Monogram

IRI: http://nomisma.org/ontology#Monogram

Note: A monogram is a symbol made by overlapping or combining of letters or other graphemes.

Examples: Coin has countermark, which is a monogram composed of several letters, adding reference to a picture e.g., via; incorporated in “digital object”/ with format (OCR Dataset), or depicted in an image/ e.g., with image dimensions.

Use case: a.

RDF/XML:
<rdf:Description rdf:about="Coin_1">
  <nmo:hasControlmark>
    <nmo:Monogram>
      <crm:P106_is_composed_of>M</crm:P106_is_composed_of>
      <crm:P106_is_composed_of>A</crm:P106_is_composed_of>
      <crm:P106_is_composed_of>R</crm:P106_is_composed_of>
      <crm:P106_is_composed_of>C</crm:P106_is_composed_of>
    </nmo:Monogram>
  </nmo:hasControlmark>
</rdf:Description>

Use case: b.

Turtle:
:Coin_1 nmo:hasControlmark [ a nmo:Monogram ;
    crm:P106_is_composed_of "C","M" ;
    crm:P165i_is_incorporated_in <http://.../image.format> ;
    foaf:depiction <https://.../image.format&dw=width&dh=height> ] .

<http://.../image.format> a crmdig:D1_Digital_Object ;
                            dcterms:format "image/format" .

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Cite this blog post
zeena (2022, May 1). Monogram. Digital Numismatics . Retrieved May 27, 2024, from https://nomisma.hypotheses.org/2589

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