I am afraid you misinterpret the c element. It is used for characters in the sense of "letter or punctuation, etc.".
One could certainly use <s> (sentence) or <seg> (arbitrary segment) to wrap rs or name and make the
document valid, but as Lauranne mentioned, it is preferrable to place analytical markup in <text> and not in
le 22/11/2013 15:29 Selon Elisa Beshero-Bondar:Dear Oliver,Studying the TEI rules for a bit, it looks like you can use the element <c> within <line>, and within <c>, you can use name or persName. Using <c> seems appropriate, since it's designated for tagging character as a simple analytic mechanism.
Hope this helps!Elisa--
On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 8:41 AM, Oliver Gasperlin <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I'm sure we are not the only ones doing manuscript transcriptions using
<line> for topographic lines.
But did anyone try to mark up persons or personal names within those kind of
And how would you do it, given that <rs> and <name> are not valid within
Would that be a case for a feature request?
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Betreff: [TEI-L] Using <rs> in documentary markup
I would like to distinguish persons within my documentary markup, using
<line>My personal life during the administration of <rs type="person">Col.
But I'm missing the core <rs> and <name> Elements in the declaration of
May there be an argument for integrating them within model.linePart?
Or is it something one is not supposed to do on the documentary level?
I'm looking forward to all comments on this.
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