Encoded Archival Description Tag Library, Version 2002
<bibref> Bibliographic Reference
A reference element that provides a citation and/or electronic link for a published work such as a book, article, dissertation, motion picture, or sound recording. The <bibref> may contain just text or some of the content-specific elements such as <title>, <imprint>, or <edition>, although the latter two elements are unlikely to be used for unpublished works.
A list of <bibref>s may be gathered into a <bibliography>. A single <bibref> may be part of a Paragraph <p>. Use the HREF or ENTITYREF attribute to point to an electronic bibliographic work.
Use the more specific <archref> element to cite or link to separately described archival materials.
Do not confuse with the Reference <ref> element, which is an internal link from one place in a finding aid to another place in the same finding aid.
While XML Linking Language (XLink) Version 1.0, which is the basis for EAD linking elements, is a stable document, examples of EAD usage are hypothetical and have not been tested in real XLink-based applications. Those wishing to use XLink are encouraged to consult the specification available online at <http://www.w3.org/TR/xlink/>.
#PCDATA, abbr, archref, bibseries, corpname, edition, emph, expan, extptr, extref, famname, imprint, lb, name, num, persname, ptr, ref, title
May occur within:
abstract, archref, bibliography, container, creation, descrules, dimensions, emph, entry, event, extent, extref, item, label, langmaterial, langusage, materialspec, origination, otherfindaid, p, physdesc, physfacet, physloc, ref, relatedmaterial, repository, separatedmaterial, unitdate, unitid, unittitle
1. <p>The Archibald MacLeish Papers are described in <bibref> <title render="italic">Library of Congress Acquisitions: Manuscript Division, 1982, </title> p. 29. </bibref> </p> 2. <bibliography> <head>Bibliography</head> <p>Sources consulted by John Kobler.</p> <bibref><title render="italic">Affiches americaines</title>. San Domingo: Imprimerie royale du Cap, 1782. Nos. 30, 35.</bibref> <bibref>Ardouin, Charles Nicholas Celigny. <title render="italic">Essais sur l'histoire d'Haiti</title>. Port-au-Prince, 1865.</bibref> <bibref>Bastien, Remy. <title render="italic">Anthologie du folklore haitien</title>, <title render="doublequote"> Proverbes</title>. Mexico, 1946. pp.83-91.</bibref> <bibref>Bellegarde, Dantes. <title render="italic">Dessalines a parle</title>. Port-au-Prince, 1948. Chap. IV: pp. 47-54.</bibref> . . . </bibliography>
May 26, 2006