I think the best way to do this would be to use a <pb/> tag with @n for
the page number, and the @ed attribute to designate the edition(s) in
which this page number applies:
On 11-06-14 09:16 AM, Jean-Luc CHEVILLARD wrote:
> Dear TEI list,
> I expect this is probably a very elementary standard question
> but I would greatly appreciate short-cuts towards an answer.
> Does the /TEI guidelines/ contain a section dealing with "multiple
> page numbering"?
> The context
> is that I would like to simultaneously encode
> inside an electronic text
> the page numberings
> seen in several ancient editions of an important Tamil text.
> One specific passage might, for instance, be in page 137 in edition A
> but in page 159 in edition B. (this is an imaginary example!)
> Thanks for telling me which section(s) of the TEI guidelines deal(s)
> with that kind of problem (I have only browsed through several
> versions of the guidelines)
> Best wishes
> -- Jean-Luc Chevillard (EFEO, Pondicherry, India)
University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre
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