I've fallen a little bit behind with the topic maps due to travelling.
The events modelled for 5th November 1661 are as follows:
- Samuel works at the Navy Office.
- Thomas Pepys and William Armiger dine with Samuel at the Pepys' house.
- Samuel and William Penn pay a visit to Elizabeth Batten.
- William Batten travels to Chatham (the travelling event started some time before Pepys and Penn visit Lady Batten).
- Samuel, Penn and George Cocke go drinking at the Dolphin Tavern
- Pepys and Penn return to Lady Batten's
- Pepys returns home from the Batten's.
In addition to posting this entry, I've begun to make changes to the representation of marriage. Up to now, marriage has been represented as a simple association like:
married-to(samuel-pepys : spouse, elizabeth-pepys : spouse)
Marriage is now modelled as an event, allowing us to specify the temporal bounds on the marriage and to use the marriage as a subject in its own right.
I've made use of scoped names to present different ways of presenting and indexing the marriage event. e.g.
[thomas-katherine-fenner-marriage = "Marriage of Thomas Fenner and Katherine Kite" = "Marriage to Katherine Kite";"Fenner, Thomas;marriage to Katherine Kite" / thomas-fenner = "Marriage to Thomas Fenner";"Kite, Katherine;marriage to Thomas Fenner" / katherine-kite] participation( thomas-katherine-fenner-marriage : event, katherine-kite : spouse, thomas-fenner : spouse )
This is particularly useful for scoping the married name of women. e.g.
[katherine-kite : woman = "Katherine Kite"; "Kite, Katherine" = "Katherine Fenner";"Fenner, Katherine" / thomas-katherine-fenner-marriage @"http://www.pepysdiary.com/p/750.php"]
New and updated topic maps: