Proceedings

INFORMATION ON MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION LVLT 13 2018

 

The proceedings (a peer reviewed selection of ca. 50 papers) of the 13th International Colloquium on Vulgar and Late Latin – Latin vulgaire – latin tardif XIII (LVLT13) will be published as a special issue in the volume 59 (2019) of the journal Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungarica (Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, cf. https://akademiai.hu/10/journals/products/classical_studies/acta_antiqua_academiae_scientiarum_hungaricae_eng).

 

The deadline for submitting the final version of your papers is the end of December. I kindly ask you to send me your manuscript to lvlt13@btk.elte.hu in the format specified by Acta Antiqua (see below) until the end of this year, i.e. December 31, 2018. Unfortunately, no extension is possible. Papers that arrive after the deadline and/or papers that do not correspond to the publication norms of Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungarica will be rejected.

All participants of the colloquium who delivered a paper and intend to publish it in the proceedings of LVLT13 are invited to submit the final version as soon as possible. If you send it before December 1, 2018, the editor can check whether your manuscript meets the publication norms of Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungarica and, in case it does not, the manuscript will be sent back to you for improvement. If you submit your paper at the last moment but it does not conform to the publication norms, you will have no time to correct the layout of your paper which will be rejected.

Your article should not exceed 30.000 characters with spaces (including all elements, i.e. abstract, footnotes, references), which corresponds to approx. 10 pages. If you gave your presentation in a plenary session, your character limit is 40.000 characters. The paper should be submitted in Word (.doc, .docx or .rtf.); if you use figures or any special page settings, please also attach a .pdf version.

When submitting your paper, please make sure to indicate a working email address and the affiliation of each contributing author.

Your article should include an abstract in English of approx. 200 words, and 3-6 relevant keywords.

If you are not a native speaker of the language of your paper, please have your paper carefully checked by a native speaker.

Please make sure that all sections, subsections, examples, tables, figures, notes, etc., are numbered consecutively.

Papers are accepted on the understanding that they have not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere, and that they are subject to peer review. Papers accepted for publication by the editorial board are subject to editorial revision.

Papers submitted for publication on time that conform to the publication guidelines will be evaluated by two anonymous reviewers and divided into four categories: (i) publish as it is; (ii) publish with minor changes; (iii) request major revision and another review; (iv) reject. Authors of the articles falling into the categories (ii) and (iii) will have one month to make revisions and improvements. The publisher reserves the right to reject the publication of papers categorized (iii) if justified (in case the number of papers received on time significantly exceeds the numbers of papers intended to publish).

Please note that once you get back the peer-reviewed and formatted paper from the editor for being finalised, further corrections should be kept to an absolute minimum, only typos and editing errors can be fixed.

 

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungarica – INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

 

Acta Antiqua publishes original research papers, review articles and book reviews in the field of ancient studies. It covers the fields of history, literature, philology and material culture of the Ancient East, the Classical Antiquity and, to a lesser part, of Byzantinum and medieval Latin studies, and the reception of the culture of Classical Antiquity. Papers are accepted on the understanding that they have not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere and that they are subject to peer review. Papers accepted for publication by the editorial board are subject to editorial revision. A copy of the Publishing Agreement will be sent to the authors of papers accepted for publication. Manuscripts will be processed only after receiving the signed copy of the agreement.

 

Permissions. It is the responsibility of the author to obtain written permission for quotations, and for the reprinting of illustrations or tables.

 

Submission of manuscripts

Acta Antiqua prefers electronic submission of manuscripts. Manuscripts should be sent via e-mail using any format of Word for Windows (.doc, .docx or .rtf) or format of LibreOffice and (to eliminate any problem of transfiguration) a .pdf-version to the e-mail-address as given above.

 

Presentation of manuscripts

Manuscripts should be written in clear, concise, and grammatically correct English, French, German, Italian, Latin or Spanish.

 

Title page. The title should be concise and informative. This is preceded by the first name(s) and surname of the author(s). The name of the institution the author works at and the exact mailing address of the author should be given at the end of the paper.

 

Authors are requested

– to use footnotes to be inserted to the electronic file of the study;

not to give a bibliography at the end of the paper but to quote works in the footnotes;

not to write op. cit. and the like, but to give the number of the footnote where the work was first mentioned in round brackets after the name of the author, then the page(s) referred to, e.g. Smith (n.12) 18–21;

– when referring to books or cyclopaedias, to give the number of the volume quoted in Roman numerals;

– when referring to cyclopaedias, to arrange data as follows:

name of the author, in, title of the cyclopaedia (abbreviated, if possible and in italics), number of volume, year of publication in parentheses, number of pages or column(s), comma, s.v. title of the article, e.g. Ed. Schwartz in RE I (1894) 2868, s.v. Apollodoros;

– when referring to papers in periodicals, to arrange data as follows:

name of the author, colon, title of the paper, period, title of the periodical (in italics) abbreviated as in l’Année Philologique, number of the volume quoted in Arabic numerals, year of publication in parentheses, number of pages from-to (avoid references, like 125 ff. or passim), esp./here the explicit page number referred to in the footnote, e.g. Harmatta, J.: The Language of the Southern Sakas. Acta Ant. Hung. 32 (1989) 299–307, here 303.

– when referring to papers in conference volumes, to arrange data as follows:

name of the author, colon, title of the contribution in the volume, period, in, name(s) of editors, colon, title of the volume (in italics), period, data of edition, number of pages from-to in the volume, esp./here the explicit page number referred to in the footnote, e.g.:  Gratwick, A. S.: Latinitas Britannica: Was British Latin Archaic? In Brooks, N. (ed.): Latin

and the Vernacular Languages in Early Medieval Britain. Leicester 1982, 1–79, here 25.

– when quoting Greek and Roman authors, collections of fragments, papyri, etc., to use the abbreviations of Liddell-Scott-Jones and of Oxford Latin Dictionary, resp.;

– not to give long titles to the articles if possible;

– after receiving the edited version, to return the proofread paper as soon as possible. If editors do not receive the final version within a reasonable time, the text will be finalised on the basis of the manuscript, and editors do not take any responsibility for mistakes  of the original manuscript.