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Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
Universidad de Málaga.
29071 - Málaga (España)
ISSN: 1578-4517
(Sede Internet)

Material prepared for publication in MHNH should conform to the following guideliness:

  1. Languages: Manuscripts may be written in any of this languages: English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish
  2. Abstracts: Long articles (those meant to be in the Section Studia) will be sent together with an abstract not longer than 7 lines.
  3. Format: Manuscripts must be typed or printed double-spaced on letter-size paper (DIN A 4), text and notes separately, with a maximum of 30 lines per page and a left-hand margin of not less than 4 cm. The length of manuscripts for articles must not exceed 25 pages without previous agreement with the editors. We would very much appreciate this version on paper to be accompanied by an electronic version (Apple MacWord or PC Microsoft Word Windows 6.0, or earlier), either on floppy disk (Macintosh or IBM-compatible) or, better still, as an attached file to an e-mail message (aurelioperez@uma.es)
  4. Bibliography: The text of the paper should be followed by a list of references, including at least those works cited more than twice in the notes.
  5. Citations in notes: Names of ancient authors should not be capitalized, names of modern authors should be capitalized only when in notes or in the bibliography: F. CUMONT (note), but F. Cumont (main text).
    • Frequent citations (more than twice): Refer to the bibliography, citing by author's name, year of edition, and pages: e.g. E.M. BUTLER, 1949, pp. 30-35.
    • Single citations: Either follow the procedure indicated in 2 A or incorporate the entire reference in the notes, following the following conventions, which are the same as for the bibliography (with the single exception that in the bibliography the surname should precede the initial, e.g.: BUTLER, E.M., Ritual Magic, Cambridge, 1949:
      • Books: author (in the case of joint authorship, separated by a comma, with the final author preceded by &), comma, title of work in italics, comma, volumen in Roman numerals (where applicable), comma, place of publication, comma, year (with superscript number of edition if not the first, and year of the first edition in parenthesis), comma, and pages cited:
        • E. DE MARTINO, Il mondo magico, Torino, 1948, pp. 84-95.
        • F. BOLL, C. BEZOLD & W. GUNDEL, Sternglaube und Sterndeutung. Die Geschichte und das Wesen der Astrologie, Leipzig, 1931.
      • Articles: For the abbreviations of journals follow the conventions of L'Année Philologique: author, comma, title in quotation marks, comma, name of journal, comma, volume number in Arabic numerals, year in parenthesis, and pages (without abbreviation if they correspond to the entire article):
        • A.H. KRAPPE, “Tiberius and Thrasyllus”, AJP, 48 (1927) 359-366.
        • D. JORDAN, “Defixiones from a Wall near the Southwest Corner of the Athenian Agora”, Hesperia, 54 (1985), pp. 210-212.
      • Works in collaborative volumes: Cite as with articles, followed by the citation of the collaborative work (if cited several times, according to the same conventions as under 1 above: e.g. H. KYRIELEIS, "Qeoi' oJratoiv. Zur Sternsymbolik hellenistischer Herrscherbildnisse" in Studien zur klassischen Archäologie. Feschr. F. Hiller, Saarbrücken, 1986, pp. 55-72.
  6. Citations from ancient authors:
    • Abbreviations of Greek works and authors: for preference, cite according to conventions of DGE of F. Rodríguez Adrados (ed.); it is also possible to follow Liddell & Scott.
    • Abbreviations of Latin works and authors: follow the THESAURUS LINGUAE LATINA.
    • Authors cited with title of work: Examples:X., Mem. 4.5,2-3; X., HG 1.5,2; Eus. PE 15. 20,1 = SVF I 128; Arist., GA 728 a 10-11; Pl., R. 9.576b; Pl., Ti. 87c; Hom., Od. 10.203.
    • Authors cited without title of book: Examples:B., I 35; Paus., V 23.5; Antipho, I 12; D.S., XXXI 8.2; Str., I 5.
  7. Notes References: References (in arabic numbers) to the foot notes must precede always the signs of punctuation, e.g.: "Il y eut des répartitions par planètes3; mais le mode préféré fut la répartition par décans, ceux-ci tenant d'une part aux planètes, de l'autre aux signes du Zodiaque4".
  8. Greek and Astrological Fonts:
    • For Greek texts Graeca (Mac or PC for Windows) must be used.
    • For Astrological signs, please send Font with the text.
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