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Charter Encoding Initiative - Markup for medieval and early modern legal records: charters, deeds, acts, instruments etc. Version 1.0.1 - 2009-04-29

All elements in alphabetic order

This list is based on a XML schema.

The tag library is in the process to be replaced by a TEI.ODD. You can find the ODD in https://github.com/GVogeler/CEI2TEI

abbr

contains an abbreviation of any sort

Attributes: @type, @resp, @expan, @id, @lang

abstract

contains the text of the abstract/summary of the document as a head before an edited text or as a single part of calendar/regesta collection (like RI)

Attributes: @id, @lang

add

contains letters, words, or phrases inserted in the text by an author, scribe, annotator, or corrector in a transcription of a primary source.

Attributes: @resp, @place, @cert, @hand, @to, @id, @lang

addName

contains an additional name component, such as a nickname, epithet, or alias, or any other descriptive phrase used within a personal name.

Attributes: @id, @lang

addSpan

marks the beginning of a longer sequence of text added by an author, scribe, annotator or corrector (see also add) in the transcription of a primary source.

Attributes: @resp, @place, @cert, @hand, @to, @id, @lang

additions

contains a description of any significant additions found within a document, such as marginalia or other annotations as long as they are not a part of the bureaucratic process of the writing, keeping and using ot the document.

Attributes: @id, @lang

adressee

The person to who the document is adressed if different from the person who receives the document (<recipient>)

Attributes: @reg

anchor

Contains:

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n, @name

app

contains one entry in a critical apparatus, with an optional lemma and at least one reading.

Attributes: @id, @lang

apprecatio

marks the part of the text definde by the CID as follows: L'apprecation (lat.: apprecatio) est une formule propitiatoire par laquelle, en pendant avec l'incovation initiale, l'acte s'ach&egrave;ve. Elle prend souvent la forme 'In Dei nomine, feliciter. Amen'

Attributes: @id, @lang

arch

Name of the institution (archives or library) holding the document or its copy

Attributes: @expan, @abbr, @id, @lang

archFond

the archival fonds in which the document belongs or is placed

Attributes: @expan, @abbr, @id, @lang

archIdentifier

the identification of an archival object, usually build from the name of the archive, the archival fonds and the identification code of the record within the fonds.

Attributes: @id, @n

arenga

marks the part of the text definde by the CID as follows: Le pr&eacute;ambule (lat. arenga, exordium, proemium) est la partie du texte par laquelle celui-ci est justifi&eacute; de facon g&eacute;n&eacute;rale par des consid&eacute;rations juridiques , religiuese, morales ou simplemtn de convenance (telle qu 'quoniam labilis est memoria').

Attributes: @id, @lang

authDesc

describes the type of authentification used on the document.

Attributes: @id, @lang

author

The author of a bibliographic entity

availability

restrictions of availabilty of a text (esp. in the teiHeader)

back

Parts of a text as appendices, indices, bibliography etc.

bibl

(bibliographic citation) contains a loosely-structured bibliographic citation of which the sub-components may or may not be explicitly tagged.

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang

biblStruct

(structured bibliographic citation) contains a structured bibliographic citation, in which only bibliographic subelements appear and in a specified order.

binding

contains a description of one binding, i.e. type of covering, boards, etc. applied to a document

Attributes: @contemporary, @id, @lang

bindingDesc

describes the present and former bindings of a document, either as a series of paragraphs or as a series of distinct binding elements, one for each binding of the document.

Attributes: @id, @lang

bloc

a geo-political unit containing one or more nation states.

Attributes: @id, @lang

body

Contains: Main part of a text - after a front and back matter

c

(character) represents a character. A single character like an punctuation mark should be given as an entity while the <c>-element might be used for marks in printed editions representing figures etc. (e.g. (C.), the three crosses in the MGH-edition) or different letter forms (e.g. long-s)

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang, @text, @function

cb

(column break) marks the boundary between one column of a text and the next in a standard reference system.

Attributes: @n, @ed

cei

abstract root-element

chDesc

Attributes: @picture, @id, @lang

charter

containing all informations on one single document

Attributes: @id, @lang, @n

chirograph

description of the text cut in two parts in a chirograph

Attributes: @id, @lang

cit

A quotation from some other document, together with a bibliographic reference to its source.

class

a textual or formal classification of the document (e.g. breve, writ, preceptum, mandato, Bulle, recognitio feodorum, oblatio, transsumptum ...)

Attributes: @type, @subtype, @id, @lang

collation

contains a description of how the leaves or bifolia are physically arranged

Attributes: @id, @lang

condition

contains a description of the physical condition of the document.

Attributes: @id, @lang

context

Attributes: @id, @lang

corr

contains the correct form of a passage apparently erroneous in the copy text.

Attributes: @id, @lang

corroboratio

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang

country

in an address, gives the name of the nation, country, colony, or commonwealth; in a place name given as a hierarchy of geo-political units, the country is larger or administratively superior to the region and smaller than the bloc.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @reg

damage

contains an area of damage to the text witness.

Attributes: @id, @lang

datatio

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang

date

Attributes: @id, @lang, @calendar, @value, @certainty

dateOrig

Date in the way given on the document.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n, @value

dateRange

from TEI

Attributes: @to, @id, @lang, @rend, @n, @from

dateSort

date in a form for sorting

Attributes: @id, @lang, @value

dateStruct

(from TEI)

Attributes: @id, @lang

day

the day component of a structured date.

Attributes: @id, @lang

decoNote

contains a note describing either a decorative component of a document, or a fairly homogenous class of such components.

Attributes: @type, @subtype, @figurative, @technique, @quality, @illustrative, @id, @lang

decoration

contains a description of the decoration of a document, either as a sequence of paragraphs, or as a sequence of topically organised decoNote element.

Attributes: @id, @lang

del

contains a letter, word or passage deleted, marked as deleted, or otherwise indicated as superfluous or spurious in the copy text by an author, scribe, annotator, or corrector.

Attributes: @type, @resp, @cert, @hand, @status, @id, @lang

delSpan

marks the beginning of a longer sequence of text deleted, marked as deleted, or otherwise signaled as superfluous or spurious by an author, scribe, annotator, or corrector.

Attributes: @type, @resp, @cert, @hand, @status, @id, @lang

dimensions

The element is available for use anywhere in a description. It may be used to discuss (for example) dimensions of miniatures at the same time as describing the miniatures, rather than specify that information within the <extent> element.

Attributes: @id, @lang

diplomaticAnalysis

contains a diplomatic analysis of the document, the formal criticism of its form and content.

Attributes: @id, @lang

dispositio

Attributes: @id, @lang

distance

that part of a relative temporal or spatial expression which indicates the distance between the place or time denoted by it and the place or time referred to within it.

Attributes: @id, @lang

div

Contains: Main part of a text - after a front and back matter

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang, @rend, @n

edition

the edition in an bibliographic reference

editionStmt

(edition statement) groups information relating to one edition of a text

elongata

Attributes: @id, @lang

encodingDesc

an encoding description, tagged <encodingDesc>, which describes the relationship between an electronic text and its source or sources. It allows for detailed description of whether (or how) the text was normalized during transcription, how the encoder resolved ambiguities in the source, what levels of encoding or analysis were applied, and similar matters.

eschatocol

Attributes: @id, @lang

expan

contains the expansion of an abbreviation.

Attributes: @abbr, @id, @lang

extent

Attributes: @id, @lang

facsimiles

lists the facsimilia of the given document

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n

figDesc

(Description of Figure) contains a brief prose description of the appearance or content of a graphic figure, for use when documenting an image without displaying it.

figure

the place of a figure

Attributes: @type, @corresp, @id, @lang, @n

fileDesc

a file description, tagged <fileDesc>, containing a full bibliographical description of the computer file itself, from which a user of the text could derive a proper bibliographic citation, or which a librarian or archivist could use in creating a catalogue entry recording its presence within a library or archive. The term computer file here is to be understood as referring to the whole entity or document described by the header, even when this is stored in several distinct operating system files. The file description also includes information about the source or sources from which the electronic document was derived.

foliation

describes the numbering system or systems used to count the leaves or pages in a codex.

Attributes: @id, @lang

foreName

contains a forename, given or baptismal name.

Attributes: @id, @lang

foreign

(foreign) identifies a word or phrase as belonging to some language other than that of the surrounding text.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @n

form

contains the physical form of the document, i.e. single sheet, libellum, rotulus ...

front

(front matter) contains any prefatory matter (headers, title page, prefaces, dedications, etc.) found at the start of a document, before the main body.

gap

indicates a point where material has been omitted in a transcription, whether for editorial reasons described in the TEI header, as part of sampling practice, or because the material is illegible or inaudible.

Attributes: @resp, @reason, @id, @lang

genName

ontains a name component used to indicating generational information, such as Junior, or a number used in a monarch's name.

Attributes: @id, @lang

geog

contains a common noun identifying some geographical feature contained within a geographic name, such as valley, mount etc.

Attributes: @id, @lang

geogName

a name associated with some geographical feature such as Windrush Valley or Mount Sinai.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @n, @reg

graphic

Contains: (title statement) groups information about the title of a work and those responsible for its intellectual content.

Attributes: @id, @n, @url

group

contains the body of a composite text, grouping together a sequence of distinct texts (or groups of such texts) which are regarded as a unit for some purpose, for example the collected works of an author, a sequence of prose essays, etc.

hand

used in the header to define each distinct scribe or handwriting style.

Attributes: @id, @lang

handDesc

describes a particular writing style or hand identified within a document

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n, @scribe, @medium, @scope, @script

handList

contains a series of hand elements listing the different hands of the source.

Attributes: @id, @lang

handShift

marks the beginning of a sequence of text written in a new hand, or of a change in the scribe, writing style, ink or character of the document hand.

Attributes: @id, @lang

head

(heading) contains any heading, for example, the title of a section, or the heading of a list or glossary.

hi

(highlighted) marks a word or phrase as graphically distinct from the surrounding text, for reasons concerning which no claim is made.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend

hour

the hour component of a temporal expression

Attributes: @id, @lang

idno

contains the unique identifier of a document in a body of documents or its locator in the holdings of an archives or a library

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang

imprint

groups information relating to the publication or distribution of a bibliographic item.

index

Attributes: @id, @lang, @level1, @level2, @level3, @level4, @indexName, @lemma

inscriptio

Attributes: @id, @lang

intitulatio

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang

invocatio

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang

issueDate

contains the date when the charter is issued in any format.

Attributes: @lang, @id, @n, @calendar, @value, @certainty

issuePlace

contains the name of the place where the document was issued - usually as expressed in the date - with its modern name.

Attributes: @id, @lang

issued

a container for date and place of issuing of the charter

Attributes: @id, @n

issuer

Attributes: @id, @lang, @reg

item

contains one component of a list.

lacunaEnd

indicates the end of a lacuna in a mostly complete textual witness.

Attributes: @id, @lang

lacunaStart

indicates the beginning of a lacuna in the text of a mostly complete textual witness

Attributes: @id, @lang

language

(main-)language of the document

Attributes: @id, @lang

layout

contains a description of ruling technique and layout.

Attributes: @columns, @ruledLines, @writtenLines, @id, @lang

lb

(line break) marks the start of a new line in the original as well as in an print

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n, @ed

legend

text written on a seal

lem

contains the lemma, or base text, of a textual variation.

Attributes: @id, @lang

list

contains any sequence of items organized as a list.

listBibl

lists any kind of bibliography

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang, @rend, @n

material

describes the material of the writing support

Attributes: @id, @lang

minute

the minute component of a structured time-expression.

Attributes: @id, @lang

monogr

Contains: (heading) contains any heading, for example, the title of a section, or the heading of a list or glossary.

month

the month component of a structured date.

Attributes: @id, @lang

msWriting

contains a description of all the different kinds of writing used in a document

Attributes: @hands, @id, @lang

name

(name, proper noun) contains a proper noun or noun phrase.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n, @reg, @key

nameSort

gives the internal hierarchy of a multipart name, the attrib specifies the sort order of the name component in relation to others within the personal name.

Attributes: @id, @lang

narratio

Attributes: @id, @lang

nota

contains the extra sigillum notes on the document. (cfr. VID n. 180: Les mentions hors teneur (Lat.: extra tenorem, parfois extra sigillum), placées sur les originaux sur ou sous le repli des actes, dans les amrges, auprés du sceau ou au dos de la piéce, et comportant des indications sur l'élaboration de l'acte, sur les formalités neécessaires é sa validité ou bien relatives é son entregsitrement ou é son exécution (mais distinctes des mentions ultérieures, notamment d'archivage), ne paticipent pas stricto sensu é la nature méme de l'acte. On les dit parfois 'mentions de chancellerie')

Attributes: @type, @date, @resp, @place, @id, @lang

notariusSign

Marks the place of the notarial sign.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n

notariusSub

contains the subscription of a notary. If the notarial sign is in graphical connection with the subscription it can be marked as a part of notariusSub

Attributes: @id, @lang

note

Attributes: @type, @resp, @place, @id, @lang, @n, @anchored, @target, @targetEnd

notesStmt

(Notes statement) collects together any notes providing information about a text additional to that recorded in other parts of the bibliographic description.

occasion

a temporal expression (either a date or a time) given in terms of a named occasion such as a holiday, a named time of day, or some notable event.

Attributes: @id, @lang

offset

that part of a relative temporal or spatial expression which indicates the direction of the offset between the two place names, dates, or times involved in the expression.

Attributes: @id, @lang

orgDivn

indicates a division, branch or department specified in an organizational name.

Attributes: @id, @lang

orgName

contains an organizational name.

Attributes: @id, @lang

orgTitle

contains the proper name component of an organizational name.

Attributes: @id, @lang

orgType

indicates a part of the organization name which contains information about the organization's structure or function.

Attributes: @id, @lang

p

marks paragraphs

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n, @ed

pb

page break. marks the boundary between one page of a text and the next in a standard reference system.

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang, @n, @ed

persName

contains a proper noun or proper-noun phrase referring to a person, possibly including any or all of the person's forenames, surnames, honorifics, added names, etc.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @reg

petitio

Attributes: @id, @lang

physicalDesc

contains a formal description of the document excluding text and legal content, follows the rules of the MASTER-DTD.

Attributes: @id, @lang

pict

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang

pictRef

Reference to an external picture ressource.

placeName

contains an absolute or relative place name.

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang, @reg

prints

lists existing prints of the document

Attributes: @id, @lang

profileDesc

a text profile, tagged <profileDesc>, containing classificatory and contextual information about the text, such as its subject matter, the situation in which it was produced, the individuals described by or participating in producing it, and so forth. Such a text profile is of particular use in highly structured composite texts such as corpora or language collections, where it is often highly desirable to enforce a controlled descriptive vocabulary or to perform retrievals from a body of text in terms of text type or origin. The text profile may however be of use in any form of automatic text processing.

projectDesc

(project description) describes in detail the aim or purpose for which an electronic file was encoded, together with any other relevant information concerning the process by which it was assembled or collected.

protocol

Attributes: @id, @lang

provenance

The agency, institution, organisation or individual that created, accumulated and maintained records

Attributes: @expan, @abbr, @id, @n

ptr

Attributes: @target

pubPlace

(from TEI)

publicatio

Attributes: @id, @lang

publicationStmt

(publication statement) groups information concerning the publication or distribution of an electronic or other text.

publisher

provides the name of the organization responsible for the publication or distribution of a bibliographic item.

quote

marks text passages containing text of a document inserted in another document (e.g. vidimus, transsumptum, "Vorurkunde") and other parts quoted from texts external zu the actual text.

Attributes: @source

rdg

contains a single reading within a textual variation

Attributes: @id, @lang

rdgGrp

within a textual variation, groups two or more readings perceived to have a genetic relationship or other affinity.

Attributes: @id, @lang

recipient

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

Attributes: @id, @lang, @reg

ref

Attributes: @type, @resp, @id, @lang, @target

regesta

names lists containing the document described by the element.

Attributes: @id, @lang

region

in an address, contains the state, province, county or region name; in a place name given as a hierarchy of geo-political units, the region is larger or administratively superior to the settlement and smaller or administratively less important

Attributes: @id, @lang, @reg

remarks

contains any remark and comment not classified# in other elements.

Attributes: @id, @lang

resp

contains a phrase describing the nature of a person's intellectual responsibility. (from teiHeader)

respStmt

from teiHeader

restore

indicates restoration of text to an earlier state by cancellation of an editorial or authorial marking or instruction.

Attributes: @id, @lang

revisionDesc

a revision history, tagged <revisionDesc>, which allows the encoder to provide a history of changes made during the development of the electronic text. The revision history is important for version control and for resolving questions about the history of a file.

roleName

contains a name component which indicates that the referent has a particular role or position in society, such as an official title or rank.

Attributes: @id, @lang

rubrum

classification given on the document or as an endorsment by the recipient or the archive.

Attributes: @id, @lang

salutatio

the greeting clause

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n

sanctio

Attributes: @id, @lang

scope

marks a text giving the specific place of an information in an wider entity, like a page in a book or a document, or a range of pages.

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang, @rend, @n

scribe

identifcation (by name or by an abbreviation) of the scribe of the charter

script

gives the paleographic name for the script used in the document

Attributes: @id, @lang

seal

Marks the place of a the seal in a text

sealDesc

description of the seal

Attributes: @id, @lang

second

the second component of a structured time-expression.

Attributes: @id, @lang

seriesStmt

from teiHeader

setPhrase

any word sequence refering to a #specific# content. The type of the formula should be given in the TYPE-attribute using the semantics of the VID.

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang

settlement

contains the name of the smallest component of a place name expressed as a hierarchy of geo-political or administrative units as in Rochester, New York; Glasgow, Scotland.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @reg

sic

contains text reproduced although apparently incorrect or inaccurate.

Attributes: @id, @lang

sigil

the abbreviation used for a document or textual witness defined in the witnesslist and refered to in the wit element in the apparatus

sigillant

the person whose seal to authenticates the charter

sourceDesc

supplies a bibliographic description of the copy text(s) from which an electronic text was derived or generated.

space

indicates the location of a significant space in the copy text.

Attributes: @id, @lang

span

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang, @rend, @n

studies

lists scholarly studies using or dealing in any way with the document

Attributes: @id, @lang

subscriptio

contains the text of any kind of subscription (autograph, non-autograph, notarial subscription including the signs as monograms etc.

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang

sup

marks superscript text in the original

supplied

signifies text supplied by the transcriber or editor in place of text which cannot be read, either because of physical damage or loss in the original or because it is illegible for any reason.

Attributes: @id, @lang

support

describes the material on which the document is written. Contains full text or a element structure with compulsory element <material>.

Attributes: @id, @lang

surname

contains a family (inherited) name, as opposed to a given, baptismal, or nick name.

Attributes: @id, @lang

teiHeader

contains information on the encoding of the text. Every TEI-conformant text must carry such a set of descriptions and prefixed to it

Attributes: @id, @lang

tenor

the text of the document

Attributes: @id, @lang

term

a general element to mark any fixed term

Attributes: @id, @lang

testes

Attributes: @id, @lang

testis

a single witness of the legal action represented by the charter

text

contains a text or a corpus of texts

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang, @n, @decl

time

contains a phrase defining a time of day in any format.

Attributes: @id, @lang

timeStruct

contains an internally structured representation for a time of day.

Attributes: @id, @lang

title

The title of a bibliographic reference

titleStmt

(title statement) groups information about the title of a work and those responsible for its intellectual content.

traditioForm

Attributes: @id, @lang

unclear

contains a word, phrase, or passage which cannot be transcribed with certainty because it is illegible or inaudible in the source.

Attributes: @id, @lang

watermark

contains a detailed description of a watermark identified in the paper on which a document is written.

Attributes: @id, @lang, @rend, @n

week

the week component of a structured date.

Attributes: @id, @lang

wit

contains a list of one or more sigla of witnesses attesting a given reading, in a textual variation.

Attributes: @id, @lang

witDetail

gives further information about a particular witness, or witnesses, to a particular reading.

Attributes: @id, @lang

witEnd

indicates the end, or suspension, of the text of a fragmentary witness.

Attributes: @id, @lang

witList

contains a list of all the witnesses referred to in wit elements or wit attributes within the critical apparatus.

Attributes: @id, @lang

witStart

indicates the beginning, or resumption, of the text of a fragmentary witness.(from TEI)

Attributes: @id, @lang

witness

contains either a description of a single textual witness referred to within the critical apparatus, or a list of witnesses which is to be referred to by a single sigil.

Attributes: @type, @id, @lang, @sigil

year

the year component of a date.

Attributes: @id, @lang

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