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730 - Index Term-Uniform Title (R)

MARC 21 Classification - Full
January 2000

First Indicator
Nonfiling characters
0-9 - Number of nonfiling characters

Second Indicator
0 - Library of Congress Subject Headings
1 - LC subject headings for children's literature
2 - Medical Subject Headings
3 - National Agricultural Library subject authority file
4 - Source not specified
5 - Canadian Subject Headings
6 - Répertoire de vedettes-matière
7 - Source specified in subfield $2

Subfield Codes
$a - Uniform title (NR)
$d - Date of treaty signing (R)
$f - Date of a work (NR)
$g - Miscellaneous information (NR)
$h - Medium (NR)
$i - Explanatory text (R)
$k - Form subheading (R)
$l - Language of a work (NR)
$m - Medium of performance for music (R)
$n - Number of part/section of a work (R)
$o - Arranged statement for music (NR)
$p - Name of part/section of a work (R)
$r - Key for music (NR)
$s - Version (NR)
$t - Title of a work (NR)
$v - Form subdivision (R)
$x - General subdivision (R)
$y - Chronological subdivision (R)
$z - Geographic subdivision (R)
$0 - Record control number (R)
$2 - Source of heading or term (NR)
$3 - Materials specified (NR)
$6 - Linkage (NR)
$8 - Field link and sequence number (R)


Uniform title used as an index term that supplements terms derived in the MARC record. The uniform title may be referred to in the classification number and caption in field 153 (Classification Number).

May be used to link a classification number with a related controlled uniform title heading. The values in the second indicator position or the data in subfield $2 (Source of heading or term) identify the subject heading system or thesaurus used by an institution to formulate the uniform title index term. Terms not controlled by a thesaurus or authority file are contained in field 753 (Index Term-Uncontrolled).


Guidelines for applying subfield $i (Explanatory text) and subfield $0 (Record control number) and examples of field 730 are provided in this section. Guidelines for applying the remaining content designators and input conventions are provided in the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data: field X30 (Uniform Titles-General Information) and field 630 (Subject Added Entry-Uniform Title).


$i - Explanatory text
Explanatory text associated with the index term.
$0 - Record control number
See the description of this subfield in Appendix A: Control Subfields.


084 0#$alcc
[Library of Congress Classification]
153 ##$aPT1419.C3$hGerman literature$hMiddle High German$hCollections$hBy form$hPoetry$hSpecial forms$hLyric$hMinnesingers$hMedieval collections$jCarmina burana
730 00$aCarmina Burana.
084 0#$alcc
[Library of Congress Classification]
153 ##$aDC238.5$hHistory of France$hHistory$hBy period$hRevolutionary and Napoleonic period, 1789-1815$hNapoleonic wars, 1800-1815$h1814$hIndividual events, battles, etc, A-Z$hAbdication (April 6, 1814) and Elba$jTreaty of Paris, 1814
730 00$aTreaty of Paris$d(1815)
084 0#$alcc
[Library of Congress Classification]
153 ##$aBS135$cBS136$hThe Bible$hGeneral$hTexts and versions$hModern texts and versions$hEnglish$hEnglish versions$jWycliffe's (1380)
730 00$aBible.$pN.T.$lEnglish (Middle English).$sWycliffe.$kSelections
084 0#$alcc
[Library of Congress Classification]
153 ##$aBM487.A5$hJudaism$hPre-Talmudic Jewish literature (non-Biblical)$hSpecial texts or groups of texts$hDead Sea scrolls$hTexts$jGerman. By date
730 00$aDead Sea scrolls.$lGerman.
084 0#$alcc
[Library of Congress Classification]
153 ##$aPR1588$hEnglish literature$hAnglo-Saxon literature$hIndividual authors and works$hBeowulf$hCriticism$jLanguage, grammar, etc.
730 00$aBeowulf$xLanguage.$0(DLC)sh#85013267
084 0#$alcc
[Library of Congress Classification]
153 ##$aBS420$hThe Bible$hGeneral$hWorks about the Bible$hConcordances$jPolyglot
730 00$aBible$vConcordances.
084 0#$alcc
[Library of Congress Classification]
153 ##$aBS635.A5$cBS635.Z$hThe Bible$hGeneral$hWorks about the Bible$hAuxiliary topics$hBiblical history. Bible and history$hGeneral works$j1801-1950
730 00$aBible$xHistory of Biblical events.
084 0#$addc$c21
[Dewey Decimal Classification]
153 ##$a220.5204$hReligion$hBible$kGeneralities$kTexts, versions, translations$hModern versions and translations$hVersions in English and Anglo-Saxon$kEnglish$jRevised version
730 00$aBible.$lEnglish.$sAmerican Standard.$f1901.
084 0#$addc$c21
[Dewey Decimal Classification]
153 ##$a227.3$hReligion$hBible$kSpecific parts of Bible, Apocrypha, pseudepigrapha, intertestamental works$hEpistles$jCorinthians 2
730 00$aBible$pN.T.$pCorinthians, 2nd.
084 0#$addc$c21
[Dewey Decimal Classification]
153 ##$a297.1226$hReligion$hComparative religion and religions other than Christianity$kReligions other than Christianity$hIslam, Babism, Bahai Faith$kIslam$kSources of Islam; Islamic doctrinal theology (Àqaid and Kalam); Islam and secular disciplines; Islam and other systems of belief; Islamic worship$hSources of Islam$hKoran and Hadith$hKoran$jInterpretation and criticism (Exegesis)
730 00$aKoran$xCriticism, interpretation, etc.
084 0#$addc$c21
[Dewey Decimal Classification]
153 ##$a220.07$hReligion$hBible$jEducation, research, related topics
730 00$aBible$xStudy and teaching$zFrance.

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