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<rs type="place"> would be equivalent to <placeName>, not <place>. The
former tell you that these strings of characters *refer* to an entity
while the latter *describes* an entity "place".
Second, neither of them is allowed as a direct child of <performance>,
but <rs> and <placeName> are available within <p>. <place> only within
<listPlace>. There is a remark on <performance> saying "contains
paragraphs and an optional cast list only". Well, that's not what the
content model looks like at present but it might have been the
original idea (to describe the performance in prose, using <p>s).
Does that help?
Am 27.08.2015 um 15:36 schrieb Philipp Vanscheidt:
> Dear *,
> is there a (not technical) reason why <performance> may contain
> <listPlace> but not <place>? Normally, every performance is at one
> place only. Thus, using <listPlace> would be the exception. Many
> examples work with <rs type="place"> but <place> would be a more
> direct way to say this.
> Best, Philipp
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