Book-by-book coding instructions

ID # AJG4507
TITLE: A Fourteenth Century English Biblical Version
ED.  Anna C. Paues
PUBLISHED: Cambridge: at the University Press(1904)


En-face? NO.

Key and code the following pages:

  1. Title page (front and back)
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  2. Main text = pp. 1-208
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  3. Appendix I = pp. 209-225
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  4. Appendix II = pp. 226-229
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	contains the title page only.
	contains most of the book, divided into three
    	major divisions (<DIV1>s), the main text (pp.1-208), 
	Appendix I (pp.209-225), and the Appendix II 
	(pp.226-229) respectively.

	with TYPE="part" are used to separate the 
	main text (pp.1-208), Appendix I (pp.209-225) 
	and Appendix II (pp.226-229).
	Appendix II is a <DIV1> with no lower level DIVs. 
	Its contents should be treated as prose with marked
	paragraphs; paragraph breaks can be identified by 
	identations in the text.
  	with TYPE="book" are used to mark the separate books 
	of the Bible within the main text and Appendix I. 
	Headings are in caps and centered, beginning with 
	"Prologue" "1 Peter", "2 Peter," etc. in the main text
	and with "James," "I Peter," etc. in Appendix I.  
	with TYPE="chapter" are used to mark chapters within 
	the books of the Bible. In the main text, these are 
	identified by large bold numbers in the margin, beginning 
	in the book of "1 Peter" on pp. 18.  In Appendix I, these 
	are identified by bold numbers at the beginning of paragraph 
Smaller divisions  

	Treat the Biblical "verses" as milestones (see below).  


	are used to mark 
	1)	verses of the Bible; and
	2)	folio references (which are located in the foot 
		of the text and are flagged at the appropriate 
		line by a superscripted footnote number).
	The milestones that mark the verses of the Bible appear
	as *small* numbers in the margins, as opposed to the 
	large bold numbers in the margins that mark the chapters 
	of the Bible and are designated as <DIV3>s. (*An important
	exception to this is in the "Prologue" (pp. 1-18) where
	the small numbers in the margin are line counts and should
	be ignored.*) The<MILESTONE> tags marking verses should be
	placed in the line of text next to which the number 
	appears, either
	a)	at the first sentence-break that occurs within 
		the line; or if there is no sentence break,
	b)	at the beginning of the line (but never within a 
		hyphenated word:  wait until the word is complete, 
		then insert the <MILESTONE> tag).
	For example, the following text: 
	12	 1     Of spirytual þinges, my breþeren,
		 2  y ne wole no3t þat 3e ben vnknowynge. For 3e
		    wyteþ wel þat whylys 3e weren . . .

	would look like this:

	<DIV3 TYPE="chapter" N="12">
	<P><MILESTONE UNIT="verse" N="1">Of spirytual &thorn;inges, 
	my bre&thorneren, y ne wole no&yogh; &thorn;at 
	&yogh;e ben vnknowynge.<MILESTONE UNIT=verse" N="2">For 
	&yogh;e wyth&thorn; wel &thorn;at whylys &yogh;e weren . . .

	Folio references are located within the foot of the text
	and are flagged within the body of the text with a 
	superscripted footnote number. In these cases, the 
	<MILESTONE> tags should be inserted within the main body 
	of the text, replacing the appropriate footnote flag. 

	When folio references contain, in addition to a page number,
	an initial referring to a specific editor or edition, the
	initial should be recorded as the REND value in the 
	<MILESTONE> tag. For example:

	1fol.51b P.
	2fol.45 S.

	should be represented as

	<MILESTONE UNIT="folio" REND="P" N="51b">
	<MILESTONE UNIT="folio" REND="S" N="45">


	Editorial notes appear at the bottom of the page, keyed 
	to the text by superscripted footnote numbers. Omit the 
	superscripted footnote numbers from both the note and 
	the text and, as usual, embed the notes at the 
	appropriate place in the text:

	A few notes contain a double footnote number, 
	such as this (pp. 143):
		15-15 om S.P.
	Such notes are keyed to *two* reference numbers in the 
	text and refer to all the text contained between the 
	first superscript number and the second superscript number; 
	for instance, in the case above, it would refer to all text 
	between the first superscript '15' and the second 
	superscript '15.' In such cases, 
	1)	Leave both reference numbers (e.g., the two '15's) 
		and their superscript tags (<SUP>) in place;
	2)	Place the note in the text following the *second* 
		of the two matching reference numbers;
	3)	And leave the "<SUP>15-15</SUP>" in place within 
		the text of the note itself.
	For example, this passge:
	. . . ande 15 whanne he schulde be baptised, he drowe
	hym unto Philippe; ande15 whanne he saw . . .

	would be tagged as follows:

	. . . ande <SUP>15</SUP> whanne he schulde be baptised, he drowe
	hym unto Philippe; ande<SUP>15</SUP><NOTE PLACE="foot"><SUP>15-15
	</SUP>om S.P.</NOTE> whanne he saw . . .