Peter Boot a écrit :
> Ralf Stephan schreef:
>> But <gap> isn't applicable, either, because
>> I don't leave out of the transcription what exists in the original.
> Perhaps use <sic>?
I'm not sure I understand what you mean that <gap/> isn't applicable. If
the printer has omitted some text, then by putting a <gap/> here you are
indicating what occurs in the original: i.e. nothing. Could you
perhaps use <gap reason="omission"><desc>black-out</desc></gap> vel sim.
to describe what is replacing the missing text?
On the other hand, I suppose you may want to put a <space/> in the
diplomatic transcript of this page, so perhaps Peter's suggestion of
<sic> would allow you do you this (with or without a correction).
Dr Gabriel BODARD
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