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That looks about right. You have a caption with a description, that's all. The caption happens to be Italian. If you haven't already, take a look at 6.3 and its example. It shows the relationship between a description and a caption. It shows WHAT is being described (it's a picture, not a graph not a map, etc.) and the caption as it is printed and the additional of words in the transcriber's note (not appearing in print). In foreign language sometimes you have to get a translation in order to describe, but we don't call it a translation. It's our little secret.