Comment: <wit> is only introduced two pages later, but while this is perhaps OK, having "[unattested]" as its contents goes against the very clear instructions about what this element is to be used for. To quote just one passage: "The <wit> list … should be used only to transcribe the witness information in the form found in the source" (390). Square brackets and other ad hoc markup aside, "unattested" probably does not occur anywhere: here it is used to indicate a conjectural form - one could also contest whether such a form is a reading and belongs in <rdg> (or <lem>). I don't think TEI has an elegant way of noting conjectural forms, unless they occur in an apparatus one is transcribing. Is this the way TEI recommends that one should mark up one's own conjectures?