We have discussed the suitability (or unsuitability?) of TEI for
the markup of liturgical texts (Typika?) several times on this list.
A search of the list archives for "liturgical" might yield some
useful results (https://listserv.brown.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A0=TEI-L)
The old Ad Fontes series of texts, acquired in turn by Alexander
Street and ProQuest, e.g. The Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts,
incorporated some quite close theological markup (allowing one to
search for, say, the word 'sacrament' in anti-Paedobaptist writers),
but I am not sure if their schema was ever published, or if it
ever consisted of anything besides author-level and work-level
indexing--though I have a vague memory that they assigned theological
categories down to a lower (e.g. div or paragraph) level.
On Wed, Jan 23, 2019, at 15:25, Nikolaos Siklafidis wrote:
> Dear Sirs,
> I work in a project for texts about theological content. I want to know
> if there is a schema (a model for digital documentation) for these texts
> especially for Typikon.
> Best regards
> Nikolaos Siklafidis
> Phd Candidate of Theology
> Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
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