[OT] Re: Looking for a standard on historical countries
doug at ewellic.org
Sat Nov 1 15:42:41 CDT 2014
Philippe Verdy wrote:
> Attention ! You've only isted the catalog entry, but not the actua
It was a start. Your reference is clearly better.
> Which gives information about context of use (mainly for bibliographic
> purpose, not for linguistic/terminologic purpose)
I don't think Jörg specified the exact purpose to which he wanted to
apply this information.
> and with a limited timeframe (starting from 1815 up to but excluding
> current countries encoced in ISO 3166-1 and their divisions).
Jörg said, "anything going beyond 1974 (ISO 3166-3) will be better than
nothing." 1815 qualifies.
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