<title>

<title> Title of a bibliographic entity.
Module MEI.shared
Attributes
@analog (optional) Contains a reference to a field or element in another descriptive encoding system to which this MEI element is comparable. Value of datatype string. att.bibl
@authURI (optional) The web-accessible location of the controlled vocabulary from which the value is taken. Value conforms to data.URI . att.authorized
@authority (optional) A name or label associated with the controlled vocabulary from which the value is taken. Value of datatype string. att.authorized
@codedval (optional) a value that represents or identifies the element content. May serve as a primary key in a web-accessible database identified by the authURI attribute. One or more values of datatype NMTOKEN, separated by spaces. att.canonical
@facs (optional) Permits the current element to reference a facsimile surface or image zone which corresponds to it. One or more values from data.URI , separated by spaces. att.facsimile
@label (optional) Provides a name or label for an element. The value may be any string. Value of datatype string. att.commonPart
@level (optional) Indicates the bibliographic level for a title. Allowed values are: " a" (Analyzed component, such as an article or chapter, within a larger bibliographic entity.) , " m" (Monograph.), " j" (Journal.), " s" (Series.), " u" (Unpublished (including theses and dissertations unless published by a commercial press).) title
@n (optional) Provides a number-like designation for an element. Value conforms to token . att.common
@nonfiling (optional) Holds the number of initial characters (such as those constituing an article or preposition) that should not be used for sorting a title or name. Value of datatype positiveInteger. att.filing
@subtype (optional) Provide any sub-classification for the element, additional to that given by its type attribute. Value of datatype NMTOKEN. title
@translit (optional) Specifies the transliteration technique used. Value of datatype NMTOKEN. att.lang
@type (optional) Characterizes the element in some sense, using any convenient classification scheme or typology. Allowed values are: " main" (Main title.), " subordinate" (Subtitle or title of part.), " abbreviated" (Abbreviated form of title.), " alternative" (Alternate title by which the item is also known.), " translated" (Translated form of title.), " uniform" (Collective title.) title
@xml:base (optional) Provides a base URI reference with which applications can resolve relative URI references into absolute URI references. Value conforms to data.URI . att.commonPart
@xml:id (optional) Regularizes the naming of an element and thus facilitates building links between it and other resources. Each id attribute within a document must have a unique value. Value of datatype ID. att.id
@xml:lang (optional) Identifies the language of the element's content. The values for this attribute are language 'tags' as defined in BCP 47. All language tags that make use of private use sub-tags must be documented in a corresponding language element in the MEI header whose id attribute is the same as the language tag's value. Value of datatype language. att.lang
Member of
Contained by
May contain
Declaration
<classes>
<memberOf key= " att.common" />
<memberOf key= " att.authorized" />
<memberOf key= " att.bibl" />
<memberOf key= " att.canonical" />
<memberOf key= " att.facsimile" />
<memberOf key= " att.filing" />
<memberOf key= " att.lang" />
<memberOf key= " model.titleLike" />
</classes>
<content>
<rng:zeroOrMore>
<rng:choice>
<rng:text/>
<rng:ref name= " model.textphraseLike" />
<rng:ref name= " model.editLike" />
<rng:ref name= " model.transcriptionLike" />
</rng:choice>
</rng:zeroOrMore>
</content>
Remarks

The type attribute may be used to classify the title according to some convenient typology. Sample values include: main (main title), subordinate (subtitle, title of part), abbreviated (abbreviated form of title), alternative (alternate title by which the work is also known), translated (translated form of title), uniform (collective title). The type attribute is provided for convenience in analysing titles and processing them according to their type; where such specialized processing is not necessary, there is no need for such analysis, and the entire title, including subtitles and any parallel titles, may be enclosed within a single title element. Title parts may be encoded in title sub-elements. The name of the list from which a controlled value is taken may be recorded using the authority attribute. The number of initial characters (such as those constituing an article or preposition) that should not be used for sorting a title or name may be indicated in the nonfiling attribute.This element is modelled on an element in the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) standard.

MEI Guidelines Version 3.0.0

MEI Elements