Projekt PROVENIO, databáze PROVENIO a zpracování proveniencí v Knihovně Národního muzea
|Keywords||PROVENIO – book provenance – cataloguing – manuscripts – early printed books – history of libraries – ex libris – supralibros – MARC 21|
|Citation||KAŠPAROVÁ, Jaroslava a ŠÍPEK, Richard. Projekt PROVENIO, databáze PROVENIO a zpracování proveniencí v Knihovně Národního muzea. Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae – Historia litterarum. Prague: National Museum, 2013, 58(3-4), 3-14. ISSN 0036-5351. Also available from: https://publikace.nm.cz/en/periodicals/amnphl/58-3-4/projekt-provenio-databaze-provenio-a-zpracovani-provenienci-v-knihovne-narodniho-muzea|
The aim of the PROVENIO Project: The Method of Book Provenance Research, which was initiated by the National Museum Library in 2012, is to create the methodology for the cataloguing of provenance notes and marks in books in the MARC 21 cataloguing format. The article briefly summarises the existing cataloguing recommendations and the basic adjustment and expansion of the MARC 21 cataloguing format, some inspired by the modifications introduced by the CERL, others proposed by the National Museum Library. The cataloguing recommendations concern both the MARC 21 cataloguing format for bibliographic records and modify some of its parts for it to be utilisable also for a detailed description of provenance notes and marks on the one hand, and on the other hand the format for authority data, which has been adjusted and expanded so as to meet the requirements on cataloguing and sufficient characteristics of the owners of books (individuals, families, corporations) and their book collections. Particular attention has been paid to the issues of linking various fields of bibliographic entries related to one particular provenance mark. The article further presents a proposed controlled thesaurus for the cataloguing and description of provenance marks, which has been implemented in cataloguing systems as an authority file.