SHORT BATCH DESIGNATION: BG ID # AHA2705 TITLE: Old English Homilies of the Twelfth Century .. Second Series ED. Richard Morris PUBLISHED: Early English Text Society 53 (1873) SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS En-face? YES. Most of the book contains a facing-page modern English translation that will *not* be keyed. In general, key the odd-numbered pages and omit the even-numbered pages, with some exceptions as noted below. Key and code the following pages: 1. Title page (front and back) = IMAGES 00000003.tif-00000004.tif 2. Main text, sections I-XXXIV = odd-numbered pp. -219 = odd-numbered IMAGES 00000031.tif-00000247.tif 3. Main text, section XXXV = all pages 220-232 = all IMAGES 00000248.tif-00000260.tif <FRONT> contains only the title page. <BODY> contains the main text <DIV1>s with TYPE="homily" are used to encode the items marked with roman numerals, like this: <DIV1 TYPE="homily" N="1"> <HEAD>I. DE ADUENTU.</HEAD> (= odd pp. -7) <DIV1 TYPE="homily" N="2"> <HEAD>II. DOMINICA SECUNDA IN ADUENTU.</HEAD> (= odd pp. 7-9) <DIV1 TYPE="homily" N="3"> <HEAD>III. DOMINICA TERTIA.</HEAD> (= odd pp. 9-15) [etc.] Milestones This book uses page references rather than folio references. They appear in the margins, keyed to specific spots in the text by asterisks. Insert the <MILESTONE> tag in the text at the appropriate place and omit the asterisk(s). They look like this: *p. 10. = <MILESTONE UNIT="p" N="10"> *p. 11. = <MILESTONE UNIT="p" N="11"> *p. 12. = <MILESTONE UNIT="p" N="12"> Notes ... appear in the margins, keyed to places in the text with standard footnote-type reference numbers. Treat these as usual with <NOTE PLACE="marg">.