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Oops, my mistake. It was wrapped up in <headnote>, which I overlooked.

MM
On Jan 29, 2009, at 11:23 AM, Paul F. Schaffner wrote:

> On Thu, 29 Jan 2009, Martin Mueller wrote:
>
>> In converting some TCP texts from their SGML to a P5 version of TEI  
>> I noticed that the TCP dtd permits the placement of a <figure>  
>> element before a <head>.
>
> Actually, Martin, I do not believe that our TEI-lite-derived scheme  
> *does*
> allow <figure> before <head>, i.e. among the div-top elements. Maybe  
> it
> should, but it does not. Here, for example is the declaration of <div1
> (dislikers of numbered divs will please remove the numbers; the xml
> version is the same aside from the omission of minimization  
> indicators):
>
> <!ELEMENT div1 - -
> 	((argument | headnote | byline | epigraph | head | opener | salute
>        | signed | lb | milestone | pb | gap )*,
>        (((div2), (lb | milestone | pb | gap )*)+ | ((( bibl | l | lg  
> | p
>        | sp | q | letter | list | note | stage),
>        (lb | milestone | pb | gap )*)+, ((div2), (lb | milestone |  
> pb |
>        gap )*)*)),
>        ((byline | closer | tailnote | epigraph | salute | signed |
>        trailer),
>        (lb | milestone | pb | gap )*)*) >
>
>
> The only way for us to insert a figure at the head of a division is
> to wrap it in one of the divtop elements. We normally resort to <head>
> for this purpose:
>
> ...
> <trailer>Here endeth the reign of Queen Mary.</trailer>
> </div>
> <div type="reign" n="Elizabeth I">
> <head type="illustration">
> <figure>
>  <figdesc>portrait of Queen Elizabeth I</figdesc>
>  <head>vera effigies Eliz. Reg. Angliae &amp;c.</head>
>  <byline>J. Smith sculp.</byline>
> </figure>
> </head>
> <head>The Virgin Queen</head>
> <p>...
>
>
> Exposing our code, for better or worse!
>
> pfs
>
>
>
>
>
>
>>
>> You can't do this in P5, where it appears that <figure> can't be  
>> used before a divTop or after a divBottom element.  Is there a  
>> compelling reason for this or does it result from a parallelism of  
>> <table> and <figure>? It's easy for me to imagine books that begin  
>> or end with a figure. One could of course always turn those into  
>> divs of their own so that the invalid
>>
>> <div>
>> <figure><figure>
>> <head></head>
>> <trailer></trailer>
>> <figure><figure>
>> </div>
>>
>> becomes
>>
>> <div><figure></figure></div>
>> <div>
>> <head></head>
>> <trailer></trailer>
>> </div>
>> <div><figure></figure></div>
>>
>> But I am not sure what this buys you or what abuses are prevented  
>> by it. And the figures in question may for the reader be associated  
>> quite unambiguously with the following or preceding div.
>>
>> MM
>>
>>
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