@source

You can use the attribute @source to point to any @xml:id within the file, most typically a <bibl> element to which you have assigned one. This is especially relevant if evidence is not clear and needs to be clearly attributed to a bibliographic source.

example:


<location source="#Smidt">
                  <geo>14.1666 38.8333</geo>
                  <height>1975 m</height>
               </location>
               <listBibl type="secondary">
                  
                  <bibl xml:id="Smidt">
                     <ptr target="bm:Smidt2010EnAeTegray"></ptr>
                     
                  </bibl>
</listBibl>

Example 1

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  • Pietro Maria Liuzzo on 2018-04-30: first version of guidelines from Wiki