State Class name/attribute Description Duplicates Elements in which this attribute occurs
Undecided att.canonical/@key provides an externally-defined means of identifying the entity (or entities) being named, using a coded value of some kind.
  1. classRef: the identifier used for the required class within the source indicated.
  2. elementRef: the identifier used for the required element within the source indicated.
  3. macroRef: the identifier used for the required pattern within the source indicated.
  4. memberOf: specifies the identifier for a class of which the documented element or class is a member or subclass
  5. moduleRef: the name of a TEI module
  6. specDesc: supplies the identifier of the documentary element or class for which a description is to be obtained.
Undecided att.canonical/@ref provides an explicit means of locating a full definition for the entity being named by means of one or more URIs.
  1. g: points to a description of the character or glyph intended.
Undecided att.combinable/@mode specifies the effect of this declaration on its parent object.
  1. alt: states whether the alternations gathered in this collection are exclusive or inclusive.
  2. altGrp: states whether the alternations gathered in this collection are exclusive or inclusive.
  3. channel: specifies the mode of this channel with respect to speech and writing.
  4. classes: specifies the effect of this declaration on its parent module.
  5. memberOf: specifies the effect of this declaration on its parent module.
Undecided att.coordinated/@start indicates the element within a transcription of the text containing at least the start of the writing represented by this zone or surface.
  1. schemaSpec: specifies entry points to the schema, i.e. which elements may be used as the root of documents conforming to it.
Undecided att.damaged/@agent categorizes the cause of the damage, if it can be identified.
  1. gap: In the case of text omitted because of damage, categorizes the cause of the damage, if it can be identified.
  2. unclear: Where the difficulty in transcription arises from damage, categorizes the cause of the damage, if it can be identified.
Undecided att.damaged/@degree signifies the degree of damage according to a convenient scale. The damage tag with the degree attribute should only be used where the text may be read with some confidence; text supplied from other sources should be tagged as supplied.
  1. certainty: indicates the degree of confidence assigned to the aspect of the markup named by the locus attribute.
  2. node: gives the degree of the node, the number of arcs with which the node is incident.
  3. precision: indicates the degree of precision to be assigned as a value between 0 (none) and 1 (optimally precise)
  4. purpose: specifies the extent to which this purpose predominates.
Undecided att.damaged/@hand in the case of damage (deliberate defacement, inking out, etc.) assignable to a distinct hand, signifies the hand responsible for the damage.
  1. gap: in the case of text omitted from the transcription because of deliberate deletion by an identifiable hand, signifies the hand which made the deletion.
  2. unclear: Where the difficulty in transcription arises from action (partial deletion, etc.) assignable to an identifiable hand, signifies the hand responsible for the action.
Undecided att.datable.w3c/@from indicates the starting point of the period in standard form, e.g. yyyy-mm-dd.
  1. app: identifies the beginning of the lemma in the base text, if necessary.
  2. arc: gives the identifier of the node which is adjacent from this arc.
  3. biblScope: specifies the starting point of the range of units indicated by the type attribute.
  4. citedRange: specifies the starting point of the range of units indicated by the type attribute.
  5. locus: specifies the starting point of the location in a normalized form.
  6. span: specifies the beginning of the passage being annotated; if not accompanied by a to attribute, then specifies the entire passage.
Undecided att.datable.w3c/@to indicates the ending point of the period in standard form, e.g. yyyy-mm-dd.
  1. app: identifies the endpoint of the lemma in the base text, if necessary.
  2. arc: gives the identifier of the node which is adjacent to this arc.
  3. biblScope: specifies the end-point of the range of units indicated by the type attribute.
  4. citedRange: specifies the end-point of the range of units indicated by the type attribute.
  5. locus: specifies the end-point of the location in a normalized form.
  6. span: specifies the end of the passage being annotated.
Undecided att.datable.w3c/@when supplies the value of the date or time in a standard form, e.g. yyyy-mm-dd.
  1. docDate: gives the value of the date in standard form, i.e. YYYY-MM-DD.
Undecided att.dimensions/@extent indicates the size of the object concerned using a project-specific vocabulary combining quantity and units in a single string of words.
  1. orth: gives the extent of the orthographic information provided.
  2. pron: indicates whether the pronunciation is for whole word or part.
Undecided att.dimensions/@precision characterizes the precision of the values specified by the other attributes.
  1. precision: characterizes the precision of the element or attribute pointed to by the precision element.
Undecided att.dimensions/@scope where the measurement summarizes more than one observation, specifies the applicability of this measurement.
  1. join: indicates whether the targets to be joined include the entire element indicated (the entire subtree including its root), or just the children of the target (the branches of the subtree).
  2. rendition: where CSS is used, provides a way of defining pseudo-elements, that is, styling rules applicable to specific sub-portions of an element.
Undecided att.dimensions/@unit names the unit used for the measurement
  1. biblScope: identifies the unit of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  2. citedRange: identifies the type of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  3. pc: provides a name for the kind of unit delimited by this punctuation mark.
  4. timeline: specifies the unit of time corresponding to the interval value of the timeline or of its constituent points in time.
  5. when: specifies the unit of time in which the interval value is expressed, if this is not inherited from the parent timeline.
Undecided att.divLike/@org specifies how the content of the division is organized.
  1. attList: specifies whether all the attributes in the list are available (org="group") or only one of them (org="choice")
  2. vColl: indicates organization of given value or values as set, bag or list.
  3. vMerge: indicates the organization of the resulting merged values as set, bag or list.
Undecided att.docStatus/@status describes the status of a document either currently or, when associated with a dated element, at the time indicated.
  1. availability: supplies a code identifying the current availability of the text.
  2. correction: indicates the degree of correction applied to the text.
Undecided att.editLike/@source contains a list of one or more pointers indicating sources supporting the given intervention or interpretation.
  1. normalization: indicates the authority for any normalization carried out.
  2. writing: points to a bibliographic citation giving a full description of the source or script of the writing.
Undecided att.entryLike/@type indicates type of entry, in dictionaries with multiple types.
  1. app: classifies the variation contained in this element according to some convenient typology.
  2. biblScope: identifies the type of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  3. castItem: characterizes the cast item.
  4. classSpec: indicates whether this is a model class or an attribute class
  5. constitution: specifies how the text was constituted.
  6. derivation: categorizes the derivation of the text.
  7. dimensions: indicates which aspect of the object is being measured.
  8. distinct: specifies the sublanguage or register to which the word or phrase is being assigned
  9. divGen: specifies what type of generated text division (e.g. index, table of contents, etc.) is to appear.
  10. domain: categorizes the domain of use.
  11. factuality: categorizes the factuality of the text.
  12. forest: identifies the type of the forest.
  13. form: classifies form as simple, compound, etc.
  14. fs: specifies the type of the feature structure.
  15. fsDecl: gives a name for the type of feature structure being declared.
  16. fsdLink: identifies the type of feature structure to be documented; this will be the value of the type attribute on at least one feature structure.
  17. fw: classifies the material encoded according to some useful typology.
  18. gram: classifies the grammatical information given according to some convenient typology—in the case of terminological information, preferably the dictionary of data element types specified in ISO 12620.
  19. graph: describes the type of graph.
  20. iType: indicates the type of indicator used to specify the inflection class, when it is necessary to distinguish between the usual abbreviated indications (e.g. inv) and other kinds of indicators, such as special codes referring to conjugation patterns, etc.
  21. idno: categorizes the identifier, for example as an ISBN, Social Security number, etc.
  22. interaction: specifies the degree of interaction between active and passive participants in the text.
  23. lbl: classifies the label using any convenient typology.
  24. list: describes the form of the list.
  25. listForest: identifies the type of the forest group.
  26. macroSpec: indicates which type of entity should be generated, when an ODD processor is generating a module using XML DTD syntax.
  27. measure: specifies the type of measurement in any convenient typology.
  28. metDecl: indicates whether the notation conveys the abstract metrical form, its actual prosodic realization, or the rhyme scheme, or some combination thereof.
  29. move: characterizes the movement, for example as an entrance or exit.
  30. node: provides a type for a node.
  31. num: indicates the type of numeric value.
  32. oRef: indicates the kind of typographic modification made to the headword in the reference.
  33. oVar: indicates the kind of variant involved.
  34. orth: gives the type of spelling.
  35. preparedness: a keyword characterizing the type of preparedness.
  36. purpose: specifies a particular kind of purpose.
  37. q: may be used to indicate whether the offset passage is spoken or thought, or to characterize it more finely.
  38. recording: the kind of recording.
  39. relation: categorizes the relationship in some respect, e.g. as social, personal or other.
  40. sound: categorizes the sound in some respect, e.g. as music, special effect, etc.
  41. stage: indicates the kind of stage direction.
  42. tag: indicates the type of XML tag intended
  43. tech: categorizes the technical stage direction.
  44. teiHeader: specifies the kind of document to which the header is attached, for example whether it is a corpus or individual text.
  45. titlePage: classifies the title page according to any convenient typology.
  46. titlePart: specifies the role of this subdivision of the title.
  47. usg: classifies the usage information using any convenient typology.
  48. valList: specifies the extensibility of the list of values specified.
  49. witDetail: describes the type of information given about the witness.
  50. xr: indicates the type of cross reference, using any convenient typology.
Undecided att.handFeatures/@scope specifies how widely this hand is used in the manuscript.
  1. join: indicates whether the targets to be joined include the entire element indicated (the entire subtree including its root), or just the children of the target (the branches of the subtree).
  2. rendition: where CSS is used, provides a way of defining pseudo-elements, that is, styling rules applicable to specific sub-portions of an element.
Undecided att.identified/@ident supplies the identifier by which this element may be referenced.
  1. application: Supplies an identifier for the application, independent of its version number or display name.
  2. language: Supplies a language code constructed as defined in BCP 47 which is used to identify the language documented by this element, and which is referenced by the global xml:lang attribute.
  3. prefixDef: supplies the identifier which functions as the prefix for an abbreviated pointing scheme such as a private URI scheme. The prefix constitutes the text preceding the first colon.
  4. valItem: specifies the value concerned.
Undecided att.identified/@status indicates the current status of the object identified with respect to the current version of the TEI Guidelines.
  1. availability: supplies a code identifying the current availability of the text.
  2. correction: indicates the degree of correction applied to the text.
Undecided att.interpLike/@type indicates what kind of phenomenon is being noted in the passage.
  1. app: classifies the variation contained in this element according to some convenient typology.
  2. biblScope: identifies the type of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  3. castItem: characterizes the cast item.
  4. classSpec: indicates whether this is a model class or an attribute class
  5. constitution: specifies how the text was constituted.
  6. derivation: categorizes the derivation of the text.
  7. dimensions: indicates which aspect of the object is being measured.
  8. distinct: specifies the sublanguage or register to which the word or phrase is being assigned
  9. divGen: specifies what type of generated text division (e.g. index, table of contents, etc.) is to appear.
  10. domain: categorizes the domain of use.
  11. factuality: categorizes the factuality of the text.
  12. forest: identifies the type of the forest.
  13. form: classifies form as simple, compound, etc.
  14. fs: specifies the type of the feature structure.
  15. fsDecl: gives a name for the type of feature structure being declared.
  16. fsdLink: identifies the type of feature structure to be documented; this will be the value of the type attribute on at least one feature structure.
  17. fw: classifies the material encoded according to some useful typology.
  18. gram: classifies the grammatical information given according to some convenient typology—in the case of terminological information, preferably the dictionary of data element types specified in ISO 12620.
  19. graph: describes the type of graph.
  20. iType: indicates the type of indicator used to specify the inflection class, when it is necessary to distinguish between the usual abbreviated indications (e.g. inv) and other kinds of indicators, such as special codes referring to conjugation patterns, etc.
  21. idno: categorizes the identifier, for example as an ISBN, Social Security number, etc.
  22. interaction: specifies the degree of interaction between active and passive participants in the text.
  23. lbl: classifies the label using any convenient typology.
  24. list: describes the form of the list.
  25. listForest: identifies the type of the forest group.
  26. macroSpec: indicates which type of entity should be generated, when an ODD processor is generating a module using XML DTD syntax.
  27. measure: specifies the type of measurement in any convenient typology.
  28. metDecl: indicates whether the notation conveys the abstract metrical form, its actual prosodic realization, or the rhyme scheme, or some combination thereof.
  29. move: characterizes the movement, for example as an entrance or exit.
  30. node: provides a type for a node.
  31. num: indicates the type of numeric value.
  32. oRef: indicates the kind of typographic modification made to the headword in the reference.
  33. oVar: indicates the kind of variant involved.
  34. orth: gives the type of spelling.
  35. preparedness: a keyword characterizing the type of preparedness.
  36. purpose: specifies a particular kind of purpose.
  37. q: may be used to indicate whether the offset passage is spoken or thought, or to characterize it more finely.
  38. recording: the kind of recording.
  39. relation: categorizes the relationship in some respect, e.g. as social, personal or other.
  40. sound: categorizes the sound in some respect, e.g. as music, special effect, etc.
  41. stage: indicates the kind of stage direction.
  42. tag: indicates the type of XML tag intended
  43. tech: categorizes the technical stage direction.
  44. teiHeader: specifies the kind of document to which the header is attached, for example whether it is a corpus or individual text.
  45. titlePage: classifies the title page according to any convenient typology.
  46. titlePart: specifies the role of this subdivision of the title.
  47. usg: classifies the usage information using any convenient typology.
  48. valList: specifies the extensibility of the list of values specified.
  49. witDetail: describes the type of information given about the witness.
  50. xr: indicates the type of cross reference, using any convenient typology.
Undecided att.lexicographic/@location provides a reference to an anchor element typically elsewhere in the document, but possibly in another document, indicating the original location of this component.
  1. variantEncoding: indicates whether the apparatus appears within the running text or external to it.
Undecided att.lexicographic/@value gives a value which lacks any realization in the printed source text.
  1. age: supplies a numeric code representing the age or age group
  2. binary: supplies a binary value.
  3. eLeaf: provides the value of an embedding leaf, which is a feature structure or other analytic element.
  4. eTree: provides the value of an embedding tree, which is a feature structure or other analytic element.
  5. iNode: provides the value of an intermediate node, which is a feature structure or other analytic element.
  6. leaf: provides a pointer to a feature structure or other analytic element.
  7. metSym: specifies the character or character sequence being documented.
  8. node: provides the value of a node, which is a feature structure or other analytic element.
  9. num: supplies the value of the number in standard form.
  10. numeric: supplies a lower bound for the numeric value represented, and also (if max is not supplied) its upper bound.
  11. root: provides the value of the root, which is a feature structure or other analytic element.
  12. sex: supplies a coded value for sex
  13. symbol: supplies the symbolic value for the feature, one of a finite list that may be specified in a feature declaration.
  14. triangle: provides the value of a triangle, which is the identifier of a feature structure or other analytic element.
Undecided att.measurement/@unit indicates the units used for the measurement, usually using the standard symbol for the desired units.
  1. biblScope: identifies the unit of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  2. citedRange: identifies the type of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  3. pc: provides a name for the kind of unit delimited by this punctuation mark.
  4. timeline: specifies the unit of time corresponding to the interval value of the timeline or of its constituent points in time.
  5. when: specifies the unit of time in which the interval value is expressed, if this is not inherited from the parent timeline.
Undecided att.milestoneUnit/@unit provides a conventional name for the kind of section changing at this milestone.
  1. biblScope: identifies the unit of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  2. citedRange: identifies the type of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  3. pc: provides a name for the kind of unit delimited by this punctuation mark.
  4. timeline: specifies the unit of time corresponding to the interval value of the timeline or of its constituent points in time.
  5. when: specifies the unit of time in which the interval value is expressed, if this is not inherited from the parent timeline.
Undecided att.namespaceable/@ns specifies the namespace to which this element belongs
  1. attDef: specifies the namespace to which this attribute belongs
Undecided att.naming/@role may be used to specify further information about the entity referenced by this name, for example the occupation of a person, or the status of a place.
  1. org: specifies a primary role or classification for the organization.
  2. person: specifies a primary role or classification for the person.
  3. personGrp: specifies the role of this group of participants in the interaction.
Undecided att.pointing/@target specifies the destination of the reference by supplying one or more URI References
  1. change: points to one or more elements that belong to this change.
  2. fsdLink: supplies a pointer to a feature structure declaration (fsDecl) element within the current document or elsewhere.
  3. metamark: identifies one or more elements to which the function indicated by the metamark applies.
  4. redo: points to one or more elements representing the interventions which are being reasserted.
  5. relatedItem: points to the related bibliographic element by means of an absolute or relative URI reference
  6. specGrpRef: points at the specification group which logically belongs here.
  7. undo: points to one or more elements representing the interventions which are to be reverted or undone.
Undecided att.pointing/@targetLang specifies the language of the content to be found at the destination referenced by target, using a language tag generated according to BCP 47.
  1. schemaSpec: specifies which language to use when creating the objects in a schema if names for elements or attributes are available in more than one language
Undecided att.ranging/@max where the measurement summarizes more than one observation or a range, supplies the maximum value observed.
  1. memberOf: supplies the maximum number of times the element can occur in elements which use this model class in their content model
  2. numeric: supplies an upper bound for the numeric value represented.
Undecided att.ranging/@min where the measurement summarizes more than one observation or a range, supplies the minimum value observed.
  1. memberOf: supplies the minumum number of times the element must occur in elements which use this model class in their content model
Undecided att.rdgPart/@wit contains a list of one or more sigla indicating the witnesses which begin or end at this point.
  1. witDetail: indicates the sigil or sigla for the witnesses to which the detail refers.
Undecided att.readFrom/@source specifies the source from which declarations and definitions for the components of the object being defined may be obtained.
  1. normalization: indicates the authority for any normalization carried out.
  2. writing: points to a bibliographic citation giving a full description of the source or script of the writing.
Undecided att.responsibility/@cert signifies the degree of certainty associated with the intervention or interpretation.
  1. certainty: signifies the degree of certainty associated with the object pointed to by the certainty element.
Undecided att.responsibility/@resp indicates the agency responsible for the intervention or interpretation, for example an editor or transcriber.
  1. respons: identifies the individual or agency responsible for the indicated aspect of the electronic text.
  2. space: indicates the individual responsible for identifying and measuring the space.
Undecided att.scoping/@target points at one or several elements or sets of elements by means of one or more data pointers, using the URI syntax.
  1. change: points to one or more elements that belong to this change.
  2. fsdLink: supplies a pointer to a feature structure declaration (fsDecl) element within the current document or elsewhere.
  3. metamark: identifies one or more elements to which the function indicated by the metamark applies.
  4. redo: points to one or more elements representing the interventions which are being reasserted.
  5. relatedItem: points to the related bibliographic element by means of an absolute or relative URI reference
  6. specGrpRef: points at the specification group which logically belongs here.
  7. undo: points to one or more elements representing the interventions which are to be reverted or undone.
Undecided att.segLike/@function characterizes the function of the segment.
  1. metamark: describes the function (for example status, insertion, deletion, transposition) of the mark.
Undecided att.styleDef/@scheme identifies the language used to describe the rendition.
  1. att: supplies an identifier for the scheme in which this name is defined.
  2. catRef: identifies the classification scheme within which the set of categories concerned is defined
  3. classCode: identifies the classification system or taxonomy in use.
  4. constraintSpec: supplies the name of the language in which the constraints are defined
  5. gi: supplies the name of the scheme in which this name is defined.
  6. keywords: identifies the controlled vocabulary within which the set of keywords concerned is defined.
  7. locus: identifies the foliation scheme in terms of which the location is being specified.
  8. locusGrp: identifies the foliation scheme in terms of which all the locations contained by the group are specified.
  9. occupation: identifies the classification system or taxonomy in use by supplying the identifier of a taxonomy element typically but not necessarily elsewhere in the current document header.
  10. rendition: identifies the language used to describe the rendition.
  11. socecStatus: identifies the classification system or taxonomy in use.
  12. tag: supplies the name of the schema in which this tag is defined.
Undecided att.tableDecoration/@cols indicates the number of columns occupied by this cell or row.
  1. table: indicates the number of columns in each row of the table.
Undecided att.tableDecoration/@role indicates the kind of information held in this cell or in each cell of this row.
  1. org: specifies a primary role or classification for the organization.
  2. person: specifies a primary role or classification for the person.
  3. personGrp: specifies the role of this group of participants in the interaction.
Undecided att.tableDecoration/@rows indicates the number of rows occupied by this cell or row.
  1. table: indicates the number of rows in the table.
Undecided att.textCritical/@hand signifies the hand responsible for a particular reading in the witness.
  1. gap: in the case of text omitted from the transcription because of deliberate deletion by an identifiable hand, signifies the hand which made the deletion.
  2. unclear: Where the difficulty in transcription arises from action (partial deletion, etc.) assignable to an identifiable hand, signifies the hand responsible for the action.
Undecided att.textCritical/@type classifies the reading according to some useful typology.
  1. app: classifies the variation contained in this element according to some convenient typology.
  2. biblScope: identifies the type of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  3. castItem: characterizes the cast item.
  4. classSpec: indicates whether this is a model class or an attribute class
  5. constitution: specifies how the text was constituted.
  6. derivation: categorizes the derivation of the text.
  7. dimensions: indicates which aspect of the object is being measured.
  8. distinct: specifies the sublanguage or register to which the word or phrase is being assigned
  9. divGen: specifies what type of generated text division (e.g. index, table of contents, etc.) is to appear.
  10. domain: categorizes the domain of use.
  11. factuality: categorizes the factuality of the text.
  12. forest: identifies the type of the forest.
  13. form: classifies form as simple, compound, etc.
  14. fs: specifies the type of the feature structure.
  15. fsDecl: gives a name for the type of feature structure being declared.
  16. fsdLink: identifies the type of feature structure to be documented; this will be the value of the type attribute on at least one feature structure.
  17. fw: classifies the material encoded according to some useful typology.
  18. gram: classifies the grammatical information given according to some convenient typology—in the case of terminological information, preferably the dictionary of data element types specified in ISO 12620.
  19. graph: describes the type of graph.
  20. iType: indicates the type of indicator used to specify the inflection class, when it is necessary to distinguish between the usual abbreviated indications (e.g. inv) and other kinds of indicators, such as special codes referring to conjugation patterns, etc.
  21. idno: categorizes the identifier, for example as an ISBN, Social Security number, etc.
  22. interaction: specifies the degree of interaction between active and passive participants in the text.
  23. lbl: classifies the label using any convenient typology.
  24. list: describes the form of the list.
  25. listForest: identifies the type of the forest group.
  26. macroSpec: indicates which type of entity should be generated, when an ODD processor is generating a module using XML DTD syntax.
  27. measure: specifies the type of measurement in any convenient typology.
  28. metDecl: indicates whether the notation conveys the abstract metrical form, its actual prosodic realization, or the rhyme scheme, or some combination thereof.
  29. move: characterizes the movement, for example as an entrance or exit.
  30. node: provides a type for a node.
  31. num: indicates the type of numeric value.
  32. oRef: indicates the kind of typographic modification made to the headword in the reference.
  33. oVar: indicates the kind of variant involved.
  34. orth: gives the type of spelling.
  35. preparedness: a keyword characterizing the type of preparedness.
  36. purpose: specifies a particular kind of purpose.
  37. q: may be used to indicate whether the offset passage is spoken or thought, or to characterize it more finely.
  38. recording: the kind of recording.
  39. relation: categorizes the relationship in some respect, e.g. as social, personal or other.
  40. sound: categorizes the sound in some respect, e.g. as music, special effect, etc.
  41. stage: indicates the kind of stage direction.
  42. tag: indicates the type of XML tag intended
  43. tech: categorizes the technical stage direction.
  44. teiHeader: specifies the kind of document to which the header is attached, for example whether it is a corpus or individual text.
  45. titlePage: classifies the title page according to any convenient typology.
  46. titlePart: specifies the role of this subdivision of the title.
  47. usg: classifies the usage information using any convenient typology.
  48. valList: specifies the extensibility of the list of values specified.
  49. witDetail: describes the type of information given about the witness.
  50. xr: indicates the type of cross reference, using any convenient typology.
Undecided att.timed/@start indicates the location within a temporal alignment at which this element begins.
  1. schemaSpec: specifies entry points to the schema, i.e. which elements may be used as the root of documents conforming to it.
Undecided att.transcriptional/@hand signifies the hand of the agent which made the intervention.
  1. gap: in the case of text omitted from the transcription because of deliberate deletion by an identifiable hand, signifies the hand which made the deletion.
  2. unclear: Where the difficulty in transcription arises from action (partial deletion, etc.) assignable to an identifiable hand, signifies the hand responsible for the action.
Undecided att.transcriptional/@status indicates the effect of the intervention, for example in the case of a deletion, strikeouts which include too much or too little text, or in the case of an addition, an insertion which duplicates some of the text already present.
  1. availability: supplies a code identifying the current availability of the text.
  2. correction: indicates the degree of correction applied to the text.
Undecided att.typed/@type characterizes the element in some sense, using any convenient classification scheme or typology.
  1. app: classifies the variation contained in this element according to some convenient typology.
  2. biblScope: identifies the type of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume.
  3. castItem: characterizes the cast item.
  4. classSpec: indicates whether this is a model class or an attribute class
  5. constitution: specifies how the text was constituted.
  6. derivation: categorizes the derivation of the text.
  7. dimensions: indicates which aspect of the object is being measured.
  8. distinct: specifies the sublanguage or register to which the word or phrase is being assigned
  9. divGen: specifies what type of generated text division (e.g. index, table of contents, etc.) is to appear.
  10. domain: categorizes the domain of use.
  11. factuality: categorizes the factuality of the text.
  12. forest: identifies the type of the forest.
  13. form: classifies form as simple, compound, etc.
  14. fs: specifies the type of the feature structure.
  15. fsDecl: gives a name for the type of feature structure being declared.
  16. fsdLink: identifies the type of feature structure to be documented; this will be the value of the type attribute on at least one feature structure.
  17. fw: classifies the material encoded according to some useful typology.
  18. gram: classifies the grammatical information given according to some convenient typology—in the case of terminological information, preferably the dictionary of data element types specified in ISO 12620.
  19. graph: describes the type of graph.
  20. iType: indicates the type of indicator used to specify the inflection class, when it is necessary to distinguish between the usual abbreviated indications (e.g. inv) and other kinds of indicators, such as special codes referring to conjugation patterns, etc.
  21. idno: categorizes the identifier, for example as an ISBN, Social Security number, etc.
  22. interaction: specifies the degree of interaction between active and passive participants in the text.
  23. lbl: classifies the label using any convenient typology.
  24. list: describes the form of the list.
  25. listForest: identifies the type of the forest group.
  26. macroSpec: indicates which type of entity should be generated, when an ODD processor is generating a module using XML DTD syntax.
  27. measure: specifies the type of measurement in any convenient typology.
  28. metDecl: indicates whether the notation conveys the abstract metrical form, its actual prosodic realization, or the rhyme scheme, or some combination thereof.
  29. move: characterizes the movement, for example as an entrance or exit.
  30. node: provides a type for a node.
  31. num: indicates the type of numeric value.
  32. oRef: indicates the kind of typographic modification made to the headword in the reference.
  33. oVar: indicates the kind of variant involved.
  34. orth: gives the type of spelling.
  35. preparedness: a keyword characterizing the type of preparedness.
  36. purpose: specifies a particular kind of purpose.
  37. q: may be used to indicate whether the offset passage is spoken or thought, or to characterize it more finely.
  38. recording: the kind of recording.
  39. relation: categorizes the relationship in some respect, e.g. as social, personal or other.
  40. sound: categorizes the sound in some respect, e.g. as music, special effect, etc.
  41. stage: indicates the kind of stage direction.
  42. tag: indicates the type of XML tag intended
  43. tech: categorizes the technical stage direction.
  44. teiHeader: specifies the kind of document to which the header is attached, for example whether it is a corpus or individual text.
  45. titlePage: classifies the title page according to any convenient typology.
  46. titlePart: specifies the role of this subdivision of the title.
  47. usg: classifies the usage information using any convenient typology.
  48. valList: specifies the extensibility of the list of values specified.
  49. witDetail: describes the type of information given about the witness.
  50. xr: indicates the type of cross reference, using any convenient typology.
Undecided att.witnessed/@wit contains a list of one or more pointers indicating the witnesses which attest to a given reading.
  1. witDetail: indicates the sigil or sigla for the witnesses to which the detail refers.