A question vaguely related to the ongoing discussion about <cxx> and levels.
Is it "correct" hierarchical thinking to state a <container> within a <c0X> with level attribute set to subseries? I can see that the tag library does not prohibit it and have found examples of it happening in Library of Congress EAD guideline examples. But, the XSL stylesheet we are using (I believe it was adapted from one of the EAD Cookbook stylesheets) is designed so that <c02 level="subseries"> (for example) will not have <container> stated within it.
Here's an example of <container> stated within <c02 level="subseries"> from the LC EAD guidelines:
<unittitle encodinganalog="245$a">Case Files, <unitdate encodinganalog="245$f" type="inclusive" normal="1971/1975">1971-1975</unitdate></unittitle>
Just seeking some thoughts before I do any major revisions to our container list stylesheet.
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
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