You can write about any theme that is related to the Italian medieval period. Exceptions may be accepted for contributions on related historical periods and geographical areas.
We accept abstracts of 'tesi di laurea', Master and PhD theses. The author may request and authorise the web publication of material previously published on paper. However, this is possible only if he/she retains the copyrights on his/her work when he requests or authorises the publication.
-The documents must be submitted in RTF format.
-Use the symbol (') as apostrophe; the symbol (`) as accent or use the proper accented letters.
-Put quoted passages between inverted comas ("…")
-Footnotes must be put at the end of the document and indicated with Arabic numbers: (1) (2) (3)
-For quotations from printed books, put the Initial and the Surname of the author in Capital Letters. The title must be put between inverted commas "title".
-You may use common abbreviations:
AS Acta Sanctorum
CIL - CIG Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum - Graecarum
CSHB Corpus scriptorum historiae byzantine
FSI Fonti per la storia d'Italia
LP Liber Pontificalis
MGH Monumenta Germaniae Historica
PL - PG Patrologia Latina - Graeca
RIS Rerum Italicarum Scriptores (Muratori)
RRIISS Rerum Italicarum Scriptores (2)
-You may use also the accepted Latin abbreviations:
op.cit.; art.cit.; loc.cit.; ibid.
Any contribution must be submitted only once in RTF, only via this page. The document RTF may be compressed (ZIP).
Please, do not submit articles at the moment. Get in touch with the editor first: contact