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1 1 EXAMPLES OF FULL RDA RECORDS (JSC) AUTHORITY RECORDS THESE EXAMPLES REPRESENT A PARTICULAR AGENCY S POLICIES ON THE APPLICATION OF RDA INSTRUCTIONS AND ARE ILLUSTRATIVE NOT PRESCRIPTIVE. THESE EXAMPLES SOMETIMES ILLUSTRATE DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS OF THE INSTRUCTIONS AND SOMETIMES REFLECT THE APPLICATION OF OPTIONAL ADDITIONS TO THE INSTRUCTIONS. SOME OF THE IDENTIFIERS HAVE BEEN DEVISED. SHADED ROWS INDICATE CORE ELEMENTS + INDICATES ELEMENTS WHICH MUST BE INCORPORATED INTO THE AUTHORIZED ACCESS POINT ++ INDICATES ELEMENTS WHICH COULD BE INCORPORATED INTO THE AUTHORIZED ACCESS POINT PERSONAL NAME 1 RDA elements RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED Preferred name for the person + Munro, Alice Variant name for the person Laidlaw, Alice Ann Date of birth Gender female 9.8 Place of birth Wingham, Ont Country associated with the person Canada 9.11 Place of residence Clinton, Ont Affiliation Department of English, University of Western Ontario 9.13 Affiliation University of British Columbia 9.13 Affiliation University of Queensland

2 Language of the person English 9.16 Profession or occupation Short-Story writer 9.17 Biographical information Alice Ann Munro (née Laidlaw) is a Canadian short-story writer and three-time winner of Canada s Governor General Award for English-language fiction. She was born 10 July 1931 in Wingham, Ontario. Married to James Munro in 1951, Alice Munro lived in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C. until her divorce in 1972, when she returned to Ontario to accept the position as Writer-in-Residence at University of Western Ontario. In 1980, Munro held the position of Writer-in-Residence at both University of British Columbia and University of Queensland. She currently lives in Clinton, Ontario. Additional biographical information may be found at Identifier for the person Library and Archives Canada control number: 0101J Identifier for the person Library of Congress control number: n Status of identification fully established 8.12 Source consulted Lives of girls and women, 2005: container (Alice Munro) 8.12 Source consulted The Canadian encyclopedia, via WWW, viewed on June 4, 2008 (Alice Munro, nee Alice Laidlaw, short-story writer, born at Wingham, Ontario, 10 July 1931) 8.12 Source consulted Howells, Coral Ann. Alice Munro, 1998: p. xiii (Alice Ann Laidlaw born 10 July 1931 in Wingham, Ontario; marries James Armstrong Munro, 1951; marriage breaks up, 1973; marries Gerald Fremlin, 1976) 8.12 Source consulted Wikipedia, viewed on June 4, 2008 (Alice Munro; Alice Ann Munro (née Laidlaw); born 10 July 1931 in Wingham, Ontario; Canadian short-story writer)

3 3 Encoded in the MARC 21 format for authority data MARC FIELD TAG MARC FIELD INDICATORS DATA RECORDED 008/10 Descriptive cataloguing rules 008/33 Fixed-length data elements Level of establishment 010 Library of Congress control number 016 National bibliographic agency control number 040 Cataloguing source description conventions 046 Special coded dates Birth date 100 Heading Personal name 370 Associated place Place of birth 370 Associated place Associated country 370 Associated place Place of residence/location of headquarters z a ## $a n ## $a 0101J7510 ## $e rda ## $f # $a Munro, Alice, $d ## $a Wingham, Ont. ## $c Canada ## $e Clinton, Ont. 373 Associated group ## $a Department of English, University of Western Ontario $s Associated group ## $a University of British Columbia $s Associated group ## $a University of Queensland $s Occupation ## $a Short-Story writer 375 Gender ## $a female 377 Associated language ## $a eng

4 4 400 See from tracing Personal name 1# $a Laidlaw, Alice Ann, $d Source data found ## $a Lives of girls and women, 2005: $b container (Alice Munro) 670 Source data found ## $a The Canadian encyclopedia, via WWW, viewed on June 4, 2008 $b (Alice Munro, nee Alice Laidlaw, short-story writer, born at Wingham, Ontario, 10 July 1931) 670 Source data found ## $a Howells, Coral Ann. Alice Munro, 1998: $b pages xiii-xiv (Alice Ann Laidlaw born 10 July 1931 in Wingham, Ontario; marries James Armstrong Munro, 1951; marriage breaks up, 1973; marries Gerald Fremlin, 1976) 670 Source data found ## $a Wikipedia, viewed on June 4, 2008 $b (Alice Munro; Alice Ann Munro (née Laidlaw); born 10 July 1931 in Wingham, Ontario; Canadian short-story writer) $u 678 Biographical or historical data 0# $a Alice Ann Munro (née Laidlaw) is a Canadian short-story writer and three-time winner of Canada s Governor General Award for English-language fiction. She was born 10 July 1931 in Wingham, Ontario. Married to James Munro in 1951, Alice Munro lived in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C. until her divorce in 1972, when she returned to Ontario to accept the position as Writer-in-Residence at University of Western Ontario. In 1980, Munro held the position of Writer-in-Residence at both University of British Columbia and University of Queensland. She currently lives in Clinton, Ontario. Additional biographical information may be found at $u

5 5 PERSONAL NAME 2 RDA elements RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED Preferred name for the person + Mahbey, Judy 9.7 Gender female 9.10 Country associated with the person United States 9.10 Country associated with the person Canada 9.15 Field of activity of the person Acting, Voice-Overs, Drama coaching, Drama teaching 9.18 Identifier for the person Library and Archives Canada control number: 0063G Status of identification fully established 8.12 Source consulted Munro, A. Lives of girls and women, 2005: container (Judy Mahbey) 8.12 Source consulted JIMWIG WWW site, viewed June 4, 2008 (Judy Mahbey; dual citizenship, U.S. and Canada)

6 6 Encoded in the MARC 21 format for authority data MARC FIELD TAG MARC FIELD INDICATORS DATA RECORDED 008/10 Descriptive cataloguing rules 008/33 Fixed-length data elements Level of establishment 016 National bibliographic agency control number 040 Cataloguing source description conventions 100 Heading Personal name 370 Associated place Associated country z a ## $a 0063G5964 ## $e rda 1# $a Mahbey, Judy ## $c Canada $c United States 372 Field of activity ## $a Acting $a Voice-Overs $a Drama coaching $a Drama teaching 375 Gender ## $a female 670 Source data found ## $a Munro, A. Lives of girls and women, 2005: $b container (Judy Mahbey) 670 Source data found ## $a JIMWIG WWW site, viewed June 4, 2008 $b (Judy Mahbey; dual citizenship, U.S. and Canada; actor, voice-over artist, drama coach, acting teacher) $u

7 7 PERSONAL NAME 3 RDA elements RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED Preferred name for the person + Seligman, Lawrie Variant name for the person Seligman, Lawrence 9.7 Gender male 9.11 Place of residence Edmonton, Alta Affiliation National Film Board of Canada 9.13 Affiliation Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 9.15 Field of activity of the person Film editing, Radio and television production, Theatre and opera direction, Cultural program supervision 9.18 Identifier for the person Library and Archives Canada control number: 0082F Status of identification fully established 8.12 Source consulted Munro, A. Lives of girls and women, 2005: tray card (Lawrie Seligman) 8.12 Source consulted BU Alumni Web, viewed June 4, 2008 (Lawrence Lawrie Seligman of Edmonton, Alberta)

8 8 Encoded in the MARC 21 format for authority data MARC FIELD TAG MARC FIELD INDICATORS DATA RECORDED 008/10 Descriptive cataloguing rules 008/33 Fixed-length data elements Level of establishment 016 National bibliographic agency control number 040 Cataloguing source description conventions 100 Heading Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 370 Associated place Place of residence/location of headquarters z a ## $a 0082F7936 ## $e rda 1# $a Seligman, Lawrie 1# $a Seligman, Lawrence ## $e Edmonton, Alta. 372 Field of activity ## $a Film editing $a Radio and television production $a Theatre and opera direction $a Cultural program supervision 373 Associated group ## $a National Film Board of Canada 373 Associated group ## $a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 375 Gender ## $a male 670 Source data found ## $a Munro, A. Lives of girls and women, 2005: $b tray card (Lawrie Seligman) 670 Source data found ## $a BU Alumni Web, viewed June 4, 2008 $b (Lawrence Lawrie Seligman of Edmonton, Alberta; cultural program supervisor for Spruce Grove, a small city west of Edmonton; previously he was a film editor at the National Film Board of Canada, a radio and television producer for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and a theater and opera director) $u

9 9

10 10 PERSONAL NAME 4 RDA elements RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED Preferred name for the person + Fraser, Ruth 9.7 Gender female 9.18 Identifier for the person Library and Archives Canada control number: 0009C Identifier for the person Library of Congress control number: no Status of identification fully established 8.12 Source consulted Munro, A. Lives of girls and women, 2005: tray card (Ruth Fraser)

11 11 Encoded in the MARC 21 format for authority data MARC FIELD TAG MARC FIELD INDICATORS DATA RECORDED 008/10 Descriptive cataloguing rules 008/33 Fixed-length data elements Level of establishment 040 Cataloguing source description conventions 010 Library of Congress control number 016 National bibliographic agency control number z a ## $e rda ## $a no ## $a 0009C Heading Personal name 1# $a Fraser, Ruth 375 Gender ## $a female 670 Source data found ## $a Munro, A. Lives of girls and women, 2005: $b tray card (Ruth Fraser)

12 12 PERSONAL NAME 5 RDA elements RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED Preferred name for the person + Wagers, Eric 9.7 Gender male 9.15 Field of activity of the person Recording engineering 9.18 Identifier for the person Library and Archives Canada control number: 0082S Status of identification fully established 8.12 Source consulted Munro, A. Lives of girls and women, 2005: tray card (Recording engineer, Eric Wagers) Encoded in the MARC 21 format for authority data MARC FIELD TAG MARC FIELD INDICATORS DATA RECORDED 008/10 Descriptive cataloguing rules 008/33 Fixed-length data elements Level of establishment 016 National bibliographic agency control number 040 Cataloguing source description conventions z a ## $a 0082S3692 ## $e rda 100 Heading Personal name 1# $a Wagers, Eric 372 Field of activity ## $a Recording engineering

13 Gender ## $a male 670 Source data found ## $a Munro, A. Lives of girls and women, 2005: $b tray card (Recording engineer, Eric Wagers)

14 14 PERSONAL NAME 6 RDA elements RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED Preferred name for the person + Coetzee, J. M Variant name for the person Coetzee, John Maxwell Variant name for the person Кутзее, Дж. М Variant name for the person Кутзее, Джон Максвелл Variant name for the person Kutzee, Dzh. M Variant name for the person Kutzee, Dzhon Maksvell Date of birth Fuller form of name ++ John Maxwell 9.7 Gender male 9.8 Place of birth Cape Town, South Africa 9.11 Place of residence Australia 9.13 Affiliation University of Cape Town 9.14 Language of the person English 9.16 Profession or occupation Writer, Literature professor 9.17 Biographical information Coetzee is an author and academic who was born in Cape Town, South Africa. From 1968 to 2000, he taught at the University of Cape Town and also at universities in the United States. He emigrated to Australia in He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in Additional biographical information may be found at and at Identifier for the person Library of Congress control number: n Status of identification fully established 8.12 Source consulted In the heart of the country, 1977: title page (J.M. Coetzee) 8.12 Source consulted Медленный человек, 2006: title page (Дж.М. Кутзее)

15 Source consulted Wikipedia, December 3, 2007 (John Maxwell J.M. Coetzee; born 9 February 1940) Russian site (Джон Максвелл Кутзее) Source consulted Nobel Foundation WWW site, viewed December 3, 2007 (J.M. Coetzee; John Maxwell Coetzee; born in Cape Town, South Africa, 9 February 1940)

16 16 Encoded in the MARC 21 format for authority data MARC FIELD TAG MARC FIELD INDICATORS DATA RECORDED 008/10 Descriptive cataloguing rules 008/33 Fixed-length data elements Level of establishment 010 Library of Congress control number 040 Cataloguing source description conventions 046 Special coded dates Birth date 100 Heading Personal name 370 Associated place Place of birth 370 Associated place Associated country z a ## $a n ## $e rda ## $f # $a Coetzee, J. M., $d ## $a Cape Town, South Africa ## $c Australia $s Associated group ## $a University of Cape Town $s 1968 $t Occupation ## $a Writer $a Literature professor 375 Gender ## $a male 377 Associated language ## $a eng 378 Fuller form of personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name ## $q John Maxwell 1# $a Coetzee, John Maxwell, $d # $a Кутзее, Дж. М., $d 1940-

17 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 1# $a Кутзее, Джон Максвелл, $d # $a Kutzee, Dzh. M., $d # $a Kutzee, Dzhon Maksvell, $d Source data found ## $a In the heart of the country, 1977: $b title page (J.M. Coetzee) 670 Source data found ## $a Медленный человек, 2006: $b title page (Дж. М. Кутзее) 670 Source data found ## $a Wikipedia, December 3, 2007 $b (John Maxwell J.M. Coetzee; born 9 February 1940) Russian site (Джон Максвелл Кутзее) $u 670 Source data found ## $a Nobel Foundation WWW site, viewed December 3, 2007 $b (J.M. Coetzee; John Maxwell Coetzee; born in Cape Town, South Africa, 9 February 1940) $u 678 Biographical or historical data 0# $a Coetzee is an author and academic who was born in Cape Town, South Africa on February 9, From 1968 to 2000, he taught at the University of Cape Town and also at universities in the United States. He emigrated to Australia in He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in Additional biographical information may be found at $u $a and at $u

18 18 PERSONAL NAME 7 RDA elements RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED Preferred name for the person + Benedict XVI Variant name for the person Ratzinger, Joseph Variant name for the person Ratzinger, Josephus Variant name for the person Benedictus XVI Variant name for the person Benedikt XVI Variant name for the person Benedicto XVI Variant name for the person Benoît XVI Variant name for the person Benedetto XVI Variant name for the person Bento XVI Date of birth Title of the person + Pope 9.7 Gender male 9.8 Place of birth Marktl am Inn, Germany 9.17 Biographical information Joseph Alois Ratzinger was born on April 16, 1927, in the Bavarian village of Marktl am Inn. German law compelled Ratzinger to join the Hitler Youth when he turned 14; he refused to attend the meetings, however, and set his sights on entering the seminary. Shortly after the war, Joseph and his brother Georg entered Saint Michael Seminary in Traunstein, and they then studied at the Ducal Georgianum of the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich. On June 29, 1951, they were ordained into the priesthood. In 1977 he was consecrated as the archbishop of Munich and Freising; later that year Pope Paul VI named him a cardinal. On November 25, 1981, Pope John Paul II appointed him prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. In assuming his new post, Cardinal Ratzinger resigned the Munich archdiocese in early 1982 and became cardinal bishop of Velletri-Segni in In 1998 he became vice-dean of the College of Cardinals and in 2002 dean. He was elected by his fellow cardinals on April 19, 2005, as the 264th successor to St. Peter, the apostle of Jesus Christ, first bishop of Rome, and first pope. The new pope took the name Benedict XVI

19 Identifier for the person Library of Congress control number: n Related corporate body 1 Catholic Church. Pope (2005- : Benedict XVI) 32.1 Related corporate body 2 Library of Congress control number: n Status of identification fully established 8.12 Source consulted Die Geschichtstheologie des heiligen Bonaventura, 1959: title page (Dr. Joseph Ratzinger) 8.12 Source consulted Faith, philosophy, and theology, 1985: title page (Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger) introduction (Cardinal Ratzinger) 8.12 Source consulted Vatican WWW site, April 20, 2005 (habemus Papam... Josephum... Cardinalem Ratzinger, qui sibi nomen imposuit Benedictum XVI; Benedikt XVI; Benedict XVI; Benedicto XVI; Benoît XVI; Benedetto XVI; Bento XVI) 8.12 Source consulted Encyclopædia Britannica online, June 4, 2008 (Benedict XVI, Pope; Joseph Alois Ratzinger, born April 16, 1927; Joseph Ratzinger was elected by his fellow cardinals on April 19, 2005 and took the name Benedict XVI) 1 Related corporate body recorded using an authorized access point 2 Related corporate body recorded using an identifier

20 20 Encoded in the MARC 21 format for authority data MARC FIELD TAG MARC FIELD INDICATORS DATA RECORDED 008/10 Descriptive cataloguing rules 008/33 Fixed-length data elements Level of establishment 010 Library of Congress control number 040 Cataloguing source description conventions 046 Special coded dates Birth date 100 Heading Personal name 370 Associated place Place of birth z a ## $a n ## $e rda ## $f # $a Benedict $b XVI, $c Pope, $d ## $a Marktl am Inn, Germany 375 Gender ## $a male 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 1# $a Ratzinger, Joseph, $d # $a Ratzinger, Josephus, $d # $a Benedictus $b XVI, $c Pope, $d # $a Benedikt $b XVI, $c Pope, $d # $a Benedicto $b XVI, $c Pope, $d # $a Benoît $b XVI, $c Pope, $d # $a Benedetto $b XVI, $c Pope, $d 1927-

21 See from tracing Personal name 510 See also from tracing Corporate name 0# $a Bento $b XVI, $c Pope, $d # $a Catholic Church. $b Pope (2005- : Benedict XVI) $0 (DLC)n Source data found ## $a Die Geschichtstheologie des heiligen Bonaventura, 1959: $b title page (Dr. Joseph Ratzinger) 670 Source data found ## $a Faith, philosophy, and theology, 1985: $b title page (Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger) introduction (Cardinal Ratzinger) 670 Source data found ## $a Vatican WWW site, April 20, 2005 $b (habemus Papam... Josephum... Cardinalem Ratzinger, qui sibi nomen imposuit Benedictum XVI; Benedikt XVI; Benedict XVI; Benedicto XVI; Benoît XVI; Benedetto XVI; Bento XVI) 670 Source data found ## $a Encyclopædia Britannica online, June 4, 2008 $b (Benedict XVI, Pope; Joseph Alois Ratzinger, born April 16, 1927; Joseph Ratzinger was elected by his fellow cardinals on April 19, 2005 and took the name Benedict XVI) 678 Biographical or historical data 0# $a Joseph Alois Ratzinger was born on April 16, 1927, in the Bavarian village of Marktl am Inn. German law compelled Ratzinger to join the Hitler Youth when he turned 14; he refused to attend the meetings, however, and set his sights on entering the seminary. Shortly after the war, Joseph and his brother Georg entered Saint Michael Seminary in Traunstein, and they then studied at the Ducal Georgianum of the Ludwig- Maximilian University of Munich. On June 29, 1951, they were ordained into the priesthood. In 1977 he was consecrated as the archbishop of Munich and Freising; later that year Pope Paul VI named him a cardinal. On November 25, 1981, Pope John Paul II appointed him prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. In assuming his new post, Cardinal Ratzinger resigned the Munich archdiocese in early 1982 and became cardinal bishop of Velletri-Segni in In 1998 he became vice-dean of the College of Cardinals and in 2002 dean. He was elected by his fellow cardinals on April 19, 2005, as the 264th successor to St. Peter, the apostle of Jesus Christ, first bishop of Rome, and first pope. The new pope took the name Benedict XVI.

22 22 FAMILY NAME 1 RDA elements RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED Preferred name for the family + James 10.3 Type of family + Family 10.5 Place associated with the family Prominent member of the family Jamestown, Wash. James, Samuel, Family history Samuel James, his wife Anna Maria (Foxwell) James, and their sons left Cornwall, England, for America in 1842, having emigrated more for political reasons than because of economic hardship. The James family first lived in Wisconsin, but in , they journeyed by wagon train to Oregon. In 1852 they settled at Grand Mound Prairie (later known as Jamestown) on the Chehalis River in Washington, where they prospered for some years. Samuel James and his sons established new homesteads in what is now known as James Rock on Grays Harbor, Washington, in Samuel James died in 1866 and Anna Maria James died in Their descendents continued to live in and around Jamestown, Washington. More detailed biographical information may be found at Identifier for the family Library of Congress control number: no Status of identification fully established 8.12 Source consulted James family papers, (bulk ) 8.12 Source consulted Guide to the James family papers, , via WWW, June 6, Related person 1 James, Samuel, Related person 2 Library of Congress control number: nr Relationship designator progenitor 1 Related person recorded using an authorized access point 2 Related person recorded using an identifier

23 23 Encoded in the MARC 21 format for authority data MARC FIELD TAG MARC FIELD INDICATORS DATA RECORDED 008/10 Descriptive cataloguing rules 008/33 Fixed-length data elements Level of establishment 010 Library of Congress control number 040 Cataloguing source description conventions z a ## $a no $e rda 100 Heading Personal name 3# $a James (Family : $c Jamestown, Wash.) 370 Associated place Place of residence/location of headquarters 376 Family information Type of family 376 Family information Name of prominent member 500 See also from tracing Personal name ## $e Jamestown, Wash. ## $a Family ## $b James, Samuel, # $w r $i Progenitor: $a James, Samuel, $d $0 (DLC)nr Source data found ## $a James family papers, (bulk ) 670 Source data found ## $a Guide to the James family papers, , via WWW, June 6, 2008 $u 678 Biographical or historical data 0# $a Samuel James, his wife Anna Maria (Foxwell) James, and their sons left Cornwall, England, for America in 1842, having emigrated more for political reasons than because of economic hardship. The James family first lived in Wisconsin, but in , they journeyed by wagon train to Oregon. In 1852 they settled at Grand Mound Prairie (later known as Jamestown) on the Chehalis River in Washington, where they prospered for some years. Samuel James and his sons established new homesteads in what is now known as James Rock on Grays Harbor, Washington, in Samuel James died in 1866 and Anna Maria James died in Their descendents continued to live in and around Jamestown, Washington. More detailed biographical information

24 may be found at $u 24

25 25 FAMILY NAME 2 RDA elements RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED Preferred name for the family + Romanov Variant name for the family Romanoff Variant name for the family Romanof Varient name for the family Poмaнов Variant name for the family Ρομανώφ Variant name for the family Romanōph Variant name for the family Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov 10.3 Type of family + Dynasty 10.4 Date associated with family Place associated with the family Russia 10.8 Family history The Romanovs were a dynasty that ruled Russia for three centuries, from 1613 until the Russian Revolution in The Romanovs were descendants of a Moscow aristocrat whose daughter, Anastasia Romanovna, married Russian tsar Ivan IV Vasilyevich (Ivan the Terrible). The children of Anastasia s brother Nikita adopted the name Romanov in honor of their grandfather being the father of a tsarina. Nikita s grandson, Michael, became the first Romanov tsar. The Romanov succession of rule is as follows: Michael (reigned ), Alexis I (r ), Fyodor III (r ), Peter the Great (r ), Catherine I (r ), Peter II (r ), Anna Ivanovna (r ), Ivan VI (r ), Elizabeth (r ), Peter III (r. 1762), Catherine the Great (r ), Paul I (r ), Alexander I (r ), Nicholas I (r ), Alexander II (r ), Alexander III (r ), and Nicholas II (r ) 10.9 Identifier for the family Library of Congress control number: no Status of identification fully established 8.12 Source consulted Romanov collection, (bulk ) 8.12 Source consulted Grey, I. The Romanovs, 1970: preface (Romanov dynasty; 17-20th centuries; Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov elected Tsar in 1613 at age 16)

26 Source consulted Cowles, V. The Romanovs, 1971: page 11 (Romanov dynasty; founded by Michael Feodorovich Romanov) 8.12 Source consulted The tragic dynasty, 1969: title page (Romanovs) page 9 (in 1613 a general assembly of Russians elected Michael Romanov as tsar) 8.12 Source consulted The Romanoffs, Source consulted The last of the Romanofs, Source consulted The Longman companion to Imperial Russia, , 2000: page 28 (Romanov Dynasty, ) 8.12 Source consulted Династия Романовых, Source consulted MSN Encarta online encyclopedia, June 4, 2008 (Romanov, dynasty that ruled Russia for three centuries, from 1613 until the Russian Revolution in 1917) Source consulted Encyclopædia Britannica online, June 4, 2008 (Romanov Dynasty; rulers of Russia from 1613 until the Russian Revolution of February 1917) 8.12 Source consulted Wikipedia, June 4, 2008 (House of Romanov (Рома нов) was the second and last imperial dynasty of Russia, which ruled the country from 1613 to From 1761 to 1917, Russia was ruled for five generations by a line of the House of Oldenburg descended from the marriage of a Romanov grand duchess to the Duke of Holstein- Gottorp. This line was officially also called Romanov, although genealogists sometimes style it, more accurately, Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov) Greek version (Οίκος των Ρομάνοβ (Дом Романовых) ή Ρομανώφ) Russian version (Романовы; Дом Романовых) 30.1 Related person 1 Michael, Czar of Russia, Related person 2 n Relationship designator progenitor 1 Related person recorded using an authorized access point 2 Related person recorded using an identifier

27 27 Encoded in the MARC 21 format for authority data MARC FIELD TAG MARC FIELD INDICATORS DATA RECORDED 008/10 Descriptive cataloguing rules z 008/33 Fixed-length data elements Level of establishment 010 Library of Congress control number 040 Cataloguing source description conventions ## $a no a $e rda 046 Special coded dates ## $s 1613 $t Heading Personal name 3# $a Romanov (Dynasty : ) 370 Associated place Place of residence/location of headquarters 376 Family information Type of family 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 400 See from tracing Personal name 500 See also from tracing personal name ## $e Russia ## $a Dynasty 3# $a Romanoff (Dynasty) 3# $a Romanof (Dynasty) 3# $a Рома нов (Dynasty) 3# $a Ρομανώφ (Dynasty) 3# $a Romanōph (Dynasty) 3# $a Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov (Dynasty) 0# $w r $i Progenitor: $a Michael, $Czar of Russia, $d $0 (DLC) n Source data found ## $a Romanov collection, (bulk )

28 Source data found ## $a Grey, I. The Romanovs, 1970: $b preface (Romanov dynasty; 17-20th centuries; Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov elected Tsar in 1613 at age 16) 670 Source data found ## $a Cowles, V. The Romanovs, 1971: $b page 11 (Romanov dynasty; founded by Michael Feodorovich Romanov) 670 Source data found ## $a The tragic dynasty, 1969: $b title page (Romanovs) page 9 (in 1613 a general assembly of Russians elected Michael Romanov as tsar) 670 Source data found ## $a The Romanoffs, Source data found ## $a The last of the Romanofs, Source data found ## $a The Longman companion to Imperial Russia, , 2000: $b page 28 (Romanov Dynasty, ) 670 Source data found ## $a Династия Романовых, Source data found ## $a MSN Encarta online encyclopedia, June 4, 2008 $b (Romanov, dynasty that ruled Russia for three centuries, from 1613 until the Russian Revolution in 1917) $u 670 Source data found ## $a Encyclopædia Britannica online, June 4, 2008 $b (Romanov Dynasty; rulers of Russia from 1613 until the Russian Revolution of February 1917) 670 Source data found ## $a Wikipedia, June 4, 2008 $b (House of Romanov (Рома нов) was the second and last imperial dynasty of Russia, which ruled the country from 1613 to From 1761 to 1917, Russia was ruled for five generations by a line of the House of Oldenburg descended from the marriage of a Romanov grand duchess to the Duke of Holstein-Gottorp. This line was officially also called Romanov, although genealogists sometimes style it, more accurately, Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov) Greek version (Οίκος των Ρομάνοβ (Дом Романовых) ή Ρομανώφ) Russian version (Романовы; Дом Романовых) 678 Biographical or historical data 0# $a The Romanovs were a dynasty that ruled Russia for three centuries, from 1613 until the Russian Revolution in The Romanovs were descendants of a Moscow aristocrat whose daughter, Anastasia Romanovna, married Russian tsar Ivan IV Vasilyevich (Ivan the Terrible). The children of Anastasia s brother Nikita adopted the name Romanov in honor of their grandfather being the father of a tsarina. Nikita s grandson, Michael, became the first Romanov tsar. The Romanov succession of rule is as follows: Michael (reigned ), Alexis I (r ), Fyodor III (r ), Peter the Great (r ), Catherine I (r ), Peter II (r ), Anna Ivanovna (r ), Ivan VI (r ), Elizabeth (r ), Peter III (r. 1762), Catherine the Great (r ), Paul I (r ), Alexander I (r ), Nicholas I (r ), Alexander II (r ), Alexander III (r ), and Nicholas II (r )

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