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Entries of the Entity Location are given for where persons were born, for the present location of documents and the previous or actual locations of monuments.

If one accesses the location list (Location) then, at the beginning of the search, the total records appear underneath the three navigational boxes.

One can type the names of countries in english, regions, provinces, towns or districts in the respective language into the name search box. Also street names and squares or places, as well as institutions such as museums, galleries, etc. have been registered.

If one would, for instance, search directly for the city of Milano then [Milano] should be typed into the name search box.

As all the location entries are ordered hierarchically, it is also possible to search by "leafing" through the Children entries by clicking the [+], e.g.: Italy (country) – Italy (North) (area) – Lombardia (region) – Milano (province) – Milano (town) etc.

By clicking on the search term "Milano (town)" the list of records is opened in the Location Viewer.

The title page of a location entry gives the CensusID, the Name and the Type.

Underneath the links pertaining to this location are listed (Free Navigation). They are followed by details on the person who revised and edited the entry (ChangeLog). By clicking on back you will return to the search.



Advanced Search I

Using the List of attributes in the search form on the right you can browse for their locations according to Location Type.

It is also possible to search for monuments via their present location by clicking on Monument: browse Entries and starting a secondary Monument Search. This appears in a new window. For instance, in searching for the current location of the Hercules Farnese one can type the search term [Hercules Farnese] in the name search box of the secondary Monument Search and confirm by clicking on Search.
One can then select the Hercules Farnese in the list of results of the secondary Monument Search and take it up by clicking directly on the Location Search.

In the Location Search the search term now appears in the monument box. If one confirms by clicking on Search the present location of the Hercules Farnese will be found.



Advanced Search II

You can browse for locations of several monuments. For instance, it is possible to initiate a search for all the locations of all the monuments which are listed in the Codex Escurialensis.
To do this one must first, in the Location Search, start the secondary Monument Search and there start the secondary Document Search by clicking on Documents: browse Entries by typing the search term in the name search box find the Codex Escurialensis.
By clicking directly on the name in the result list you can take it over into the secondary Monument Search.

In the secondary Monument Search all monuments which are listed in the Codex Escurialensis are now singled out. The results can be selected by activating the function Select All of the Pull Down Menu and, by clicking on Confirm in the upper navigational box, adopted for the Location Search.

By clicking on Search you can confirm the search for all the locations of all monuments listed in the Codex Escurialensis.

With this searching method in Document: browse Entries you can also find the locations of documents.

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