<chronitemset> Chronology List Item Set

<chronitemset> is a new element in EAD3, used in place of the deprecated <eventgrp> within a <chronitem> element. It allows multiple places and/or locations to be combined with a single date.

Without its use, <chronitem> must contain a single <event> and up to one <geogname>. <chronitemset> pairs the date element in <chronitem> with one or more <event> elements and zero or more <geogname> elements. If more than one event or more than one <geogname> should be included in a <chronitem>, <chronitemset> must be used.

Attributes

  • @altrender – not required. Use if the content of the element should be displayed or printed differently than the rendering established in a style sheet for other occurrences of the element.
  • @audience – not required. Use to set whether the element’s contents will be visible to external users or to internal ones. Possible values are: “internal” and “external.”
  • @id – not required. Creates an ID for element. Can be used for linking.
  • @lang – not required. Three-letter code that indicates the language in which the element’s contents were written. It should come from ISO 639-2b.
  • @script – not required. Four-letter code that indicates the script in which the element’s contents were written. It should come from ISO 15924.

Child Elements

<chronitemset> must contain at least one <event> element. It may then contain a) further <event> elements, or b) further <event> elements and a <geogname> element, or c) multiple <geogname> elements (even if only a single <event> element is used). See below for examples of cases when it needs to be used:

In these cases, chronitemset does not need to be used:

  1. chronitem: some kind of date, geogname, event
  2. chronitem: some kind of date, event

However chronitemset must be used in the following cases:

  1. chronitem: some kind of date, (chronitemset: event, event)
  2. chronitem: some kind of date, (chronitemset: geogname, geogname, event)
  3. chronitem: some kind of date, (chronitemset: geogname, event, event)
  4. chronitem: some kind of date, (chronitemset: geogname, geogname, event, event, etc.)

Note on use order: In the case that <geogname> is used in tandem with <event>, <geogname> must be used first (including within regular <chronitem>). However, <geogname> is also available within <event>.

Example

<acqinfo>
	<head>Acquisitions Information</head>
	<chronlist>
		<chronitem>
			<datesingle notbefore="1100">circa 1100</datesingle>
			<geogname><part>Slackbuie</part><part>Scotland</part></geogname>
			<event>Slytherin's spell book of jinxes was found by professor <name><part>Albert Shallowheart</part></name> in an abandoned residence near <geogname><part>Slackbuie</part><part>Scotland</part></geogname>. He initially intended it for the possession of Slytherin house. However the headmaster confiscated, who added it to Slytherin's materials in the library.</event>
		</chronitem>
		<chronitem>
			<datesingle notbefore="1290">circa 1300</datesingle>
			<event><persname normal="Peverell, Lucinda" rules="wizlib" relator="donor"><part>Lucinda Peverell</part></persname>, daughter of <persname rules="wizlib" identifier="http://harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Cadmus_Peverell"><part>Cadamus Peverell</part></persname>, donated a spell book of dark charms which had been given to her father by Slytherin at some point after his departure from Hogwarts. Her letter accompanying the book noted that it was "prone to muttering" and the headmaster at the time took appropriate steps to shield it.</event>
		</chronitem>
		<chronitem>
			<datesingle notafter="1820">before 1820</datesingle>
			<event><persname normal="Gaunt, Malachi" rules="wizlib" relator="donor"><part>Malachi Gaunt</part></persname>, one of the few members of that family to be sorted into Ravenclaw, donated two of Slytherin's spell books, one devoted to legilimency, and one concerning spells to control basilisks and other serpents.</event>
		</chronitem>
		<chronitem>
			<dateset>
				<datesingle standarddate="1924-03">March 1924</datesingle>
				<daterange>
					<fromdate standarddate="1924-07">July 1924</fromdate>
					<todate standarddate="1924-09">September 1924</todate>
				</daterange>
			</dateset>
			<chronitemset>
				<event>When <persname normal="Gaunt, Morfin" rules="wizlib" identifier="http://harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Morfin_Gaunt"><part>Morfin Gaunt</part></persname> was sentenced to three years in <corpname normal="Azkaban Prison" rules="wizlib" identifier="http://harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Azkaban"><part>Azkaban</part></corpname>, a spell book of extremely dangerous dark arts was discovered among the belongings he attempted to bring with him. Aurors determined the spell book's creator to be Salazar Slytherin. The book was donated to Hogwarts for exclusive use of headmasters and Defense Against the Dark Arts professors. The spell book has multiple charms intended to alert aurors to unauthorized uses.</event>
				<event>For nearly three months in 1924, the spell book was temporarily removed from Hogwarts to the Ministry of Magic after <persname normal="Gaunt, Marvolo" rules="wizlib" identifier="http://harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Marvolo_Gaunt"><part>Marvolo Gaunt</part></persname> launched an unsuccessful appeal for its return to the family as inherited property. The spell book was returned to Hogwarts afterward.</event>
			</chronitemset>
		</chronitem>
	</chronlist>
</acqinfo>

EAD3 Tag Library Entry

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