by census — last modified 2011-06-01 13:56
In contrast to Monument Simple search, when browsing with the Monument Advanced search the keyword is not restricted to the Name or Alias of a monument. The search can be adjusted in different ways for a restricted and specified search.
|Click on the Advanced Search button to activate the advanced search. Between the navigational boxes of the Simple Search a new navigational box is opened containing additional search options (see Tools).
The Monument Advanced search provides the click options Monuments Only, include children, and Child as a keyword box.
|For example, on typing the name [Pantheon] in the name search box, 8 hits are listed, if the options Monuments Only and include children are not activated: There main monuments and Children entries are listed if the term “Pantheon” is explicitly mentioned within the Name or Alias.|
|By activating the option Top Level Only, only the main monuments with the status of “monument” are considered: In this case one has 5 hits.|
|By selecting the option include children all Children entries of the main monuments are considered, regardless if they bear the name “Pantheon” or not.
|The keyword box Child offers the possibility of browsing for specified Children. The search is relevant especially for Children entries of unidentified monuments.
For example, on browsing for all acanthus friezes which can no longer be ascribed to specified main monuments, then [unidentified] must be typed in the name search box and additionally the option include children must be activated.