Guidelines for Tagging
French Revolution Pamphlet Collection


Use the online TEI Guidelines, especially Chpt. 35 which lists all of the tags and the chapters in which they are referenced.

Below you will find an example containing all the tags (listed in the order they usually appear) used in the project up to this point.

To find how a given tag was used in a specific text, you can search for the tag:
In a terminal window go to the /revolution/data directory, and in the cmd line, type:
grep -l "<thetagyouwant>" * .sgm
-- this will list all instances where the tag was used.

** id -- these must be unique, and follow the pattern r+filename+description (ex. id="r115n05note1"). If no descript. is really applicable then, r+filename (ex. id="r113n02"). Usually, the first div1 id in the body is named simply r+filename and the type specifies the main category.
** type -- in order to facilitate searching, at least one of these per document should describe the document as a whole, and in doing so, fit into one of the following categories: piece, poeme, religious, misc. These categories might also be used to categorize, for example, a chanson that appears at the end of a given pamphlet.

<respstmt><resp>Compiled and edited by</resp><name>Michael Kazanjian</name></respstmt></titlestmt>
<publicationstmt><publisher>Lewis H. Beck Center</publisher>
<pubplace>Emory University</pubplace><address><addrline>Atlanta, Georgia 30322</addrline></address>
<availability><p>(Copyright description)</p></availability>
<seriesstmt><title>French Revolution Pamphlet Collection</title> </seriesstmt>

<encodingdesc><projectdesc><p>(Description of the project)</p>
<editorialdecl><p>(Description of editorial decisions)</p>


<respstmt><name>Michael Kazanjian</name><resp>staff</resp></respstmt>
<item>Sgml tags inserted in compliance with TEI guidelines using TEI P3</item></change></revisiondesc>


<front>(used this for all front matter)
<pb n= "1"> (end of page one)

<q><hi rend="italic">XXX</hi></q>

<figure><figDesc>Angel motif imprint</figDesc></figure></titlepart>

<docimprint>(publication info)</docimprint>

<div1 id="XXX" type="XXX">I used div1 for:
-- intro material
-- "Dedicace" (with <name> and <lg type="stanza"> tags", "Avertissement"
(with <title> tag), "Avis au lecteur"
-- list of characters: id="pers" type="Personnages"
(then using <list>, <head> and <item> tags)

<stage type="location">(or "setting"; for stage directions, use "business" or "delivery")
<body>(for a theatrical piece)
<div1 id="a1" type="Acte" n="1">
<head>ACTE PREMIER</head>
<div2 id="a1s1" type="Scene" n="1">
<head>SCENE PREMIERE</head>
<lg type="speech"><l>XXX</l></sp>


<body>(for another genre of pamphlet)
<div1 id="chanson" type="Chanson" n="(title)">
<div1 id="body" type="Body">
<pb n= "1">
<bibl>Se vend chez le citoyen<name>GOUJON</name>, marchand de musique... A PARIS.</bibl>
<p rend="rule center"></p>


<lg type=stanza>
-- simply use <p> for prose

<seg>I have used this to code a note in 115n11

<hi rend= "italic"> Use this tag for italic emphasis

<ref target="note001">*</ref>
<note id="note001">* XXX<note>

<trailer rend="center"> FIN </trailer>

<div1 id="postscript" type="P.S.">

<byline>name of author</byline> or <signed>name of author</signed>


<div1 id="colophon" type="Colophon">
<p>A PARIS, de l'imprimerie de...</p>

<div1 id="Notes" type="Notes">
-- also used back matter div1s for:
editor's notes, epilogue, postface
(with <head> or <title> tags

(put figure entities/page images at end of back matter)
<div1 id="figures">
<p><figure entity="atten01" n="1"><figDesc>Image of page 1</figDesc></figure></p>