Proceedings

The Organizing Committee of the International Congress ’In thy arms I lost myself’ - Images, perceptions and productions in/ of Antiquity that will take place at NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities - Universidade NOVA de Lisboa between 9 and 11 of October of 2019, is hereby informing you on some alteration regarding the publication procedures of the International Proceeding supra mentioned.

As we are committed to find the best publisher for our papers, we have chosen the Cambridge Scholars Publishing, that will allow us a more comprehensive way to present the work of all the different themes of our Congress, from Ancient Egypt, to Mesopotamia, Ancient China, Rome, Greece and Reception Studies. 

Furthermore, The Cambridge Scholars Publishing allows both an internet and paper support for our work, both accessible worldwide. 

If you want your paper to be considered for publication, you should follow the information and guidelines below or download it from Documents for Download:

    §     The papers must be submitted until January the 12th of 2020 – There will be no alteration or postponement to this date. The papers must be submitted in Word, as an attachment, to antiquitylisbon2019@gmail.com.

 

    §    All articles will be submitted to a process of ' double peer review'

 

    §    The authors must assure that their contributions are original and not yet published, or in process of being published by other publication – fail in this point will mean the immediate exclusion of the work from publication.  

 

    §     As part of the process of paper submission, the author must guarantee that the paper follows ALL the guidelines established. 


Languages: All papers must be written in English.
Extension: Papers must have a maximum of 3000 to 3500 words.
Abstract and keywords: All articles must be accompanied by an abstract (max. 300 words) in English. It is also required from the authors to provide, along with the abstract, 3 to 5 keywords.
Formatting 1: The title of the paper should be centered in Times 14. The author's name (in Bold) and affiliation are on the right – Times 12.
Formatting 2: Margins: Side 2.5 cm, top, and bottom 3 cm Font: Times New Roman Font size: 12 Spacing: 1,5 points Alignment: Justified (without paragraph indentation)
Formatting 3: Subtitles throughout the text should appear in bold, 12
Citation and reference styles: All papers must be in accordance with the system of parenthetical author-date references and a corresponding reference list of The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed.[1] [The papers that don’t comply with this reference style will be automatically refused]
Citations up to 3 lines should be included in the text, in quotation marks. Use the following signaling: “...”; and in the case of quotation marks within quotation marks: “... ‘...’ ...”. Longer quotations should be in Times 10, without quotation marks, aligned to the left by paragraph indentation of the text (1.25 cm).
Footnotes: Please use only footnotes and not endnotes. Footnotes should be numbered consecutively. Footnotes should be used for citation purposes only and should not contain any discussion that cannot be incorporated into the text of the article. The number that refers to the footnote should be placed after the punctuation mark. Footnotes should be in Times 10, justified.
Special Fonts: In cases where articles contain special fonts or special diacritics (e.g. Sanskrit, Hebrew, Aramaic, Cuneiform, Egyptian hieroglyphic, etc.) the authors must provide, along with the text file, its respective font files.
Images and other graphics: Images should be included in the text in JPEG format. They must have enough quality in order to guarantee a good final result. The Editors assume their right to ask for better images when they don’t conform to high quality and resolution standards. Tables made in MS Word should be included in the text. However, the Editors may adequate them to fit better the page layout (size, columns, cells, etc.) without harming or altering the data and information therein. It is required to the authors to be assured of having all permissions necessary to publish images, such as photographs or illustrations. The respect of copyright laws for reproducing pictorial material in all manuscripts is the authors’ responsibility.


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