Thanks, Mark. So it would seem that for BIBFRAME, titleVariation would 
be the property. However, are these titles associated with the Work or 
the Instance/Manifestation?  I find this confusing in BIBFRAME because 
titleVariation is listed as a property on the Work page[1] , with domain 
Title, but the class Title [1] doesn't include it. Has anyone looked 
carefully at titles in BIBFRAME to understand their semantics?



On 9/26/14, 8:24 AM, Mark K. Ehlert wrote:
> Karen Coyle <[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>     I believe the poster is referring to providing transcriptions
>     and/or translations of the title that do not appear on the piece
>     itself. Those should be distinguished from the title on piece.
>     AFAIK (catalogers, please weigh in here!), the only thing we've
>     had in the past is the title variation (MARC 246), but also AFAIK
>     we haven't actually provided for translations of titles. Do the
>     cataloging rules address this?
> For cataloger-supplied translations, RDA has MARC has the 
> 242; some may also use or substitute the 246 for this.
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