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Introduction

Important attachments and links:

Notes:

  • We got XMLs for 11 paintings
  • tags are in Dutch but there are English comments; Excel can translate automatically
  • <object_number_RKDtechnical> includes English versions for many of the Dutch fields; and most of the values it adds are bilingual

Data Sources

Database Schemas

Don't have an XSD schema.
2009_12_02 Datastructuur RKDtechnical.pdf: matches closely the XML data

2011_06_01 Datastructuur RKDtechnical voorstel.pdf: New database schema (2011_06_01). RKD are restructuring the database. This schema doesn't match the XML data, and doesn't look entirely precise yet. It's a risk for the data migration, but we can't wait for the new schema, so we'll proceed with the old one.

Adlib Correspondence

20110917: Adlib is vendor of the base collection management system

  1. We're starting work on the www.ResearchSpace.org project for the British Museum. One of the tasks is to convert the Rembrandt project database to CIDOC CRM and import it to ResearchSpace. Dominic Oldman (IS Development Manager of BM) sent us some sample records from Rembrandt (attached), and I noticed they are exported from your system: the root is <adlibXML>.
  2. are you involved in the Rembrandt project, or they only use your system?
    • We are involved in the Rembrandt project. We made the UI for the web application and RKD have used our software to create the RKD technical database. The RKD technical database is a database that has been created by the RKD themselves and has been used as the basis for the Rembrandt database. It is currently hosted at the RKD. From our side a programmer has worked on this who has left in the meantime. Ilya has taken over his responsibilities in this project.
  3. could you send us the schema of the Rembrandt XML export?
    • The RKD can send you the data dictionary of the database. Then you can also see if all the tags have translations. Furthermore you can probably access the data through the Adlib API online. The RKD must open their system to allow you access. Using the API you can query the live system and get data out of it (rather than exporting). Technical information on the API can be found on api.adlibsoft.com
  4. would it be possible to export using English tags? (We don't speak Dutch). There are English XML comments in the file (very useful) but the conversion will be more robust if the tags are in English.
    • Sure, but that’s up to the RKD to decide.
  5. does AdLib have conversion/export to some standard format (e.g. LIDO) that can be used by Rembrandt? It would be higher value to BM if we develop an import from a standard format.
    • We do support LIDO for object information and have a standard output format for our Adlib Museum System. But as I already have explained the Rembrandt database has been created by the RKD itself. As such it does not map to LIDO using our Standard XSLT transformation. Again, this is up to the RKD to change this.

RKD Correspondence

RKD is the Rembrandt project technical partner

  • rembrandtdatabase@rkd.nl: your e-mail will be read by several colleagues at RKD working on the project and whoever reads it first, can answer the question.
  • Wietske Donkersloot donkersloot@rkd.nl: Mellon Fellow, Project Manager. T: +31 70-333 9719. On maternity leave from 4-Nov-2011 to 28-Feb-2012
  • Sytske Weidema weidema@rkd.nl: replaces Wietske as project manager
  • Willem ter Velde: will send the data exports
  • Jan Teuben teuben@rkd.nl: application and database manager at RKD, IT manager of Rembrandt Database project (but his time is the most limited)
  • Bert Warmelink warmelink@rkd.nl
  • Reinier van 't Zelfde zelfde@rkd.nl

9/26/2011 Jan Teuben: Last week I got an email reply from Adlib, about your questions for Adlib, forwarded and I'm curious if I could maybe help you if you still have questions regarding the Rembrandt Database project. Let me know if I could help.

Unanswered questions below are marked as
The most urgent need at present is to get the thesauri, else we need to make up values
Next priority is to get the complete data set

Data Stability and Schema

  1. Has the export changed (or will it change) significantly from the attached?
    • Right now the export is the same, but it will change in the future multiple times. Let me explain in more detail: right now the project website is still in beta stage and hosted at Adlib at an old copy of our Adlib application (RKDtechnical). We want to move the website and connect it to the newest version of RKDtechnical. We also want to release version 1.0 later this year and in the future more versions will follow. Together with the website, the Adlib application we build here at RKD is continuously changing, although major changes aren't desirable, because external partners are also working with this application.
      After moving the website, a lot of the export will change already since I made a lot of changes the past six months.
    • Vladimir: We've started intensive work on mapping this to CRM, so Dominic and I need to figure out some strategy regarding future changes
    • Wietske 14 Oct: we have not yet responded to Vladimirs e-mail of October 6, as we are afraid that some of the answers will not only take a lot of time from us, but also from you in the end. This has to do with the fact that our database and website are still undergoing changes, and the information we give you today will be different from what we can give you in a few months time. We have discussed this with Dominic and sent him an overview of our current status and planning yesterday. We will await what comes out of this.
    • Vladimir: I understand the risk, but unfortunately we cannot wait since it's very important for us to ground our technical work on some specific data. The CRM is too abstract to use as a data model for RS, without having an "application profile" over specific data. So don't worry about the upcoming changes, it's up to Dominic and me to figure out some way to accommodate it in RS.
      That's also the reason why I'm in a hurry to get clarifications on the various questions.
  2. Does the older schema (2009_12_02) represent the current XML data, and the newer schema (2011_06_01) your plans for changes?
  3. Can you send me a current export of the same record priref=2926 "De badende Suzanna" ?
    • Please find attached (badendesuzanna_adlibxml.xml)
    • Thanks! I compared the new file you sent against the old one, and the differences are minor (see sec [Record Versions]).
      Also thanks for the other sample 32162 "Portret van Herman Doomer"!
  4. Do you have a schema of the Rembrandt XML export and can you send it?
    • Please find attached. We use multiple schemas, I send you the schemas for page settings and global settings. Schemas for filtering and search aren't necessary I assumed
      GlobalSettings.xml GlobalSettings.xsd PageSettings.xml PageSettings.xsd
    • Thanks for these (GlobalSettings.xml especially is useful since I can see which IIP servers are used, etc).
      But I meant XSD for the data (object record) export, defining all elements and their nesting
  5. If not: we can figure out all tags by looking at a complete set of export files (which we don’t yet have), but if the schema is a bit complicated (e.g. xsd:choice) we can't figure it out
    • send a complete set of export files, and we can figure out all tags on our own

Multi-linguality

  1. Can we assume that all text inside <object_number_RKDtechnical> is in EN,
    except explicitly tagged values such as <value lang="nl-NL" invariant="false">paneel (eikenhout)
    • In the future, yes; right now, no.
      This is a bit of a difficult issue for us. We want to make our data available in at least English and Dutch. Some of our partners will entry data in German or French. The problem is that there are some issues with multilingualism inside Adlib application and also within our own applications. Since only RKDtechnical is somehow multilingual, but other RKD applications like Artists, Persons and Images aren't.
  2. Can we assume that all text outside <object_number_RKDtechnical> is in NL?
    The tag names there are in Dutch.
    • In the future, yes; right now, no.
    • RDF allows to mark a string with a language (e.g. "Badende Susanna"@nl), or not mark it at all.
      Since there are no lang tags on free text fields in your XML, we have two options:
      • Assume EN and NL as outlined above, and as we see it in Susanna.
        That's what we'll do unless Dominic decides otherwise
        • Pro: will allow us to display only one of the fields, in the user's preferred language
        • Cons: the assumption could be wrong
      • OR not put any language
        • Cons: will have to display both language variants, even if they are exact translations. Or pick one at random, and risk the user not being able to read it
  3. Austin Nevin said that you've added EN translations to the NL part, is that true?
    Have you done it with explicitly tagged values, e.g. <value lang="nl-NL">... and <value lang="en-US"> ...
    • My colleague Wietske has added EN translations to the NL parts in the adlibxml example of record priref=2926 "De badende Suzanna". She send these files on the 17th of June to Dominic. See forwarded email. But these files and the translations (between <!-- engelse vertaling -->EN translation) are just for some extra context.
    • Thanks, we already had these and the <!-- EN translations --> were very useful. My question was if there are additional EN variants of free text fields, but you've answered that above

Data Structure

  1. Is your extension inside <object_number_RKDtechnical>?
    Does everything outside this element come from Adlib's standard system?
  2. What to do when the same piece of data is in both parts (inside and outside <object_number_RKDtechnical>) ?
    If the data is always consistent, then we can combine (when multiple values are appropriate) or pick one (when a single value is needed). E.g.:
    • The reason that some information is repeated in the export, has to do with the fact that for The Rembrandt Database we combine data from two databases (RKDimages and RKDtechnical). RKDimages is a database for very elaborate art historical data and RKDtechnical is a database for metadata on technical documentation on works of art. To identify a specific work of art to which the technical documentation is related, RKDtechnical also contains brief art historical data, which is a duplication with some information in RKDimages. The two were developed more or less separately in the past, but we want to integrate them in the near future. The brief art historical data in RKDtechnical will be replaced by the much more elaborate data in RKDimages. In the export, you can easily tell which is which, because the RKDtechnical fields are all in English, whereas the RKDimages fields are still only in Dutch. So in the end the values in the Dutch fields will prevail. So if the data in the two fields is not exactly the same, it's best to pick the Dutch fields.
    • This answers my question re single-value fields:
      <hoogte> prevails over <object.size.height>.
    • (No need to say that we also strive to make RKDimages multilingual, but this has large implications for our institution and will take some more time...).
    • Regarding multi-value fields, I think the decision is also clear:
      we'll combine <benaming_kunstwerk> with <title> because one gives the @nl string, and the other the @en string.
  3. If it is useful for you, we could give you a list of all fields in RKDimages which are duplicated in RKDtechnical?
    • No need: we see them, but I'd be obliged if you verify the mapping (in the last column) after we complete it
  4. Regarding <value> with @lang attribute:
    • What is @invariant?
    • Guess we must map such values to a thesaurus?
    • (internal question: should we strip trailing "-US" from lang leaving only "en"?)
  5. Please XML-encode all text. The last XML you sent ([^badendesuzanna-new.xml]) includes bare "&" and similar, and will give us trouble

Image URLs

  1. Where is the filename (or URL) to the main painting image on the IIP server?
    • Rembrandt uses two IIP servers: "RKD" in NL, "NGL" at National Gallery of London:
      GlobalSettings.xml
    • Which server to use is specified with <file.image.location>:

      But "RKD" isDefault, so it's used even when <file.image.location> is not specified.

    • The image name is specified in <file.image>. The AFTER_TREATMENT OVERALL FRONT image is the default (main) image used in thumbnails.
      badendesuzanna-new.xml
  2. Example of complete URL to an image on IIP:
    http://rembrandtdatabase.adlibsoft.com/IIPImageServer/IIPImageServer.exe?FIF=D:/rembrandtdatabase.adlibsoft.com/Images/mh0147_front_nl_2002.tif&HEI=300&CVT=JPEG
    • It is formed as a concatenation of:
      imageServer/@url "?FIF=" imageServer/@filesPath file.image "&HEI=" Height "&CVT=" Format

      where Height and Format are the desired thumbnail size and file format (note that IIP converts TIF to JPEG)

  3. Regarding the xrays and other research images (eg <file.image>= mh0147_front_nl_2002_001.tif): are they available in IIP?
    They are available in exactly the same way
  4. Will we get the deep-zoom images?
    • Wietske: I think the priority is first with the thesauri and the other data, but we could also provide you with sample images concerning the database records that we have send you

Specific Field Questions

  1. <vervaardigd_plaats_land> country/place of making
    How about <toeschrijving>.<land_plaats_anoniem> attribution.city_or_country ?
  2. <iconclass> IconClass classification
    Is IconClass available as an RDF thesaurus? Can we get it?
  3. <plaats> depicted location
    Are you sure that's depicted on the painting? Geertruidenberg is in province North Brabant in south Netherlands
  4. <oorspronkelijke_lijst> original frame or not
    What is this "x"? I guess the field is mandatory and the user didn't know what to enter
  5. <toeschrijving> attribution
    Are these statements about the creator (artist)?
  6. <kwalificatie> attribution qualification
    What is this "of"?
  7. <land_plaats_anoniem> city or country if anonymous
    Is this used only if <naam>="Anoniem"?
  8. <positie_signatuur_ref> position of signature
    Is this some key? How to decode?
  9. <artistiek_verband> type of artistic relation; (excel translation) artistic context
    "Drawn by" does not describe the relation between the reproduction and the original; it simply means de Poorter has drawn the reproduction. What type of relation does this represent?
  10. <collectie_afdrukken> collection print
    What is this "x"? I guess the field is mandatory and the user didn't know what to enter?
  11. <inv.nr._bruikleengever> (MT) inventory number of loan giver
    Is this inv.no of the Rijksmuseum?
    • Wietske:
      'bruikleen' means 'loan' (a work of art lend from one to another institution on a temporary basis)
      'bruikleengever' means 'lender' (the institution lending the work of art to another institution, the borrower)
  12. <bruikleen_naam> (MT) loan name
    Is Rijksmuseum the owner, while Mauritshuis is the curator (care taker)?
    You say "temporary loan", but it seems from the data that it's been like this since 1816
  13. <object_record_number>
    Is this an auxiliary ID that is not used elsewhere?
  14. <title.other_older>
    Combine with <andere_benaming>?
    Notice they are different: one is "Batseba (heette ten onrechte)" i.e. "Bathsheba (was wrong name)", the other "Susanna and the elder"
  15. <whereabouts.name>
    Is this the <collectienaam> of the last effective <collectie>? (<collectie> is multiple while <whereabouts.name> looks single)
    If so, how exactly we define "last effective"? Options:
    • last in XML order. that's what we'll do if no answer
    • empty <einddatum_in_collectie>
    • largest or empty <einddatum_in_collectie>
  16. <whereabouts.city>
    Is this <plaats_collectie_ verblijfplaats> of the last effective <collectie>?
  17. <link_documentation_record.lref>
    Does this relate to any record ID, or some other key?
  18. <reference_image.front>
    What is this "x"? Only if front_back=FRONT?
  19. <reference_image.back>
    What is this "x"? Only if front_back=BACK?
  20. <file.application> file.application
    Dominic: HTML-escaped fragment including a Flash and a link with URL and many other attributes. Can we trust this HTML and embed it directly into the GUI? Is Flash allowed?
  21. <sample.location.vert>, <sample.location.hor>
    Are these in CM? Are they used only if <object.shape> is Rectangle?
  22. what is meant by begindatum_lijst and end datum_lijst? - period of creation?
  23. what is meant by bronnen? - bibliographical references?
    1. what kinds can be the references? standaardbron (reference publication) is apparently just one option
      further the value of this item gives the Name of the Author and the span of his life what does it mean?
      are all the data like this?
  24. what is meant by collection? (in the example begindatum, enddatum in collection ???)
  25. what is meant by <plaats> depicted location
  26. is there actually an owner of the painting, for instance is the current collection of the painting considered as its owner? or we are in a situation of custody and loaning for all collections?

Sample Record Analysis

  • We are working with a sample record about Susanna Bathing, an important painting created by Rembrandt in 1636 that is at Mauritshuis, The Hague. Susanna, who is just about to bathe, is accosted by two elders (barely visible at the back right) who are hiding in the shrubbery and tried to force Susanna to give herself to them. The owner of the painting is Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. They currently have the following related painting on place
  • In 1637 Rembrandt created Susanna and the Elders that is Gemäldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen, Berlin. Here the two old men step forward, and their indecent intentions are obvious. This is an apocryphal biblical story (text added to the Book of Daniel) that's painted by at least 7 other classic masters (Van Dyck, Tintoretto, etc)
  • In 1654 Rembrandt created by Bathing Bathsheba (Batsheba, Batseba) that is at Musée du Louvre, Paris. It is based on a similar biblical story about Kind David raping another bathing woman. These paintings are sometimes confused, and looking at the similarities in the paintings it is easy to imagine why. Eg our record about Susanna Bathing says:
    • <andere_benaming> other/former title: "Bathsheba (was wrong name)"
    • a collection remark: "the Hague 18-05-1768 (Lugt 1683), nr. 12: '(FR) A Bathsheba, with a bath, raped by David'...

Not to go too deep into it, but you get the idea that art attribution and research is a complicated and sometimes confusing affair

Full Sample Record

I've simplified the XML sample record to a table for easier comprehension, by using (all hail!) Emacs and these commands:

key command from to explanation
M-% query-replace </.*?>   remove closing tags
C-u C-x C-o my-delete-blank-lines     remove empty lines
M-% query-replace >< > < add a space here: <empty-tag/><!-- English comment>
M-= query-replace-regexp \^(TAB*) \,(format "%dTAB%s" (length \1) (make-string (length \1) ?-)) replace leading tabs with N (tag level) and leading dashes (to conserve space while still showing the hierarchy)
M-= query-replace-regexp >(.*)(<\!*{*}-\- (.-*) \->) > \3TAB\1 move English comment right after the tag, put element content in new column
M-= query-replace-regexp >([^ &#124;&#124;&#124;&#124;&#124;&#124;&#124;\||]) >TAB\1 put remaining element contents in new column

rdb-sample.xls

Reduced Sample Record

I've reduced the sample by leaving only 1 instance of each element. In many cases I merged elements so the remaining one has all possible sub-elements (which may lead to non-sensical data, eg begindatum_in_collectie>einddatum_in_collectie).
This can be used as the frame on which to discuss and later describe the CRM mapping
rdb-sample-reduced.xls

n <tag> translation (MT=MS Excel translator) content translated content Turtle comment
0 <adlibXML> adlibXML
1  <recordList> recordList
2   <record priref="2926" selected="False"> record obj: a E22.Man-Made_Object; Where is the main image of the painting? Will we get it?
3    <priref> priref 2926   P48F.has_preffered_identifier same as ../@priref
3    <benaming_kunstwerk> object title De badende Suzanna De badende Suzanna no lang. We assume Dutch
3    <andere_benaming> other/former title Batseba (heette ten onrechte) Bathsheba (was wrong name) no lang. multiple (in fact many fields are multiple).
3    <opmerking_titel> remark on title Dit is een testopmerking om te kijken hoe het overkomt in The Rembrandt Database This is a test comment to see how it happens in The Rembrandt database
3    <datering> date 1636 1636
3    <opmerking_datering> remark on dating Het laatste cijfer van het jaartal in de signatuur is gezet op een smalle later aangezette strook. Toch moet 1636 wel de juiste datering zijn daar een gesigneerde getekende copie door Willem de Poorter 1636 gedateerd is. The last digit of the year in the signature put on a narrow strip is applied later. However, 1636 is the right dating since an autographed copy drawn by Willem de Poorter is dated 1636.
3    <vervaardigd_plaats_land> country/place of making Amsterdam Amsterdam How about <toeschrijving>.<land_plaats_anoniem> attribution.city_or_country ?
3    <opmerking_verv_plaats_land> remark on country/place of making Ook weer even checken hoe dit overkomt Just check out how this happens again
3    <vorm> shape staande rechthoek vertical rectangle
3    <breedte> width 38,6 38,6 comma is not xsd:decimal syntax
3    <hoogte> height 47,2 47,2 comma is not xsd:decimal syntax
3    <eenheid> unit cm cm map to QUDT: URL http://data.nasa.gov/qudt/owl/unit#Centimeter, download from http://www.qudt.org/qudt/owl/1.0.0/, documented at http://www.qudt.org/qudt/owl/1.0.0/unit/Instances.html#Centimeter
3    <opm._afmetingen> remark on dimensions Rechts is op een later tijdstip een smalle strook aangezet die aan de bovenkant 4,6 cm en aan de onderkant 4,1 cm breed is. Oorspronkelijk was de voorstelling aan de bovenkant in een boogvorm geschilderd. De voorstelling werd op een later tijdstip in de zwikken aangevuld. cf. lit.: Noble, Van Loon (2005) Is right at a later date that turned on a narrow strip at the bottom to the top 4.6 cm and 4.1 cm wide. Originally the presentation to the top in painted form an arc. The performance was supplemented at a later time in the zwikken. CF. lit.: Noble, Van Loon (2005)
3    <drager> support paneel (eikenhout) Panel (oak wood)
3    <materiaal> medium/technique olieverf oil paint
3    <opm._materiaal_techniek> remark on support & medium/technique Hier ook even een testopmerking in verband met de ontwikkeling van de website Also just a test comment here in connection with the development of the website
3    <opdrachtgever> client/commissioner Dat weten we niet maar wel even controleren of dit veld getoond wordt, achter de komma Be sure that we do not know but this field is shown, to the right of the decimal point
3    <opmerking_opdrachtgever> remark on client/commissioner Weer een hoop onzin hier ivm testen Again a lot of nonsense here about testing
3    <iconclass> IconClass classification see confluence for info. Is IconClass avail as an RDF thesaurus? Need to map to URI (Resolve against IconClass)
4     <iconclass_code> iconclass code 71P412 71P412 may be alphanumeric, or include text in parens with spaces e.g. "11 H (JEROME) 51"
4     <iconclass_tekst> iconclass text Susanna bathing, usually in or near a fountain and sometimes accompanied by two female servants Susanna bathing, usually in or near a fountain and sometimes accompanied by two female servants
3    <RKD_algemene_trefwoorden> RKD keywords oude testament & apocriefen Old Testament & Apocryphal HTML unescape.
3    <opmerking_onderwerp> remark on object's subject Even een testopmerking Just a test comment
3    <plaats> depicted location Geertruidenberg Geertruidenberg Are you sure that's depicted on the painting? This is in province North Brabant in south Netherlands
3    <lijstmateriaal> material of frame hout, gestoken en verguld wood, and gold plated
3    <opm._lijst> remark on frame Dit is een testopmerking voor The Rembrandt Database This is a test note for The Rembrandt database
3    <naam_lijstenmaker> name of frame maker Willem de Vries Willem de Vries
3    <begindatum_lijst> dating of frame: begin date 1730 1730
3    <einddatum_lijst> dating of frame: begin date 1735 1735
3    <opm._datering_lijst> remark on frame dating Testopmerking; allemaal onzin is dit Test Comment; This is all nonsense
3    <oorspronkelijke_lijst> original frame or not x x what is this? I guess the field is mandatory and the user didn't know what to enter
3    <literatuur> literature K. Bauch, Rembrandt Gemälde, Berlijn 1966, nr. 18 K. Bauch, Rembrandt Gemälde, Berlijn 1966, nr. 18
3    <toeschrijving> attribution Are these statements about the creator? I.e. Attribute_Assignment for the Production.performed_by Person
4     <naam> artist name Rembrandt Rembrandt
4     <bron> attribution source Bredius, A. Bredius, A.
4     <datum_toeschrijving> attribution date 1935 1935
4     <kwalificatie> attribution qualification of of What is this?
4     <land_plaats_anoniem> city or country if anonymous Amsterdam Amsterdam Lookup in which thesaurus? So this is used only if <naam>=Anoniem
4     <opmerking_toeschrijving> remark on attribution Deze toeschrijving is onzin, maar ik moest toch wat invullen om te kijken of alle velden uit RKDimages op de juiste manier verschijnen in The Rembrandt Database. Ik wil ook eens kijken hoe het eruit ziet met een heeeeeeeeeeeele lange opmerking. (repeated 5 times) This attribution is nonsense, but I had to fill out a bit to see if all the fields from RKDimages appear correctly in The Rembrandt database. I would also like to look at how it looks with a heeeeeeeeeeeele long comment. (repeated 5 times)
3    <signatuur> signature
4     <transscriptie_signatuur> signature transcription Rembr[ant f]/f163[6] Rembr[ant f]/f163[6]
4     <soort_signatuur> type of signature gesigneerd en gedateerd signed and dated
4     <positie_signatuur_ref> position of signature 13 13 is this a FK? how to decode?
4     <opm._signatuur> remark on signature [ant f] en [6] op later toegevoegde strook [ant f] and [6] on strip added later
3    <artistiek> artistic relation with other object reproduction by Rembrandt's pupil de Poorter, from which the original was dated (see <date.remark>)
4     <beschrijving_verband> description of artistic relation; (MT) link description tekening gemonogrammeerd: W.D.P./f.1636, in de verzameling van de Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Kupferstichkabinett monogramme on drawing: W.D.P:/f.1636., in the collection of the State Museum of Berlin - print room
4     <artistiek_verband> type of artistic relation; (MT) artistic context getekend door designed/drawn/signed by Is this relation or context? What type of relation? "Drawn by" does not describe the relation between the reproduction and the original; it simply means de Poorter has drawn the reproduction
4     <kunstenaar_art_verb> artist of related object Poorter, Willem de Poorter, Willem de
3    <bronnen> references
4     <standaardbron> reference publication Hofstede de Groot 1907-1928 Hofstede de Groot 1907-1928
4     <standaardbron_deel_pagina> volume and pages in reference publication dl. 6, nr. 57 dl. 6, nr. 57
4     <standaardbron_opmerking /> remark on reference publication empty element
3    <collectie> collection
4     <begindatum_in_collectie> date the object entered the collection 1816 1816
4     <einddatum_in_collectie> date the object left the collection 2011/01/01 2011/01/01 not quite xsd:date syntax
4     <catalogusnummer> catalog number 147 147 of the <collectienaam>
4     <collectie_afdrukken> collection print x x what is this? I guess the field is mandatory and the user didn't know what to enter
4     <opm._verblijfplaats> collection remark Veilingcatalogus Den Haag 18-05-1768 (Lugt 1683), nr. 12: 'Une Batseba, auprès d'un bain,epiée par David; par le même [Rembrant]. B[ois]. Hau. 18 Pou. Lar. 15 Pou [=46,8 x 39 cm]'. Totale collectie G. van Slingelandt echter voor de veiling en voor 1-3-1768 aan Willem V verkocht voor ƒ 50000,-: cf. B.W.F. van Riemsdijk, 'Schilderijen-kabinetten in de XVIIIe eeuw', Oud-Holland 10 (1892), p. 219-237 Auction catalogue the Hague 18-05-1768 (Lugt 1683), nr. 12: '(FR) A Bathsheba, with a bath, raped by David; by the same [Rembrant]. B [ois]. Hau. 18 Pou. Lar. 15 Pou [= 46.8 x 39 cm] '. However, the total collection g. van Slingelandt and auction for 1-3-1768 to William V sold for NLG 50000,-: cf. B.W.F. van Riemsdijk, ' paintings-cabinets in the XVIIIth century ', Oud-Holland 10 (1892), p. 219-237
4     <inv.nr._bruikleengever> (MT) inventory number of loan giver 23 (mochten ze willen!) Dit is dus ook een testopmerking "23 (if they want!) So this is also a test comment" Is this inv.no of the Rijksmuseum?
4     <bruikleen_naam> (MT) loan name Rijksmuseum Rijksmuseum Is Rijksmuseum the owner, while Mauritshuis is the curator (care taker)? If not, what is the situation?
4     <bruikleen_plaats> (MT) loan place Amsterdam Amsterdam
4     <collectienaam> collection name Koninklijk Kabinet van Schilderijen Mauritshuis Royal Cabinet of Paintings Mauritshuis
4     <soort_collectie_verblijfplaats> collection type particuliere collectie private collection
4     <plaats_collectie_verblijfplaats> collection location Den Haag Den Haag
3    <veiling> auction
4     <begindatum_veiling> auction date start 1758/05/23 1758/05/23 not xsd:date
4     <einddatum_veiling> auction date end 1758/05/23 1758/05/23 not xsd:date
4     <veilingtitel> auction title Collectie Snijers Collectie Snijers
4     <veilinghuis_zc_nw> auction house veilinghuis onbekend unknown auction house
4     <veilingplaats_zc_nw> auction location Antwerpen Antwerpen
4     <inbrenger> seller P.J. Snijers P.J. Snijers
4     <lotnummer> lot number 15 15
4     <naam_koper> buyer Fierens Fierens
4     <opm._veiling_zonder_code> remark on auction (Lugt 1008) '15 Een zeer schoon Kabinet-stukxken, Verbeeldende Susanna aen de Fonteyne in den Hof, met eenen Boef die doôr het hout ziet, doôr Rymbrant van Ryn; hoog 18 duym, breed 15 [=46,8 x 39 cm]'. (Lugt 1008) 15 is a very clean Cabinet little piece, a representative Susanna at the Fountain in the Court with the Crook, by Rembrandt van Rijn; 18 inch high, 15 inch wide [= 46.8 x 39 cm] '.
4     <bedrag> amount of money 157 157
4     <bron_bedrag> source where amount of money has been listed annotatie in exemplaar van de veilingcatalogus in de bibliotheek van het RKD annotation in copy of the auction catalogue in the library of the RKD
4     <munt> monetary unit HFL HFL Holland Florin (currency of the Netherlands; old style)
3    <tentoonstellingen> exhibitions
4     <pag._cat.nr.> page and catalogue number pp. 196-199 cat.nr. 25 pp. 196-199 cat.nr. 25
4     <begindatum_tentoonstelling> exhibition start date 1991-09-12 1991-09-12
4     <einddatum_tentoonstelling> exhibition end date 1991-11-10 1991-11-10
4     <instelling_tentoonstelling /> institution where exhibition takes place
4     <titel_tentoonstelling> exhibition title Rembrandt: De meester & zijn werkplaats - schilderijen Rembrandt: De meester & zijn werkplaats - schilderijen
4     <plaats_tentoonstelling> place of exhibition Berlijn Berlijn
3    <object_number_RKDtechnical> RKD database Many elements match NL elements above. If multi-value: combine, if single-value: NL element wins over EN element
4     <object_record_number> object_record_number 1242 1242 Is this an auxiliary ID that is not used elsewhere?
4     <title> title Susanna Susanna combine with <benaming_kunstwerk>? No lang, do we assume English
4     <title.other_older> title.other_older Susanna and the elder Susanna and the elder combine with <andere_benaming>? Notice they don't say the same!
4     <date> date 1636 (dated) 1636 (dated) not pure date, but can extract year like Europeana does
4     <date.remark> date.remark The last digit of the year in the dating is on a later added strip. The dating is known to be 1636 because a signed drawn copy of the painting by Willem de Poorter is dated in this year. The last digit of the year in the dating is on a later added strip. The dating is known to be 1636 because a signed drawn copy of the painting by Willem de Poorter is dated in this year. Combine with <opmerking_datering>
4     <object.shape><value> object.shape vertical rectangle vertical rectangle multiple <value> with lang. Use <vorm> not this
4     <object.size.height> object.size.height 47.4 47.4 use <hoogte> not this. Small discrepancy
4     <object.size.width> object.size.width 38.6 38.6 use <breedte> not this
4     <object.size.unit><value lang="neutral"> object.size.unit CM CM use <eenheid> not this
4     <object.shape.remark> object.shape.remark At a later date a strip was added to the right of the painting. The strip measures 4.6 cm at the top and 4.1 cm at the bottom. Originally the painting was arch shaped at the top; the top corners were added at a later date. Cit.lit.: Noble, Van Loon (2005). At a later date a strip was added to the right of the painting. The strip measures 4.6 cm at the top and 4.1 cm at the bottom. Originally the painting was arch shaped at the top; the top corners were added at a later date. Cit.lit.: Noble, Van Loon (2005). Combine with <opm._afmetingen>
4     <object.support><value> object.support panel (oak) panel (oak) multiple <value @lang>.
What is @invariant?
Must strip trailer "-US" from lang?
Must map to thesaurus?
Use this not <drager>, since this is bilingual?
4     <object.technique><value> object.technique oil paint oil paint multiple <value> with lang. Use this not <materiaal>?
4     <whereabouts.city><value> whereabouts.city The Hague The Hague multiple <value> with lang. Is this <plaats_collectie_ verblijfplaats> of the last effective <collectie>?
4     <whereabouts.name><value> whereabouts.name Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis multiple <value> with lang. Is this from the last effective <collectie>?
4     <whereabouts.inv_number> whereabouts.inv_number 147 147 use <catalogusnummer> not this
4     <literature> literature A.B. de Vries, M. Tóth-Ubbens, W. Froentjes, Rembrandt in the  Mauritshuis, Alphen aan de Rijn 1978, p. 121-125 A.B. de Vries, M. Tóth-Ubbens, W. Froentjes, Rembrandt in the  Mauritshuis, Alphen aan de Rijn 1978, p. 121-125 combine with <literatuur>
4     <attribution.name> attribution.name Rembrandt Rembrandt use <toeschrijving>.<naam> not this
4     <link_research_record> link_research_record research related to the object
5      <link_documentation_record.lref> link_documentation_record.lref 3331 3331 multiple. Does this relate to any record's ID? Probably not!
5      <research.type><value> research.type X-radiography X-radiography multiple <value> with lang
5      <research.researcher><value> research.researcher Vries, A.B. de Vries, A.B. de
5      <research.date_begin> research.date_begin 2002-02 2002-02 xsd:date (yyyy or yyyy-mm or yyyy-mm-dd)
5      <research.date_end> research.date_end 2002-10 2002-10
5      <research.reason_objective><value> research.reason_objective cat. 'Rembrandt in the Mauritshuis', 1978 cat. 'Rembrandt in the Mauritshuis', 1978
5      <link_documentation_record> link_documentation_record documents associated with (or produced as result of) the research
6       <doc.type><value> doc.type X-ray film X-ray film
6       <doc.creation_date> doc.creation_date 1978 1978 yyyy or yyyy-mm-dd
6       <doc.creator><value> doc.creator Noble, P. Noble, P.
6       <doc.size.height> doc.size.height 40 40 (!) Applies to all <link_file_record> within the same <link_documentation_record> (i.e. several X-ray images or 35mm films have the same size)
6       <doc.size.width> doc.size.width 30 30
6       <doc.size.unit><value lang="neutral"> doc.size.unit CM CM
6       <doc.whereabouts><value> doc.whereabouts Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis
6       <doc.whereabouts.location> doc.whereabouts.location restauratieatelier restoration workshop
6       <link_file_record> link_file_record
7        <file_record_number> file_record_number 174 174
7        <file.image> file.image mh0147_xray002_1978.tif mh0147_xray002_1978.tif
7        <file.image.location><value lang="neutral"> file.image.location RKD RKD
7        <file.spec.object_status><value lang="neutral"> file.spec.object_status AFTER_TREATMENT AFTER_TREATMENT BEFORE_TREATMENT, DURING_TREATMENT, AFTER_TREATMENT
7        <file.spec.overall_detail><value lang="neutral"> file.spec.overall_detail OVERALL OVERALL OVERALL, DETAIL. Create E46.Section_Definition over the painting?
7        <file.spec.front_back><value lang="neutral"> file.spec.front_back FRONT FRONT FRONT, BACK
7        <reference_image.front> reference_image.front x x what is this? Only if front_back=FRONT
7        <reference_image.back> reference_image.back x x what is this? Only if front_back=BACK
7        <file.application> file.application http://mac.mellon.org/issues-in-conservation-documentation/Rembrandt%20Database%202-23-09.pdf http://mac.mellon.org/issues-in-conservation-documentation/Rembrandt%20Database%202-23-09.pdf a URL
7        <file.application> file.application <a title="View mh0147_x06 on Scribd" href="http://www.scribd.com/doc/27881438/mh0147-x06" style="margin: 12px auto 6px auto; font-family: Helvetica,Arial,Sans-serif; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: normal; font-size: 14px; line-height: normal; font-size-adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; -x-system-font: none; display: block; text-decoration: underline;">mh0147_x06</a> <object id="doc_595718486220207" name="doc_595718486220207" height="600" width="100%" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="http://d1.scribdassets.com/ScribdViewer.swf" style="outline:none;" ><param name="movie" value="http://d1.scribdassets.com/ScribdViewer.swf"><param name="wmode" value="opaque"> <param name="bgcolor" value="#ffffff"> <param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"> <param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always"> <param name="FlashVars" value="document_id=27881438&access_key=key-3xgfdaa1onek6c7ylm2&page=1&viewMode=list"> <embed id="doc_595718486220207" name="doc_595718486220207" src="http://d1.scribdassets.com/ScribdViewer.swf?document_id=27881438&access_key=key-3xgfdaa1onek6c7ylm2&page=1&viewMode=list" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" height="600" width="100%" wmode="opaque" bgcolor="#ffffff"></embed> </object> <a title="View mh0147_x06 on Scribd" href="http://www.scribd.com/doc/27881438/mh0147-x06" style="margin: 12px auto 6px auto; font-family: Helvetica,Arial,Sans-serif; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: normal; font-size: 14px; line-height: normal; font-size-adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; -x-system-font: none; display: block; text-decoration: underline;">mh0147_x06</a> <object id="doc_595718486220207" name="doc_595718486220207" height="600" width="100%" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="http://d1.scribdassets.com/ScribdViewer.swf" style="outline:none;" ><param name="movie" value="http://d1.scribdassets.com/ScribdViewer.swf"><param name="wmode" value="opaque"> <param name="bgcolor" value="#ffffff"> <param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"> <param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always"> <param name="FlashVars" value="document_id=27881438&access_key=key-3xgfdaa1onek6c7ylm2&page=1&viewMode=list"> <embed id="doc_595718486220207" name="doc_595718486220207" src="http://d1.scribdassets.com/ScribdViewer.swf?document_id=27881438&access_key=key-3xgfdaa1onek6c7ylm2&page=1&viewMode=list" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" height="600" width="100%" wmode="opaque" bgcolor="#ffffff"></embed> </object> HTML-escaped fragment including a Flash and a link with URL and many other attributes. Can we trust this HTML and embed it directly into the GUI? Is Flash allowed?
7        <file.application.location><value lang="neutral"> file.application.location RKD RKD
5      <link_sample_record> link_sample_record only if research.type=<value>sample analysis
6       <sample_record_number> sample_record_number 41 41
6       <sample.type><value> sample.type cross-section cross-section
6       <sample.analytical_technique><value> sample.analytical_technique analytical microscopy analytical microscopy
6       <sample.date> sample.date 2002-03-27 2002-03-27
6       <sample.name_number> sample.name_number 147/1 - 147/19 147/1 - 147/19
6       <sample.reason_sampling><value> sample.reason_sampling see sample forms see sample forms
6       <sample.whereabouts><value> sample.whereabouts Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis
6       <sample.whereabouts.location> sample.whereabouts.location restauratieatelier restoration workshop
6       <sample.location.vert> sample.location.vert 13.2 13.2 Is this CM?
6       <sample.location.vert.start><value lang="neutral"> sample.location.vert.start FROM_BOTTOM FROM_BOTTOM 1. Would be great to generate an Image Annotation? 2. Map to E46 Section Definition? 3. How to put coordinates in E46?
6       <sample.location.hor> sample.location.hor 6 6 Is this CM?
6       <sample.location.hor.start><value lang="neutral"> sample.location.hor.start FROM_LEFT FROM_LEFT What to do if <object.shape> is not Rectangle?
6       <link_documentation_record.lref> link_documentation_record.lref 3456 3456 Does this relate to any record ID?
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