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Sigh. See above, passim et seriatim.

I agree with Sebastian here: use <idno> to put the URI into the <msItem>



On 15/01/13 21:33, Martin Holmes wrote:
> Any reason for not using @corresp on <msItem>?
>
> Cheers,
> Martin
>
> On 13-01-15 12:42 PM, Hugh Cayless wrote:
>> I'm trying to work out how one might embed some linked data in a TEI 
>> document. If a site that publishes manuscripts and RDF about those 
>> manuscripts wants to link individual msItems to URIs representing the 
>> works embodied by those msItems, where would I put the link to the 
>> page 
>> http://www.fihrist.org.uk/profile/work/e7f4ecbc-4ece-4e36-9862-6abe07bbff36 
>> in the following XML fragment?
>>
>> <msItem n="2" xml:id="a2">
>>      <locus from="85" to="97">ff. 85r-97r</locus>
>>      <author key="n 50082928" ref="http://www.viaf.org/viaf/100177778/"
>>              ><persName type="standard">Ephraem, Syrus, Saint, <date
>>                  calendar="Gregorian" from="0303" to="0373"
>> >303-373</date></persName></author>
>>      <title>Homily on the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary</title>
>>      <note>*f. 97r contains a Coptic date: the first day of Abib in 
>> the year
>>          one thousand? hundred and twenty two</note>
>>      <listBibl>
>>          <bibl>Graf I, p. 426</bibl>
>>          <bibl>[UAC. 87 [2]]</bibl>
>>      </listBibl>
>>      <textLang mainLang="ara">Arabic</textLang>
>> </msItem>
>>
>> My first thought was idno, but that's not allowed in msItem. I could 
>> suggest they munge the URI into an xml:id in some reversible way, or 
>> use bibl/ref. Part of me is tempted to suggest a broadening of the 
>> definition of @sameAs to refer to an element *or resource*, then I 
>> could suggest:
>>
>> <msItem n="2" xml:id="a2" 
>> sameAs="http://www.fihrist.org.uk/profile/work/e7f4ecbc-4ece-4e36-9862-6abe07bbff36">
>>      <locus from="85" to="97">ff. 85r-97r</locus>
>>      <author key="n 50082928" ref="http://www.viaf.org/viaf/100177778/"
>>              ><persName type="standard">Ephraem, Syrus, Saint, <date
>>                  calendar="Gregorian" from="0303" to="0373"
>> >303-373</date></persName></author>
>>      <title>Homily on the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary</title>
>>      <note>*f. 97r contains a Coptic date: the first day of Abib in 
>> the year
>>          one thousand? hundred and twenty two</note>
>>      <listBibl>
>>          <bibl>Graf I, p. 426</bibl>
>>          <bibl>[UAC. 87 [2]]</bibl>
>>      </listBibl>
>>      <textLang mainLang="ara">Arabic</textLang>
>> </msItem>
>>
>> The goal of this is to be able to extract an RDF triple like:
>>
>> http://www.fihrist.org.uk/profile/work/e7f4ecbc-4ece-4e36-9862-6abe07bbff36#original 
>> dc:creator http://www.viaf.org/viaf/100177778
>>
>> from the TEI.
>>
>> Any thoughts?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Hugh.
>>
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