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recipient


<recipient>

The name of the person who is rmeant to receive the document.

General Comment: As in archival and documentary contexts the <adressee> dominates and the <adressee> is usually easier to identify, the <recipient> is only to be used , if with diplomatic methods a recipient is not the same as the adressee. DEEDS: grantee standard recipiens Eg. …deo et beate Marie… (Cfr. VID no. 17), recipient/persName would be in DEEDS: grantee particular|recipiens singularis, giving the name of recipient.

Attributes: id, lang, reg

Part of: abstract , relevantPersonal

Contains:

Examples:

Comments:

recipient, adressee, "Begünstigter"?
Unterschied Empfänger, Adressat und Begünstigter?
(Georg Vogeler, 2004-04-09 23:07:06)

Comments:

We have to make the difference to adressee clear

(Luciana Duranti, 2007-02-18 12:53:37)

Comments:

recipient = adressee?
As in archival and documentary contexts the <adressee> dominates and the <adressee> is usually easier to identify, the <recipient> could only be used, if with diplomatic methods a recipient is not the same as the adressee. Thus the <recipient> would also be used in diplomas# adressed to the general public.
(Georg Vogeler, 2007-02-24 18:51:41)


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