The articles should be in Romanian or in an international language as English, French, German or Italian. Each author should provide keywords and an abstract, both in one of the languages listed above, as well as their Romanian translation.
Authors should use Microsoft Word, page format – A4; margins should fit: top – 1.5 cm; bottom – 7.3 cm; left – 3 cm; right – 4.6 cm; header – 1.3 cm.
The text should be written using Palatino Linotype font as follows: title – 12.5 points, condensed 0.4, bold, uppercase; author – 12 points, condensed 0.4; text – 10 points, extended 0.2; footnotes – 8.5 points, extended 0.4; abstract – 10 points, extended 0.2; bibliography – 9 points, extended 0.2.
Illustrations should be submitted separately (do not insert them into the text) as TIFF or JPEG, minimum 300 DPI.
Footnotes will be numbered continuously (1, 2, 3, …) and will be written in accordance with the Anglo-Saxon reference system: PIPPIDI 1967, 84, fig. 3/4. Each such abbreviated reference should be fully explained in the Bibliography. The Bibliography, included at the end of the article, must be in alphabetical order, by author, and in chronological order for each author with more than one title.
BOJILOV, GJIUZELEV 2004 – Ivan Bojilov, Vasil Gjuzelev, Istorija na Dobroudja, VoI. 2, Sredneyekovîe, Veliko Târnovo (2004).
PĂUNESCU 2005 – Anca Păunescu, Oraşul de Floci , un oraş dispărut din Muntenia meridională, Târgovişte, 2005.
For papers: author’s name, publication year, paper title, name of publication or of collective volume, tom, number, publication place and editor – for collective volumes, pages of paper.
COJOCARU 2009 – Victor Cojocaru, Zur Proxenie in den griechischen Städten des pontischen Raumes, Pontica 42 (2009), p. 349-374.
NICOLAE 2004 – Constantin Nicolae, Raport de cercetare, Hârşova , jud. Constanţa, Fortificaţia bizantină târzie. Campania 2003. CCA (2004), nr. 86.
Abbreviations for publication titles, volumes, catalogues, corpora, encyclopedias should be written according to „Normele de întocmire a manuscriselor”, Anexes 2 and 3, SCIVA 46, 1995, 3-4, p. 356-370. Any abbreviation not included in this list must be fully explained at the end of the bibliography list.
A printed version of each article (the illustration as well) as well as a CD are also required; both should be submitted by mail to the following address:
MUZEUL DE ISTORIE NAȚIONALĂ ȘI ARHEOLOGIE CONSTANTA, Piața Ovidiu nr. 12, RO-900745, CONSTANȚA ROMÂNIA
Authors can also submit their papers by e-mail, to the following e-mail address: email@example.com. For further information contact us by mail or telephone/fax: 0040-241-618763.