Additional Associations (Identification)
- This field contains information on associations between objects.
- The Additional Associations field is particularly useful when information is entered clearly, concisely and consistently.
- When you want to indicate that an object belongs to a group, simply enter the accession number of the first and last objects in the group in the Additional Associations field. Enter the first accession number, a space, "to", another space and the final accession number.
A perfume burner that is part of a set comprising the burner (1992.1.1) and the perfume container (1992.1.2)
| || Accession Number||1992.1.1|
| || Object Name||perfume burner|
|Additional Associations||1992.1.2|Example 2
The thirty-fourth acquisition of 1992 is a lot consisting of sixty-eight objects. The last record in the lot is a mortar.
| || Accession Number|| 1992.34.68|
| || Object Name|| mortar|
| || Quantity||1|
|Additional Associations|| lot 1992.34.1 to 1992.34.68|
- When you want to indicate another kind of association, enter a description and the accession numbers of the associated objects.
Record for a gold Phoenician mask for which you want to make a link with another mask of the same culture
| || Accession Number|| 1969.1624|
| || Object Name||mask|
| ||Object Type|| man's mask|
|Additional Associations|| Compare with woman's mask, 1979.8|
| || Culture|| Phoenician|