I agree with Martin, <ref> is the way to go.
I just wanted to add that if you want, or if you have various specific uses of ref other than this, you can also use the @type to specify your reference is pointing to a bibliographic source, e.g. <ref type="bibl" target="theBibl">Baxter, 1983</ref>
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Subject: Re: @target in <blib>
I would definitely use <ref target="#theBibl">Baxter, 1983</ref> for
this. You might want to look at the jTEI customization
(<http://www.tei-c.org/Guidelines/Customization/jTEI/>), which uses this
approach, and has an example here:
On 2016-08-30 08:55 AM, Antonio Rojas Castro wrote:
> Dear TEI members,
> I am currently building a bibliographic list using <list>, <item>,
> <bibl>, <author> and <title> for each entry. After that I would like to
> link each entry with the references in the text. I had a look at the
> Guidelines and I think I may use the element <bibl> also for references.
> For instance, in the Guidelines you can find this example:
> All of this is of course much more fully treated
> in <bibl>Baxter, 1983</bibl>.
> However, you cannot use the attribute @target with <bibl>... Am I
> missing anything? Should I use <ref> instead of <bibl> to link
> references and entries?
> Many thanks in advance.
> Antonio Rojas Castro*
> Communication Coordinator for EADH*
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