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In the previous email I suggested this encoding:
<subst>
     <del rend="nostrikeout">reusis</del>
     <add hand="#unknownhand" place="margin" type="correction">
         zeusis
     </add>
</subst>

but I think would be better the following encoding:
<subst hand="#unknownhand" cause="correction">
     <del rend="nostrikeout">reusis</del>
     <add  place="margin" type="correction">
         zeusis
     </add>
</subst>

Daniele


On 01/09/2018 16:11, Paolo Monella wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> I am encoding Latin XI century manuscripts. I have situations in which 
> a second hand corrects the text (possibly in the margin of the text) 
> without deleting the original word. Example:
>
> reusis<add hand="#unknownhand" place="margin" type="correction" 
> subtype="nodeletion">zeusis</add>
>
> I'd like to mark up that the two words are alternative to each other 
> -- in other words, I'd like to mark that this is a substitution 
> (<subst>).
>
> But there is no deletion (<del>). This has been discussed in another 
> TEI-L thread in 2014:
>
> https://listserv.brown.edu/?A2=TEI-L;8de61c27.1405
>
> (I found that thread through Paragraph "Transformation of letters 
> without deletion" in
> https://wiki.tei-c.org/index.php/Sandbox_for_Genetic_Editing#Transformation_of_letters_without_deletion) 
>
>
> The 2014 TEI-L discussion seemed to suggest something like:
>
> <subst>
>     <del type="nodeletion">reusis</del>
>     <add hand="#unknownhand" place="margin" type="correction">
>         zeusis
>     </add>
> </subst>
>
> Has this issue been discussed within the TEI in the meanwhile? Or 
> would you still suggest to use @type on <del>?
>
> One specific issue: I'd rather use @rend than @type with <del>, since 
> in oter, simpler cases, I did:
>
> <subst hand="#unknownhand">
>     <del hand="#unknownhand" rend="strikethrough">
>         iudeorum
>     </del>
>     <add hand="#unknownhand" place="above" type="correction">
>         indorum
>     </add>
>   </subst>
>
> Thank you,
> Paolo