EAD (Encoded Archival Description ; Version 2002 Official Site)

Encoded Archival Description Tag Library, Version 2002

EAD Elements

<emph> Emphasis


A formatting element for marking words or phrases that are stressed or emphasized for linguistic effect. Use the RENDER attribute to specify the kind of emphasis, e.g., bold or italics.

When the content of an entire element should always be rendered in italics or some other display feature, use the style sheet functions instead of the <emph> element.

May contain:

#PCDATA, abbr, archref, bibref, emph, expan, extptr, extref, lb, linkgrp, ptr, ref, title

May occur within:

abstract, addressline, archref, author, bibref, bibseries, container, corpname, creation, date, descrules, dimensions, edition, emph, entry, event, extent, extref, extrefloc, famname, function, genreform, geogname, head, head01, head02, imprint, item, label, langmaterial, language, langusage, legalstatus, materialspec, name, num, occupation, origination, p, persname, physdesc, physfacet, physloc, publisher, ref, refloc, repository, resource, runner, sponsor, subarea, subject, subtitle, title, titleproper, unitdate, unitid, unittitle


RENDER #IMPLIED, altrender, bold, bolddoublequote, bolditalic, boldsinglequote, boldsmcaps, boldunderline, doublequote, italic, nonproport, singlequote, smcaps, sub, super, underline


    <abstract label="Abstract">
    Papers document Donald C. Stone's work with Ornstein and Swencionis on the
    <emph render="italic">est</emph> Outcome Project, and the development
    of his doctoral research, including his various publications
    on the human potential movement, up to the completion of his doctoral dissertation.