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700  Added Entry--Personal Name (R)

Input Standards

Required if applicable/Required if applicable
1st Indicator  Type of personal name entry element
0 Forename
1 Surname
3 Family name
2nd Indicator  Undefined
blank character No information provided
2 Analytical entry
Subfields (R=Repeatable  NR=Nonrepeatable) Input Standards
‡a Personal name (NR) Mandatory/Mandatory
‡b Numeration (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡c Titles and other words associated with a name (R) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡d Dates associated with a name (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡e Relator term (R) Optional/Optional
‡f Date of a work (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡g Miscellaneous information (R) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡h Medium (NR) Do not use/Do not use
‡i Relationship information (R) Optional/Optional
‡j Attribution qualifier (R) Optional/Optional
‡k Form subheading (R) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡l Language of a work (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡m Medium of performance for music (R) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡n Number of part/section of a work (R) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡o Arranged statement for music (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡p Name of part/section of a work (R) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡q Fuller form of name (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡r Key for music (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡s Version (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡t Title of a work (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡u Affiliation (NR) Optional/Optional
‡x International Standard Serial Number (NR) Optional/Optional
‡0 Authority record control number or standard number (R) Optional/Optional
‡3 Materials specified (R) Optional/Optional
‡4 Relator code (R) Optional/Optional
‡5 Institution to which field applies (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable

Definition

A personal name used as an access point.

An access point is assigned according to various cataloging guidelines to give access to the bibliographic record from personal names that may not be more appropriately assigned as fields 100, 600, or 800.

For more information about personal names, see Personal Names--General Information. For more information about preferred titles, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

1st Indicator

Type of personal name entry element. For information about the 1st indicator position, see Personal Names--General Information.

 
0

Forename

700   Athor, ‡e interviewee (expression)
 
1

Surname

700 1   Gump, Patricia Lubits, ‡e consultant.
 
3

Family name

700 3   Dungill (Family : ‡d 1894-1999 : ‡c Chicago, Ill.), ‡e editor.

2nd Indicator

Type of added entry. For information about the 2nd indicator position, see Personal Names--General Information.

 
blank character

No information provided

700   Cher, ǂd 1946- ‡e actor.
 
2

Analytical entry

700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Aeschylus. ‡t Agamemnon.

Subfields

 
‡a Personal name

For information about subfield ‡a, see Personal Names--General Information.

700   N. L. ‡q (Nicholas Ling), ‡d active 1580-1607, ‡e bookseller.
700   Yoga Cinmaya, ‡c Swami, ‡e editor.
700   Oliviero, ‡c di Arzignano, ‡e writer of added commentary.
700 1   Vercellensis, Albertinus, ‡d active 1499-1508, ‡e printer.
700 1   Olsen, Bjørnar, ‡e editor.
700 1   Ruffinelli, Venturino, ‡d -1558, ‡e printer.
700 1   Johnson, Scott Fitzgerald, ‡d 1976- ‡e translator.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a May, Brian, ‡d 1947- ‡t Who wants to live forever?
700 1   Possiel, Norman C., ‡e author.
700 3   Haugen (Family : ‡g Haugen, Johannes Jonsson, 1845-1920), ‡e editor.
700 3   Drake (Family : ‡g Drake, Tom Patrick, 1879-1957), ‡e curator.
‡b Numeration

For information about subfield ‡b, see Personal Names--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Petar ‡b I Karađorđević, ‡c King of Serbia, ‡d 1844-1921. ‡t Dnevnik iz bosanskog ustanka 1875-1876.
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Benedict ‡b XIV, ‡c Pope, ‡d 1675-1758. ‡t Sollicitudini Nostrae. ǂl French.
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Constantine ‡b VII Porphyrogenitus, ‡c Emperor of the East, ‡d 905-959. ‡t De administrando imperio. ‡l Russian.
700   Carl ‡b XVI Gustaf, ‡c King of Sweden, ‡d 1946- ‡e speaker.
700   Jan ‡b I, ‡c Duke of Brabant, ‡d 1253-1294, ‡e composer.
‡c Titles and other words associated with a name

For information about subfield ‡c, see Personal Names--General Information.

700   Grigoriĭ, ‡c Hieromonk, ‡d 1962- ‡e editor.
700   Joannes, ‡c Tacuinus, de Tridino, ‡e engraver.
700   Bosone, ‡c da Gubbio, ‡d -approximately 1349.
700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Mary Elizabeth, ‡c Sister. ‡t Call to religious life.
700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Candraśekhara Bhāratī, ‡c Jagadguru Sankaracharya of Sringeri, ‡d 1892-1954. ‡t Vivekacūḍāmaṇivyākhyā.
700 1   Lawrence, Thomas, ‡c Sir, ‡d 1769-1830, ‡e former owner.
700 1   Godfrey, Arthur ‡c (Singer-songwriter), ‡e composer, ‡e performer.
700 1   Ma, Yue ‡c (Mathematician), ‡e author.
700 1   Miller, Lawrence McKeever, ‡c Mrs., ‡e editor.
700 1   Sergeev, N. S. ‡c (Agricultural engineer), ‡e author.
‡d Dates associated with a name

For information about subfield ‡d, see Personal Names--General Information.

700   Clement, ‡c of Alexandria, Saint, ‡d approximately 150-approximately 215, ‡e author.
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Hipponax, ‡d active 540 B.C.-537 B.C. ‡t Fragments. ‡l English.
700 0 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Publilius, ‡c Syrus, ‡d active 1st century B.C. ‡t Sententiae.
700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a J. W. ‡q (John Wright), ‡d active 1674. ‡t Mock-Thyestes.
700 1   Meckenem, Israhel van, ‡d -1503, ‡e artist.
700 1   Strigel, Bernhard, ‡d 1460 or 1461-1528, ‡e artist.
700 1   Tuder, John, ‡d active approximately 1470, ‡e composer.
700 1   Nesbett, John, ‡d -1488?, ‡e composer.
700 1   Frye, Walter, ‡d -1474 or 1475, ‡e composer.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Žídek, Pavel, ‡d approximately 1413-1471. ‡t Liber viginti arcium.
‡e Relator term

For information about subfield ‡e, see Personal Names--General Information.

700   Anh Vũ, ‡e translator, ‡e writer of introduction.
700   H. W., ‡d active 1598, ‡e translator.
700 1   Bee, Barnard Elliott, ‡d 1824-1861, ‡e correspondent.
700 1   Altman, Robert, ‡d 1925-2006, ‡e film director.
700 1   Daucé, Sébastien, ‡e conductor.
700 1   Greenwell, William, ‡d 1820-1918, ‡e former owner.
700 1   Talbot, Alice-Mary Maffry, ‡e translator.
700 1   Melo, Wolfgang David Cirilo de, ‡d 1976- ‡e editor, ‡e translator.
700 1   Fraser, Eric, ‡d 1902-1983, ‡e illustrator.
700 1   Elstracke, Renold, ‡d active 1590-1630, ‡e engraver.
‡f Date of a work

For information about subfield ‡f, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a O. N., ‡d active 1634. ‡t Apology of English Arminianism. ‡f 1972.
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Teresa, ‡c of Avila, Saint, ‡d 1515-1582. ‡t Works. ‡k Selections. ‡l English. ‡f 1998.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Robotić, Martin, ‡d 1904-1968. ‡t Works. ‡k Selections. ‡f 1994.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich, ‡d 1799-1837. ‡t Boris Godunov. ‡f 1831.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Blomdahl, Karl-Birger, ‡d 1916-1968. ‡t Kammarkonsert. ‡f 1965.
‡g Miscellaneous information

For information about subfield ‡g, see Personal Names--General Information. Subfield ‡g is most commonly used with family names.

700 3   Fowler (Family : ‡g Fowler, Vee, 1920- ), ‡e donor.
‡h Medium

For information about subfield ‡h, see Personal Names--General Information. Do not use subfield in field 700.

‡i Relationship information

For information about subfield ‡i, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

100 1   Charpentier, Marc-Antoine, ‡d 1643-1704, ‡e composer.
245 1 0 Litanies de la Vierge : ‡b motets pour la Maison de Guise / ‡c Marc-Antoine Charpentier.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Charpentier, Marc-Antoine, ‡d 1643-1704. ‡t Ouverture pour le sacre d'un evêque, ‡n H. 536.
245 4 The complete recordings. ‡n Vol. 1, ‡p 1900-09.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Thomas, Ambroise, ‡d 1811-1896. ‡t Mignon. ‡p Connais-tu le pays? ‡l German.
245 2 A simple twist of fate / ǂc Touchstone Pictures presents a Gillies Mackinnon film ; suggested by the novel "Silas Marner" by George Eliot ; producer, Ric Kidney ; writer, Steve Martin ; director, Gillies MacKinnon.
700 1 2 ‡i Based on (work): ‡a Eliot, George, ‡d 1819-1880. ‡t Silas Marner.
‡j Attribution qualifier

For information about subfield ‡j, see Personal Names--General Information.

700 1   Johnson, Edmund, ‡d active approximately 1792-1811, ‡j Attributed to.
[Formulated according to the description guidelines of Cataloging cultural objects]
‡k Form subheading

For information about subfield ‡k, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Qabus bin Said, ‡c Sultan of Oman, ‡d 1940- ‡t Speeches. ‡k Selections.
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Guy, ‡c de Chauliac, ‡d approximately 1300-1368. ‡t Chirurgia magna. ‡n Book 1. ‡k Selections. ‡l Irish.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Capirola, Vincenzo, ‡d 1474- ‡t Lute music. ‡k Selections.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, ‡d 1756-1791. ‡t Concertos, ‡m piano, orchestra. ‡k Selections.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Bartók, Béla, ‡d 1881-1945. ‡t Piano music. ‡k Selections.
‡l Language of a work

For information about subfield ‡l, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Translation of: ‡a Patrick, ‡c Saint, ‡d 373?-463? ‡t Epistola ad milites Corotici. ‡l English.
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a John Chrysostom, ‡c Saint, ‡d -407. ‡t Homilies. ‡k Selections. ‡l Latin
700 1 2 ‡i Based on (expression): ‡a Leroux, Gaston, ‡d 1868-1927. ‡t Fantôme de l'Opéra. ‡l English.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Guilleragues, Gabriel Joseph de Lavergne, ‡c vicomte de, ‡d 1628-1685. ‡t Lettres portugaises. ‡l Portuguese.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Rajić, Jovan, ‡d 1726-1801. ‡t Brevis et succinna manuductio in universam oratoriam. ‡l Serbian.
‡m Medium of performance for music

For information about subfield ‡m, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Josquin, ‡c des Prez, ‡d -1521. ‡t Se congié prens, ‡m voices (4)
700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Leifur Thórarinsson, ‡d 1934-1998. ‡t Trios, ‡m piano, violin, cello.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Hindemith, Paul, ‡d 1895-1963. ‡t Octet, ‡m clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, violas (2), cello, double bass.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Sibelius, Jean, ‡d 1865-1957. ‡t Concerto, ‡m violin, orchestra, ‡n op. 47, ‡r D minor.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Foote, Arthur, ‡d 1853-1937. ‡t Nocturne and scherzo, ‡m flute, violins (2), viola, cello.
‡n Number of part/section of a work

For information about subfield ‡n, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Horace. ‡t Carmina. ‡n Liber 3.
700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Murasaki Shikibu, ‡d 978?- ‡t Genji monogatari. ‡n 16, ‡p Sekiya.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Hindemith, Paul, ‡d 1895-1963. ‡t Schulwerk. ‡n 4.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Villa-Lobos, Heitor. ‡t Bachianas brasileiras, ‡n no. 9.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Handel, George Frideric, ‡d 1685-1759. ‡t Concerti grossi, ‡m violins (2), cello, string orchestra, ‡n op. 6. ‡n No. 5.
‡o Arranged statement for music

For information about subfield ‡o, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Josquin, ‡c des Prez, ‡d -1521. ‡t Vocal music. ‡k Selections; ‡o arranged.
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Pixinguinha, ‡d 1897-1973. ‡t Works. ‡k Selections; ‡o arranged.
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Árni Björnsson, ‡d 1905-1995. ‡t Romances, ‡m violin, piano, ‡n no. 2, op. 14; ‡o arranged.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Lehár, Franz, ‡d 1870-1948. ‡t Lustige Witwe. ‡k Selections; ‡o arranged.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Debussy, Claude, ‡d 1862-1918. ‡t Pour le piano. ‡p Sarabande; ‡o arranged.
‡p Name of part/section of a work

For information about subfield ‡p, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Alfonso ‡b X, ‡c King of Castile and Leon, ‡d 1221-1284. ‡t Cantigas de Santa María. ‡p Santa Maria, strela do dia.
700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Murasaki Shikibu, ‡d 978?- ‡t Genji monogatari. ‡n 15, ‡p Yomogyū.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Portinaro, Francesco, ‡d active 16th century. ‡t Vergini. ‡p Ove, sacre sorelle.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Vaet, Jacobus, ‡d approximately 1529-1567. ‡t Modulationes, ‡n liber 2. ‡p Si qua fides.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Schubert, Franz, ‡d 1797-1828. ‡t Teufels Lustschloss. ‡p Ouvertüre.
‡q Fuller form of name

For information about subfield ‡q, see Personal Names--General Information.

700 0   Jomo K. S. ‡q (Jomo Kwame Sundaram), ‡e author.
700 1   Benson, Adolph B. ‡q (Adolph Burnett), ‡d 1881-1962, ‡e editor.
700 1   Seleznev, N. N. ‡q (Nikolaĭ Nikolaevich), ‡d 1971- ‡e editor.
700 1   Brooks, Robert A. ‡q (Robert Angus), ‡d 1920-1976, ‡e translator.
700 1   Coleman, K. M. ‡q (Kathleen M.), ‡e translator.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Moodie, J. W. Dunbar ‡q (John Wedderburn Dunbar), ‡d 1797-1869. ‡t Narrative of the campaign in Holland in 1814.
700 1   Taylor, Frank E. ‡q (Frank Eugene), ‡d 1942- ‡e editor.
‡r Key for music

For information about subfield ‡r, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Louis Ferdinand, ‡c Prince of Prussia, ‡d 1772-1806. ‡t Fugue, ‡m piano, ‡n op. 7, ‡r G minor.
700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Charles-René, ‡d 1863-1935. ‡t Masses, ‡n no. 2, ‡r A♭ major.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Chopin, Frédéric, ‡d 1810-1849. ‡t Sonatas, ‡m piano, ‡n no. 3, op. 58, ‡r B minor.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Bach, Johann Sebastian, ‡d 1685-1750. ‡t Sonatas, ‡m violin, harpsichord, ‡n BWV 1019a, ‡r G major.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Haydn, Joseph, ‡d 1732-1809. ‡t Symphonies, ‡n H. I, 103, ‡r E♭ major.
‡s Version

For information about subfield ‡s, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Philotheos, ‡c Patriarch of Constantinople. ‡t Miracles of Gregory Palamas. ‡l Greek ‡s (Tsamēs)
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Euripides. ‡t Ion. ‡l English ‡s (Di Piero)
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Plautus, Titus Maccius. ‡t Persa. ‡l Latin ‡s (Melo)
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Wells, H. G. ‡q (Herbert George), ‡d 1866-1946. ‡t Country of the blind. ‡l Spanish ‡s (Calvo)
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Hyginus, C. Julius. ‡t Poetica astronomica. ‡l French ‡s (Le Bœuffle)
‡t Title of a work

For information about subfield ‡t, see Preferred Titles--General Information.

700 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Bhumibol Adulyadej, ‡c King of Thailand, ‡d 1927- ‡t Speeches. ‡k Selections.
700 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Harṣavardhana, ‡c King of Thānesar and Kanauj, ‡d active 606-647. ‡t Ratnāvalī. ‡l English.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Kelterborn, Rudolf, ‡d 1931- ‡t Changements.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (work): ‡a Turina, Joaquín, ‡d 1882-1949. ‡t Oración del torero.
700 1 2 ‡i Container of (expression): ‡a Copland, Aaron, ‡d 1900-1990. ‡t Vocalise; ǂo arranged.
‡u Affiliation

For information about subfield ‡u, see Personal Names--General Information. Subfield ‡u is used infrequently in field 700.

700 1   Brown, Jeffrey Richard, ‡d 1960- ‡e editor. ‡u Hope College
‡x International Standard Serial Number

For information about subfield ‡x, see Control Subfields. Subfield ‡x is unlikely to be used in field 700.

‡0 Authority record control number or standard number

For information about subfield ‡0, see Control Subfields.

700 1   Gay, Marguerite. ‡4 trl ‡0 (isni)0000000066414522
‡3 Materials specified

For information about subfield ‡3, see Control Subfields.

700   ‡3 2nd work ‡i Musical setting of (work): ‡a Sugawara no Takasue no Musume, ‡d 1008- ‡t Sarashina nikki.
700 1   ‡3 Parts 1-2 ‡a Raymond, Charles, ‡e illustrator.
‡4 Relator code

For information about subfield ‡4, see Control Subfields.

700 1   Patton, Mark, ǂd 1964- ǂe actor. ǂ4 act
700 1   McNair, Sylvia ‡c (Soprano), ‡e singer. ‡4 sng
‡5 Institution to which field applies

For information about subfield ‡5, see Control Subfields.

700 1   Rogers, Bruce, ‡d 1870-1957, ‡e former owner. ‡5 DLC

Punctuation

For information about punctuation, see Personal Names--General Information.

Indexing

For indexing and searching information, see Searching WorldCat Indexes, field 700.

This page last revised: March 15, 2016