This journal focuses on the history of Byzantine and Post-byzantine art on the territory of dominance of the Eastern Churches. It concerns articles representing different moments in architecture, sculpture, painting, book illustrations, decorative arts, numismatics and graphics. In the case of thematic volumes, redaction accepts texts on the history of literature, archaeology, and on the history of countries of Eastern Europe, Central Europe, Balkans, Middle East and Africa.
The ethical rules:
The ethical codex of our review and website is based on the Code of Conduct guidelines of the Committee of Publication Ethics. (COPE). www.publicationethics.org
The rules for the texts in English
The text should use Times New Roman fonts, the font size should be 12.
The quotations should be inserted in the text between double quotation marks (“ “). The source of the quotations must be indicated by a note. If the quotations contain other quotations, these last ones should be arranged between single quotations (‘ ‘). An eventual omission inside the quotation must be indicated with three dots put between square parentheses […]; and in the same way each eventual addition must be put between square parentheses.
The cross-reference of the notes must be indicated throughout the text by a progression of numbers placed in upper index. The number must be preceded by the punctuation mark.
The bibliographical indications must be inserted in the comment notes about the text. The bibliographical reference must be presented in the following order and the following way:
- First name initial, last name of the author(s), title of the book in italics, volume, if necessary (for instance: vol. 1 – or – vols. 3–4 – etc.), the city, and the year of publication, and at the end, the page(s) in which the citation or reference in the text appears.
- In the case of a collection of studies the title is mentioned first, then the editor, editor(s), preceded by “ed.”; then the city and the year of publication, and at the end, the page(s). For example:
T. Kolias, Byzantinische Waffen, Wien 1988, pp. 67–70.
L’arte Bizantina in Grecia, ed. A. A. Novello, G. Dimitrokallis, Milano 1995, p. 192.
The next reference to these books:
T. Kolias, op. cit., p. 89.
L’arte Bizantina …, pp. 192–196.
T. Kolias, Byzantinische Waffen …, p. 89.
Essays and studies in collective works:
- First name initial, last name of the author; title of the article (between single quotation marks, no italic ), then “in:” (without parenthesis) and then as indicated above. For example:
B. Dąb-Kalinowska, ‘Klasyczna ikona ruska’, in: Klasycyzm i klasycyzmy, ed. T. Hrankowska, Warszawa 1994, p. 94.
- First name initial, last name of the author; title of the article (between single quotation marks, no italic ), then one must indicate the title of the review it was taken from (in italic, without “in:”), the number of the issue and the year (in parentheses) of the review and, finally, the pages in which the article appears. For example:
E. Chojecka, ‘Związki artystyczne polskiego drzeworytu renesansowego z grafiką europejską. Kryspin I Wendel Schaffenberg’, Acta Universitatis Wratislaviensis. Bibliotekoznawstwo, 7 (1978), pp. 181–183.