[crm-sig] issue 105 E67 Birth with multiple offsprings

martin martin at ics.forth.gr
Fri Oct 11 22:27:37 EEST 2002

E67 Birth

Subclass of:  Beginning of Existence

Scope note:  The birth of a human being.
New scope note:
                    This class describes the birth of a human being only as an aspect of major cultural concern. Its focus is on the context of
                    people coming into life. The coming into life of other living beings is covered by E63 Beginning of Existence. Twins, triplets
                    etc. are brought into life by the same Birth event. The introduction of the birth event as documentation element allows for describing
                    a considerable wealth of family relations in a simple model. Suitable extensions may describe more details and the complexity of
                    motherhood with the intervention of modern medicine. The father is not seen as directly involved in the birth. In rare cases, multiple
                    offsprings may have different fathers.
                    Example: The birth of Alexander the Great.


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