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                            22.1. GENERAL RULE.
	"AACR 2 Compatible" Headings
22.1B.1 Form of Name
22.1C. GENERAL RULE. [New]
22.2A. Predominant name.
22.2B. CHOICE AMONG DIFFERENT NAMES. Pseudonyms.
	Multiple Headings—Contemporaries
	Multiple Headings—Non-contemporaries
	Multiple Headings—"Basic" Headings
	Multiple Headings—References
	Single Heading
	Pre-1988 Policy
22.3A. FULLNESS.
	Headings Being Coded AACR 2
	Headings Already Coded "AACR2" or "AACR2 Compatible"
	Variant Forms Within One Item
22.3B1. Persons using more than one language.
22.3C. Names written in a nonroman script.
22.3C2  Persons Entered Under Surname
22.3D. Spelling.
22.4. GENERAL RULE.
22.5A. General rule.
22.5C2. PREFERRED OR ESTABLISHED FORM KNOWN.
	22.5C4. Other compound surnames, except those of married women whose surname consists of surname before marriage and husband's surname.
	22.5C5. OTHER COMPOUND SURNAMES. MARRIED WOMEN WHOSE SURNAME
22.5D. Surnames with separately written prefixes.
	22.5D1. Articles and prepositions .
22.6. ENTRY UNDER TITLE OF NOBILITY.
22.8. ENTRY UNDER GIVEN NAME, ETC.
	22.8A1. ENTRY UNDER GIVEN NAME, ETC.
	22.8A2.
22.10. ENTRY UNDER INITIALS, LETTERS, OR NUMERALS.
22.11D.
22.13B.
22.14. SPIRITS.
22.15A.
	22.15B. TERMS OF ADDRESS OF MARRIED WOMEN.
22.16C. Bishops, etc.
	22.16D. Other persons of religious vocation.
22.17. DATES
	Headings That Do Not Conflict
	Twentieth Century Persons
	Pre-Twentieth Century Persons
	Existing Headings Already Coded for AACR2
	Existing Headings Being Coded for AACR2
	Abbreviations B.C. and A.D.
22.17-22.20. Additions to Distinguish Identical Names.
22.22. NAMES IN THE ARABIC ALPHABET.
22.25B1.
22.26C1c).
	23.1. INTRODUCTORY NOTE.
		Ambiguous Entities -
		Military Installations
	23.2. GENERAL RULES.
		English or Vernacular Forms
		Modifications of the Name
		Special Decisions
	23.4B. ADDITIONS. GENERAL RULE.
		Islands and Island Groups
		Choice of Larger Place
		Form of Larger Place
		Denmark, Norway, and Sweden
	23.4C. Places in Australia, Canada, Malaysia, United States, U.S.S.R., or Yugoslavia.
	23.4D. Places in the British Isles.
	23.4E. Other places.
	23.4F1. Further additions.
	23.4F2. IDENTIFYING PLACES.
		Places on Islands
		City Sections
	24.1B. Romanization.
	24.2. VARIANT NAMES. GENERAL RULES.
		24.2B.
			Minor Changes of Name
			Proposed Bodies
			University Libraries Named for Persons
		24.2C.
		24.2D.
	24.3A. Language.
		24.3E. Governments.
		24.3G. Local churches, etc.
	24.4B. NAMES NOT CONVEYING THE IDEA OF A CORPORATE BODY.
		Surnames
		Performing Duets
		Initialisms and Acronyms
		Ships
		Art Galleries
		Consultant Firms
		Multiple Qualifiers
		Pre-1981 Headings
		Performing Groups
		Sports Teams
	24.4C. Two or more bodies with the same or similar names.
		Conflicts
		Non-conflicts
			1) Government bodies that are not institutions
			2) All other bodies
	24.4C4. Change of name of jurisdiction or locality. [Formerly 24.4C6] ,
	24.4C5. Institutions . [Formerly 24.4C7] ,
	24.5C1.
	24.6. GOVERNMENTS. ADDITIONS.
	24.7. CONFERENCES, CONGRESSES, MEETINGS, ETC.
		24.7A. OMISSIONS.
			Ambiguous Entities
			Events 1
			Dates as Qualifiers
		24.7B. ADDITIONS.
			24.7B2. Number.
				Name Authority Records
				Conflicts
				Date
				Location
	24.8. EXHIBITIONS, FAIRS, FESTIVALS, ETC.
		24.8B. Additions.
			Ambiguous Entities
			Events
	24.9. CHAPTERS, BRANCHES, ETC.
	24.10B.
		Place Qualifiers
		Multiple Qualifiers
		Churches, Chapels, etc., of Larger Institutions
	24.13. SUBORDINATE AND RELATED BODIES ENTERED SUBORDINATELY.
		24.13, TYPE 2. SUBORDINATE AND RELATED BODIES ENTERED SUBORDINATELY
		24.13, TYPE 3.
		24.13, TYPE 5.
		24.13, TYPE 6.
			Exceptions:
			German Universities
			References
			Exclusions from Type 6
			Named Meetings
	24.14. DIRECT OR INDIRECT SUBHEADING.
	24.15A.
	24.15B.
	24.17. GENERAL RULE.
	24.18. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES ENTERED SUBORDINATELY.
		24.18, TYPE 2.
		24.18, TYPE 3.
		24.18, TYPE 5.
		24.18, TYPE 6.
		24.18, TYPE 11.
	24.19. DIRECT OR INDIRECT SUBHEADING.
	24.20B. Heads of state, etc.
	24.20E. Other officials.
	24.21B.
	24.21C.
	24.21D.
	24.23. COURTS.
	24.24A. Armed forces at the national level.
		U.S. Civil War Units
		Numbered U.S. Military Units
	24.26. DELEGATIONS TO INTERNATIONAL AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL BODIES.
	24.27C. Subordinate bodies.
		24.27C3. Catholic dioceses, etc.
	25.1. USE OF UNIFORM TITLES.
	25.2A.
	25.3A. Named Individual Works of Art
		25.3B. WORKS CREATED AFTER 1500
	25.4A. WORKS CREATED BEFORE 1501.
		Named individual works of art
	25.5B CONFLICT RESOLUTION.
		General
		Monographs
		Title/Phrase Heading in Series Authority Record Identical to Personal or Corporate Name
		Radio and Television Programs
		U.S. Census Publications
		Comics; Motion Pictures
		Named Individual Works of Art
	25.5C. LANGUAGE.
	25.5D.
	25.6A. One part.
		25.6A2. PARTS OF A WORK.
	25.7. TWO WORKS ISSUED TOGETHER.
	25.8. COMPLETE WORKS.
		Composers and Writers
	25.8-25.11. COLLECTIVE TITLES.
	25.9. SELECTIONS.
	25.10. WORKS IN A SINGLE FORM.
	25.11. TRANSLATIONS, ETC.
	25.13. MANUSCRIPTS AND MANUSCRIPT GROUPS.
	25.14. INCUNABULA.
	25.15A1. Collections .
		25.15A2. Single laws, etc.
	25.18A. Bible. Psalters
	25.19 and 25.23. GENERAL RULE and PARTS OF LITURGICAL WORKS. In general, use as a uniform title for both a liturgical work and its parts a title that is in
	25.23.
	25.29A. Initial title elements consisting solely of the name of one type of composition.
	25.30B4. Individual instruments.
		25.30B5. Groups of instruments.
		25.30B7. Solo instrument(s) and accompanying ensemble.
		25.30D. Key.
	25.32A1. PARTS OF A WORK.
		25.32A2.
	25.34B-25.34C. Selections and Works of various types in one broad or specific medium, and works of one type for one specific medium or various media.
		25.34B1.
		25.34C2.
	LCRI26. References
	26.1. General rule
		26.1A
	26.2. Names of persons
		26.2B2.
		26.2B3.
		26.2B4.
		26.2C. Names of  persons. See also references
		26.2D. Explanatory references.
		26.2D2.
	26.3. GEOGRAPHIC NAMES AND NAMES OF CORPORATE BODIES.
		26.3A3. Different forms of the name .
		26.3A4. Initials.
		26.3A6. Abbreviations.
		26.3A7. Different forms of heading.
		26.3B-C. See also references and Explanatory references. Introduction
	26.4B. SEE REFERENCES.
		26.4C. See also references.
		26.4D2. Titles of parts of a work cataloged independently.
	26.5A. REFERENCES TO ADDED ENTRIES FOR SERIES AND SERIALS. SERIES.
	26.5B. REFERENCES TO ADDED ENTRIES FOR SERIES AND SERIALS. SERIALS.
	26.6. REFERENCES INSTEAD OF ADDED ENTRIES COMMON TO MANY EDITIONS.
                        
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22.1

Library of Congress Rule Interpretations 22.1 Page 1
May 1998

22.1. GENERAL RULE.

"AACR 2 Compatible" Headings

1) General. All headings newly coded to AACR2 after August 1982 will be done in accord with
AACR2 and existing LC policy and will be designated "AACR2" (with one exception). A heading already
coded "AACR2 compatible" will continue to be used in its existing form in post-August 1982 cataloging.
A heading for a uniform title coded after August 1982 will be coded "AACR2 compatible" if it is entered
under a name heading that has already been coded "AACR2 compatible."

Before September 1982, headings were coded "AACR2 compatible" if they had been established
before 1981 and fell into one or more of the categories listed below. (Exceptions to this policy are uniform
titles established after 1980 that were entered under a name heading that has already been coded "AACR2
compatible.")

2) Categories coded " AACR2 compatible." The categories of headings that were coded "AACR
2 compatible" were as follows:

a) Hyphens. The existing heading lacked a hyphen between forenames or compound
surnames that would be present in the AACR 2 form.

compatible heading: 100 1/b

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