Book-by-book coding instructions

ID #AHB1379
TITLE: The Story of England by Robert Manning of Brunne
ED.  Frederick J. Furnivall
PUBLISHED: Rolls Series 87 (2 vols., London, 1887)


En-face? NO.

Key and code the following pages:

  1. Title page to Part 1 (front and back)
  2. Title page to Part 2 (front and back)
     = IMAGES 00000007.tif-00000010.tif
  3. Main text = pages 1-580.
     = IMAGES 00000035.tif-00000614.tif

Structure (Major divisions)

  <FRONT> contains only the title pages.
  <BODY> contains the main text
     with TYPE="section" are used whenever there is a 
     bold heading in the text. Like this:
     (p.1)   <DIV1 TYPE="section">
             <HEAD>Incipit Prologus de Historia Britannie ...</HEAD>
     (p.5)   <DIV1 TYPE="section">
             <HEAD>Dare Frigius, qui historiam Troianorum ...</HEAD>
     (p.6)   <DIV1 TYPE="section">
             <HEAD>Ego Galfridus Arthurus Monemutensis,   ...</HEAD>
     (p.7)   <DIV1 TYPE="section">
             <HEAD>Genealogia primi regis Troge &amp; Enee ...</HEAD>
     (p.8)   <DIV1 TYPE="section">
             <HEAD>Tot terre sunt in vniuerso mundo.</HEAD>
     are used whenever there is a break in the text marked by a
     large capital letter, but no heading.
     note: Ignore the heading on p. 455--
         Þe Story of Englande. 
     --which just signals the volume break between
     parts one and two.


  Folio references appear in small type in brackets just inside
  the column of line numbers, like this:
  [leaf 7.]                = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="7a:1">
  [leaf 7, col. 2.]        = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="7a:2">
  [leaf 7, back.]          = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="7b:1">
  [leaf 7, back, col. 2.]  = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="7b:2">
  [leaf 8]                 = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="8a:1">
  [leaf 8, col. 2.]        = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="8a:2">


   (1) most notes appear at the foot of the page, keyed to the text
       by superscripted reference numbers. Treat these as usual
       as <NOTE PLACE="foot">.
   (2) A few words in bold type appear alongside the text, not
       quite in the margin. Encode these as <NOTE PLACE="marg">.

Special characters

  This book uses a strange form of the "paragraph" or "capitulum"
  symbol that looks like this:


  Record this with the usual entity &para;