global
                             %a.names
          type               CDATA              #IMPLIED
          teiForm            CDATA              'rs'           >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST shipRef 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        key CDATA #IMPLIED
        reg CDATA #IMPLIED
        type CDATA #IMPLIED
        teiForm CDATA "rs" >
*-->

sic
contains text reproduced although apparently incorrect or inaccurate.

Attributes:

corr (correction) gives a correction for the apparent error in the copy text.
Value: any string of characters

  for his nose was as sharp as a pen, and
  <sic corr="a' babbled">a Table</sic>
  of green fields.

resp (responsibility) signifies the editor or transcriber responsible for suggesting the correction held as the value of the corr attribute.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 The address is Southmoor <expan abbrev='Rd' resp=LB>Road</>.

This attribute has no meaning if no corr attribute is supplied.

cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty ascribed to the correction held as the value of the corr attribute.

 

This attribute has no meaning if no corr attribute is supplied.


If all that is desired is to call attention to the apparent problem in the copy text, no attributes are required:

I don't know, Juan.  It's so far in the past now &mdash;
how <sic>we can</sic> prove or disprove anyone's theories?

It is also possible to provide a correct reading and to identify the individual responsible for the correction:

I don't know, Juan.  It's so far in the past now &mdash;
how <sic corr='can we' resp='MSM'>we can</sic> prove or
disprove anyone's theories?

The <sic> tag is a mirror of <corr>:&# 9;the former leaves the original text untouched, giving the correction as an attribute value; the latter substitutes the correction, leaving the original reading as an attribute value. The choice between them is up to the encoder.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT sic - -  (%specialPara;) > 
	(((bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp), (ps | signed | salute | 
	closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)*) | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place 
	| person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | 
	shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time 
	| add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | 
	orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear 
	| uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct 
	| emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term 
	| title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula 
	| fw | handShift | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
	| what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
	| bibl | biblFull | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | 
	note | figure | stage | table | text)*) >


<!ATTLIST sic 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	corr CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp IDREF #IMPLIED
	cert CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "sic" >

signed
(signature) contains the signature of a letter (or of a dedicatory epistle, or other division of a text).

<closing>Thine to command <signed>Humph. Moseley</signed></closing>
<!ELEMENT signed - O (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST signed 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "signed" >

soCalled
(so called) contains a word or phrase for which the author or narrator indicates a disclaiming of responsibility, for example by the use of scare quotes or italics.

To edge his way along the crowded paths of life, warning
all human sympathy to keep its distance, was what the
knowing ones call <soCalled>nuts</soCalled> to Scrooge.
<!ELEMENT soCalled - - (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST soCalled 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "soCalled" >

sourceDesc
supplies a bibliographic description of the copy text(s) from which an electronic text was derived or generated.

  <sourceDesc>
  <p>No source: created in machine-readable form.</p>
  </sourceDesc>

<!ELEMENT sourceDesc - - (p | bibl | biblFull | biblStruct | listBibl |
scriptStmt | recordingStmt)+ > 

<!ATTLIST sourceDesc 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "sourceDesc" >

sourceNote

contains an editorial note describing the source of an historical document.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack, edFront, enclosure, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, q*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate, table*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*
(Level L2:) add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, anchor*, back*, body*, bold*, cell*, copyright*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, doc, docBody*, docGroup*, edBack, edFront, enclosure, endNote*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, formula*, gap*, head*, headNote*, hi*, idno*, ital*, item*, l*, label*, lb*, lg*, list*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, nav*, note*, notes*, p*, pb*, permissions*, place*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, ptr*, q*, ref*, reference*, refs*, repository*, row*, sCap*, salute*, seg*, series*, signed*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, subscr*, super*, surrogate, table*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, text*, title*, uLine*, what*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) abbr*, add*, addSpan*, addrLine*, address*, addressee*, anchor*, argument*, attestation*, auth*, author*, authority*, availability*, back*, bibl*, biblFull*, biblScope*, bobIndex*, body*, bold*, byline*, catDesc*, catRef*, category*, cell*, change*, cit*, classCode*, classDecl*, closer*, closing*, copyright*, corr*, correction*, creation*, damage*, date*, dateline*, del*, delSpan*, distinct*, distributor*, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc, docAuthor*, docBody*, docDate*, docEdition*, docGroup*, docImprint*, docTitle*, docketing*, docptr*, docref*, edBack, edFront, edition*, editionStmt*, editor*, editorialDecl*, emph*, enclosure, encodingDesc*, endNote*, endorsement*, entry*, epigraph*, extent*, figDesc*, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign*, formula*, front*, funder*, fw*, gap*, gloss*, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head*, headNote*, hi*, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital*, item*, ixe*, keywords*, l*, label*, langUsage*, language*, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned*, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name*, nav*, normalization*, note*, notes*, notesStmt*, num*, opener*, org*, orgRef*, orig*, p*, pb*, permissions*, person*, personRef*, pgptr*, pgref*, place*, placeRef*, plink*, prepDate*, preparedBy*, principal*, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace*, publicationStmt*, publisher*, q*, quotation*, ref*, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg*, rendition*, repository*, resp*, respStmt*, restore*, revisionDesc*, row*, rs*, s*, sCap*, salute*, samplingDecl*, seg*, segmentation*, sender*, series*, seriesStmt*, ship*, shipRef*, sic*, signed*, soCalled*, sourceDesc*, sourceNote*, sourceType*, sp*, space*, speaker*, sponsor*, stage*, stdVals*, subs*, subscr*, super*, supplied*, surrogate, table*, tagUsage*, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term*, text*, textClass*, time*, title*, titlePage*, titlePart*, titleStmt*, trailer*, uLine*, unclear*, what*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, del, delSpan, extent, figure*, formula, gap, hi, idno, ital, lb***, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, seg, series, sourceNote*, subscr, super, title, uLine
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, del, delSpan, extent, figure*, formula, gap, hi, idno, ital, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, seg, series, sourceNote*, subscr, super, title, uLine, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, auth, author, bibl, biblScope, bold, corr, damage, date, del, delSpan, distinct, edition, editor, emph, extent, figure*, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno, imprint, index***, ital, lb***, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ptr, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, respStmt, restore, rs, s, sCap, seg, sender, series, ship, shipRef, sic, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, subscr, super, supplied, term, time, title, uLine, unclear, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT sourceNote    - O  (#PCDATA | %m.phrase; | q |
                             bibl | %m.biblPart;)*              >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT sourceNote - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | q | bibl | author | biblScope | edition | editor | extent 
        | idno | imprint | note | publisher | pubPlace | respStmt 
        | series)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST sourceNote         %a.global;
                             %a.declarable;
          TEIform            CDATA               'bibl'         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST sourceNote 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        default (YES | NO) NO
        TEIform CDATA "bibl" >
*-->

sourceType

contains a standard code indicating the type of source document used for the transcription: ALS, LS, etc..

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: data

Date description: May contain character data intermixed with cross references, editorially supplied information, and names of people, places, and organizations.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) notes
(Level L2:) notes
(Level L3:) notes

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository, series*, sourceNote*, title*
(Level L2:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, milestone***, msp*, nav*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr, ref, refs*, repository, series*, sourceNote*, title*, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, notes*, org, pb***, permissions*, person, place*, plink**, ptr, ref, refs*, repository, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, supplied, title*, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT sourceType    - -  (%prose;)                          >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT sourceType - - 
        (#PCDATA | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | repository | person 
        | org | name | supplied)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST sourceType         %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST sourceType 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

sp
(speech) An individual speech in a performance text, or a passage presented as such in a prose or verse text.

Attributes:

who identifies the speaker of the part by supplying an ID.
Value: The IDREFS are derived from the ID attribute on the role elements in the cast list or from a list of the participants.


<sp><speaker>The reverend Doctor Opimiam</speaker>
<p>I do not think I have named a single unpresentable fish.
<sp><speaker>Mr Gryll</speaker>
<p>Bream, Doctor: there is not much to be said for bream.
<sp><speaker>The Reverend Doctor Opimiam</speaker>
<p>On the contrary, sir, I think there is much to be said for him.
In the first place....
<p>Fish, Miss Gryll -- I could discourse to you on fish by the hour:
but for the present I will forbear...
</sp>

The who attribute on this element may be used either in addition to the <speaker> element or as an alternative.

Lines or paragraphs, stage directions, and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT sp - O (speaker?, (p | l | lg | seg | stage)+) > 

<!ATTLIST sp 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	who IDREFS #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "sp" >

space
indicates the location of a significant space in the copy text.

Attributes:

dim (dimension) indicates whether the space is horizontal or vertical.

Values:

horizontal
the space is horizontal.
vertical
the space is vertical.

For irregular shapes in two dimensions, the value for this attribute should reflect the more important of the two dimensions. In conventional left-right scripts, a space with both vertical and horizontal components should be classed as "vertical".

extent indicates approximately how large the space is, in letters, minims, inches, or other appropriate unit.
Value: any measured quantity, e.g. "10 letters" or "4\nlines".

resp indicates the individual responsible for identifying and measuring the space.
Value: usually the initials of the responsible individual.


<![ CDATA [
By god if wommen had writen storyes
As <space extent='7'> han within her oratoryes

This element should be used wherever it is desired to record an unusual space in the source text, e.g. space left for a word to be filled in later, for later rubrication, etc. It is not intended to be used to mark normal inter-word space or the like.

Empty.

<!ELEMENT space - O  EMPTY > 

<!ATTLIST space 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	dim (horizontal | vertical) #IMPLIED
	extent CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "space" >

speaker
A specialized form of heading or label, giving the name of one or more speakers in a dramatic text or fragment.

<sp who="NI RSA">
<speaker>Nancy and Robert</speaker>
<stage type=delivery>(speaking simultaneously)</stage>
<p>The future? ...
</sp>

The who attribute on the <sp> element may be used either in addition to this element or as an alternative.

Any sequence of phrase level data

<!ELEMENT speaker - O (%phrase.seq) -(speaker) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* 
	-(speaker)  >


<!ATTLIST speaker 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "speaker" >

sponsor
specifies the name of a sponsoring organization or institution.

<sponsor>Association for Computers and the Humanities
</sponsor>
<sponsor>Association for Computational Linguistics
</sponsor>
<sponsor>Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing
</sponsor>

Sponsors give their intellectual authority to a project; they are to be distinguished from funders, who provide the funding but do not necessarily take intellectual responsibility.

<!ELEMENT sponsor - o ( %phrase.seq; ) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST sponsor 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "sponsor" >

stage
(stage direction) contains any kind of stage direction within a dramatic text or fragment.

Attributes:

type indicates the kind of stage direction.

Values:

setting
describes a setting.
entrance
describes an entrance.
exit
describes an exit.
business
describes stage business.
novelistic
is a narrative, motivating stage direction.
delivery
describes how a character speaks.
modifier
gives some detail about a character.
location
describes a location.
mixed
more than one of the above

<stage type="setting">A curtain being drawn.</stage>
<stage type="setting">Music</stage>
<stage type="entrance">Enter Husband as being thrown off his
horse.</stage>
<stage type="exit">Exit pursued by a bear.</stage>
<stage type="business">He quickly takes the stone out.</stage>
<stage type="delivery">To Lussurioso.</stage>
<stage type="novelistic">Having had enough, and embarrassed for
the family.</stage>
<stage type="modifier">Disguised as Ansaldo.</stage>
<stage type="location">At a window.</stage>
<stage type="delivery rend="inline">Aside.</stage>
<!ELEMENT stage - - (%specialPara) -(stage) > 
	(((bobIndex | l | lg | p | sp), (ps | signed | salute | 
	closing | dateline | text | what | enclosure | attestation 
	| endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull | bobIndex | 
	l | lg | p | sp | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note 
	| stage)*) | (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place 
	| person | org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | 
	shipRef | abbr | address | date | name | num | rs | time 
	| add | addSpan | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | 
	orig | reg | restore | sic | space | supplied | unclear 
	| uLine | ital | bold | super | subscr | sCap | distinct 
	| emph | foreign | gloss | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term 
	| title | ptr | ref | xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula 
	| fw | handShift | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline 
	| what | enclosure | attestation | endorsement | docketing 
	| bibl | biblFull | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | 
	note | figure | stage | table | text)*) -(stage)  >


<!ATTLIST stage 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA mix
	TEIform CDATA "stage" >

subscr

contains text which is in a subscript font

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: highlights

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT subscr        - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT subscr - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST subscr
          id                 ID                  #IMPLIED
          n                  CDATA               #IMPLIED
          lang               IDREF               %INHERITED
          rend               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          TEIform            CDATA               'hi'           >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST subscr 
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "hi" >
*-->

super

marks text as being printed in superscript.

 <salute>D<super>r</super> Sir:</salute> 

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: highlights

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT super         - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT super - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST super
          id                 ID                  #IMPLIED
          n                  CDATA               #IMPLIED
          lang               IDREF               %INHERITED
          rend               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          TEIform            CDATA               'hi'           >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST super 
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "hi" >
*-->

supplied

signifies text supplied by the transcriber or editor in place of text which cannot be read, either because of physical damage or loss in the original or because it is illegible for any reason.

Attributes include:

<closing>I am dr Sr yr
  <supplied reason='illegible' 
    resp='RW' 
    source='amanuensis copy'>very humble Servt</supplied>
</closing>
<signed>Sydney Smith</signed>

The <damage> , <gap> , <del> , <unclear> and <supplied> elements may be closely allied in use. See TEI P3, section 18.2.4, "Use of the Gap, Del, Damage, Unclear and Supplied Tags in Combination" for discussion of which element is appropriate for which circumstance.

Part: TEI P3, top tag set (tc)

Member of classes: edit

Date description: May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

May occur directly in:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan*, addrLine, address*, addressee, anchor*, argument*, attestation, auth, author, authority, availability*, back*, bibl, biblFull*, biblScope, bobIndex*, body*, bold, byline, catDesc, catRef*, category*, cell, change*, cit*, classCode, classDecl*, closer, closing, copyright, corr, correction*, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan*, distinct, distributor, div*, div0*, div1*, div2*, div3*, div4*, div5*, div6*, div7*, divGen*, doc*, docAuthor, docBody*, docDate, docEdition, docGroup*, docImprint, docTitle*, docketing, docptr*, docref, edBack*, edFront*, edition, editionStmt*, editor, editorialDecl*, emph, enclosure*, encodingDesc*, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph*, extent, figDesc, figure*, fileDesc*, foreign, formula*, front*, funder, fw, gap*, gloss, hand*, handList*, handShift*, head, headNote, hi, hyphenation*, idno*, imprint*, index*, interpretation*, ital, item, ixe*, keywords*, l, label, langUsage*, language, lb*, lg*, list*, listBibl*, mentioned, mepHeader*, milestone*, msp*, name, nav, normalization*, note, notes*, notesStmt*, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, pb*, permissions, person, personRef, pgptr*, pgref, place, placeRef, plink*, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, profileDesc*, projectDesc*, ps*, ptr*, pubPlace, publicationStmt*, publisher, q, quotation*, ref, reference*, refs*, refsDecl*, reg, rendition, repository, resp, respStmt*, restore, revisionDesc*, row*, rs, s, sCap, salute, samplingDecl*, seg, segmentation*, sender, series*, seriesStmt*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceDesc*, sourceNote, sourceType, sp*, space*, speaker, sponsor, stage, stdVals*, subs*, subscr, super, supplied, surrogate*, table*, tagUsage, tagsDecl*, target*, targetInfo, targets*, taxonomy*, teiHeader*, term, text*, textClass*, time, title, titlePage*, titlePart, titleStmt*, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

May directly contain:
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT supplied - O (%paraContent;)  >
<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT supplied - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST supplied 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        reason CDATA #IMPLIED
        resp CDATA #IMPLIED
        hand IDREF #IMPLIED
        agent CDATA #IMPLIED
        source CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "supplied" >

Equivalent, in TEI P3, to: <supplied>


surrogate

contains a regest, summary, or abstract of an historical document.

The text of the surrogate is given within the document body; direct citations from the original are tagged as quotations using the <q> element.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) docGroup
(Level L2:) docGroup
(Level L3:) docGroup

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, dateline, docBody, endNote, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, lb, lb***, mepHeader, milestone, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, title*
(Level L2:) date*, dateline, docBody, endNote, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, lb, lb***, mepHeader, milestone, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, byline, date*, dateline, docAuthor, docBody, docDate, endNote, extent*, figure*, head, headNote, idno*, index, index***, lb, lb***, mepHeader, milestone, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, note, notes*, org*, pb, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote, supplied*, teiHeader, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT surrogate     - -  ((teiHeader | mepHeader),
                             (%m.edFront)*,
                             docBody,
                             (%m.edBack)*)    +(index
                                               | lb
                                               | milestone
                                               | plink
                                               | pb)            >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT surrogate - - 
        ((teiHeader | mepHeader), (head | sourceNote | headNote 
        | note | dateline | byline | docAuthor | docDate)*, docBody, 
        (note | sourceNote | endNote)*)  +(index | lb | milestone 
        | plink | pb) >

*-->
<!ATTLIST surrogate          %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST surrogate 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

table
contains text displayed in tabular form, in rows and columns.

Attributes:

rows indicates the number of rows in the table.
Value: If no number is supplied, an application must calculate the number of rows.

Rows should be presented from top to bottom.

cols indicates the number of columns in each row of the table.
Value: If no number is supplied, an application must calculate the number of columns.

Within each row, columns should be presented left to right.


<table rows=4 cols=4>
<head>Poor Men's Lodgings in Norfolk (Mayhew, 1843)
<row role=label>
  <cell></>
  <cell>Dossing Cribs or Lodging Houses</>
  <cell>Beds</>
  <cell>Needys or Nightly Lodgers</></row>
<row role=data>
  <cell role=label>Bury St Edmund's</>
  <cell>5</><cell>8</><cell>128</></row>
<row role=data>
  <cell role=label>Thetford</>
  <cell>3</><cell>6</><cell>36</></row>
<row role=data>
  <cell role=label>Attleboro'</>
  <cell>3</><cell>5</><cell>20</></row>
<row role=data>
  <cell role=label>Wymondham</>
  <cell>1</><cell>11</><cell>22</></row>
<!-- ... -->
</table>

Any rendition information should be supplied using the global rend attribute, at the table, row, or cell level as appropriate.

Contains an optional heading and a series of rows.

<!ELEMENT table - - (head*, row+) > 

<!ATTLIST table 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	rows NUMBER #IMPLIED
	cols NUMBER #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "table" >

tagsDecl
(tagging declaration) provides detailed information about the tagging applied to an SGML document.

 
<!ELEMENT tagsDecl - O (rendition*, tagUsage*)  > 

<!ATTLIST tagsDecl 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "tagsDecl" >

tagUsage
(tagUsage) supplies information about the usage of a specific element within a <text>.

Attributes:

gi the name (generic identifier) of the element indicated by the tag.
Value: the name of an element from the current dtd

occurs specifies the number of occurrences of this element within the text.
Value: an integer number greater than zero

ident specifies the number of occurrences of this element within the text which bear a distinct value for the global id attribute.
Value: an integer number greater than zero

render specifies the identifier of a <rendition> element which defines how this element is to be rendered.
Value: an SGML identifier specified as the value of the id attribute on some <rendition> element in the current document.


 
  <tagUsage gi=hi occurs=28 ident=2 render=IT>
      Used only to mark English words italicised in the copy text
  </tagUsage>
 
<!ELEMENT tagUsage - O (%paraContent)  > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST tagUsage 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	gi NAME #REQUIRED
	occurs NUMBER #IMPLIED
	ident NUMBER #IMPLIED
	render IDREF #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "tagUsage" >

target

contains one target with information about a document presented in page images.

The name of this element comes from a metaphoric extension of the notion of microfilm targets.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: data

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) docGroup, targets
(Level L2:) docGroup, targets
(Level L3:) docGroup, targets

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date, extent, figure, idno, lb***, milestone***, msp, notes, pb***, permissions, place, refs, repository*, series, sourceNote*, title
(Level L2:) date, extent, figure, idno, lb***, milestone***, msp, nav*, notes, pb***, permissions, place, ptr*, ref*, refs, repository*, series, sourceNote*, title, xptr*, xref
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date, extent, figure, idno, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp, name*, nav*, notes, org*, pb***, permissions, person*, place, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs, repository*, sender*, series, sourceNote*, supplied*, title, xptr*, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT target        - -  (series, (%m.docnum;), date, place,
                             extent, title, permissions, notes,
                             refs, figure*, xref*)              >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT target - - 
        (series, (msp | idno), date, place, extent, title, permissions, 
        notes, refs, figure*, xref*) >

*-->
<!ATTLIST target             %a.global;                         >


<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST target 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

targetInfo

contains loosely structured information about a document presented in page-image form.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: data

Date description: May contain any target information, in any order, and with anything nesting within anything else.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) targets
(Level L2:) targets
(Level L3:) targets

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date, extent, figure, idno, lb***, milestone***, msp, notes, pb***, permissions, place, refs, repository, series, sourceNote, title
(Level L2:) date, extent, figure, idno, lb***, milestone***, msp, nav, notes, pb***, permissions, place, ptr, ref, refs, repository, series, sourceNote, title, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) addressee, author, date, extent, figure, idno, index***, lb***, milestone***, msp, name, nav, notes, org, pb***, permissions, person, place, plink**, ptr, ref, refs, repository, sender, series, sourceNote, supplied, title, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT targetInfo    - -  (#PCDATA)           +(series
                                                 | msp
                                                 | idno
                                                 | date
                                                 | place
                                                 | extent
                                                 | title
                                                 | permissions
                                                 | notes
                                                 | sourceNote
                                                 | refs
                                                 | figure
                                                 | nav
                                                 | %m.role;
                                                 | %m.editorial;
                                                 | %m.name
                                                 | %m.crossref;)  >

<!ATTLIST targetInfo         %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST targetInfo 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

targets

contains a series of descriptions of image-edition document targets.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: data

Date description: May contain a series of <target> or <targetInfo> elements.

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) docGroup
(Level L2:) docGroup
(Level L3:) docGroup

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, mepHeader, milestone***, msp*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, target, targetInfo, title*
(Level L2:) date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, lb***, mepHeader, milestone***, msp*, nav*, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place*, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, series*, sourceNote*, target, targetInfo, title*, xptr*, xref*
(Level L3:) addressee*, author*, date*, extent*, figure*, idno*, index***, lb***, mepHeader, milestone***, msp*, name*, nav*, notes*, org*, pb***, permissions*, person*, place*, plink**, ptr*, ref*, refs*, repository*, sender*, series*, sourceNote*, supplied*, target, targetInfo, title*, xptr*, xref*

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT targets       - -  (mepHeader?,
                             (target | targetInfo)*)            >
<!ATTLIST targets            %a.global;                         >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST targets 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED >
*-->

taxonomy
(taxonomy) defines a typology used to classify texts either implicitly, by means of a bibliographic citation, or explicitly by a structured taxonomy.

  <taxonomy id=B>
    <bibl>Brown Corpus</bibl>
    <category id=B.A><catdesc>Press Reportage
      <category id=B.A1><catdesc>Daily</category>
      <category id=B.A2><catdesc>Sunday</category>
      <category id=B.A3><catdesc>National</category>
      <category id=B.A4><catdesc>Provincial</category>
      <category id=B.A5><catdesc>Political</category>
      <category id=B.A6><catdesc>Sports</category>
    </category>
    <category id=B.D><catDesc>Religion
      <category id=B.D1><catdesc>Books</category>
      <category id=B.D2><catdesc>Periodicals and tracts</category>
    </category>
  </taxonomy>
<!ELEMENT taxonomy  - - (category+ | ((bibl | biblStruct | biblFull),
category*)) > 

<!ATTLIST taxonomy 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "taxonomy" >

TEI.2
(TEI 2 document) contains a single TEI-conformant document, comprising a TEI header and a text, either in isolation or as part of a <teiCorpus> element.

 <TEI.2>
   <teiHeader>
     <fileDesc>
        <titleStmt>
           <title>The shortest TEI Document Imaginable</title>
        <publicationStmt>
           <p>Published as part of TEI P2.
        </publicationStmt>
     <sourceDesc>
           <p>No source: this is an original work.
     </sourceDesc>
   </teiHeader>
   <text>
     <body>
      <p>This is about the shortest TEI document imaginable.
     </body>
   </text>
 </TEI.2>

This element is required.

Must contain one TEI header and one text.

<!ELEMENT TEI.2 - O  (teiHeader, text) >

<!ATTLIST TEI.2 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "TEI.2" > 

teiHeader
(TEI Header) supplies the descriptive and declarative information making up an "electronic title page" prefixed to every TEI-conformant text.

Attributes:

type specifies the kind of document to which the header is attached.

Values:

text
the header is attached to a single text.
corpus
the header is attached to a corpus.

creator identifies the creator of the TEI Header.
Value: The name or initials of the person or institution responsible for creating this TEI header.

status indicates whether the header is new or has been substantially revised.

Values:

new
the header is a new header.
update
the header is an update (has been revised).

date.created indicates when the first version of the header was created.
Value: A date in any recognizable form.

date.updated indicates when the current version of the header was created.
Value: A date in any recognizable form.


<teiHeader>
<fileDesc>
   <titleStmt>
      <title>Shakespeare: the first folio (1623) in electronic form
      <author>Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
      <resp><role>Originally prepared by</>
      <date>1968
            <name>Trevor Howard-Hill</>
      <resp><role>Revised and edited by</>
            <name>Christine Avern-Carr</>
   <publicationStmt>
      <distributor>Oxford Text Archive
      <address>13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN, UK
      <idno>OTA number 119
      <availability>Freely available on a non-commercial basis.
      <date>1968
   <sourceDesc>
      <bibl>The first folio of Shakespeare, prepared by Charlton Hinman
      (The Norton Facsimile, 1968)</bibl>
</fileDesc>
<encodingDesc>
   <projectDesc>
   <p>Originally prepared for use in the production of a series of
      old-spelling concordances in 1968, this text was extensively
      checked and revised for use during the editing of the new Oxford
      Shakespeare (Wells and Taylor, 1989).
   <correction>
   <p>Turned letters are silently corrected.
   <normalization>
   <p>Original spelling and typography is retained, except that long s
      and ligatured forms are not encoded.
   </editorialDecl>
   <refsDecl id=ASLref>
      <step gi=div1 attr=n><delim string=" ">
      <step gi=div2 attr=n><delim string=".">
      <step gi=l attr=n>
   </refsDecl>
</encodingDesc>
<revisionDesc>
    <change><by>CAC<date>12 Apr 89<what>Last checked</change>
    <change><by>LB<date>1 Mar 89<what>Made new file</change>
</revisionDesc>
</teiHeader>

One of the few elements unconditionally required in any TEI document; the header may also be exchanged as an independent document.

<!ELEMENT teiHeader - - (fileDesc, encodingDesc*, profileDesc*, revisionDesc?) > 

<!ATTLIST teiHeader 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA text
	creator CDATA #IMPLIED
	status (new | update) new
	date.created CDATA #IMPLIED
	date.updated CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "teiHeader" >

term
contains a single-word, multi-word or symbolic designation which is regarded as a technical term.

Attributes:

type classifies the term using some typology.
Value: any string of characters; for serious terminological work, values should be taken from the dictionary of data element types specified in ISO WD 12 620.

 

A computational device that infers structure from grammatical
strings of words is known as a <term>parser</term>, and much
of the history of NLP over the last 20 years has been occupied
with the design of parsers.

We may define <term rend=sc id=tdpv>discoursal point of view</term>
as <gloss target=tdpv>the relationship, expressed through discourse
structure, between the implied author or some other addresser,
and the fiction.</gloss>

In formal terminological work, there is frequently discussion over whether terms must be atomic or may include multi-word lexical items, symbolic designations, or phraseological units. The <term> element may be used to mark any of these. No position is taken on the philosophical issue of what a term can be; the looser definition simply allows the <term> element to be used by practitioners of any persuasion.

free prose

<!ELEMENT term - - (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST term 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "term" >

text
contains a single text of any kind, whether unitary or composite, for example a poem or drama, a collection of essays, a novel, a dictionary, or a corpus sample.

<text>
<front><docTitle>Autumn Haze</docTitle>
<body>
<l>Is it a dragonfly or a maple leaf
<l>That settles softly down upon the water?
</body>
</text>
 

The body of a text may be replaced by a group of nested texts, as in the following schematic:

<text>
 <front>
    <!-- front matter for whole text -->
 </front>
 <group> 
   <!-- start of first group -->
  <text>
    <front>
      <!-- front matter for first text -->
    </front>
  </text>
  <text> 
     <!-- second text -->
  </text>
 </group> 
 <group>
  <!-- start of second group  -->
 </group>
</text>
<!ELEMENT text - - (front?, (body | group), back?) +(%m.globincl;) >

<!ATTLIST text 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	decls IDREFS #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "text" > 

textClass
(text classification) groups information which describes the nature or topic of a text in terms of a standard classification scheme, thesaurus, etc.

  <textClass>
    <catRef target=TC1>
    <classCode source=DD12>001.9
    <keywords>
      <list><item>End of the world
      <item>History - philosophy
      </list>
  </textClass>
<!ELEMENT textClass  - - ((classCode | catRef | keywords)* ) > 

<!ATTLIST textClass 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	default (YES | NO) NO
	TEIform CDATA "textClass" >

time
contains a phrase defining a time of day in any format.

Attributes:

value gives the value of the time in a standard form.
Value: Any string representing a time in standard format; recommended form is "hhmm", using the 24 hour clock.

<time value=1600>four o' clock</time>

If the normalized form of time is not given using the twenty-four hour clock, this fact should be documented in the <stdVals> element in the TEI Header.

type indicates something about the type of temporal expression being tagged.

Values:

am
indicates a temporal expression made on the basis of a twelve-hour clock and referring to a time between midnight and noon.
pm
indicates a temporal expression made on the basis of a twelve-hour clock and referring to a time between noon and midnight.
24hour
indicates a temporal expression made on the basis of a twenty-four-hour clock.
descriptive
indicates a temporal expression made in descriptive terms, e.g. "noon".

zone indicates time zone or place name wherever this is necessary to evaluate a temporal expression.
Value: contains a word or phrase such as GMT or 'Eastern Standard Time' which might be helpful in evaluating the temporal expression.


 As he sat smiling, the quarter struck &mdash <time value=1145>
 the quarter to twelve</time>.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT time - -  (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST time 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	value CDATA #IMPLIED
	type (am | pm | 24hour | descriptive) #IMPLIED
	zone CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "time" >

title
contains the title of a work, whether article, book, journal, or series, including any alternative titles or subtitles.

Attributes:

level (bibliographic level (or class) of title) indicates whether this is the title of an article, book, journal, series, or unpublished material.

Values:

a
analytic title (article, poem, or other item published as part of a larger item)
m
monographic title (book, collection, or other item published as a distinct item, including single volumes of multi-volume works)
j
journal title
s
series title
u
title of unpublished material (including theses and dissertations unless published by a commercial press)
 

If the title appears directly enclosed within an <analytic> element, the level, if given, must be "a"; if it appears directly enclosed within a <monogr> element, level must be "m", "j", or "u"; when <title> is directly enclosed by <series>, level must be "s".

type (type of title) classifies the title according to some convenient typology.

Values:

main
main title
subordinate
subtitle, title of part
parallel
alternate title, often in another language, by which the work is also known
abbreviated
abbreviated form of title
 

This attribute is provided for convenience in analysing titles and processing them according to their type; where such specialized processing is not necessary, there is no need for such analysis, and the entire title, including subtitles and any parallel titles, may be enclosed within a single <title> element.


<title>La vie mode d'emploi. Romans.</title>

<title>Synthese: an international journal for epistemology, methodology
and history of science</title>

<title>Information Technology and the Research Process: Proceedings
of a conference held at Cranfield Institute of Technology, UK, 18-21
July 1989</title>

<title>Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles: a machine readable edition

<!ELEMENT title - o (%paraContent) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST title 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	level (a | m | j | s | u) #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "title" >

titlePage
(title page) contains the title page of a text, appearing within the front or back matter.

Attributes:

type classifies the title page according to any convenient typology.
Value: Any string, e.g. "full", "half", "Series", etc.

This attribute allows the same element to be used for volume title pages, series title pages, etc., as well as for the 'main' title page of a work.


<titlePage>
<docTitle>
<titlePart type=main>THOMAS OF
Reading.</>
<titlePart type=alt>
OR,
The sixe worthy yeomen
of the West.</>
</docTitle>
<docEdition>Now the fourth time corrected and enlarged</docEdition>
<byline>By T.D.</byline>
<ornament desc='emblem of TP'>
<s>TP
<s>Thou shalt labor till thou returne to duste
</ornament>
<docImprint>
Printed at <place>London</> for <name>T.P.</name>
<date>1612.</docImprint>
</titlePage>
<!ELEMENT titlePage - o (%m.tpParts;)+  > 

<!ATTLIST titlePage 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "titlePage" >

titlePart
(title part) contains a subsection or division of the title of a work, as indicated on a title page.

Attributes:

type specifies the role of this subdivision of the title.

Values:

main
main title of the work
sub
subtitle of the work
alt
alternative title of the work
desc
descriptive paraphrase of the work included in title

<docTitle>
  <titlePart type=main>THE
  FORTUNES
  AND
  MISFORTUNES
  Of the FAMOUS
  Moll Flanders, &c.
  <titlePart type=desc>Who was BORN in
  NEWGATE,
  And during a Life of continu'd Variety for
  Threescore Years, besides her Childhood, was
  Twelve Year a {Whore}, five times a {Wife} (wherof
  once to her own Brother) Twelve Year a {Thief,}
  Eight Year a Transported {Felon} in {Virginia}, at last
  grew {Rich}, liv'd {Honest}, and died a {Penitent}.
</docTitle>

<!ELEMENT titlePart - O (%paraContent;) >
	 (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST titlePart 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA main
	TEIform CDATA "titlePart" >

titleStmt
(title statement) groups information about the title of a work and those responsible for its intellectual content.

<titleStmt>
    <title>Capgrave's Life of St. John Norbert:  a machine-readable
         transcription</title>
    <respStmt>
         <resp>compiled by</resp> <name>P.J. Lucas</name>
    </respStmt>
</titleStmt>

<!ELEMENT titleStmt - o ((title+, (author | editor
| sponsor | funder | principal
| respStmt)*)) > 

<!ATTLIST titleStmt 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "titleStmt" >

trailer
(trailer) contains a closing title or footer appearing at the end of a division of a text.

<trailer>Explicit pars tertia</>
<!ELEMENT trailer - O (%phrase.seq;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift)* >


<!ATTLIST trailer 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "trailer" >

uLine

marks text as being underlined.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: highlights

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addrLine, bold, cell, copyright, damage, date, dateline, del, endNote, extent, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, salute, seg, signed, sourceNote, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addrLine, addressee, attestation, auth, author, authority, bibl, biblScope, bold, byline, catDesc, cell, classCode, closer, closing, copyright, corr, creation, damage, date, dateline, del, distinct, distributor, docAuthor, docDate, docEdition, docImprint, docketing, docref, edition, editor, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, extent, figDesc, foreign, funder, fw, gloss, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, label, language, mentioned, name, nav, note, num, opener, org, orgRef, orig, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, principal, pubPlace, publisher, q, ref, reg, rendition, resp, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote, speaker, sponsor, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, term, time, title, titlePart, trailer, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT uLine         - -  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT uLine - - 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST uLine
          id                 ID                  #IMPLIED
          n                  CDATA               #IMPLIED
          lang               IDREF               %INHERITED
          rend               CDATA               #IMPLIED
          TEIform            CDATA               'hi'           >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST uLine 
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        TEIform CDATA "hi" >
*-->

unclear
contains a word, phrase, or passage which cannot be transcribed with certainty because it is illegible or inaudible in the source.

Attributes:

reason indicates why the material is hard to transcribe.
Value: any phrase describing the difficulty, e.g. "faded", "ambient noise", "passing truck", "ill formed", "eccentric ductus".

 

resp indicates the individual responsible for the transcription of the letter, word or passage contained with the <unclear> element.
Value: must be one of the identifiers declared in the document header, associated with a person asserted as responsible for some aspect of the text's creation, transcription, editing or encoding (see chapter ).

 

cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty ascribed to the transcription of the text contained within the <unclear> element.

 

hand Where the difficulty in transcription arises from action (partial deletion, etc.) assignable to an identifiable hand, signifies the hand responsible for the action.
Value: must be one of the hand identifiers declared in the document header (see section ).

 

agent Where the difficulty in transcription arises from an identifiable cause, signifies the causative agent.
Value: any prose description of the agent.

 

 

The same element is used for all cases of uncertainty in the transcription of element content, whether for written or spoken material. For other aspects of certainty, uncertainty, and reliability of tagging and transcription, see chapter .

The <damage>, <gap>, <del>, <unclear> and <supplied> elements may be closely allied in use. See section for discussion of which element is appropriate for which circumstance.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT unclear - O  (%paraContent;) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST unclear 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	reason CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp CDATA #IMPLIED
	cert CDATA #IMPLIED
	hand IDREF #IMPLIED
	agent CDATA #IMPLIED
	TEIform CDATA "unclear" >

what

contains a passage of text which should probably tagged but for which it is not clear how to tag it.

In the following example, the encoder has not been certain how to mark the label Personal. (It should in fact be as an <endorsement> element, since it is an őadministrative‚ annotation indicating how the letter should be handled.)

<doc>
  <what>Personal</what>
  <dateline>Jan 24</dateline>
  <salute>My D<super>r.</super> Reid&mdash;</salute>
  <p>Warner was by when I got this news ...</p>
  ...
  <signed>Mark</signed>
</doc>

This element type is intended primarily for internal use within projects; before texts are published, all occurrences of <what> will normally be examined by senior editors and a decision made about the appropriate markup to use.

Credit for introducing this element type is due to the Brown University Women Writers Project.

Part: MEP extensions file (level MEP L1)

Member of classes: common inter

May occur directly in:
(Level L1:) add, body, bold, cell, copyright, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, endNote, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, sCap, seg, subscr, super, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, body, bold, cell, copyright, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, endNote, figDesc, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, p, permissions, place, prepDate, preparedBy, q, ref, sCap, seg, subscr, super, title, uLine, what, xref
(Level L3:) add, addressee, argument, attestation, auth, body, bold, cell, closing, copyright, corr, damage, dateline, div, div0, div1, div2, div3, div4, div5, div6, div7, docBody, docEdition, docketing, docref, emph, endNote, endorsement, entry, epigraph, figDesc, foreign, head, headNote, hi, ital, item, l, nav, note, org, orgRef, p, permissions, person, personRef, pgref, place, placeRef, prepDate, preparedBy, ps, q, ref, rendition, sCap, seg, sender, ship, shipRef, sic, stage, subscr, super, supplied, tagUsage, title, titlePart, uLine, unclear, what, xref

May directly contain:
(Level L1:) add, addSpan, address, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, q, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what
(Level L2:) add, addSpan, address, anchor, bold, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, enclosure, extent*, figure, formula, gap, hi, idno*, ital, label, lb***, list, milestone***, msp*, nav*, note, notes*, pb***, permissions*, place, ptr, q, ref, refs*, repository*, sCap, salute, seg, series*, signed, sourceNote*, subscr, super, table, text, title, uLine, what, xptr, xref
(Level L3:) abbr, add, addSpan, address, addressee, anchor, attestation, auth, author*, bibl, biblFull, bold, cit, closing, corr, damage, date, dateline, del, delSpan, distinct, docketing, emph, enclosure, endorsement, extent*, figure, foreign, formula, fw, gap, gloss, handShift, hi, idno*, index***, ital, label, lb***, list, listBibl, mentioned, milestone***, msp*, name, nav*, note, notes*, num, org, orgRef, orig, pb***, permissions*, person, personRef, place, placeRef, plink**, ps, ptr, q, ref, refs*, reg, repository*, restore, rs, s, sCap, salute, seg, sender, series*, ship, shipRef, sic, signed, soCalled, sourceNote*, space, stage, subscr, super, supplied, table, term, text, time, title, uLine, unclear, what, xptr, xref

* only within a targetInfo element. ** only within doc or surrogate. *** = only within doc, surrogate, or text.

<!ELEMENT what          - O  (%paraContent;)                    >

<!--* i.e. 
<!ELEMENT what - O 
        (#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
        org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
        | address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
        | corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
        | sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
        | super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
        | hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
        xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
        | ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
        | attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
        | cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
        | table | text)* >

*-->
<!ATTLIST what               %a.global;
                             %a.declarable;
          TEIform            CDATA               'p'            >

<!--* i.e.
<!ATTLIST what 
        ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
        corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
        next IDREF #IMPLIED
        prev IDREF #IMPLIED
        id ID #IMPLIED
        n CDATA #IMPLIED
        lang IDREF #IMPLIED
        rend CDATA #IMPLIED
        default (YES | NO) NO
        TEIform CDATA "p" >
*-->

The Model Editions Partnership DTD is a conforming use of the Guidelines for Text Encoding and Interchange (TEI); this document describes all the element types and element classes added to the TEI DTD by the MEP extensions. For documentation of element types not described here, see the TEI Guidelines.

wit
contains a list of one or more sigla of witnesses attesting a given reading, in a textual variation.

  <rdg wit='El Hg'>Experience</> <wit>El Hg</>

This element duplicates the information present in the wit attribute of the reading; it may be used to record the exact form of the sigla given in the source edition, when that is of interest.

May contain character data and phrase-level elements.

<!ELEMENT wit - O  (%phrase.seq;) > 

witDetail
gives further information about a particular witness, or witnesses, to a particular reading.

Attributes:

target indicates the identifier for the reading, or readings, to which the witness detail refers.
Value: the identifier of the reading or readings.

 

wit indicates the sigil or sigla for the witnesses to which the detail refers.
Value: the identifier of the sigil or sigla.

 

In local encoding schemes, the value of the wit attribute can be enforced as IDREFS, such that only witnesses referred to in a <witList> element may be the subject of a <witDetail>.

type describes the type of information given about the witness.
Value: Values can be taken from any convenient typology of annotation suitable to the work in hand; e.g. letter form, ornament, ...

place indicates where the note appears in the source text.
Value: As for the <note> element.

 

For pages with multiple apparatus, values such as app1 and app2 can be used.

The place attribute can be used to indicate to text formatting software where a note should be printed. If the locations indicated do not agree with those in the copy text, that fact should be indicated in the TEI header.


 

The <witDetail> element should be regarded as a specialized type of <note> element; it is synonymous with <note type='witness detail'>. It differs from the general purpose <note> in the omission of attributes seldom applicable to notes within critical apparatus, and in the provision of the wit attribute, which permits an application to extract all annotation concerning a particular witness or witnesses from the apparatus.

<!ELEMENT witDetail - O (%paraContent) > 

<!ATTLIST witDetail
          target IDREFS #REQUIRED
          wit CDATA #REQUIRED
          type CDATA #IMPLIED
          place CDATA 'apparatus' >

witEnd
indicates the end, or suspension, of the text of a fragmentary witness.

 

(optional)

Empty.

<!ELEMENT witEnd - O  EMPTY > 

witList
(witness list) contains a list of all the witnesses referred to in <wit> elements or wit attributes within the critical apparatus.

 

The provision of a <witList> element simplifies the automatic processing of the apparatus, e.g. the reconstruction of the readings for all witnesses from an exhaustive apparatus.

Situations commonly arise where there are many more or less fragmentary witnesses, such that there may be quite distinct groups of witnesses for different parts of a text or collection of texts. One may treat this with distinct <witList> elements for each different part. Alternatively, one may have a single <witList> element at the beginning of the file listing all the witnesses, partial and complete, for the text, with the attestation of fragmentary witnesses indicated within the apparatus by use of the <witStart> and <witEnd> elements described in section .

May contain a series of <witness> elements.

<!ELEMENT witList - O (witness+) > 

witness
contains either a description of a single witness referred to within the critical apparatus, or a list of witnesses which is to be referred to by a single sigil.

Attributes:

sigil indicates the sigil for one witness or for one group of witnesses to which readings are assigned in a critical apparatus.
Value: the identifier to be used for this witness or witness group in the wit attribute of readings in the apparatus.

 

In local encoding schemes, the value of the id attribute can be used as the sigil, and the declared value of the wit attribute may be changed to IDREF, so as to ensure that only witnesses referred to in a <witness> element contained within a <witList> may occur in the value of any wit attribute on a reading element within an apparatus.

included indicates which other witnesses are included in a witness group.
Value: a blank-delimited list of sigla.

  <witness sigil='B'>
  <witness sigil='k'>
  <witness sigil='I'>
  <witness sigil='C*' included='B k I'>

The included attribute applies only in the case of witness groups; if no value is given, the <witness> element is held to refer to a single witness rather than a group.


 

The content of the <witness> element may give bibliographic information about the witness or witness group, or it may be empty.

<!ELEMENT witness - O (%paraContent) > 

<!ATTLIST witness
          sigil CDATA #REQUIRED
          included CDATA '' >

witStart
indicates the beginning, or resumption, of the text of a fragmentary witness.

 

(optional)

Empty.

<!ELEMENT witStart - O  EMPTY > 

xptr
(extended pointer) defines a pointer to another location in the current document or an external document.

 

<!ELEMENT xptr - O EMPTY > 

<!ATTLIST xptr 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp CDATA #IMPLIED
	crdate CDATA #IMPLIED
	targType NAMES #IMPLIED
	targOrder (Y | N | U) U
	evaluate (all | one | none) #IMPLIED
	doc ENTITY #IMPLIED
	from CDATA "ROOT"
	to CDATA "DITTO"
	TEIform CDATA "xptr" >

xref
(extended reference) defines a reference to another location in the current document, or an external document, using an extended pointer notation, possibly modified by additional text or comment.

 

<!ELEMENT xref - O (%paraContent) > 
	(#PCDATA | addressee | sender | auth | place | person | 
	org | ship | placeRef | personRef | orgRef | shipRef | abbr 
	| address | date | name | num | rs | time | add | addSpan 
	| corr | damage | del | delSpan | gap | orig | reg | restore 
	| sic | space | supplied | unclear | uLine | ital | bold 
	| super | subscr | sCap | distinct | emph | foreign | gloss 
	| hi | mentioned | soCalled | term | title | ptr | ref | 
	xptr | xref | anchor | s | seg | formula | fw | handShift 
	| ps | signed | salute | closing | dateline | what | enclosure 
	| attestation | endorsement | docketing | bibl | biblFull 
	| cit | q | label | list | listBibl | note | figure | stage 
	| table | text)* >


<!ATTLIST xref 
	ana IDREFS #IMPLIED
	corresp IDREFS #IMPLIED
	next IDREF #IMPLIED
	prev IDREF #IMPLIED
	id ID #IMPLIED
	n CDATA #IMPLIED
	lang IDREF #IMPLIED
	rend CDATA #IMPLIED
	type CDATA #IMPLIED
	resp CDATA #IMPLIED
	crdate CDATA #IMPLIED
	targType NAMES #IMPLIED
	targOrder (Y | N | U) U
	evaluate (all | one | none) #IMPLIED
	doc ENTITY #IMPLIED
	from CDATA "ROOT"
	to CDATA "DITTO"
	TEIform CDATA "xref" >