Encoded Archival Description Tag Library, Version 2002
A generic element that designates the title or caption for a section of text, including a list. When a <head> is used, it should be the first subelement, followed by one or more other elements.
Do not confuse with the <listhead> subelements <head01> and <head02>, which designate headings for columns in a list. A <thead> element is used for column heads in a table.
#PCDATA, emph, extptr, lb, ptr
May occur within:
accessrestrict, accruals, acqinfo, altformavail, appraisal, arrangement, bibliography, bioghist, c, c01, c02, c03, c04, c05, c06, c07, c08, c09, c10, c11, c12, chronlist, controlaccess, custodhist, daodesc, descgrp, did, div, dsc, dscgrp, fileplan, index, list, odd, originalsloc, otherfindaid, phystech, prefercite, processinfo, relatedmaterial, scopecontent, separatedmaterial, table, userestrict
1. <chronlist> <head>Publications List</head> <listhead> <head01>Publication Year</head01> <head02>Book Title</head02> </listhead> <chronitem>[...]</chronitem> </chronlist> 2. <bioghist id="PRO123"> <head>Administrative History</head> <p>In October 1964, the incoming Labour government created new office of Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (combined with First Secretary of State) and set up the Department of Economic Affairs under the Ministers of the Crown Act 1964 to carry primary responsibility for long term economic planning.</p> </bioghist>
May 26, 2006