the text of the document
Attributes: id, lang
Contains: nota , pict , elongata , p , lb , pb , c , figure , hi , protocol , context , eschatocol , date , index , abbr , expan , add , addSpan , corr , damage , gap , del , delSpan , handShift , lacunaEnd , lacunaStart , restore , sic , space , supplied , unclear , app , cb , notariusSign , notariusSub , note , cit , quote , foreign , datatio
What is wrong with calling it text? Tenor is something differentâ¦it is the tone of the text. I would use the term âcontentâ rather than text in any case, because in English text refers to the body of the document. So, you would have protocol, text and eschatocol. Alternatively, you can use text as an overall term for content and call the central part of the document âbodyâ or âmessage bodyâ.
(Luciana Duranti, 2007-02-18 11:34:50)
abstract as a part?
We should divide strictly 1) the text on a charter from 2) the physical description and 3)its metadata and so perhaps he should use something like this: <cei> <charter> <text>(with the transcription/edition and/or the abstract) <physdesc> (with the description of all external and internal features) <metadata> (with all data belonging to the authenticity of the document)
(Karsten Uhde, 2007-02-20 16:12:08)