TEI guidelines element title

Schema specification

context rule report
tei:title[not(@type='short')][ancestor::tei:TEI[@type='work']][ancestor::tei:titleStmt] not(@xml:id or @corresp) title in a Work entity must always have an @xml:id which identifies alternative titles or a @corresp pointing to one of such xml:ids. Format of the id should be like t1 t2, etc. and thus in @corresp #t1, #t2, etc.
tei:title[ancestor::tei:TEI[@type='work']][not(ancestor::tei:titleStmt)] not(@xml:id or @ref) title in work must always have an @xml:id which identifies alternative titles and/or a @ref pointing to the correct Work entity. Format of the id should be like t1 t2, etc.
tei:title[not(parent::tei:ab)][ancestor::tei:TEI[@type='work']]/@xml:id not(matches(.,'t\d+')) Titles of works must have ids starting with the letter 't' followed by a progressive number, e.g. t1, t2, t3
tei:title[not(text())][not(parent::tei:titleStmt)] matches(following-sibling::text()[1], '^\w') or matches(preceding-sibling::text()[1], '\w$') There should be a space before and one after the element title

Attibutes list

attribute evidence

This attribute can have a maximum of 6 values separated by a space.

attribute ref

attribute type

This is a closed list of allowed values

value definition
complete the work is contained completely in the manuscript
incomplete the work is contained incompetely in the manuscript, i.e. even only a small part is missing
normalized Transliteration of the title
supplied syriaca.org: an existing print catalogue provides a descriptive title
uniform syriaca.org: a title for such work established by the editor or cataloguer
main for titleStmt, specifies to which title to give priority in output.
short for titleStmt, contains an abbreviated form of the title, typically citation forms like Sal. Mar. or Jn. or Gen..
D'usage EMA
académique EMA
Forgé EMA
Original EMA

Revisions of this page

  • Pietro Maria Liuzzo on 2018-04-24: stub of page