The following can be used as a brief index of abbreviations and terms that appear in descriptions of digital objects.
The access points category entitled Literary and other characters lists figures encountered in poems and prose texts by C. P. Cavafy, followed by the attendant abbreviations:
^(H) = Historical character
^(L) = Literary character
^(I) = Invented character
^(M) = Mythological character
… = In the field entitled Title, when the name of the digital object is not placed between quotation marks, the title is attributed by the archivist and is descriptive of the item. Example: Letter by John Cavafy to C. P. Cavafy and Untitled Poem[“…”] = In the field entitled Title, when the first words of text referenced clearly in the item are used as its title, the name of the digital object is placed between brackets and quotation marks. Example: [“The Lanès whom you loved…”]
unknown = The creator(s) of the item is/are unknown. In the field entitled Name of creator(s).
unidentified = The creator(s) of the item cannot be identified. In the field entitled Name of creator(s).[…] = In the field entitled Name of creator(s), when the creator(s) is/are not referenced clearly in the item but their identity has been identified by the archivist, the creator’s name is placed between brackets.
…, (?)= In the field entitled Name of creator(s) or/and in the access points’ category Persons, when part of the full name (first and last name) of the referenced person cannot be identified it is substituted by a question mark.
>Α… = The field entitled Related works by C. P. Cavafy contains titles of Cavafy’s works (poems, prose texts, articles) followed by the entry number of the attendant works in the C. P. Cavafy Bibliography by D. Daskalopoulos (Dimitris Daskalopoulos, Vivliografia C. P. Cavafy (1886-2000), Centre for the Greek Language, Thessaloniki, 2003). The entry number denotes the first publication of the relevant work by C. P. Cavafy, e.g. “Alexandrian kings”>129.