Typically I keep these in external files. When querying an XML database
to get back a single TEI file, though, I'll often import all the
<person> or <place> elements which are linked from that particular file,
and place them in <back>, so I have a single internally-coherent XML
structure for processing with XSLT. I have also put them in the
On 11-08-16 06:42 AM, Gabriel Bodard wrote:
> A question for the community about usage:
> Where do you (in your own local usage) place, within a TEI document, a
> prosopography (listPerson) that is neither a castList nor a participants
> description (particDesc), nor a list of scribes in the manuscript etc.;
> or a gazetteer (listPlace) that is not a setting description for your
> document; or a listNym, listOrg, listEvent? In other words, if the list*
> is serving as a vocabulary or external table to your digital corpus,
> rather than a manuscript description or catalogue metadata.
> My instinct is that such a list doesn't belong in the teiHeader, but
> perhaps in the tei:body or tei:back of a text, depending on the
> structure of the edition being created.
> What have others chosen to do?
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