At the Huygens Institute we encode medieval miscellanies and consider
each text to be a <text> rather than a <div>. I'd say your charters are
Georg Vogeler wrote:
> A similar case might have been already discussed, but I wasn't able to
> find an answer in the P5-Guidelines and the archive:
> I'm encoding the scholarly editions of a collection of medieval
> charters. In the view of the historian and the medieval scribe, each
> charter was a single text with legal value by it's own right.
> Similiarily the editing scholar and the medieval scribe take the charter
> as a part of collection, sometimes refering to an earlier inscribed text
> ("testes ut supra" ...).
> In terms of TEI-P5: would the edition be a group of texts
> (text/group/text) oder one single text with divisions (text/div)?