In Overview, you will find an overview of the most important metadata for the selected monument. In the following paragraphs, further information on each individual data field in this section is provided.

Contributing Project: If the data record was created within the framework of one of the Census cooperation projects, this is indicated by name under 'Contributing Project.' You can read more about the Census cooperation projects here.

Aliases: Alternative names for the selected monument, which are found in various external sources. The corresponding Source(s) using the 'Alias' field shows the source for the respective alias used.

Current Location: The Current Location indicates the current location of the Antique Monument, e.g., a museum or a public place. The Current Location links to records of the object type Location, which are structured hierarchically. Above the 'Current Location,' which is displayed in black, you will find the subordinate locations highlighted in gray. In the case illustrated below, the Antique Monument 'Roma, Regio V, S. Giovanni in Laterano' is subordinate to the fifth region of Rome 'Roma, Regio V (Esquiliae),' then to the city Roma, then to the province Roma, then to the region Lazio, then to the country Italy.

Subdivision: Here, you can find supplementary information about the monument's current location, such as, for example, a section of a particular museum.

Identifiers: identifiers for the Antique Monument are specified here. Identifiers are numbers or combinations of numbers and letters that uniquely identify an object. Typical examples are a museum collection's inventory numbers or a digital library's standard metadata. The 'Identifier' field specifies the identifier, usually a number, while the associated Type specifies the type of this identifier (e.g., 'inventory number,' etc.). Under Identifier Source, the source or institution from which the respective identifier originates is specified.

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