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What about providing a value for the "type" attribute of element <q>?
And nest that within the <note type="incipit"> ?


<note type="incipit">The chapter starts on <locus>fol. 333</locus> with
<q type="incipit">Hier hebet an</q>.</note>

These semantically would be noted and quoted incipits which are not the
same as the incipit proper (about which there was a thread in the last few
months or so -- check the archives).


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