Or even, as I was thinking, tag the semantics of that superscript
somehow (does it mean something within the logic of that catalogue
number?). 'fol. 69' is clearly a <biblScope>.
Or should this string be tagged as an <idno>? (Not currently allowing
<hi> either, but see recent discussion on SourceForge ticket:
On 22/09/2010 15:58, Martin Holmes wrote:
> Hi there,
> The third example from the guidelines here:
> shows<bibl> being used within<witness> to supply more detailed
> information. Perhaps you could use:
> <witness xml:id="sgelaye_B">
> <title>Arch. Nat., T 671<hi rend="sup">6</hi>, fol. 79</title>
> On 10-09-22 02:09 AM, Camille Desenclos wrote:
>> I'm actually working on the tradition of french cartularies. I don't want to
>> structure the witness description by marking up settlements or idnos, but only
>> put the manuscript or archive references as sample text within<witness>
>> elements. But some french shelfmarks contains exponents and<hi> isn't allowed
>> I'm looking for something like that:
>> <witness xml:id="sgelaye_B">Arch. Nat., T 671<hi rend="sup">6</> hi>, fol.
>> Is the<hi> use within<witness> an aberration for you (even it's not allowed
>> for the moment)? or perhaps you've better (but light) solution for such cases.
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Camille Desenclos
>> Ecole nationale des Chartes
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