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Bibliographic References

When we include bibliographies in our editions, both in the bibliographic lists in the <sourceDesc> of the header, and in any other part of the document where it is necessary to introduce a bibliographic citation, or to cite an ancient or modern work, we use <bibl>.

This tag can contain the text of the reference directly, without distinguishing between its content:

<note>Como se recoge en <bibl>Eurípides, Fenicias 65</bibl>, y en otras partes de su obra...</note>

But it is recommended that each of its parts be carefully tagged with the corresponding tags, especially in the initial bibliographical listings and whenever its various parts can be distinguished:

<note>Como se recoge en <bibl><author>Eurípides</author>, <title>Fenicias</title> 65</bibl>, y en otras partes de su obra...</note>

To see in detail what tags can contain <bibl> and how to organise and complete them in bibliographic reference lists, see the other articles on this topic below. infra.


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