But that would imply a separate finding aid. Is there no built in
accommodation for a single EAD encoded in multiple languages?
That is, one EAD, identified by a unique ID, encoded in multiple
languages. It doesn't seem there is.
But if there were, it would be a simple matter to handle linking
between language versions via the delivery software.
On June 4, at 10:00 AM, Susan Hamburger wrote:
> Fabienne and Tifenn, the EAD tag, <otherfindingaid> can be used in
> both the English and the French versions of the finding aid to
> point to each other.
> At 09:16 AM 6/4/2008, you wrote:
>> Hello to everyone
>> Please allow me to transmit to the list a request from a young
>> archivist, Tifenn Hamonic.
>> F. Queyroux
>> Bibliothèque de l'Institut de France
>> "Good morning,
>> As a student of the Ecole nationale des chartes (Paris), I'm
>> actually carrying
>> out the Catalogue of the archives of archaeology kept at the
>> Institut de
>> France (Paris). In this purpose, the description of archives has
>> been encoded
>> in xml using the dtd ead. Then, these files were loaded into the
>> Pleade 3.
>> The project has a difficulty that I would like to submit to you.
>> We want to
>> make the files available both in English and French. Each
>> description has
>> to refer to the same
>> description in the other language. I wonder which tag(s) should be
>> used to
>> links between the French and English versions.
>> More generally, I would be very interested to learn about any
>> fully bilingual finding aids and the ways the encoding has been
>> done and the search interface programmed.
>> Can you please enlighten me on this
>> Thank you in advance for your help.
>> Tifenn Hamonic
>> Master II, Histoire et nouvelles technologies
>> Ecole nationale des chartes
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