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General Information

Name of the terminology RMCA_ThematicKeywords
Countries using the terminology Belgium
Version of the terminology 1
Date of publication
Organisation name

(Please give the name of organisation(s) who owns or has reponsibility for the terminology)

Royal Museum for Central Africa
Contact name

(Please give the name of a person who we can contact for further information)

Hein Vanhee

Main Features

Domain of description (by description domain we mean the subject area covered by the terms of the terminology; by application domain we mean the scope of the terminology. For example if you use mineralogy terms for describing archaeology collections: the description domain would be mineralogy and the application domain would be archaeology)
IS THE TERMINOLOGY A THESAURUS? YES
Type of terminology resource

(Please select among the list: Simple list of terms; Glossary; Classification/Taxonomy; Thesaurus; Ontology)

Thesaurus
IS THE TERMINOLOGY SPECIALISED? NO
History and Ethnography
IS THE TERMINOLOGY MULTILINGUAL? YES
Languages

(Please provide the reference language first, then indicate a percentage to assess the rate of equivalence; e.g. "Italian 100% and English 50%" means that Italian is the reference language, and that only 50% of the Italian terms have a correspondance in English)

French 100%, English 100%, Dutch 100%
IS THE TERMINOLOGY ALREADY SKOSIFIED? NO
Status

(Please select among the list: Not planned; Only planned; In-progress; SKOSified)

Other Features

How many terms (lexical units) does this terminology have?

(Please select among the list:

"11-100"; "101-500"; "501-1000"; "1001-5000"; "5001-10000"; "more than 10000")

11-100
Which thesaurus features are supported?

(Choose all that apply among :

Narrower term / Broader term

Related term (or 'See also')

Preferred Term

Non-Preferred Term

Use/Used for (or 'See')

Use OR

Use AND

Top term

Temporary Term

Other relations

Scope Note

Other (special) notes: use notes, date of entry

Narrower term / Broader term

Use AND

Top term

URL of the terminology

(if it is available online)

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