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Σύνδεσμος Κυπρίων Αρχαιολόγων

Association of Cypriot Archaeologists

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{accordion uitheme="humanity" box="border: 1.5px solid #bdb099" spacebetween="0px"}Author Guide::The following document outlines the editorial policy governing Archaeologia Cypria and further provides guidelines for contributors regarding preparatory to the publication procedures, as well as information on article formatting and style. Authors are kindly requested to closely observe the instructions below, when preparing articles for submission to Archaeologia Cypria. For guidance on issues not addressed in this guide, authors are referred to The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed. (Chicago 2010).

$AG||||Abbreviations::The Archaeologia Cypria fully adopts the following list of periodicals, series, and books abbreviations, prepared by the AJA. The journal's own and official abbreviation is ArchCyp.

A&A

Antike und Abendland

AA

Archäologischer Anzeiger

AAA

Athens Annals of Archaeology

AAES

Publications of an American Archaeological Expedition to Syria

AAS

Annales archéologiques arabes syriennes

AAs

Arts asiatiques (formerly RAA [Revue des arts asiatiques])

AASOR

Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research

AbhBerl

Abhandlungen der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin

AbhGött

Abhandlungen der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen

AbhHeid

Abhandlungen der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften

AbhKM

Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes

AbhLeip

Abhandlungen der Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, Philologisch-historische Klasse

AbhMainz

Abhandlungen der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse, ­Akademieder Wissenschaften und der Literatur in Mainz

AbhMünch

Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, München, Philosophisch-historische Klasse. Abhandlungen

ABL

C.H.E. Haspels, Attic Black-Figured Lekythoi (Paris 1936)

ABV

J.D. Beazley, Attic Black-Figure Vase-Painters (Oxford 1956)

Acme

Acme: Annali della Facoltà di Filosofia e Lettere dell'Università statale di Milano

ACNAC

Ancient Coins in North American Collections

ActaAArtHist

Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia

ActaArch

Acta archaeologica [Copenhagen]

ActaArchHung

Acta archaeologica Academiae scientiarum Hungaricae

ActaArchLov

Acta archaeologica Lovanensia

ActaInstRomFin

Acta Instituti romani Finlandiae

ActaLund

Acta Universitatis Lundensis

ActaNum

Acta numismatica

ActaOrHung

Acta orientalia Academiae scientiarum Hungaricae

ADAJ

Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan

AdI

Annali dell'Istituto di corrispondenza archeologica

Aegaeum

Aegaeum: Annales d'archéologie égéenne de l'Université de Liège

ÄgForsch

Ägyptologische Forschungen

AEM

Archäologisch epigraphische Mitteilungen aus Österreich-Ungarn

AÉpigr

L'Année épigraphique

AeR

Atene e Roma

Aevum

Aevum. Rassegna di scienze storiche, linguistiche e filologiche

AF

Archäologische Forschungen

AfO

Archiv für Orientforschung

Africa

Africa: Institut national d'Archéologie et d'Art [Tunis]

AfrIt

Africa italiana

AfrRom

L'Africa romana

Agora

Athenian Agora (Princeton 1953- )

AgoraPicBk

Excavations of the Athenian Agora: Picture Book (Princeton 1958- )

AHR

American Historical Review

AIABull

Bulletin of the Archaeological Institute of America

AIANews

Newsletter of the Archaeological Institute of America

AIIN

Annali dell'Istituto Italiano di Numismatica

AION

Annali dell'Istituto universitario orientali di Napoli

AJA

American Journal of Archaeology. The Journal of the Archaeological Institute of America

AJAH

American Journal of Ancient History

AJN

American Journal of Numismatics

AJP

American Journal of Philology

AJSL

American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures

Akkadica

Akkadica. Périodique bimestriel de la Fondation assyriologique Georges Dossin

Altertum

Das Altertum

AltO

Der alte Orient

AM

Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Athenische Abteilung

AM-BH

Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Athenische Abteilung: Beiheft

AmerAnt

American Antiquity

AMIran

Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran

Ampurias

Ampurias. Revista de prehistoria, arqueología y etnología

AmtlBer

Amtliche Berichte aus den königlichen Kunstsammlungen

AMUGS

Antike Münzen und geschnittene Steine

Anadolu

Anadolu. Revue annuelle des études d'archéologie et d'histoire en Turquie

AnalBoll

Analecta Bollandiana

AnalFran

Analecta Franciscana

AnalOr

Analecta Orientalia

AnalRom

Analecta Romana Instituti Danici

Anatolia

Anatolia. Revue annuelle de l'Institut d'archéologie de l'Université d'Ankara

Anatolica

Anatolica: Annuaire international pour les civilisations de l'Asie antérieure

AnatSt

Anatolian Studies. Journal of the British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara

AncEg

Ancient Egypt

AncW

The Ancient World

AnnAcFenn

Annales Academiae scientiarum Fennicae

AnnArch

Annales archéologiques

AnnArchBrux

Annales de la Société royale d'archéologie de Bruxelles

AnnArchStorAnt

Annali del Seminario di studi del mondo classico: Sezione di archeologia e storia antica

AnnBari

Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Università di Bari

AnnÉconSocCiv

Annales. Économie, sociétés, civilisations

AnnFaina

Annali della Fondazione per il Museo “Claudio Faina”

AnnInst

Annales Institutorum

AnnLiv

Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology [Liverpool]

AnnLux

Annales de l'Institut archéologique du Luxembourg [Arlon]

AnnNap

Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Università di Napoli

AnnParis

Annales de l'Université de Paris

AnnPerugia

Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Università degli studi di Perugia

AnnPhilHist

Annuaire, Institut de philologie et d'histoire, Université libre, Bruxelles

AnnPisa

Annali della Scuola normale superiore di Pisa

AnnRepCypr

Annual Report of the Director of the Department of Antiquities, Republic of Cyprus

AnnTor

Annuario della Accademia delle scienze di Torino

ANRW

H. Temporini, ed., Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt (Berlin 1972- )

ANSMN

American Numismatic Society Museum Notes

Antaeus

Antaeus. Mitteilungen des Archäologischen Instituts der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

AntAfr

Antiquités africaines

AntCl

L'Antiquité classique

AntCr

Antichità cretesi

AntDenk

Antike Denkmäler

AntHung

Antiquitas Hungarica

Antiquity

Antiquity. A Quarterly Review of Archaeology

AntJ

The Antiquaries Journal. The Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of London

AntK

Antike Kunst

AntK-BH

Antike Kunst. Beiheft

AntP

Antike Plastik

AntW

Antike Welt. Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte

AnzAW

Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft

AnzSchweiz

Anzeiger für schweizerische Altertumskunde

AnzWien

Anzeiger. Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, Philologisch-historische Klasse

AOAT

Alter Orient und Altes Testament

Apulum

Apulum. Acta Musei Apulensis

AquilNost

Aquileia nostra

AR

Archaeological Reports (supplement to JHS)

Archaeology

Archaeology. An Official Publication of the Archaeological Institute of America

Archaeometry

Archaeometry. Bulletin of the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, Oxford University

ArchAnthrop

Archiv für Anthropologie

ArchAusgr

Archäologische Ausgrabungen

ArchAustr

Archaeologia austriaca

ArchCl

Archeologia classica

ArchCyp

Archaeologia Cypria

ArchDelt

Archaiologikon Deltion

ArcheologiaPar

Archeologia. Trésors des âges [Paris]

ArcheologiaRom

Archeologia. Rivista bimestrale [Rome]

ArcheologiaWar

Archeologia. Rocznik Instytutu historii kultury materialnej Polskiej akademii nauk [Warsaw]

ArchEph

Archaiologike Ephemeris

ArchErt

Archaeologiai ertesítö

ArchEsp

Archivo español de arte y arqueología

ArchEspArq

Archivo español de arqueología

ArchEspArt

Archivo español de arte

ArchGeogr

Archaeologia geographica

ArchHom

F. Matz and H.G. Buchholz, eds., Archaeologia Homerica (Göttingen 1967- )

ArchInf

Archäologische Informationen. Mitteilungen zur Ur- und Frühgeschichte

Architectura

Architectura. Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Baukunst

ArchIug

Archaeologia iugoslavica

ArchJ

Archaeological Journal

ArchKF

Archiv für Keilschriftforschung

ArchKorrBl

Archaeologisches Korrespondenzblatt

ArchMiss

Archives des Missions scientifiques et littéraires

ArchNews

Archaeological News

ArchOrient

Archiv orientální

ArchPer

Archaeologia perusina

ArchPF

Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete

ArchPhilos

Archives de philosophie

ArchRW

Archiv für Religionswissenschaft

ArchSchw

Archäologie der Schweiz. Mitteilungsblatt der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte

ArchStor

Archivio storico italiano

ArchVen

Archeologia veneta

ArhVest

Arheoloski vestnik

ArqPort

O arqueólogo português

ArtB

The Art Bulletin

ArtJ

Art Journal

ARV2

J.D. Beazley, Attic Red-Figure Vase-Painters. 2nd ed. (Oxford 1963)

AS

Assyriological Studies

ASAE

Annales du Service des antiquités de l'Égypte

ASAtene

Annuario della Scuola archeologica di Atene e delle Missioni italiane in Oriente

ASE

Archaeological Survey of Egypt

ASR

C. Robert et al., Die antiken Sarkophagreliefs (Berlin 1890- )

Athenaeum

Athenaeum. Studi periodici di letteratura e storia dell'antichità, Università di Pavia

‘Atiqot

‘Atiqot. Journal of the Israel Department of Antiquities

AttiBol

Atti e memorie. Deputazione di storia patria per le province di Romagna [Bologna]

AttiCAntCl

Atti. Centro ricerche e documentazione sull'antichità classica

AttiCSDIR

Atti. Centro studi e documentazione sull'Italia romana

AttiCStR

Atti del Congresso nazionale di studi romani

AttiFir

Atti e memorie dell'Accademia toscana di scienze e lettere “La Colombaria” [Florence]

AttiIstr

Atti e memorie della Società istriana di archeologia e storia patria

AttiMGrecia

Atti e memorie della Società Magna Grecia

AttiMod

Atti e memorie. Deputazione di storia patria per le antiche province modenesi

AttiPal

Atti della Accademia di scienze, lettere e arti di Palermo

AttiPontAcc

Atti della Pontificia Accademia romana di archeologia

AttiTaranto

Atti del Convegno di studi sulla Magna Grecia, Taranto

AttiTor

Atti della Accademia delle scienze di Torino

AttiVen

Atti. Istituto veneto di scienze, lettere ed arti

AuChr

Antike und Christentum

AUF

Archiv für Urkundenforschung

AusgrFu

Ausgrabungen und Funde. Nachrichtenblatt für Vor- und Frühgeschichte

AvP

Altertümer von Pergamon

AZ

Archäologische Zeitung

BA

Beiträge zur Assyriologie

BAAlg

Bulletin d'archéologie algérienne

BABesch

Bulletin antieke beschaving. Annual Papers on Classical Archaeology

BAC

Bulletin archéologique du Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques

BACrist

Bullettino di archeologia cristiana

BAHBeyrouth

Bibliothèque archéologique et historique, Institut français d'archéologie de Beyrouth

BAHIstanbul

Bibliothèque archéologique et historique, Institut français d'archéologie de Istanbul

BalkSt

Balkan Studies

BaM

Baghdader Mitteilungen

BAMaroc

Bulletin d'archéologie marocaine

BANarb

Bulletin de la Commission archéologique de Narbonne

BAncLit

Bulletin d'ancienne littérature et d'archéologie chrétienne

BAntFr

Bulletin de la Société nationale des antiquaires de France

BAPD

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

BAProv

Bulletin archéologique du Provence

BAR

British Archaeological Reports

BAR-BS

British Archaeological Reports, British Series

BAR-IS

British Archaeological Reports, International Series

BASOR

Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research

BASP

Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists

BASPR

Bulletin of the American School of Prehistoric Research

BAssBudé

Bulletin de l'Association Guillaume Budé

BByzI

Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute

BCH

Bulletin de correspondance hellénique

BCH Suppl.

Bulletin de correspondance hellénique. Supplément

BClevMus

The Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art

BCSSA

Bollettino del Centro di studi per la storia dell'architettura

BdA

Bollettino d'arte

BdI

Bullettino dell'Istituto di corrispondenza archeological

Beazley Addenda2

T.H. Carpenter, Beazley Addenda: Additional References to ABV, ARV2 and Paralipomena (Oxford 1989)

BÉFAR

Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d'Athènes et de Rome

Belleten

Belleten. Türk tarih kurumu

Benndorf-Schöne

O. Benndorf and O. Schöne, Die antiken Bildwerke des Lateranensischen Museums (Leipzig 1867)

BÉO

Bulletin d'études orientales [Damascus]

BerlJV

Berliner Jahrbuch für Vor- und Frühgeschichte

BerlMus

Berliner Museen. Berichte aus den preussischen Kunstsammlungen

BerlNumZ

Berliner numismatische Zeitschrift

BerRGK

Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission

Berytus

Berytus. Archaeological Studies

BFAM

Bulletin of the Fogg Art Museum

BFC

Bollettino di filologia classica

BIABulg

Izvestija na Arheologiceskija institut. Bulletin de l'Institut archéologique bulgare

BIALond

Bulletin of the Institute of Archaeology of the University of London

BibAr

Bibliotheca archaeologica [Rome]

BiblArch

Biblical Archaeologist (see NEA)

BibM

Bibliotheca mesopotamica

BibO

Bibliotheca orientalis

BICS

Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London

BIÉ

Bulletin de l'Institut d'Égypte

BIES

Bulletin of the Israel Exploration Society

BIFAO

Bulletin de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale de Caire

BIHBelge

Bulletin de l'Institut historique belge de Rome

BIranInst

Bulletin of the Iranian Institute

BJb

Bonner Jahrbücher des rheinischen Landesmuseums in Bonn und des Vereins von Altertumsfreunden im Rheinlande

BJPES

Bulletin of the Jewish Palestine Exploration Society

BLund

Bulletin de la Société royale de lettres de Lund

BMC

Catalogue of the Greek Coins in the British Museum (London 1873- )

BMCR

Bryn Mawr Classical Review

BMCRE

Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum (London 1923- )

BMCRR

H.A. Grueber, Coins of the Roman Republic in the British Museum (London 1910)

BMF

Bulletin des Musées de France

BMFA

Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

BMFEA

Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities

BMMA

Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

BMon

Bulletin monumental

BMonMusPont

Bollettino dei monumenti, musei e gallerie Pontificie

BMOP

British Museum Occasional Paper

BMQ

British Museum Quarterly

BMusBeyr

Bulletin du Musée de Beyrouth

BMusBrux

Bulletin des Musées royaux d'art et d'histoire, Bruxelles

BMusHongr

Bulletin du Musée hongrois des beaux-arts

BMusImp

Bullettino del Museo dell'impero romano

BMusKöln

Museen in Köln. Bulletin

BMY

The British Museum Yearbook

BNum

Bulletin de numismatique

BOffInt

Bulletin de l'Office internationale des Instituts d'archéologie et d'histoire de l'art

BollMC

Bolletino dei Musei comunali di Roma

BOran

Bulletin trimestriel des antiquités africaines recueillés par les soins de la Société de géographie et d'archéologie de la Province d'Oran

Boreas

Boreas. Münstersche Beiträge zur Archäologie

BPI

Bollettino di paleontologia italiana

BPW

Berliner philologische Wochenschrift

BrBr

H. Brunn, Denkmäler griechischer und römischer Sculptur in historischer Anordnung (Munich: Bruckmann, 1888-1911)

Britannia

Britannia. A Journal of Romano-British and Kindred Studies

BrookMusQ

Brooklyn Museum Quarterly

BSA

Annual of the British School at Athens

BSAE

British School of Archaeology in Egypt, Publications

BSOAS

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies

BSocBulg

Bulletin de la Société archéologique bulgare

BSOS

Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies

BSPF

Bulletin de la Société préhistorique franĉaise

BSRAA

Bulletin de la Société royale d'archéologie d'Alexandrie

BStM

Bollettino dell'Associazione internazionale degli studi mediterranei

BullAIEMA

Bulletin d'information de l'Association internationale pour l'étude de la mosaïque antique

BullCom

Bullettino della Commissione archeologica Comunale di Roma

BullGov

Bullettino della Commissione archeologica del Governatorato di Roma

BullRoum

Académie roumaine, Bulletin de la section historique

BullZagreb

Bulletin international de l'Académie yugoslave [Zagreb]

BurlMag

The Burlington Magazine

BWPr

Winckelmannsprogramm der archäologischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin

Byzantion

Byzantion. Revue internationale des études byzantines

ByzArch

Byzantinisches Archiv

ByzZeit

Byzantinische Zeitschrift

CAD

The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago

Caesaraugusta

Caesaraugusta. Publicaciones del Seminario de arqueología y numismática

CaesMarit

The Joint Expedition to Caesarea Maritima, Excavation Reports

CAF

Congrès archéologique de France

CAG

Carte archéologique de la Gaule

CAH

Cambridge Ancient History

CahArch

Cahiers archéologiques

CahArchSubaq

Cahiers d'archéologie subaquatique

CahArt

Cahiers d'art

CahByrsa

Cahiers de Byrsa

CahÉtAnc

Cahiers des études anciennes

CahHistArch

Cahiers d'histoire et d'archéologie

CahNum

Cahiers numismatiques

CahRhod

Cahiers rhodaniens

CahTech

Cahiers techniques de l'art

CahTun

Cahiers de Tunisie

CAJ

Cambridge Archaeological Journal

CANE

Civilizations of the Ancient Near East

CB

L.D. Caskey and J.D. Beazley, Attic Vase Paintings in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Oxford 1931-1963)

CÉFR

Collection de l'École française de Rome

CHD

The Hittite Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago

ChicagoMS16

The Chicago Manual of Style. 16th ed. (Chicago 2010)

Chiron

Chiron. Mitteilungen der Kommission für alte Geschichte und Epigraphik des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts

CHR

Catholic Historical Review

ChrÉg

Chronique d'Égypte

CIA

Corpus inscriptionum atticarum

CIE

Corpus inscriptionum etruscarum

CIG

Corpus inscriptionum graecarum

CII

Corpus inscriptionum iudicarum

CIL

Corpus inscriptionum latinarum

CIS

Corpus inscriptionum semiticarum

CJ

Classical Journal

ClAnt

Classical Antiquity

ClMed

Classica et mediaevalia. Revue danoise de philologie et d'histoire

ClRh

Clara Rhodos

CMH

Cambridge Mediaeval History

CMS

Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel

CoinH

Coin Hoards

CollLatomus

Collection Latomus

CoMIK

J. Chadwick et al., Corpus of Mycenaean Inscriptions from Knossos (Cambridge 1986-1998)

Corinth

Corinth. Results of Excavations Conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens

CP

Classical Philology

CPCA

University of California Publications in Classical Archaeology

CPCP

University of California Publications in Classical Philology

CPJ

Corpus papyrorum Judaicarum

CQ

Classical Quarterly

CR

Classical Review

CRAI

Comptes rendus des séances de l'Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres [Paris]

CretChron

Kretika chronika. Keimena kai meletai tes kretikes istorias

CronCatania

Cronache di archeologia e di storia dell'arte, Università di Catania

CronErcol

Cronache ercolanensi

CronPomp

Cronache pompeiane

CRPétersb

Compte-rendu de la Commission impériale archéologique, St. Pétersbourg

CSCA

University of California Studies in Classical Antiquity

CSCO

Corpus scriptorum christianorum orientalium

CSE

Corpus speculorum etruscorum

CSEL

Corpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum latinorum

CSIR

Corpus signorum imperii romani

CUE

Corpus delle urne etrusche di eta ellenistics

CurrAnthr

Current Anthropology

CVA

Corpus vasorum antiquorum

CVind

Commentationes Vindobonenses

CW

Classical World

Dacia

Dacia. Revue d'archéologie et d'histoire ancienne

DACL

F. Cabrol and E. Leclercq, Dictionnaire d'archéologie chrétienne et de liturgie (Paris 1907-1953)

DAF

Documents d'archéologie française

DarSag

C. Daremberg and E. Saglio, Dictionnaire des antiquités grecques et romaines (Paris 1875)

Dédalo

Dédalo. Revista de arte e arqueologia

Délos

Exploration archéologique de Délos faite par l'École française d'Athènes

DenkschrWien

Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, Philosophisch-historische Klasse. Denkschriften

DialArch

Dialoghi di archeologia

Dioniso

Dioniso. Trimestrale di studi sul teatro antico

DissPan

Dissertationes Pannonicae

DissPontAcc

Atti della Pontificia Accademia romana di archeologia. Dissertazioni

DJbN

Deutsches Jahrbuch für Numismatik

DLZ

Deutsche Literaturzeitung

DM

Damaszener Mitteilungen

Docs1

M. Ventris and J. Chadwick, Documents in Mycenaean Greek (Cambridge 1956)

Docs2

M. Ventris and J. Chadwick, Documents in Mycenaean Greek. 2nd ed. (Cambridge 1973)

DOP

Dumbarton Oaks Papers

DossPar

Histoire et archéologie. Les dossiers [Paris]

EA

P. Arndt and W. Amelung, Photographische Einzelaufnahmen antiker Skulpturen (Munich 1893-1940)

EAA

Enciclopedia dell'arte antica, classica e orientale (Rome 1958-1984)

EchCl

Echos du monde classique. Classical Views

EchOr

Echos d'Orient

EEF

Egypt Exploration Fund

EES

Egypt Exploration Society

ÉHPR

Études d'histoire et de philosophie religieuses

EHR

English Historical Review

EJA

European Journal of Archaeology

Eirene

Eirene. Studia graeca et latina

Emerita

Emerita. Boletín de linguística y filología clásica

EntrHardt

Entretiens Hardt

Eos

Eos. Commentarii Societatis philologae polonorum

EpetByz

Epeteris Etaireias Buzantinon spoudon

EphDac

Ephemeris dacoromana

EphEp

Ephemeris epigraphica

Ephesos

Forschungen in Ephesos veröffentlicht vom Österreichischen Archäologischen Institut in Wien

EpigAnat

Epigraphica Anatolica. Zeitschrift für Epigraphik und historische Geographie Anatoliens

Epigraphica

Epigraphica. Rivista italiana di epigrafia

EPK

Egyetemes philologiai Közlöny

ÉPRO

Études préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l'empire romain

EpSt

Epigraphische Studien

EranJb

Eranos Jahrbuch

Eranos

Eranos. Acta philologica suecana

Ergon

To Ergon tes Archaiologikes Etaireias

ErIsr

Eretz-Israel

ES

Etruskische Spiegel

ESA

Eurasia septentrionalis antiqua

Espérandieu

E. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues, et bustes de la Gaule romaine (Paris 1907- )

ET

H. Rix, Etruskische Texte: Editio minor (Tübingen 1991)

ÉtBalk

Études balkaniques

ÉtByz

Études byzantines

ÉtCelt

Études celtiques

ÉtCl

Les études classiques

ÉtCrét

Études crétoises

EthnolAnz

Ethnologischer Anzeiger

Ethnos

Ethnos. Revista do Instituto português de arqueologia, história e etnografia

ÉtPap

Études de papyrologie

EtrStud

Etruscan Studies. Journal of the Etruscan Foundation.

ÉtTrav

Études et travaux. Studia i prace. Travaux du Centre d'archéologie méditerranéenne de l’Académie des sciences polonaise

EVP

J.D. Beazley, Etruscan Vase Painting (Oxford 1947)

EW

East and West

ExcArqEsp

Excavaciones arqueológicas en España

Expedition

Expedition. Bulletin of the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania

FA

Fasti archaeologici

FdD

Fouilles de Delphes, École Française d'Athènes

FelRav

Felix Ravenna

FGrHist

F. Jacoby, Fragmente der griechischen Historiker (Berlin 1923- )

FHG

K. Müller, Fragmenta historicorum graecorum (Frankfurt 1975, repr. of 1841-1938 eds.)

FIFAO

Fouilles de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale

Figlina

Figlina. Documents du Laboratoire de céramologie de Lyon

Fittschen-Zanker

K. Fittschen and P. Zanker, Katalog der römischen Porträts in den Capitolinischen Museen und den anderen kommunalen Sammlungen der Stadt Rom (Mainz 1985- )

FolArch

Folia archaeologica. Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum Történeti Múzeumänak Évkönyve

FolOr

Folia orientalia

FR

A. Furtwängler and K. Reichhold, Griechische Vasenmalerei (Munich 1900-1925)

Franchthi

Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece

FuB

Forschungen und Berichte. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

FuF

Forschungen und Fortschritte

GacNum

Gaceta numismática [Barcelona]

Gallia

Gallia. Fouilles et monuments archéologiques en France métropolitaine

GalliaPrHist

Gallia préhistoire

GaR

Greece and Rome

GazArch

Gazette archéologique

GBA

Gazette des beaux-arts

GCS

Griechische christliche Schriftsteller der ersten drei Jahrhunderte

Genava

Genava. Bulletin du Musée de Genève

Gercke-Norden

A. Gercke and E. Norden, Einleitung in die Altertumswissenschaft (Leipzig 1910-1912)

Germania

Germania. Anzeiger der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts

GettyMusJ

The J. Paul Getty Museum Journal

GGA

Göttingische gelehrte Anzeiger

GGR3

M.P. Nilsson, Geschichte der griechischen Religion. 3rd ed. (Munich 1967)

Glotta

Glotta. Zeitschrift für griechische und lateinische Sprache

Gnomon

Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft

GORILA

L. Godart and J.-P. Olivier, Recueil des inscriptions en Linéaire A (Paris 1976- )

GöttNachr

Nachrichten von der Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen

GPVJ

Gesellschaft pro Vindonissa. Jahresbericht

GrazBeitr

Grazer Beiträge

GRBM

Greek, Roman and Byzantine Monographs

GRBS

Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies

GRBSA

Greek, Roman and Byzantine Scholarly Aids

GrCirclB

G.E. Mylonas, Grave Circle B of Mycenae (Lund 1964)

Gymnasium

Gymnasium. Zeitschrift für Kultur der Antike und humanistische Bildung

HallWPr

Hallisches Winckelmannsprogramm

HBA

Hamburger Beiträge zur Archäologie

HBN

Hamburger Beiträge zur Numismatik

HdA

Handbuch der Archäologie (Handbuch der Altertumswissenschaft, Berlin 1931- )

Helbig4

W. Helbig, Führer durch die öffentlichen Sammlungen klassischer Altertümer in Rom. 4th ed. supervised by H. Speier (Tübingen 1963-1972)

Heldensage3

F. Brommer, Vasenlisten zur griechischen Heldensage. 3rd ed. (Marburg 1973)

Helikon

Helikon. Rivista di tradizione e cultura classica

Helinium

Helinium. Revue consacrée à l'archéologie des Pays-Bas, de la Belgique et du Grand Duché de Luxembourg

Helios

Helios. Journal of the Classical Association of the Southwestern United States

HelvArch

Helvetia archaeologica

Hephaistos

Hephaistos. Kritische Zeitschrift zur Theorie und Praxis der Archäologie und angrenzendes Wissenschaften

Hermes

Hermes. Zeitschrift für klassische Philologie

Hesperia

Hesperia. The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens

HispAnt

Hispania antigua. Revista de historia antigua

Historia

Historia. Zeitschrift für alte Geschichte

HistrArch

Histria archaeologica

HJ

Historisches Jahrbuch

HSCP

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology

HTR

Harvard Theological Review

HuelvaArq

Huelva arqueológica

HZ

Historische Zeitschrift

ICr

Inscriptiones creticae

IEJ

Israel Exploration Journal

IG

Inscriptiones graecae

IGCH

C. Kraay, O. Mørkholm, and M. Thompson, An Inventory of Greek Coin Hoards (New York 1973)

IGForsch

Indogermanische Forschungen

IGLSyr

Inscriptions grecques et latines de la Syrie

IGRR

Inscriptiones graecae ad res romanas pertinentes

II

Inscriptiones Italiae

IJb

Indogermanisches Jahrbuch

IJCT

International Journal of the Classical Tradition

IJMES

International Journal for Middle East Studies

IJNA

International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration

ILLRP

H. Degrassi, Inscriptiones latinae liberae rei publicae (Rome 1957-)

ILN

The Illustrated London News

ILS

H. Dessau, ed., Inscriptiones latinae selectae (1892-1916)

IMJ

Israel Museum Journal

IMN

Israel Museum News

INJ

Israel Numismatic Journal

IntArch

Internet Archaeology

IOS

Israel Oriental Studies

Iran

Iran. Journal of the British Institute of Persian Studies

IrAnt

Iranica antiqua

Iraq

Iraq, published by the British School of Archaeology in Iraq

IsMEO

Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente

IstArkMüzYill

Istanbul Arkeologi Müzeleri Yilligi

IstForsch

Istanbuler Forschungen

IstMitt

Istanbuler Mitteilungen

IstMitt-BH

Istanbuler Mitteilungen. Beiheft

Italica

Italica. Cuadernos de trabajos de la Escuela española de historica y arqueología en Roma

JaarbAkAmst

Jaarboek van de Akademie te Amsterdam

JAC

Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum

JANER

Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions

JANES

Journal of the Ancient Near East Society of Columbia University

JAnthArch

Journal of Anthropological Archaeology

JAOS

Journal of the American Oriental Society

JARCE

Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt

JAS

Journal of Archaeological Science

JBerlMus

Jahrbuch der Berliner Museen

JBernHistMus

Jahrbuch des Bernischen historischen Museums

JBL

Journal of Biblical Literature

JCS

Journal of Cuneiform Studies

JdI

Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts

JdI-EH

Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts. Ergänzungsheft

JEA

The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology

JEOL

Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch-egyptisch genootschap “Ex Oriente Lux”

JESHO

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

JFA

Journal of Field Archaeology

JGH

Journal of Garden History (continued by SHG)

JGött

Jahrbuch der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Göttingen

JGS

Journal of Glass Studies

JHS

Journal of Hellenic Studies

JIAN

Journal international d'archéologie numismatique

JIES

Journal of Indo-European Studies

JJurP

Journal of Juristic Papyrology

JKF

Jahrbuch für kleinasiatische Forschung

JKSW

Jahrbuch der Kunsthistorischen Sammlungen in Wien

JMA

Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology

JMainz

Jahrbuch. Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur [Mainz]

JMFA

Journal of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

JMithSt

Journal of Mithraic Studies

JMünch

Jahrbuch. Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften [Munich]

JNES

Journal of Near Eastern Studies

JNG

Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte

JÖBG

Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinischen Gesellschaft

JOS

Journal of Oman Studies

JP

Journal of Philology

JPKB

Jahrbuch preussischer Kulturbesitz

JPKS

Jahrbuch der preussischen Kunstsammlungen

JPOS

Journal of the Palestine Oriental Society

JPR

Journal of Prehistoric Religion

JQR

Jewish Quarterly Review

JRA

Journal of Roman Archaeology

JRAI

Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute

JRAS

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

JRel

Journal of Religion

JRGS

Journal of the Royal Geographic Society

JRGZM

Jahrbuch des Römisch-germanischen Zentralmuseums, Mainz

JRS

Journal of Roman Studies

JSAH

Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians

JSav

Journal des savants

JSOR

Journal of the Society of Oriental Research

JSS

Journal of Semitic Studies

JThS

Journal of Theological Studies

Jura

Jura. Rivista internazionale di diritto romano e antico

JWalt

Journal of the Walters Art Gallery

JWarb

Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes

Kadmos

Kadmos. Zeitschrift für vor- und frühgriechische Epigraphik

Kairos

Kairos. Zeitschrift für Religionswissenschaft und Theologie

Karo

G. Karo, Die Schachtgräber von Mykenai (Munich 1930-1933)

Karthago

Karthago. Revue d'archéologie africaine

Kenchreai

Kenchreai. Eastern Port of Corinth. Results of Investigations by the ­University of Chicago and Indiana University for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens

Kerameikos

Kerameikos. Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen

KF

Kleinasiatische Forschungen

KirchPA

J.E. Kirchner, Prosopographia attica (Chicago 1981, repr. of 1901-1903 ed.)

Klearchos

Klearchos. Bollettino dell'Associazione amici del Museo nazionale di Reggio Calabria

Klio

Klio. Beiträge zur alten Geschichte

KlPauly

Der kleine Pauly. Lexicon der Antike

KMT

KMT. A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt

Kokalos

Kokalos. Studi pubblicati dall'Istituto di storia antica dell'Università di Palermo

KölnJb

Kölner Jahrbuch für Vor- und Frühgeschichte

Lexicon der Ägyptologie

Latinitas

Latinitas. Commentarii linguae latinae excolendae

Latomus

Latomus. Revue d'études latines

LCM

Liverpool Classical Monthly

Levant

Levant. Journal of the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem and the British Institute at Amman for Archaeology and History

LibAnt

Libya antiqua

LibSt

Libyan Studies

LIMC

Lexicon iconographicum mythologiae classicae (Zurich and Munich 1974- )

LitArts

Liturgical Arts

LSA

Lavori e studi di archeologia pubblicati dalla Soprintendenza archeologica di Roma

LSJ

H.G. Liddell, R. Scott, and H. Stuart Jones, Greek-English Lexicon. 9th ed. (Oxford 1940)

LTUR

E.M. Steinby, ed., Lexicon topographicum urbis romae (Rome 1993)

L'Urbe

L'Urbe. Rivista romana

Le moyen âge

MAAR

Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome

MAGW

Mitteilungen der anthropologischen Gesellschaft [Vienna]

Maia

Maia. Rivista di letterature classiche

MAMA

Monumenta Asiae minoris antiqua

MAntFr

Mémoires de la Société nationale des antiquaires de France

MarbWPr

Marburger Winckelmann-Programm

Mari

Mari. Annales de recherches interdisciplinaires

Marsyas

Marsyas. Studies in the History of Art

MASCAJ

MASCA Journal. Museum Applied Science Center for Archaeology, University Museum, University of Pennsylvania

MASCAP

MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology

Matz-Duhn

F. Matz and F. von Duhn, Antike Bildwerke in Rom (Leipzig 1881-1882)

MCl

Il mondo classico

MDAV

Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologen-Verbandes

MdF

Musées de France

MdI

Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts

MDIK

Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo

MDOG

Mitteilungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft zu Berlin

MDP

Mémoires de la Délégation franĉaise en Perse

Meded

Mededeelingen van het Nederlands Historisch Instituut te Rome

MedHum

Medievalia et humanistica

MeditArch

Mediterranean Archaeology. Australian and New Zealand Journal for the Archaeology of the Mediterranean World

MedKøb

Meddelelser fra Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek [Copenhagen]

MedMusB

Medelhavsmuseet, Bulletin [Stockholm]

MedRen

Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies

MÉFR

Mélanges d'archéologie et d'histoire de l'École française de Rome

MÉFRA

Mélanges de l'École française de Rome, Antiquité

MÉFRM

Mélanges de l'École française de Rome. Moyen âge, temps modernes

MélBeyrouth

Mélanges de l'Université Saint Joseph, Beyrouth

MémAcInscr

Mémoires présentés par divers savants à l'Académie des inscriptions et belles lettres [Paris]

MemBol

Atti della Accademia delle scienze dell'Istituto di Bologna. Memorie

MemLinc

Memorie. Atti della Accademia nazionale dei Lincei, Classe di scienze morali, storiche e filologiche

MemNap

Memorie dell'Accademia di archeologia, lettere e belle arti di Napoli

MemPontAcc

Memorie. Atti della Pontificia Accademia romana di archeologia

Mesopotamia

Mesopotamia. Rivista di archeologia

MF

Madrider Forschungen

MGH

Monumenta Germaniae historica

MIÉ

Mémoires de l'Institut d'Égypte

Migne, PG

J.P. Migne, Patrologia graeca (Paris 1928-1936)

Migne, PL

J.P. Migne, Patrologia latina (Paris 1879)

Milet

Milet. Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen und Untersuchungen seit dem Jahre 1899

Minerva

Minerva. The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology [London]

Minos

Minos. Revista de filología egea

MIO

Mitteilungen des Instituts für Orientforschung

MittNumGes

Mitteilungen, Numismatische Gesellschaft [Vienna]

MLJ

Modern Language Journal

MLN

Modern Language Notes

MM

Madrider Mitteilungen

MMAJ

Metropolitan Museum of Art Journal

MMR2

M.P. Nilsson, The Minoan-Mycenaean Religion. 2nd ed. (Lund 1950)

MMS

Metropolitan Museum Studies

Mnemosyne

Mnemosyne. Bibliotheca classica batava

MÖIG

Mitteilungen des Österreichischen Instituts für Geschichtsforschung

MonAnt

Monumenti antichi

MÖNG

Mitteilungen der Österreichischen numismatischen Gesellschaft

MonInst

Monumenti inediti pubblicati dall'Instituto di corrispondenzaarcheologica

MonPiot

Monuments et mémoires. Fondation E. Piot

MüJb

Münchener Jahrbuch der bildenden Kunst

MünchBeitr

Münchener Beiträge zur Papyrusforschung und antiken Rechtsgeschichte

MusB

Musée belge

Muse

Muse. Annual of the Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Missouri

MusHelv

Museum Helveticum

MusJ

Museum Journal [Philadelphia]

MusKöln

Museen in Köln. Bulletin

MVAG

Mitteilungen der vorderasiatisch-aegyptischen Gesellschaft

MVEOL

Mededeelingen en Verhandelingen ex Oriente Lux

MZ

Mainzer Zeitschrift

NA

Neues Archiv der Gesellschaft für ältere deutsche Geschichtskunde

NAHisp

Noticiario arqueológico hispánico

NAkG

Nachrichten von der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Göttingen

Nash

E. Nash, Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome. 2nd ed. (New York 1968)

NatGeogRes

National Geographic Research

NC

Numismatic Chronicle

NCirc

Numismatic Circular

NEA

Near Eastern Archaeology (formerly BiblArch)

Nichoria

Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece

NJbb

[Neue] Jahrbücher für Philologie und Pädagogik; Neue Jahrbücher für das klassische Altertum; Neue Jahrbücher für Wissenschaft und Jugendbildung

NL

Numismatic Literature

NLB

Numismatisches Literaturblatt

NNM

American Numismatic Society. Numismatic Notes and Monographs

NomChron

Nomismatika chronika

NouvArch

Nouvelles archives des Missions scientifiques

NouvClio

La nouvelle Clio

NR

Numismatic Review

NS

American Numismatic Society. Numismatic Studies

NSc

Notizie degli scavi di antichità

NTDAR

L. Richardson, A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Baltimore 1992)

NumAntCl

Numismatica e antichità classiche. Quaderni ticinesi

Numen

Numen. International Review for the History of Religions

NumJ

Numismatic Journal

NuovB

Nuovo bulletino di archeologia cristiana

NZ

Numismatische Zeitschrift

OA

Oriens antiquus

OAr

Orientalisches Archiv

OC

Oriens christianus

OCD3

S. Hornblower and A. Spawforth, eds., The Oxford Classical Dictionary. 3rd ed. (Oxford 1996)

OGIS

Orientis Graeci inscriptiones selectae

OIC

Oriental Institute Communications

OIP

Oriental Institute Publications

OJA

Oxford Journal of Archaeology

ÖJh

Jahreshefte des Österreichischen archäologischen Instituts in Wien

ÖJhBeibl

Jahreshefte der Österreichischen archäologischen Instituts in Wien, Beiblatt

OlBer

Bericht über die Ausgrabungen in Olympia

OLD

Oxford Latin Dictionary (Oxford 1982)

OlForsch

Olympische Forschungen

Olynthos

Excavations at Olynthos

OLZ

Orientalische Literaturzeitung

OpArch

Opuscula archaeologica

OpAth

Opuscula Atheniensia

OpAthRom

Opuscula. Annual of the Swedish Institutes at Athens and Rome

OpFin

Opuscula Instituti romani Finlandiae

OpPh

Opuscula philologica

OpRom

Opuscula Romana

Ostraka

Ostraka. Rivista di antichita

OWAN

Old World Archaeology Newsletter

PAAR

American Academy in Rome. Papers and Monographs

PAES

Publications of the Princeton University Archaeological Expeditions to Syria

Paléorient

Paléorient. Interdisciplinary Review of Prehistory and Protohistory of Southwestern Asia

PalJb

Palästinajahrbuch

Palladio

Palladio. Rivista di storia dell'architettura

Pantheon

Pantheon. Internationale Zeitschrift für Kunst

PAPS

Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society

Paralipomena

J.D. Beazley, Paralipomena (Oxford 1971)

PastPres

Past and Present

PBSR

Papers of the British School at Rome

PCPS

Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society

PECS

R. Stillwell et al., eds., Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites (Princeton 1976)

PEFA

Palestine Exploration Fund Annual

PEFQ

Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly Statement

PEQ

Palestine Exploration Quarterly

Persica

Persica. Jaarboek van het Genootschap Nederland-Iran

PetMitt

Petermanns Mitteilungen

PGC

H.G. Buchholz and V. Karageorghis, Prehistoric Greece and Cyprus (London 1973)

Philologus

Philologus. Zeitschrift für klassische Philologie

PhilWoch

Philologische Wochenschrift

Phoenix

Phoenix. The Classical Association of Canada

PIR

Prosopographia imperii romani

Platner-Ashby

S.B. Platner and T. Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (London 1929)

PO

Patrologia Orientalis

Pontica

Pontica. Studii si materiale de istorie, arheologie si muzeografie, Constanta

PP

La parola del passato

PPS

Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society

PQ

Philological Quarterly

Prakt

Praktika tes en Athenais Archaiologikes Etaireias

PraktAkAth

Praktika tes Akademias Athenon

PreussJb

Preussische Jahrbücher

ProcBritAc

Proceedings of the British Academy

ProcJPES

Proceedings of the Jewish Palestine Exploration Society

ProcPhilAs

Proceedings of the American Philological Association

ProcRNS

Proceedings of the Royal Numismatic Society

Prometheus

Prometheus. Rivista quadrimestrale di studi classici

Prospettiva

Prospettiva. Rivista d'arte antica e moderna

ProvHist

Provence historique

PrzArch

Przeglad archeologiczny

PrzKl

Przeglad klasyczny

PZ

Prähistorische Zeitschrift

QAL

Quaderni di archeologia della Libia

QArchEtr

Quaderni del Centro di studio per l'archeologia etrusco-italica

QDAP

Quarterly of the Department of Antiquities in Palestine

Qedem

Qedem. Monographs of the Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

QITA

Quaderni dell'Istituto di topografia antica della Università di Roma

RA

Revue archéologique

RACentre

Revue archéologique du Centre consacrée aux antiquités nationales

RACrist

Rivista di archeologia cristiana

RAEst

Revue archéologique de l'Est et du Centre-Est

RAfr

Revue africaine

RALouvain

Revue des archéologues et historiens d'art de Louvain

RANarb

Revue archéologique de Narbonnaise

RArq

Revista di arqueología

RassIGI

Rassegna indo-greco-italica

RAssyr

Revue d'assyriologie et d'archéologie orientale

RASyr

Revue archéologique syrienne

RBArch

Revue belge d'archéologie et d'histoire de l'art

RBibl

Revue biblique

RBN

Revue belge de numismatique et de sigillographie

RBPhil

Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire

RCRFActa

Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta

RdA

Rivista di archeologia

RDAC

Report of the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus

RE

Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encyclopädie der klassischen Altertumswissenschaft (1893- )

RÉA

Revue des études anciennes

RÉByz

Revue des études byzantines

RecSciRel

Recherches de science religieuse

RecTrav

Recueil de travaux relatifs à la philologie et à l'archéologie égyptiennes et assyriennes

RÉg

Revue d'égyptologie

RÉG

Revue des études grecques

RÉgA

Revue de l'Égypte ancienne

RÉH

Revue des études historiques

RÉHom

Revue des études homériques

RÉI

Revue des études islamiques

RÉL

Revue des études latines

RendAccIt

Atti della R. Accademia d'Italia. Rendiconti della classe di scienze morali

RendBol

Atti della Accademia delle scienze dell'Istituto di Bologna. Rendiconti

RendIstLomb

Rendiconti. Istituto lombardo, Accademia di scienze e lettere

RendLinc

Atti dell'Accademia nazionale dei Lincei. Rendiconti

RendNap

Rendiconti dell'Accademia di archeologia, lettere e belle arti, Napoli

RendPontAcc

Atti della Pontificia Accademia romana di archeologia. Rendiconti

RÉpigr

Revue épigraphique

RepKunstW

Repertorium für Kunstwissenschaft

RÉS

Revue des études sémitiques

RHA

Revue hittite et asianique

RHist

Revue historique

RhM

Rheinisches Museum für Philologie

RHR

Revue de l'histoire des religions

RIC

The Roman Imperial Coinage (London 1923- )

RIN

Rivista italiana di numismatica e scienze affini

RivFil

Rivista di filologia e d'istruzione classica

RivIstArch

Rivista dell'Istituto nazionale d'archeologia e storia dell'arte

RivStorAnt

Rivista storica dell'antichità

RivStorIt

Rivista storica italiana

RLA

Reallexikon der Assyriologie und voderasiatischen Archäologie

RLouvre

La revue du Louvre et des musées de France

RLV

Reallexikon der Vorgeschichte

RM

Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Römische Abteilung

RM-EH

Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Römische Abteilung. Ergänzungsheft

RN

Revue numismatique

RömÖ

Römisches Österreich. Jahresschrift der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Archäologie

RömQSchr

Römische Quartalschrift für christliche Altertumskunde und Kirchengeschichte

ROrChr

Revue de l'Orient chrétien

Roscher

W.H. Roscher, Griechischen und römischen Mythologie (Leipzig 1897-1902)

RPhil

Revue de philologie, de littérature et d'histoire anciennes

RSGR

S. Reinach, Répertoire de la statuaire grecque et romaine (Paris 1897-1924)

RSO

Rivista degli studi orientali

RStFen

Rivista di studi fenici

RStLig

Rivista di studi liguri

RStPomp

Rivista di studi pompeiani

RVAp

A.D. Trendall and A. Cambitoglou, The Red-Figured Vases of Apulia (Oxford 1978- )

SaalbJb

Saalburg-Jahrbuch. Bericht des Saalburg-Museums

SAOC

Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilizations

SardisMon

Archaeological Exploration of Sardis. Monograph

SardisRep

Archaeological Exploration of Sardis. Report

SBBerl

Sitzungsberichte der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Klasse für Sprachen, Literatur und Kunst

SBHeid

Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-historische Klasse

SBLeip

Sitzungsberichte der Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig

SBMünch

Sitzungsberichte, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften [München], Philosophisch- historische Klasse

SBWien

Sitzungsberichte, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften [Wien], Philosophisch-historische Klasse

ScAnt

Scienze dell'Antichita: Storia, archeologia, antropologia (Rome 1987-)

SchwMbll

Schweizer Münzblätter

SEG

Supplementum epigraphicum graecum

SemKond

Seminarium Kondakovianum

SHG

Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes (continuation of JGH)

SicArch

Sicilia archeologica

SIG

W. Dittenberger, Sylloge inscriptionum graecarum (Leipzig 1883- )

SIMA

Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology

SIMA-PB

Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology and Literature. Pocketbook

SkrAth

Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen

SkrLund

Skrifter utgivna av Vetenskaps-Societeten i Lund

SkrRom

Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Rom

SkrUppsala

Skrifter utgivna av K. Humanist. Vetenskaps-Samfundet i Uppsala

SlovArch

Slovenská archeológia

SLS

Society for Libyan Studies, Annual Report

SMEA

Studi micenei ed egeo-anatolici

SMS

Syro-Mesopotamian Studies

SNG

Sylloge nummorum graecorum

SNR

Schweizerische numismatische Rundschau. Revue suisse de numismatique

SovArch

Sovetskaja archeologija

StädelJb

Städel-Jahrbuch

Stadion

Stadion. Zeitschrift für Geschichte des Sports und der Körperkultur

StAncTech

Studies in Ancient Technology

StArch

Studia archaeologica

StBiz

Studi bizantini e neoellenici

StClas

Studii clasice. Societatea de studii clasice din Republica Socialista România

StEb

Studi eblaiti

StEtr

Studi etruschi

StIr

Studia iranica

StIt

Studi italiani di filologia classica

StMat

Studi e materiali. Soprintendenza ai beni archeologici per la Toscana

StMisc

Studi miscellanei. Seminario di archeologia e storia dell'arte greca e romana dell'Università di Roma

Stobi

Studies in the Antiquities of Stobi

StPap

Studia papyrologica

StrennaRom

Strenna dei Romanisti

StRom

Studi romani

StSard

Studi sardi

Stuart Jones, Cap.

H. Stuart Jones, A Catalogue of the Ancient Sculptures Preserved in the Municipal Collections of Rome: The Sculptures of the Museo Capitolino (Oxford 1926)

Stuart Jones, Cons.

H. Stuart Jones, A Catalogue of the Ancient Sculptures Preserved in the Municipal Collections of Rome: The Sculptures of the Palazzo dei Conservatori (Oxford 1912)

Sumer

Sumer. A Journal of Archaeology and History in Iraq

SwCyprusExp

The Swedish Cyprus Expedition

SymbOslo

Symbolae osloenses

Syria

Syria. Revue d'art oriental et d'archéologie

Talanta

Talanta. Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society

TAPA

Transactions of the American Philological Association

TAPS

Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

Taras

Taras. Rivista di archeologia

TelAviv

Tel Aviv. Journal of the Tel Aviv University, Institute of Archaeology

TfK

Tidskrift för Konstvetenskap

Thera

Excavations at Thera

ThLE

Thesaurus linguae etruscae (Rome 1978- )

ThLZ

Theologische Literaturzeitung

TKB

G. Mylonas, O taphikos kyklos B ton Mykenon (Athens 1972-1973)

TLE2

M. Pallottino, Testimonia linguae etruscae. 2nd ed. (Florence 1968)

TLG

Thesaurus linguae graecae

TLL

Thesaurus linguae latinae

TLS

Times Literary Supplement

Travlos, Athens

I. Travlos, Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Athens (London 1971)

Travlos, Attika

I. Travlos, Bildlexikon zur Topographie des antiken Attika (Tübingen 1988)

TravMém

Travaux et mémoires. Centre de recherche d'histoire et civilisation byzantine, Paris

TrWPr

Trierer Winckelmannsprogramme

TrZ

Trierer Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Kunst des Trierer Landes und seiner Nachbargebiete

TTAED

Türk Tarih, Arkeologya ve etnografya dergisi

TUAS

Temple University Aegean Symposium

TürkArkDerg

Türk arkeoloji dergisi

UAVA

Untersuchungen zur Assyriologie und Vorderasiatischen Archäologie

UCLAMon

University of California at Los Angeles, Institute of Archaeology, Monograph

UCLAPap

University of California at Los Angeles, Institute of Archaeology, Occasional Paper

UgaritF

Ugarit-Forschungen. Internationales Jahrbuch für die Altertumskunde Syrien-Palästinas

UMI

University Microfilms

UPMB

University of Pennsylvania Museum Bulletin

UppsÅrsskr

Uppsala Universitets Årsskrift

VDI

Vestnik drevnej istorii

VigChr

Vigiliae christianae

VuG

Vergangenheit und Gegenwart

WeltIsl

Die Welt des Islam

WJh

Wiener Jahreshefte

WKP

Wochenschrift für klassische Philologie

WorldArch

World Archaeology

WPZ

Wiener prähistorische Zeitschrift

WS

Wiener Studien

WürzJbb

Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft

WVDOG

Wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft

WZKM

Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes

Xenia

Xenia. Semestrale di antichità

YaleBull

Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin

YCS

Yale Classical Studies

ZA

Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und vorderasiatische Archäologie

ZÄS

Zeitschrift für ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde

ZATW

Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft

ZChrK

Zeitschrift für christliche Kunst

ZDA

Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum

ZDMG

Zeitschrift der deutschen morgenländischen Gesellschaft

ZDPV

Zeitschrift des deutschen Palästina-Vereins

ZfA

Zeitschrift für Archäologie

ZfE

Zeitschrift für Ethnologie

ZfK

Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte

ZfN

Zeitschrift für Numismatik

ZivaAnt

Ziva antika. Antiquité vivante

ZNTW

Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft

ZÖstG

Zeitschrift für die Österreichischen Gymnasien

ZPE

Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik

ZSav

Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte

ZSchwArch

Zeitschrift für schweizerische Archäologie und Kunstgeschichte

ZSchwG

Zeitschrift für schweizerische Geschichte

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Copyright Permission Form Template

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{accordion template="AG" uitheme="humanity1"}Editorial Policy::1.1 Archaeologia Cypria is the journal of the Association of Cypriot Archaeologists and has been in circulation since 1985. The principal scope of Archaeologia Cypria, as defined by the Board of the Association of Cypriot Archaeologists, is the publication of articles regarding archaeological material and monuments of all types and periods associated with the island of Cyprus. The Board welcomes the submission of articles that fall under the general definition above, as well as research articles that announce new archaeological discoveries, interim reports from excavations, papers presenting new information on archaeological material, papers that bridge the gap between theory and practice in the archaeology of Cyprus or apply novel theoretical frameworks for the interpretation of archaeological data in the archaeology of Cyprus, as well as papers that apply new field and analytical methods on archaeological materials from Cyprus.

1.2 In accord with the Antiquities Law of Cyprus the journal does not accept any manuscript that serves as the primary publication of archaeological material that dates after 1850 AD and any ecclesiastical and folk art materials that date after 1940 AD. Furthermore the journal in line with the Archaeological Institute of America’s Code of Ethics does not accept for publication any information regarding archaeological objects acquired after 30 December 1970 by public or private collections, if they lack proof of legal acquisition and if the object was not part of a previously existing collection. Added to the above the journal does not accept for publication post-1974 archaeological information regarding any type of archaeological material, site or monument in the areas not under the effective control of the Republic of Cyprus, as this is considered to infringe the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and the UNESCO 1956 New Delhi Recommendation on International Principles Applicable to Archaeological Excavations. Finally the journal does not accept for publication any information on archaeological material, sites and monuments that in any way infringes international conventions and treaties signed by the Republic of Cyprus and the current Antiquities Law of Cyprus.

1.3 In addition to articles, Archaeologia Cypria publishes book reviews, museum exhibition reviews, overviews of the state of the archaeology of Cyprus, necrologies and articles regarding the history of archaeology in Cyprus.

1.4 All manuscripts submitted to Archaeologia Cypria are proof-read by the Board of the Association of Cypriot Archaeologists, which consists the editing committee, and are reviewed by the President of the Board and an ad hoc peer review committee. If deemed necessary the manuscript may also be reviewed by invited external experts. In general, articles must be written in a clear, understandable, accessible style and must be well documented and fully referenced.

1.5 The official languages of the journal are Greek and English and all articles intended for publication must be submitted in one of the above languages. The articles must be accompanied by a one-page summary in English, which will also be translated into Greek.||||Instructions for Contributors::This section provides guidelines regarding the process of submission, review, finalization and publication of the journal.

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{accordion template="IFC"}Initial Submission and Review::2.1 To submit a manuscript for consideration for publication in the Archaeologia Cypria you will need to prepare text documents and any relevant figures in accordance to the Formatting Guidelines in §5-8. Try not to include any personal information or indications of your identity within the text documents, the figures or the metadata of any of the above, so as to ensure your anonymity during the review stage. In a separate document the author(s) should provide complete contact information and in the event of multiple authors, one must be designated as the principal author, who will be responsible for communications, revisions and proofs correction.

2.2 All manuscript material (texts and figures) and separate contact information need to be submitted via e-mail to the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Due to the irregular periodicity of publication of the Archaeologia Cypria, all dates regarding important deadlines are set by the Board of the Association of Cypriot Archaeologists and are announced in a Call for Papers format, when a new volume of the journal is decided to be published.

2.3 Each submission is firstly checked for conformity to the Formatting Guidelines and any deviations are noted by the Editing Committee. In parallel the submission is reviewed, usually by two experts in the relevant to the submission field, who are asked to return their reports within two months. After the reviews are received, authors are sent an anonymous digital copy of the reviewers’ report, as well as a report on deviations from Formatting Guidelines, and are informed by the President of the Board of the Association of Cypriot Archaeologists whether their submission is accepted, rejected or needs to be resubmitted upon revision.||||Revised Submission and Finalization::3.1 When an article is accepted for publication or publication upon revision, the authors will be asked to resubmit within one month the revised final text documents and any relevant figures. During this time significant alterations to the manuscript are not advised, as this may lead to the article being sent again for review, which may result to the delay in publication of the article in question.

3.2 Further to the manuscript material, at this time the author is requested to read, sign and submit the Author’s Warranty form (downloadable from https://aca-cy.org/images/authorguide/AW.pdf), as well as any Copyright Permission forms necessary for using figures that the author does not own the copyrights of or that need a written permission to be used (a template Copyright Permission form may be downloaded from https://aca-cy.org/images/authorguide/CPFT.docx). A manuscript will not be scheduled for publication until all the above necessary legal documents are provided.

3.3 Prior to submitting all your final material, you are advised to download and perform all the manuscript checks enumerated in the Final Submission Checklist (downloadable from https://aca-cy.org/images/authorguide/Checklist2.pdf).

3.4 All manuscript material (text documents and figures) and the legal forms requested in §3.2 need to be submitted via e-mail at the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

3.5 Upon reception of all the requested items, the Editing Committee and the production office copyedit and proofread the final submissions. At this stage authors will be emailed a PDF-formatted page proof of the article with all items in place (figures, tables, graphs). While authors may request modifications of the text in minor ways, at this point it is not permitted to significantly alter the text or figures. It is therefore crucial that authors submit the revised manuscript in its final form and provide clear instructions regarding the figures and other visual material in the article. Proofs with minor corrections should be returned within one week of receipt.||||Publication and Offprints::4.1 After the finalization and publication of the journal the author will receive via e-mail one PDF offprint of the final published article and will be mailed one hard copy of the volume free of charge. Authors may purchase more hard copies of the published volume at a 20% discount rate.

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{accordion template="DFG"}General Considerations::5.1 A submitted manuscript is divided into mandatory sections, which include the title area, abstract, body text, headings, notes, summary translation and bibliography; and optional sections, which include the appendices, acknowledgements, tables, figure captions and figures. In general all sections should be submitted in a document labelled “Manuscript”, except for any tables and figure captions, which should be submitted in a document labelled “Auxiliary Material”, and figures that should be delivered as separate graphic files. Full examples of the structure for the above mentioned documents appear in §9.1-2. All the above must be formatted and stylized according to the guidelines in §5-8. All texts and figures must be submitted in digital formats, as explained in §5.2 and §5.22. No paper, printed, typed document and/or figures will be accepted for publication.||||Document Format::5.2 The accepted document formats include Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx) and OpenDocument (.odt). Plain text formats (ASCII, UTF-8), XML/HTML formats (DjVu, DocBook, HTML, .sxw, .fb2, OXPS, PalmDoc, TEI), PDF, TeX and RTF document formats are not accepted.||||Page Format::5.3 The preferred page setting for the submitted document is the international A4 (21x29.7 cm or 11.7x8.3 inches) sized paper with all margins set at 2.54 cm or 1 inch. No page numbering is required and no header or footer text is allowed with the exception of footnotes, as explained in §5.15.||||Fonts::5.4 The preferred font for use in all sections of the submitted document is Times New Roman. If special fonts are needed for the depiction of symbols, you are requested to provide the font in True Type Font (ttf) format. Proprietary and copyrighted fonts are not accepted for publication, while custom-made fonts will only be considered in special cases. Use the New Athena Unicode font for polytonic Greek (freely available at: http://apagreekkeys.org/NAUdownload.html). When citing Greek sources, please supply a PDF of the passage to aid the editing committee with proofreading the text.

FONT EXAMPLE

Times New Roman: AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJhKkLlMmNnOoPpQqRrSsTtUuVvWwXxYyZz||||Indentation::5.5 Do not use any indents anywhere in the document.||||Line and Paragraph Spacing::5.6 Do not use any paragraph spacing anywhere in the document. Line spacing should be single for all elements in the document.||||Justification::5.7 All elements in the document should be justified to the left margin.||||Text Colours::5.8 All textual elements in the document should be in black colour, except for designators §5.9, which should be in red colour.||||Designators::5.9 Throughout the formatting guideline appear a series of designators, which are special type words used to designate the use of specific elements in the document. All designators should be typed within inequality signs in 12-point font and in red colour.

DESIGNATOR EXAMPLE

<Body Text Begins>||||Title Area::5.10 The title of the article should be typed in 16-point font. Use a double return/enter at the end of the title and continue by typing the author(s) name(s) in 12-point font. Use a double return/enter at the end of the author(s) name(s) line.

TITLE AREA EXAMPLE

Article Title

Author Names||||Abstract::5.11 Below the title area insert the Abstract designator <Abstract> and starting from the next line type in 12-point font the abstract of the article. The abstract should not exceed 300-400 words. Use a double return/enter at the end of the abstract text.

ABSTRACT EXAMPLE

<Abstract>

Abstract text||||Body Text::5.12 Below the abstract insert the body text initialization designator <Body Text Begin> and starting from the next line type in 12-point font the body text of the article and/or insert any relevant designators (see §5.13-14). Use a double return/enter to change paragraphs. At the end of the body text use a double return/enter and then insert the body text termination designator <Body Text End>, followed by a double return/enter. It is generally advised to not exceed the designator-excluded 12000-15000 words limit for the body text.

BODY TEXT EXAMPLE

<Body Text Begin>

Body Text - Paragraph 1

Body Text - Paragraph 2

<Body Text End>||||Headings::5.13 Headings may be used for dividing the article body and appendix text into logical segments and create a logical hierarchy. Up to three nesting levels of depth are accepted, but third level sections should be avoided, when possible. To use a heading insert in a separate line a heading designator <H#.%.$ - Heading Title>, where # is the number of the first level, % the number of the second level, $ the number of the third level in Arabic numberals and the Heading Title is the actual text of the Heading.

HEADINGS EXAMPLE

<Body Text Begin>

<H1 - Heading Title>

Body Text - Paragraph 1

 <H1.1 - Heading Title>

Body Text - Paragraph 1

 <H1.1.1 - Heading Title>

Body Text - Paragraph 1

 <H2 - Heading Title>

Body Text - Paragraph 1

<Body Text End>||||Figures and Tables Designators::5.14 As mentioned in §5.1,  §5.20 and §5.22, tables and figures should not be provided in line with the text, but separately. It is, however, possible to use within the body and appendix text, two more designators to indicate the approximate position within the text, where you would like the figures and tables to appear, as well as give an indication regarding their size. For figures insert in line with the body text the figure designator <Figure # - Figure Size/Location> and for tables insert in a separate line the table designator <Table # - Table Size/Location>, where in both cases # corresponds to the number of the associated Figure or Table. It is advised to insert figure and table designators in ascending numerical order, so as to avoid confusion and also to double check for designator and actual elements numbers correspondence in order to avoid mismatches. Although the author(s) indication of the position for these elements will be respected, it might not always be feasible to be implemented in the publication due to design and space limitations.

FIGURES AND TABLES EXAMPLE

Body Text - Paragraph 1 <Figure 1 - Half Page/Upper Half> Paragraph 1 Continued

Body Text - Paragraph 2 <Table 1 - Full Page> Body Text - Paragraph 2 Continued||||Notes::5.15 The Archaeologia Cypria does not use in-text citation for any type of sources, except for figure citations (see §5.21). Authors are advised to format their notes as footnotes, not endnotes. All footnotes should use the Chicago style, be concise and to the point, always include exact page numbers (f. and ff. not accepted), not exceed a 200-250 words limit, be numbered in one consecutive series for the whole article, viz. do not restart numbering on page change, and be typed single spaced in 10-point font. Notes may be used for bibliographical referencing, discussion (explanation, amplification, commentary) or both. All notes should end with a full stop and when citation and discussion is used, it is advised to keep cited sources in parentheses at minimum. Some examples of note formatting (for a full list see §7) and lists of allowed and disallowed common citation abbreviations are as follows:

CITATION ONLY - SINGLE REFERENCE TO SINGLE-VOLUME OR MULTIPLE-VOLUME WORK

1 Harrison 1982: 40-53.

2 Jones 1937: 30 (n.22).

3 Blümel 1966: Pl. 36b.

4 Sinopoli 1991: 115 (Fig. 5.13).

5 Lane 1904, 1: 71-72.

CITATION ONLY - MULTIPLE REFERENCES TO SINGLE-VOLUME OR MULTIPLE-VOLUME WORKS

1 Margreth 1993; Balzer 1996: 164-182; Lancaster 1998.

2 Carlisle 1998: 265-287; see also: Margreth 1993; Balzer 1996: 164-182.

CITATION ONLY - MULTIPLE REFERENCES TO SAME AUTHOR OR SAME WORK

1 Lancaster 1998; 1999.

2 Fitzmyer 1983: 47-106; 1990: 306; Hamilton 1997a; 1997b.

3 Gaegan 1995a: 16-20, 42.

4 Read 2007: 56-57, 119 (Tbl. 4.8), 276 (Fig. 10.4), 312 (n. 7).

CITATION AND DISCUSSION

1 Hallager (1996: 235) notes that the four “classic” nodule types had not yet appeared in MM II-III.

2 The inscription has been dated by Robert (1966: 108-118; cf. Roueché 1993: 163) to the first century C. E. on the basis of the script.

3 Smith (1990: 40) follows the same line of reasoning as Hall 1992: 43.

4 Read (2007: 97) suggests a series of production stages for pottery that echo Lemonnier’s (1986; see also: Lemonnier 1983) chaine opératoire.

LIST OF ALLOWED COMMON ABBREVIATIONS FOR CITATIONS

As a general rule the citation should mirror the notation used in the referenced source and more particularly the notation of the caption in the event of citing a non-textual source.

Source/Notation

Article Language

 

English

Greek

Secondary source

qtd:

από:

Purpose: Use to cite a referenced source from another referenced source, if access to the former is not possible or feasible.

Further source

see also:

βλέπε:

Purpose: Use to cite further relevant supporting sources.

Contradicting source

contra:

αλλά βλέπε:

Purpose: Use to cite sources contradicting the stated arguments.

Internal citation

see n. #

βλ. υποσ. #

Purpose: Use to make a reference to other notes in your article.

FIgure

Fig. #

Εικ. #

Purpose: Use to cite a numbered figure in a referenced source.

Map

Map #

Χάρ. #

Purpose: Use to cite a numbered map in a referenced source.

Note

n. #

υποσ. #

Purpose: Use to cite a numbered note in a referenced source.

Plate

Pl. #

Πιν. #

Purpose: Use to cite a numbered plate in a referenced source.

Table

Tbl. #

Πίν. #

Purpose: Use to cite a numbered table in a referenced source.

Regarding citations to non-textual sources, the caption’s notation should be cited as follows in the following cases:

- If it is not included in the list above cite it as found (e.g. Panel A.1; Equation 2(b); Chart 6).

- If it uses a numbering system other than the decimal with Arabic or Roman numerals or alphabetic sorting system, you may abbreviate the notation, but leave the numbering system as is (e.g. Greek numerals: Pl. γ΄).

- If no notation is used at all in the caption, cite a description of the source in accord to its type and the logical association to the abbreviation given above (E.g. Fig. Upper left; Tbl. Bottom half of the page; Fig. Third column, second row).

LIST OF DISALLOWED COMMON ABBREVIATIONS FOR CITATIONS

In general do not use abbreviations to cite previously or subsequently cited referenced sources. It is preferred to retype the citation to a referenced source in every note that is mentioned in. As a consequence the following list of common abbreviations for citations is disallowed:

supra, infra, above, below, ad loc., ibid, idem, inter alia, loc. cit., op. cit., passim.||||Acknowledgements::5.16 This section is optional. To use it insert below the body text section the Acknowledgements designator <Acknowledgements> and in the next line type in 12-point the contents for this section followed by a double return/enter.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS EXAMPLE

<Body Text End>

<Acknowledgements>

Acknowledgements text||||Appendices::5.17 This section is optional. To use it insert below the body text or acknowledgements section an appendix initiation designator <Appendix # Begin> (where # denotes the appendix number) and in the next line type in 12-point font the appendix text and/or insert any relevant designators (see §5.13-14). Use a double return/enter to change paragraphs. At the end of the appendix text use a double return/enter and then insert the appendix termination designator <Appendix # End>, followed by a double return/enter. If you need to include a second appendix repeat the abovementioned procedure. It is generally advised to not include more than one appendix to the article and not exceed the designator-excluded 2000-2500 words limit for each appendix.

APPENDIX EXAMPLE

<Body Text End>

<Acknowledgements>

Acknowledgements text

<Appendix 1 Begin>

Appendix Text - Paragraph 1

<Appendix 1 End>||||Summary Translation::5.18 As the journal accepts articles in Greek or English it is necessary to provide a summary of the text in English, which will also be translated in Greek by the editing committee. Below the body text or acknowledgements or appendix/appendices section(s) insert the summary translation designator <Summary translation> and in the following line type the translation text in 12-point font. The summary translation should not exceed 400-600 words. Use a double return/enter at the end of the summary translation text.

SUMMARY TRANSLATION EXAMPLE

<Body Text End>

<Summary translation>

Summary translation text||||Bibliography::5.19 At the end of each manuscript authors must provide a bibliography/reference list, where details of all the works cited appear in their original language. Authors are not advised to translate or transliterate the details of any item in the bibliography. To denote the start of this section insert the bibliography designator <Bibliography> and in the following line type the references in 12-point font. Please group bibliography items by language, list them in alphabetical order by last name of first author, enter each item in a new line and follow the examples of referencing in §7. Authors are encouraged to consult in addition the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed. (Chicago 2010). Journal and standard works abbreviations are given in §8.1 below. Any works not appearing in this list should be referenced in full. Abbreviations of ancient authors and works should follow those listed in the OCD3 xxix-liv. When referencing pages (Arabic numbers, Roman numerals or other numbering systems) include full page numbers separated by a dash and avoid the use of abbreviations like p., pp., f. or ff..

BIBLIOGRAPHY EXAMPLE

<Bibliography>

References text

PAGES REFERENCING EXAMPLES

7-47

101-125

1004-1009

xxi-xvi

civ-cx||||Tables::5.20 Tables are optional, but when used, they need to provide concise and germane to the article information, without duplicating the body text. All tables must be included in a separate document labelled “Auxiliary Material”. To denote the start of this section insert the tables designator <Tables> and in the following lines the individual table designator <Table #: Table Caption>, where # corresponds to the table number in Arabic numbers. In the following line insert your table with the entire set of data included in it.All information in a table should be typed in 12-point font, single spaced, without indentation or line spacing, while vertical or horizontal column headers must be set in bold letters. No spacing or formatting of the table lines and cells is allowed and no table nesting is accepted. If the table is too complex, consider providing it as a figure instead.

TABLES EXAMPLE

<Tables>

<Table 1: Table Caption>

Header 1

Header 2

Header 3

Header 4

Text 1

Text 1

Text 1

Text 1

Text 2

Text 2

Text 2

Text 2

||||Figure Captions and Citations::5.21 If figures are used in an article, figure captions and citations must also be provided to render the former intelligible and relevant. Figure captions must be included in a separate document labelled “Auxiliary Material”. To denote the start of this section insert below any tables (see §5.20) the designator <Figure Captions> and in the following line start typing your figure captions in the following format: “Figure #.@: Caption Text (Figure Credit).”, where # corresponds to the figure number in Arabic numbers and @ corresponds to the figure number in Arabic numbers in the event of multi-panelled figures (see §5.22), followed by the caption text and if the figure has been obtained from another source the figure credits in parentheses. Figure captions should be typed in 12-point font and every caption must be inserted in a new line. If you are redrafting or altering information of figures obtained from another source, please indicate this in your figure credits by adding the designation “after” for redrafting without changes in the information of the figure or “adapted from” for applying any changes in the information of the figure, save for changes in stylistic elements (e.g. line colour, fill pattern changes, rescaling, rotating or changing orientation, etc.). References to figures are allowed in the body text and notes sections, must be typed in 12-point font within in-text parentheses and should appear in consecutive order, when possible (Figure 1 cited prior to Figure 2, which is cited prior to Figure 3, which is cited before Figure 4a, which is cited prior to Figure 4b, etc.). The format of in-text figure references is the following: “(Fig. #)” or “(Fig. #.@)”, where # and @ correspond to figure numbers.

FIGURE CAPTIONS EXAMPLE

<Figure Captions>

Figure 1: Caption text (Figure Credit).

Figure 2.1: Caption text (Figure Credit).

Figure 2.2: Caption text (Figure Credit).

FIGURE CITATIONS EXAMPLES

Body text (Fig. 1). Body text (Fig. 2), body text.

Body text (Fig. 1.1) body text, body text (Fig. 1.2).

Note text (Fig. 2.1; Fig. 3; Fig. 4.2).||||Figures::5.22 Figures are optional and it is the responsibility of the author to supply professional quality digital files for publication in accord to the specifications of this section and obtain permission for publication, if the figure is protected by copyrights (see §3.2). There is a maximum of ten figures that the author can submit, but the editing committee reserves the right to exclude figures after consultation with the author in order to equally and fairly distribute the limited space of the journal amongst all authors. Any figures supplied must be in digital single-layer/flattened raster file formats and no printed figures, image negatives, digital vector or digital multi-layer raster files are accepted for publication. Rename each figure computer file according to this format: “First author last name - Fig. #”, where # corresponds to the figure caption number, as explained above (§5.21). Specific accepted file types for publication include.tif, .tiff, .bmp and .png. No other file types will be considered and if necessary export or convert your figure to one of the accepted file types with suitable image processing software. Please do not rename the file type in the figure’s computer file to one of the accepted file types above, as that does not result to conversion of the image data, instead this actions leads to the figure becoming unreadable by computer programs. The widest side of the figure should be at least equal or larger than 15cm for horizontal, 10cm for half-page vertical and 20cm for full-page vertical figures. Figure resolution should be at least 600dpi for line art (illustrations, architectural plans), 3D digital representations, maps and graphs and at least 300dpi for colour, greyscale and black-and-white photographs and for combination halftones (e.g. images containing illustrations or photographs and text labelling). If a figure is multi-panelled or otherwise consists of smaller figures, provide all figures in the above requested specifications along with a low resolution .jpeg showing the desired layout. Please use clean black lines in all figures; crop unnecessary white space around a figure; avoid when possible colour and complex fill patterns in graphs, maps and line art (line or hashed fills are preferred to dotted, mottled, organic or textured ones); use a scale, legend and north arrow in maps; use a scale for archaeological illustration of finds or architecture; insert axes, line and point labels in graphs; do not include figure captions or general titles in the figure; use non bold, Roman style Myriad Pro font of the same size for any in-figure labelling and make sure it is clear, readable, not oversized, not hiding important figure elements and visible (if the label is over a dark or textured area, place a white background behind the label). Authors are strongly advised to keep editable originals of their figures, especially multi-layer raster or vector digital files, as the editing committee may ask for changes in any element of the figure for reasons relevant to publication limitations.

FIGURE FILE NAMING EXAMPLES

Ioannou - Fig. 1.png
Ioannou - Fig. 2.1.tiff
Ioannou - Fig. 2.2.bmp{/accordion}

{accordion template="ESG"}General Considerations::6.1 Authors are advised to write in a simple and accessible manner, avoid long and complicated sentences and communicate their ideas with clarity. The following styling guide aims at the uniform appearance of certain elements within an article and should be observed by the authors.||||Spelling::6.2 Authors should conform to the spelling rules of the British English and Modern Greek styles in all parts of the text, except in Bibliography, where details of all items listed should appear in their original language and not be corrected. Authors are advised to consult The Oxford English Dictionary(Second Edition, Oxford, 1989) for British English and the Λεξικό της Νέας Ελληνικής Γλώσσας (Δεύτερη Έκδοση, Αθήνα, 2002) for Modern Greek for spelling queries.||||Capitalization::6.3 As a general rule overcapitalization should be avoided and authors are advised to be consistent in their use of capitalized words and consult the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed. (Chicago 2010: §8.18-8.153). General period names, period names used as adjectives without the word “period” or “age” and generic building name forms are lowercased. Archaeologically recognized cultural periods, period names used as adjectives with the word “period” or “age”, period names used as specific divisions of a cultural period, period names when the meaning is likely to be misconstrued, excavations areas and units/subunits, specific buildings, monuments, artefact collections, material groupings, parts of archaeological sites and pottery wares are capitalized. Proper nouns as adjectives should be avoided, unless such a construction is considered conventional.

CAPITALIZATION EXAMPLES

General period names: late antiquity, pre-industrial era, ancient Cyprus.

Period names as adjectives: classical art, classical Athens, geometric pottery.

Generic building name forms: the agora, the forum, the stadium, the theatre.

Archaeological cultural periods: Bronze Age, Stone Age, Modern period.

Period names as adjectives: Early Classical art, Late Archaic literature.

Period names as specific divisions: Early Bronze Age, Late Antique period.

Period names for meaning clarity: Late Classical Salamis, Early Iron Age Amathus.

Excavation areas and units/subunits: Building 3, Level 5, Trench C4.

Specific buildings, monuments: the Roman Forum, the Tomb of Agamemnon.

Specific artefact collections, material groupings: Group 3, Tomb 6.

Specific parts of archaeological sites: Wall G, Room 7, Building Complex D5.

Pottery wares: Red Polished ware, Red-on-White ware, Black Lustrous ware.

Proper nouns as adjectives: the Temple of Athena (not the Athena Temple), but the Athenian Agora.||||Numbers::6.4 Arabic numbers should be used for all numbers appearing in the manuscript, including numbers for references and citations both in abbreviated and unabbreviated form. Avoid the use of Roman numbers and do not use any other numbering systems. Ordinal numbers must use ordinal indicator letters. The letters in ordinal numbers should not appear as superscripts and should be typed close to the associated numbers. Use a comma to indicate decimals and full stop to indicate thousands, except when citing chronologies.

NUMBERING EXAMPLES

Chapter 3 / Ch. 3

Appendix 2 / App. 2

Figure 7 / Fig. 7

5 sherds

25 coins, 3 figurines

10th century

1st century

15,5 cm

0,245 m

25.431 sherds||||Measurements and Units::6.5 For all measurements the authors are advised to use the metric system. Numbers for measurements should follow the guidelines above (§6.4) and the measurement units should appear in their internationally recognized abbreviated form. The measurement unit must be separated from the number with a single space.

MEASUREMENTS EXAMPLES

1,5 m x 4,2 m

73 cm

17,3 kg

4,5 hec

10.546 m3

10,2 km2||||Chronology and Time Measurement::6.6 The Archaeologia Cypria uses the Anno Domini (BC/AD) system and adopts the Gregorian calendar for chronological designations. All dates must be written in Arabic numbers and in their entirety. The BC/AD designation should be type in abbreviated form without full stops (not B.C./A.D.) and be separated by a single space. Ordinal chronological numbers must use ordinal indicator letters. The letters in ordinal numbers should not appear as superscripts and should be typed close to the associated numbers. References to decades should be identified by their century, expressed in numerals and followed by an “s” without apostrophe or space. When citing uncalibrated radiocarbon dates use the BP indicator (not B.P.) with a space after the number. For fractional radiocarbon dates use the Gregorian fractional calendar in relevant radiocarbon calibrating software. Modern dates should be cited in the unabbreviated day (Arabic numbers), month (Letters), year (Arabic numbers) format, without punctuation. For modern day ranges the dash should be placed after the changing element in reverse hierarchical order.

CHRONOLOGY EXAMPLES

105 AD

1204-1261 AD

45 BC-23 AD

2500-1800 BC

1st century AD

10th century BC

420s BC

1890s AD

4251 BP

3462-3598 BP

2402,65 BC

19 July 1964

4-15 May 1932

3 September-18 October 1998

29 December 2001-2 January 2002||||Abbreviations::6.7 Beyond common notes abbreviations (see §5.15), journal and major reference works abbreviations (see §8.1) and measurement units abbreviations (see §6.4), common abbreviations used within the body text and notes of a manuscript should follow the rules and abbreviations used in The Oxford English Dictionary (Second Edition, Oxford, 1989). Exceptions to the above rule include common Latin abbreviations and cardinal directions both of which should follow the instructions in the examples below, including style. No full stop after abbreviated titles (e.g. Dr, Mr, Mrs, Mme, Ms).

COMMON ABBREVIATIONS EXAMPLES

Abst. = Abstract

App. = Appendix

subj. = Subject

Suppl. = Supplement

COMMON LATIN ABBREVIATIONS EXAMPLES

cf. = Confer = compare, bring together, see also.

e.g. = Exempli gratia = for example, for instance.

etc. = Et cetera = and the others, and other things, and the rest.

i.e.  = Id est = that is, in other words.

p.a. = Per Annum = though a year.

viz.  = Videlicet = namely, precisely, that is to say.

ca. = Circa = around, about, approximately.

et al. = Et alii = and others.

f./ff. = Folio/Follis = and following.

CARDINAL DIRECTIONS EXAMPLES

N = North / S = South / E = East / W = West

Compound forms: NNE, NE, ENE, ESE, SE, SSE, SSW, WSW, WNW, NW, NNW.||||Transliterations::6.8 Although the Archaeologia Cypria invites authors to use proper names (e.g. sites, localities, monuments, etc.) in their original language, transliteration of foreign and Greek names in English is accepted. Authors are advised to use any of the systems for transliterations found in AR 45 (1998-1999) inside cover and in the Manual of Foreign Languages, 4th ed. (G. F. von Ostermann [New York 1952]). More specifically for Cyprus, authors should follow the spelling of place names as given in A Complete Gazetteer of Cyprus (M. N. Christodoulou and K. Konstantinides, Nicosia 1987). The reference format for Cypriot sites should be: “Village/Town Name-Locality name”. The editing committee reserves the right to modify any transliterated names to conform to current Archaeologia Cypria editorial practices and policies.

CYPRIOT SITES EXAMPLES

Marki-Alonia

Kouklia-Evreti

Kisonerga-Mosfilia

Kalavasos-Tenta||||Foreign Terms and Phrases::6.9 Any words that exist as idiomatic phrases and special or technical terms in a foreign language that are likely to be unfamiliar to readers or there is a risk of confusion with an identically spelled English word, should be set in Italics. All non-spoken languages (e.g. Latin, Ancient Greek) terms should be set in Italics, except for some abbreviations as in §6.7.

FOREIGN TERMS AND PHRASES EXAMPLES

a priori, ab initio, a posteriori, ab absurdo, ab antique, abhinc, ad hoc, ad infinitum, alibi, alma mater, apparatus criticus, casus belli, cause mortis, deus ex machina, ex cathedra, ex officio, habeas corpus, in absentia, in loco, in medias res, in situ, in toto, inter alia, lapsus linguae, limes, mea culpa, non sequitur, per capita, per se, persona non grata, post mortem, prima facie, pro forma, pro rata, primus inter pares, quid pro quo, raison d’être, sine qua non.||||Inscriptions::6.10 Inscriptions should be marked according to the Leiden system, as outlined in The Study of Greek Inscriptions, 2nd ed. (A.G. Woodhead [Cambridge 1981] 6-11) and Conventions in Editing: A Suggested Reformulation of the Leiden System (S. Dow [Durham 1969]). Inscriptions quoted within the text should be written with a division of lines corresponding to those on the stone, while inscriptions from corpora should be cited using Arabic numbers by inscription number, without page references, the abbreviation “no.”, or any intervening full stops/commas.

INSCRIPTION EXAMPLE

ἀγαθῆ [τύχη

Μακεδὼν καὶ Πάμ-

φιλος οἱ Παμφίλου

ἱερασάμενοι τῆ γλυ-

5      κυτάτη πατρίδι τὴν

ἀνάστασιν τοῦ ξοά-

νου παρ’ ἑαυτῶν

ἐποιήσαντο

INSCRIPTION CITATION EXAMPLE

IG 22 65 Line 23

IG 123 192 Line 3-5

CIL 122 774

CIL 1(2) 327||||Other Stylistic Elements::6.11 Please use the short dash “-”, not the long en-dash “–”. When listing items or sentences use numbered lists, not bulleted lists. The preferred format for numbered lists is the following: “#. ”, where # represents the listed item’s number in Arabic numbers followed by a full stop and space. Use mathematical symbols, when they replace words (e.g. use %, instead of per cent). Try not to use symbols that are not present in the Microsoft Windows Character Map for the fonts mentioned in §5.4.{/accordion}

{accordion template="RC"}General Considerations::7.1 The Archaeologia Cypria fully endorses the Chicago style and reproduces in this section examples of references and citations that can also be found in the AJA’s Instructions for Contributors (§4.6-4.11, 5.3, available from: http://www.ajaonline.org/pdfs/AJAInstructions.pdf).||||Sample References and Citations to Books::7.2 The reference entry for inclusion in the bibliography is given first, followed by a sample citation for use in the notes section.

ONE AUTHOR

Dyson, S.L. 1985. The Creation of the Roman Frontier. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

1 Dyson 1985: 86.

TWO OR MORE AUTHORS

Curtis, J., and A. Green. 1997. Excavations at Khirbet Khatuniyeh. London: British Museum Press.

1 Curtis and Green 1997: 104-105.

Hunter, J., C. Roberts, and A. Martin. 1997. Studies in Crime: An Introduction to Forensic Archaeology. New York: Routledge.

1 Hunter et al. 1997: 46-51.

EDITOR OR TRANSLATOR AS AUTHOR

Colonna, G., ed. 1996. L’altorilievo di Pyrgi: Dei ed eroi greci in Etruria. Rome: L’Erma di Bretschneider.

1 Colonna 1996: Fig. 18.

Krzyzaniak, L., K. Kroeper, and M. Kobusiewicz, eds. 1996. Interregional Contacts in the Later Prehistory of Northeastern Africa. Studies in African Archaeology 5. Poznan: Poznan Archaeological Museum.

1 Krzyzaniak et al. 1996: 37.

Sommerstein, A.H., ed. and trans. 1982. Clouds. Comedies of Aristophanes 3. Chicago: Bolchazy-Carducci.

1 Sommerstein 1982: 162 n. 52.

EDITOR OR TRANSLATOR WITH AUTHOR

Hakemi, A. 1997. Shahdad: Archaeological Excavations of a Bronze Age Center in Iran. Translated by S.M.S. Sajjadi. New Delhi: Istituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente.

1 Hakemi 1997: 453.

Droysen, J.G. 1996. Ιστορία του Μεγάλου Αλεξάνδρου. 3rd ed. 2 vols. Translated by R. Apostolides. Athens: Trapeza Pisteos.

1 Droysen 1996: Tbl. 5.

ORGANIZATION OR ASSOCIATION AS AUTHOR

École Française de Rome. 1995. Les Grecs et l’Occident: Actes du colloque de la villa “Kérylos” (24-25 octobre 1991). CÉFR 208. Rome: École Française de Rome.

1 École Française de Rome 1995: 142-151.

BOOK IN A SERIES

Buitron-Oliver, D. 1996. The Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates at Kourion: Excavations in the Archaic Precinct. SIMA 109. Jonsered: Paul Åströms Förlag.

1 Buitron-Oliver 1996: 55-57.

Knauß, F.S. 1997. Der lineare Inselstil: Eine kykladische Keramikwerkstatt am Übergang von der spätgeometrischen zur archaischen Zeit. Saarbrücker Studien zur Archäologie und alten Geschichte 13. Saarbrücken: Saarbrücker Druckerie und Verlag.

1 Knauß 1997: 98-116.

BOOK IN MORE THAN ONE EDITION

Feder, K.L. 1996. Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries: Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology. 2nd ed. Mountain View, Calif.: Mayfield.

1 Feder 1996: xii-xiii.

Pedley, J.G. 1997. Greek Art and Archaeology. Rev. ed. New York: Harry N. Abrams.

1 Pedley 1997: Fig. 4.

BOOK IN MORE THAN ONE VOLUME (CITING THE WORK AS A WHOLE)

Kiderlen, M. 1995. Megale Oikia: Untersuchungen zur Entwicklung aufwendiger griechischer Stadthausarchitektur: Von der Früharchaik bis ins 3. Jhr. v. Chr. 2 vols. Hürth: Martin Lange.

1 Kiderlen 1995, 1: 247.

BOOK IN MORE THAN ONE VOLUME (CITING A PARTICULAR VOLUME)

Caminos, R.A. 1998. Semna-Kumma. Vol. 2, The Temple of Kumma. London: Egypt Exploration Society.

1 Caminos 1998: 100-117.

ONE VOLUME IN TWO OR MORE BOOKS

Evans, A.J. 1928. The Palace of Minos at Knossos. Vol. 2, pt. 2. London: Macmillan.

1 Evans 1928: 131-135.

BOOK IN PREPARATION FOR PUBLICATION OR IN PRESS

Patton, K.C. Forthcoming. Religion of the Gods: Ritual, Paradox, and Divine Reflexivity. New York: Oxford University Press.

1 Patton forthcoming: 148.

REPRINT EDITION

Myres, J.L. 1974. Reprint. Handbook of the Cesnola Collection of Antiquities from Cyprus. New York: Arno. Original edition, New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1914.

1 Myers 1974: No. 43.||||Sample References and Citations to Part of Books::7.3 The reference entry for inclusion in the bibliography is given first, followed by a sample citation for use in the notes section.

CHAPTERS OR OTHER TITLED PARTS OF A BOOK

Snodgrass, A. 1990. “Survey Archaeology and the Rural Landscape of the Greek City.” In The Greek City from Homer to Alexander, edited by O. Murray and S. Price, 113-136. Oxford: Oxford University Press and Clarendon Press.

1 Snodgrass 1990: 113-119.

Hägg, R. 1998. “Osteology and Greek Sacrificial Practice.” In Ancient Greek Cult Practice from the Archaeological Evidence, edited by R. Hägg, 49-56. SkrAth 8º, 15. Stockholm: Paul Åströms Förlag.

1 Hägg 1998: Fig. 1.

CHAPTER ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ELSEWHERE

Markle, M.M. 1999. “La sarisse macédonienne, la lance et l’équipement connexe.” In La guerre en Grèce à l’époque classique, edited by P. Brulé and J. Oulhen, 149-72. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes. Originally published in AJA 81 (1977) 323-339.

1 Markle 1999, 162-65.

Mendels, D. 1998. “The Polemical Character of Manetho’s Aegyptiaca.” In Identity, Religion, and Historiography: Studies in Hellenistic History, 139-157. Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Suppl. 24. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic. Originally published in H. Verdin, G. Schepens, and E. De Keyser, eds., Purposes of History: Studies in Greek Historiography from the 4th to the 2nd Centuries B.C. (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1990).

1 Mendels 1998: 144-150.

PREFACE, FOREWORD, INTRODUCTION, AND SIMILAR PARTS OF A BOOK

de Montebello, P. 1988. Foreword to Bronze and Iron: Ancient Near Eastern Artifacts in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, by O.W. Muscarella, 7. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

1 de Montebello 1988.

Vermeule, E. 1972. Introduction to The Mycenaean Origin of Greek Mythology, by M.P. Nilsson, vii-xiii. Sather Classical Lectures 8. Berkeley: University of California Press.

1 Vermeule 1972.||||Sample References and Citations to Journal Articles::7.4 The reference entry for inclusion in the bibliography is given first, followed by a sample citation for use in the notes section.

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Büsing, H. 1982. “Metrologische Beiträge.” JdI 97:1-45.

1 Büsing 1982: 27-29.

Goren, Y., and I. Segal. 1995. “On Early Myths and Formative Technologies: A Study of Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Sculptures and Modeled Skulls from Jericho.” Israel Journal of Chemistry 35:155-65.

1 Goren and Segal 1995: 161.

JOURNAL WITH NO VOLUME NUMBER

Pichard, M.P. 1992. “La composition architecture des temples de Pagan.” CRAI: 357-374.

1 Pichard 1992: 372-373.

BOOK REVIEWS

Smith, C. 1999. Review of Il Comizio di Roma dalle origini all’età di Augusto, by P. Carafa. AJA 103(3):571-573.

1 Smith 1999: 571-572.

Wainwright, G. 1999. Review of The Archaeological Process: An Introduction, by I. Hodder. Antiquity 73: 717-719.

1 Wainwright 1999: 718.||||Sample References and Citations to Unpublished Materials::7.5 The reference entry for inclusion in the bibliography is given first, followed by a sample citation for use in the notes section.

THESES AND DISSERTATIONS

Hoff, M.C. 1988. “The Roman Agora at Athens.” Ph.D. diss., Boston University.

1 Hoff 1988, 109-11.

PAPERS READ AT MEETINGS

Schluntz, E.L. 1999. “From Palace to Bouleuterion at Petra: Continuity of Function in Civic Administrative Space after Roman Annexation.” Paper read at the 1999 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature, 20-23 November, Boston.

1 Schluntz 1999.

FIELD NOTEBOOKS

Lloyd, S. 1933-1994. “The Abu Temple Excavations.” Unpublished field notebook. Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

1 Lloyd 1933-1994.||||Sample References and Citations to Privately Printed Materials and Auction Catalogues::7.6 The reference entry for inclusion in the bibliography is given first, followed by a sample citation for use in the notes section.

PRIVATELY PRINTED MATERIALS

Mommsen, T. 1883. Res gestae divi Augusti ex monumentis Ancyrano et Apolloniensi. Berlin: Privately printed.

1 Mommsen 1883: 25.

AUCTION CATALOGUES

Christie’s. 2007. Antiquities. Auction catalogue 1846. 8 June 2007, New York.

1 Christie’s 2007, cat. no. 25.

Hôtel Drouot. 1921. Collection Hirsch (première vente): Orfèvrerie, bronzes, pierres, marbres, céramique et verrerie; trouvaille de Sala Consilina; ivories, enluminures, terres cuites. Auction catalogue. 30 June-2 July 1921, Paris.

1 Hôtel Drouot 1921.

Werke ägyptischer Kunst von der Frühzeit bis zur Spätantike. 1974. Auction catalogue 49. Basel: Münzen und Medaillen A.G.

1 Werke ägyptischer Kunst 1974.||||Sample References and Citations to Electronic Media::7.7 The reference entry for inclusion in the bibliography is given first, followed by a sample citation for use in the notes section.

HOME PAGE OF A WEBSITE

Lavan, L., and A. Gering. 2009. Kent-Berling Ostia Excavations. http://lateantiqueostia. wordpress.com.

1 Lavan and Gering (2009) have recently designed a project to explore this topic.

SECONDARY PAGE OF A WEBSITE

Lavan, L., and A. Gering. 2010, 26 November. “Bones Bring a New Story.” Kent-Berling Ostia Excavations. http://lateantiqueostia.wordpress.com/2010/11/26/bones-bring-a-new-story/.

1 Lavan and Gering 2010: 26 November.

ARTICLE IN AN ONLINE JOURNAL

Iverson, P. 2008, 3 September. “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth IX.” Current Epigraphy. www.currentepigraphy.org/2008/09/03/virtual-seminar-on-some-unpublishedinscriptions-fromcorinth-ix/.

1 They still remain unpublished, although Iverson (2008, 3 September) offered a virtual seminar on the inscriptions.

ONLINE PDF

Yeganehshakib, R., and K. Rezakhani. 2009. “Sasanian Chemical Warfare? A Scientific Re-Assessment.” Sasanika. www.humanities.uci.edu/sasanika/pdf/Sasanian %20Chemical%20Warfare.pdf.

1 Yeganehshakib and Rezakhani 2009.

ONLINE GRAPHIC

Crane, G., ed. 1997, September. The Perseus Project. www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/image?lookup=1991.09.0760

1 The remains of the south wall of the propylon can be seen in Crane (1997, September).

CD-ROM

Duchêne, H., and S. Girerd. 1998. Delos: A Database of Archaeological Images (U.S. version). Translated by N.K. Rauh, R.F. Townsend, and J.C. Bednar. New York: Educagri Éditions.

1 Duchêne and Girerd (1998, Fig. 4278) illustrate a Hellenistic bronze plaque from the Fountain of Minoe depicting Hekate at an altar.{/accordion}

 

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