Using the basic TEI structural elements
we mean any combination of typographic features
(font, size, hue, etc.) which distinguishes the highlighted text
from its surroundings. This may be for many reasons...
- to mark foreign, archaic, technical usages
- for emphasis when spoken
- to show something is not part of the text..
(e.g. cross references, titles, headings)
- or is attributed to some other agency inside or outside the text (e.g.
direct speech, quotation)
TEI provides both a generic <hi> tag and a
large number of specific ones...
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