Book-by-book coding instructions

ID #AJT2514
TITLE: Die Kildare-Gedichte
ED.  W. Heuser
PUBLISHED: Bonn, 1904


En-face? No.


  1. Title page (front only)
     = IMAGE 00000001.tif
  2. Main text 
     = pp. [77]-184
     = IMAGES 00000085.tif-00000192.tif
  3. Appendix ("Anhang")
     = pp. [185]-229
     = IMAGES 00000193.tif-00000237.tif

  Note: a helpful guide to the structure of this
  book is contained in the table of contents
  ("Inhalt") on pp. [VII]-VIII.

  <FRONT> contains only the title page.
  <BODY> contains the main text and the appendix.
    with TYPE="texts" and TYPE="appendix" respectively are used
    to record the partition of the book into main text and
    appendix. Begin the first <DIV1> with the <HEAD>
    on p. [77] ("TEIL II. TEXTE."). Treat the
    "Vorbemerkung" on the next page as a note
    attached to this head (<NOTE PLACE="head">). Begin the
    second <DIV1> with the <HEAD> ("Anhang.") on p.
    with TYPE="part" are used to record the three major parts of
    the main text and the two major parts of the appendix.
    In the first <DIV1>:
      (1) Gedichte religiosen und verwandten Inhalts (pp.[79]-140)
      (2) Gedichte verschiedenen Inhalts (pp. [141]-166)
      (3) Gedichte, welche nachweisbar ... (pp.[167]-184)
    In the second <DIV1>:
      (1) Noch unbekannte Versionen ... (pp. [185]-215)
      (2) Noch nicht benutzte anglo-irische ... (pp.215-229)
    with TYPE="poem" (for individual poems), TYPE="poems"
    (for groups of poems), or TYPE="manuscript" (in the last 
    <DIV2>), are used to record the individual
    pieces denoted by roman numerals, like this:
    (1) I. Hymn by Michael Kildare (TYPE="poem")
    (2) II. Die vier Predigtgedichte (TYPE="poems")
    (3) III. Seven Sins (TYPE="poem")
    (4) IV. Christ on the Cross (TYPE="poem")
    (5) V. A Song on the Times (TYPE="poem")
    (6) VI. Nego (TYPE="poem")
    (7) VII. The land of Cokaygne (TYPE="poem")
    In the first part of the appendix:
    (1) I. Die Zehn Gebote ...
    (2) II. Christ on the Cross
    (3) III. Lullay
    (4) IV. Earth
    In the second part of the appendix (TYPE="manuscript")
    (1) I. Ms. Lambeth 598
    (2) II. Ms. Lambeth 633
    (3) III. Ms. Lambeth 623
    (4) IV. Ms. Laud 526
    (5) V. Ms. Douce 104
    with TYPE="poem" are used to record the individual poems
    in a section containing more than one poem (e.g. the
    separate poems in selection II); likewise in the first
    part of the appendix, selections I and II, each of which
    is subdivided into <DIV4>s by poems denoted by capital
    letters (A. B. C. etc.)
    with TYPE="section" are used to record pieces of poems that
    are supplied with separate <HEAD>s (e.g. sections I and II
    of poem III).
    with TYPE="version" are used to record multiple versions
    of the same poem, e.g. the three versions of poem XIV.

    are used as usual for any further subdivision as required by
    the presence of headings.

  are used whenever a true stanzaic layout appears, e.g.
  in poems VI and VIII. Record stanza numbers as the value
  of the "N" attribute of the <LG> tag, as usual.

  Folio references appear at the edge of the text in large
  type, preceded by a single opening bracket, and often
  including the abbreviation "Ms.", like this:

  [Ms. fol. 62      =  <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="62">
  [fol. 63          =  <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="63">
  [fol. 63 b.       =  <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="63b">
  [Ms. fol. 3.      =  <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="3">
  [Ms. fol. 3 b.    =  <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="3b">
  [Ms. fol. 5.      =  <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="5">


 Each of the selections begins with introductory material,
 sometimes several pages of it. Treat all of this as a
 note or set of notes, attached to the <HEAD> for that
 selection: <HEAD PLACE="head">
 There are also standard footnotes, tied to the text by
 superscripted reference numbers. Treat these as usual
 with <NOTE PLACE="foot"> inserted in the text in
 place of the reference number.


 This editions uses base-line right quotation marks for
 opening quotes and ordinary left quotation marks for
 closing quotes. Record both with the simple upright
 " (HEX 22).
 There are a few very odd characters in the "Vorbemerkung"
 (p. [78]). Record these as illegibles.