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resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:format:500 [2020/01/22 18:25]
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 === Subfields === === Subfields ===
-** $8 Language Code (O;R) **\\ +
-see the [[numerical subfields|description of numerical subfields]]. Mandatory to precede each subfield $n.  +
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 ** $a Entry Element (M;NR)**\\ ** $a Entry Element (M;NR)**\\
 Subfield $a contains the part of the name used as the entry element in a heading. This is in most cases the last name. The use of this field is **mandatory** in every occurrence of this field. ​ Subfield $a contains the part of the name used as the entry element in a heading. This is in most cases the last name. The use of this field is **mandatory** in every occurrence of this field. ​
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 ** $z Chronological Note (O;NR) **\\ ** $z Chronological Note (O;NR) **\\
 Subfield $z contains a year or a range of years indicating that the relationship between the person named in this field and the entity described by the record itself is connected or limited to a certain point in time or a certain time period. It should not contain the biographical data of the person mentioned in this field. \\ E.g. if a field 500 in a record gives the name of the husband of the person described by the record as a whole, subfield $z of this field would contain the beginning and end of the marriage. Subfield $z contains a year or a range of years indicating that the relationship between the person named in this field and the entity described by the record itself is connected or limited to a certain point in time or a certain time period. It should not contain the biographical data of the person mentioned in this field. \\ E.g. if a field 500 in a record gives the name of the husband of the person described by the record as a whole, subfield $z of this field would contain the beginning and end of the marriage.
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 +** $8 Language Code (O;R) **\\
 +see the [[numerical subfields|description of numerical subfields]]. Mandatory to precede each subfield $n. 
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