1. Submission and acceptance of articles
The articles must be original, unpublished, and not be accepted by another magazine. We will publish articles about medieval history and art history, with the possibility of publishing articles related with other fields of medieval studies. The articles should be sent to the email address of the magazine:
When the article had been analyzed by the editorial board, it will be submitted anonymously to two members of the scientific committee, which will guide the editor’s final decision on accepting it or not for the publication. They could propose changes for improvement, too.
2. Articles’ format
The texts must be sent in informatics support (Word). It should be used Times New Roman. The font size should be 12 pt., simple-space the text.
The articles will be preceded by the following information: title, author(s), the university or institution to which belongs and an electronic address. It will be added a summary of the article, with a maximum extension of 100 words, in the original language of the article. A second one will be added in English. Every summary will be accompanied by a maximum of 6 key words in the same language.
The articles must be written in one of the following languages: Catalan, Spanish, Galician, Portuguese, English, French, Italian or German. In exceptional situations we will accept other languages.
The illustrations will appear embedded in the document, and not at the end of this.
Original images will be submitted in a good quality informatics support: JPG/TIFF with a minimum of 300pp.
The list of illustrations will be sent in another document.
The illustrations will be labeled “figure” and will be consecutively numbered with Arabic numeral in the same order that their cites in the text.
The articles will not be followed by a bibliography at the end. So, bibliographic references must be added into the footnotes of every page.
The editorial of the work will not be cited.
Author’s name (initial in capital letter), surname (small capital), title of the book, city and year of edition, number/s of the page/s.
Example: F. ABBAD RÍOS, El románico en Cinco Villas, Zaragoza, 1954, pp.58-59.
If the book is written by two authors, their name will go separated by a comma. If it is written by three or more authors, we will use the expression et al.
Author’s name (initial in capital), surname (small capital), “Title of the article”, name of the magazine, number (date of publication), number/s of the p/pp.
Example: M. MELERO MONEO, “El llamado taller de San Juan de la Peña, problemas planteados y nuevas teorías”, Locus Amoenus, 1, (1995), pp. 47-60.
Chapter of a book
The chapters of a book will be cited in a similar way that the articles of a magazine, with using “in” between the title of the chapter and the reference of the book.
Example: G. BOTO VARELA, “San Juan de Duero” in J. YARZA LUACES, G. BOTO VARELA (coords.), Claustros románicos hispanos, León, 2003, pp.176-177.
Author’s name (initial in capital), surname (small capital), “Title of the contribution” in title of the work or name of the conference proceedings, place of publication, year, p/pp.
Example: J. YARZA LUACES, “Historiografía artística silense" in Silos. Un milenio (Actas del Congreso Internacional sobre la Abadía de Santo Domingo de Silos), Burgos, 2003, tomo IV, pp.15-48.
Author’s name (initial in capital), surname (small capital), title, discipline o specialty, university, department, date of presentation, volumes, p/pp.
Example: A. ORRIOLS ALSINA, Il·lustració de manuscrits a Girona en època romànica, Tesi de doctorat en Història de l’Art, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Departament d’Art, 1999, 2 vol, pp. 305-307.
In subsequent citations we must use the initial’s name, the full surname, part of the title, the year of publication and the page/s.
Example: R. CROZET, “Recherches sur la sculpture…”, 1967, pp. 41-57.