<group> (see http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/ref-group.html)
would obviously come to my mind. Can you explain why you think it
does not correspond to your case?
Le 8 juin 09 à 13:12, Jens Østergaard Petersen a écrit :
> I am new to this list (and relatively new to TEI) - I am afraid my
> questions might belong in a "Newbie" list.
> I am encoding a modern Chinese scholar's heavily annotated, text-
> critical edition of a 7th century Chinese Buddhist dictionary. I
> only have the Guidelines to go by.
> The dictionary has a number of chapters, but each of these have
> front and back matter - TOCs and colophons and so on. It does not
> appear correct to regard the dictionary as a text group, so is
> there another way of handling such a situation? It looks to me as if
> it might occur often, in Western contexts as well.
> Jens Østergaard Petersen
> University of Heidelberg