Identity Tab

Predominant Date

Standard Reference: ISAD(G) 3.1. Format: Free text. Rule: Indicate here if the majority of the records come from a certain period. If there are only one or two records outside the predominant date range, list them individually. Example: 1989-1990; 1973, 1981-1985; 1981-1984, 1990;

Extent of the unit of description

Standard Reference: ISAD(G) 3.1.5 Format: Free text - Controlled vocabulary, drop-down list. Purpose: To identify and describe: a. the physical or logical extent and b. the medium of the unit of description. Rule: For the description of the archival unit, record the linear shelf space or cubic storage space of the unit of description. Record the extent of the unit of description, the sub-fonds, series and folder archival level descriptions, by giving the number of physical or logical units in arabic numerals and the unit of measurement.

Estimated Amount of Carriers

Standard Reference: ISAD(G) 3.1. Format: Free text - Controlled vocabulary, drop-down list. Purpose: To identify and describe: a. the physical or logical extent and b. the carrier of the unit of description. Rule: For the description of the archival unit, record the linear shelf space or cubic storage space of the unit of description. Record the extent of the unit of description, the sub-fonds, series and folder archival level descriptions, by giving the number of physical or logical units in arabic numerals and the unit of measurement.

Estimated Amount of Carriers - Original Language

Standard Reference: ISAD(G) 3.1. Format: Free text - Controlled vocabulary, drop-down list. Purpose: To identify and describe a. the physical or logical extent and b. the carrier of the unit of description. Rule: For the description of the archival unit, record the linear shelf space or cubic storage space of the unit of description. Record the extent of the unit of description, the sub-fonds, series and folder archival level descriptions, by giving the number of physical or logical units in arabic numerals and the unit of measurement.

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Written by Leposa Balázs on Tuesday October 6, 2020 - updated on Wednesday February 17, 2021