I read over sections 7.24 & 7.25 in the EE book and have a question about why the event dates and document dates vary in their presentation as they do. As both refer to artifacts, I would have expected the dates to be presented in a similar way. I just need a bit of help to understand if there is a specific reason for this.
A) In the 7.24 example, the certificate date is shown as, "Rogers-Morgan marriage certificate (1848 marriage); issued 1971...", in both the source list and reference note.
Why would this, not be, "Rogers-Morgan marriage certificate (1971), married 1848;..."? I often have more than one artifact certificate for the same event, but each issued in a different year. It seems that keeping the issue date as part of the artifact's generic ID would be needed to differentiate amongst them.
B) In the 7.25 example, the marriage entry is shown as, "Charleville-Clarisen marriage entry, 1798. Certified translation issued 1937...", in the source list and as, "Charleville-Clarisen marriage entry (1798); certified translation issued 1937...".
In this case, I see that the style of showing the date has changed between the source list and reference note. Could you clarify why that was done? Could one not consistently use "Charleville-Clarisen marriage entry (1798)"?