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Exemplaria Classica is published yearly and welcomes original articles and notes that make a significant contribution to the study of Classical Philology in the fields of manuscripts, history of texts, textual criticism, editorial technique, editions and commentaries, and textual tradition on Greek and Roman authors.

Exemplaria Classica is currently indexed in Scopus, the European Index for the Humanities (ERIH), Latindex, RESH, ERCE,MLA, Année, Philologique, DICE, ISOC, Gnomon, Bolletino di Studi Latini, DIALNET, Interclassica, CARHUS Plus, Emerging Source Citation Index and has obtained the certificate of excelence granted by the FECYT.

 

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Los contenidos de esta revista estarán disponibles en un formato de acceso abierto 36 mes/es después de la publicación de un número.

Los números serán de acceso abierto 36 meses después de su publicación.

 

Note to contributors

1.       Articles and reviews, preferably in English, should be original contributions, not previously published, and not be under consideration for any other publication at same time.

2.       Please send your contributions as a Word file by e-mail attachment to the Editor (rdverger@uhu.es). Submissions in printed copy should be sent to the Editor, Exemplaria Classica, Universidad de Huelva, Departamento de Filologías Integradas, Campus de El Carmen, E-21071 Huelva (Spain). The following should also be attached: an abstract of the article in two languages (English and original language) of no more than 50 words; three key words in two languages (as for the abstract); date of final version.

3.        Greek text must be written in a Unicode font, or at least in SGreek

4.        Footnotes must be written at the end of the text.

5.       Ancient authors should be quoted in accordance with A Greek-English Lexicon (“Authors and Works”,  pp. XVI-XXXVIII) and ThLL, Leipzig 1990²: e.g., Hom. Od. 9.152-5; E. Hipp. 424-30; Pl. Phdr. 237d; Plaut. Cas. 815-24; Ov. met. 8.708; Sen. Benef. 5.12.6; Arist. Or. 26.100; Coripp. Iust. 1.314-33.

6.        Quotations should be as follows (for Journals, please follow the abbreviations of L’Année  Philologique):

N. Heinsius,  Operum P. Ovidii Nasonis editio nova,  Amstelodami 1661, I, 22

E. Norden,  Vergilius. Aeneis Buch VI,  Stuttgart-Leipzig 1995 (= 1927³), 272-94.

E. Fraenkel,  Aeschylus. Agamemnon,  Oxford 1962.

L. Rubio,  Catálogo de los manuscritos clásicos latinos en España,  Madrid 1984, 595-6. G. Luck, “Textual Criticism Today”, AJPh  102, 1981, 164-94 (=Opera minora selecta,  Huelva 2003, 15-36).

J. H. Gaisser, “The Business of Editing: Francesco Puteolano and Giovanni Calfurnio”, Catullus and his Renaissance Readers, Oxford 1993, 32-42 and 291-6.

D. Fowler, “The Virgil Commentary of Servius”, in Ch. Martindale (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Virgil, Cambridge 1997, 73-8.

When further quotation from an already-cited source is necessary, the procedure should be as follows. In the case of a book: author's surname (no first name), comma, abbreviated title in italics, comma, page number (no p. / pp.). E.g., Fraenkel, Agamemnon, 85. In the case of an article: author's surname (no first name), comma, abbreviated title and enclosed in inverted commas, comma, page number (no p. / pp.). E.g., Gaisser, “The Business of Editing”, 40.

7.       Exemplaria Classica follows a policy of anonymous referees. A title page should be attached with the title, author’s name, address, and e-mail.

8.       Authors will receive 25 offprints of their contributions free of charge.

9.       Exemplaria Classica is currently indexed in Scopus, the European Index for the Humanities (ERIH), Latindex, RESH, ERCE,MLA, Année, Philologique, DICE, ISOC, Gnomon, Bolletino di Studi Latini, DIALNET, Interclassica,CARHUS Plus and Emerging Source Citation Index.