Apologies for the late reply -- I've finally got caught up on reading TEI-L.
Those interested in TEI and MARC might also consult the following (which was
not specifically manuscript descriptions):
(Judy Ahronheim once told me that this is the authoritative URL, not the
more commonly cited http://www-personal.umich.edu/~jaheim/teiguide.html .)
As you can see, nothing much has happened with it for years. The email
address given on that page -- [log in to unmask] -- doesn't work any more.
Best to look up Judy Ahronheim at http://directory.umich.edu/ for contact
info if you have questions.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jindrich Marek [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2005 8:25 AM
> Subject: Re: Crosswalks
> As we are preparing a MARC21-MASTER converter for the Manuscriptorium
> system (http://www.manuscriptorium.com/), we have some
> documentation to
> it. But it is a "work in progress" full of comments. You can see our
> tables at
> Although it is written in Czech, you can simply understand it
> when you
> know that "pole" means "field" etc.
> Best regards,
> J. M.
> Mgr. Jindrich Marek
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> | National Library of the Czech Republic
> M. J. Driscoll napsal(a):
> > I've been asked recently whether the TEI has got
> "crosswalk" tables
> for its
> > manuscript description module (or its predecessor MASTER) and, for
> > MARC, similar to those available for EAD
> > (http://www.loc.gov/ead/ag/agappb.html). Good question. Is there
> anybody out
> > there who has such tables, or would be interested in
> producing them?
> > M. J. Driscoll
> > Arnamagnaean Institute
> > Copenhagen