If you look at scans 001.png, 003.png and 004.png at
<http://www.abeleto.nl/dp/erasmus/>, you'll notice that there are
three sections where the "real" headings (the big, bold ones) are
preceded by regular sized text. Am I correct in assuming one would
mark these up in TEI-Lite as <head> too?
If for some reason marking these up as <head> wouldn't fit the
encoding practices for the proposed PGTEI, would there be an
alternative mark-up that one could use? I have been thinking of using
elements like "argument" or "salute", but these seem to have specific
meanings that will not always work for examples like the three I have
Translations of the relevant parts of these sections:
"Price 40 cents
Series 1, issue 2
OUR GREAT MEN
THE FEMALE DANGER"
THE WORLD OF DREAMS"
(Please note that the sample TEI and HTML files on that page are the
unfinished product. Also note that pages 3 and 4 have been moved to
the back for presentational reasons.)
My apologies by the way if this has already been asked; searching for
"head" or "headings" gives a lot of hits.
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