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At least the baseline would be to tag surface information, namely:
<p>On or about December 8, 1941, the official U.S. Embassy was moved to
        <placeName>Chongqing</placeName>
            <geo>29.71350035337055 106.611328125</geo>.</p>
Joe, does it address part of your need?
Laurent

Le 9 janv. 09 à 00:00, Sebastian Rahtz a écrit :

> Joe Wicentowski wrote:
>
>> I'm trying to add geo-coordinates to places mentioned in my text to
>> feed into Simile Exhibit to 'map' my text, but oXygen is telling me  
>> my
>> markup isn't compliant (using tei-all).  According to the P5
>> Guidelines on <geo> this appears to me to be the correct markup:
>> <p>On or about December 8, 1941, the official U.S. Embassy was  
>> moved to <place>
>>        <placeName>Chongqing</placeName>
>>        <location>
>>            <geo>29.71350035337055 106.611328125</geo>
>>        </location>
>>    </place>.</p>
>
> You probably want to mark this up with the <place> and its
> <location> in a separate <listPlace> in the header and link the  
> <placeName> to that using @ref; <place> is not valid in paragraph  
> content.  It's really designed to be used in a structured context,  
> not running prose. You might argue this is an unreasonable
> restriction, but that's the way its defined at present.
>
> -- 
> Sebastian Rahtz
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