My own vision of cit would make me think that it should be used as the container for such information (cf. the case of examples with bibliographical references in a dictionary). This could lead us to have the following structure for what you suggest:
What do you think?
Le 20 avr. 2011 à 18:36, Malte Rehbein a écrit :
> Dear all,
> I am encoding a medieval manuscript containing glosses (i.e. explanations
> for words or phrases). These glosses often refer to and cite other sources
> (mostly the Church Fathers). I thought that <gloss> might be appropriate and
> more specific than something like <note type="glossa"> to mark up these
> explanations. But I wonder why neither <cit> nor <quote> is allowed within
> <gloss>, nor is any bibliographic reference.
> Any idea?
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