teiHeader (hendiVar)

<teiHeader> (TEI header) supplies descriptive and declarative metadata associated with a digital resource or set of resources.

Example
<teiHeader>
        <fileDesc>
          <titleStmt>
            <title>Shakespeare: the first folio (1623) in electronic form</title>
            <author>Shakespeare, William (1564–1616)</author>
            <respStmt>
              <resp>Originally prepared by</resp>
              <name>Trevor Howard-Hill</name>
            </respStmt>
            <respStmt>
              <resp>Revised and edited by</resp>
              <name>Christine Avern-Carr</name>
            </respStmt>
          </titleStmt>
          <publicationStmt>
            <distributor>Oxford Text Archive</distributor>
            <address>
              <addrLine>13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN, UK</addrLine>
            </address>
            <idno type="OTA">119</idno>
            <availability>
              <p>Freely available on a non-commercial basis.</p>
            </availability>
            <date when="1968">1968</date>
          </publicationStmt>
          <sourceDesc>
            <bibl>The first folio of Shakespeare, prepared by Charlton Hinman (The Norton Facsimile,
              1968)</bibl>
          </sourceDesc>
        </fileDesc>
        <encodingDesc>
          <projectDesc>
            <p>Originally prepared for use in the production of a series of old-spelling
              concordances in 1968, this text was extensively checked and revised for use during the
              editing of the new Oxford Shakespeare (Wells and Taylor, 1989).</p>
          </projectDesc>
          <editorialDecl>
            <correction>
              <p>Turned letters are silently corrected.</p>
            </correction>
            <normalization>
              <p>Original spelling and typography is retained, except that long s and ligatured
                forms are not encoded.</p>
            </normalization>
          </editorialDecl>
          <refsDecl xml:id="ASLREF">
            <cRefPattern matchPattern="(\S+) ([^.]+)\.(.*)" replacementPattern="#xpath(//div1[@n='$1']/div2/[@n='$2']//lb[@n='$3'])">
              <p>A reference is created by assembling the following, in the reverse order as that
                listed here: <list><item>the <att>n</att> value of the preceding <gi>lb</gi>
                           </item><item>a period</item><item>the <att>n</att> value of the ancestor <gi>div2</gi>
                           </item><item>a space</item><item>the <att>n</att> value of the parent <gi>div1</gi>
                           </item></list>
                     </p>
            </cRefPattern>
          </refsDecl>
        </encodingDesc>
        <revisionDesc>
          <list>
            <item><date when="1989-04-12">12 Apr 89</date> Last checked by CAC</item>
            <item><date when="1989-03-01">1 Mar 89</date> LB made new file</item>
          </list>
        </revisionDesc>
      </teiHeader>

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