The papers will be written, optionally, in Romanian, English, French, German or Italian, and their translation will be provided by the authors.
The entire manuscript, abstract, text, figure legend – will
be written in MS Word compatible file format, with Times New Roman format font,
font size 11 points, single spaced. When using special characters (Greek,
Slavonic), the author will attach the fonts to the e-mail correspondence.
The authors are requested to add their full name, affiliation
(or personal address) and e-mail address at the end of the paper.
The authors are kindly asked to send the text both in MS Word version and PDF version, along with the corresponding illustrations (see below).
List of files to be attached:
paper (without illustrations!) in MS Word version;
same paper in PDF version (as the „control copy”);
abstract not exceeding 2000 characters
(with spaces), written in the same language as the article, as well as its
translation into another language, at your choice; the same file will indicate
5 keywords or key phrases in the two languages used in the abstracts;
list of illustrations (includes labeling of the chart/figure, any possible
legends in text form, if any, and the copyright details, under each
plates should be numbered only as filenames, eg. Pl_01, Pl_02, etc.) – in .tif
format, at a resolution of 300 dpi;
figures will be numbered as such: Fig. 01, Fig. 02, etc, and will be submitted
in .tif format, at a resolution of 300 dpi;
bibliographic list, will be included in a separate file (word and .pdf);
list of abbreviations (only those missing from the previous CA volume; those
already published in the previous number are mandatory);
in mind that if one of the files mentioned above is missing, the contribution
will not be evaluated and the editorial team will inform you about the missing
above rules are not made to burden the authors, but to facilitate the
evaluation and editing of the papers.
If the documents listed above exceed 25 MB, you should send them via WeTransfer.
It is desirable that each contribution has a unitary critical system, according to the accepted scientific norms. For this purpose we propose the following citation system, derived from the Oxford system:
notes will be introduced in the page footer, numbered from 1 to for the entire
paper and will have the following format:
Gudea 1996, 149.
Florescu, Florescu, Diaconu 1958,
174, Pl. VI/4-6; Topoleanu 2000, 123. Bâltâc et al. 2016 (for more than three
note with several references will display them 1) thematically and/or 2)
The lists of references (bibliography) at the end of the article will be paginated in a table with two columns, according to the models below:
Topoleanu, F., Ceramica romană şi romano-bizantină de la Halmyris(sec. I-VII p. Chr.), Editura CIMEC: Tulcea, 2000
Florescu, Florescu, Diaconu 1958
Florescu, Gr., Florescu, R., Diaconu, P., Capidava. Monografiearheologică, Vol. I, Editura Academiei RPR: București, 1958
For more than three authors, use the recommended format below (see Articles) .
Gudea, N., Castrul roman de la Inlăceni, Acta Musei Porolissensis, 3, 1996, 149-173
Florescu et al. 1959
Florescu, Gr., Florescu, R., Anastasiu, Fl., Vâlceanu, D., Mateescu, T., Teodorescu, D., Munteanu, P., Săpăturile arheologice de la Capidava, Materiale și Cercetări Arheologice*, 6, 1959, 617-627
* Although abbreviations are allowed (see list of abbreviations in this volume) we recommend avoiding them, especially when they are not very common.
Articles citations in collective volumes:
Gomolka-Fuchs, Gudrun, Die Kleinefunde, in von Bülow, Gerda, et al. (ed.), Iatrus VI. Spätantike Befestigenung und Fruhmittelalteriche Siedlung an der Unteren Donau, Limesforschingen Band 28, Verlag Phillip von Zabern: Mainz am Rhein, 2007, 265-304
Citation of historical sources/ancient authors (exemplification):
Pliny, Nat. Hist.
Pliny The Elder (Gaius Plinius Secundus), Natural History, Rackham, H., et al. (tr.), 10 vol., Loeb Classical Library, Harvard University Press, 1939-1967
Citation of electronic sources/online journals
In addition to the author’s name and the title of the cited document, the online journal in which it was published and the date it was published online (if applicable), the full web address will be indicated as a link for the online version of our journal, followed by the date of access of the said document:
Lazăr, S., Întâlnire de gradul zero, sub Kilimanjaro. O profesoară de limba engleză din Piteşti, oaspete la triburile izolate din Africa, Jurnalul Naţional, 26 feb. 2013, /link web/, vizitat la /data/ link-ul se transcrie integral
Citation of systematic catalogs, encyclopedias (examples):
Roman Imperial Coinage, Augustus to Vitellius, ed. Mattingly, H., Spink: London, 1923
Paulys Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft: neue Bearbeitung, ed. Pauly, A., et al., J.B. Metzler: Stuttgart, 1894-1980
illustration will be displayed in the form of plates, A4 format, arranged at
the end of the article, as well as figures placed in the text, according to the
plates will be numbered from Plate I to Plate XXX (both in the illustration list
and in the text). Inside the plates the illustrations (pictures, drawings, etc.)
will be numbered from 1 to n, with
TNR 10 normal font. Inside the text, the reference will be made with normal
characters between brackets as follows: (Pl. VI or Fig. 6) or for plates with
multiple illustrations (Pl. VI/3 or Fig. 6/3). For illustrations that require a
key (for example maps, archeological profiles etc.), this will be preferably
done on a separate file (but will also be received in a single file,
illustration + key).
illustrations designed to be placed inside of the text will be called “Figures”
(in the language of the article, of course) and will be numbered from 1 to n. They will be sent as separate files,
accompanied by a list of the figures containing the labeling of each of them.
The preferred position of each figure will be explicitly mentioned in the text,
in a separate paragraph, or through the distinct shading of the text (eg.:
maximum width of the illustration is 17 cm. The maximum allowed height is 25
are accepted only in .tif format at a resolution of at least 300 dpi. The journal
also accepts color illustrations.
any artifact illustration it is recommended to indicate the following: the
museum and the collection; the inventory number; the author of the photograph
or the publication.
When the author uses as illustrative material photographs, drawings, plans, sketches, etc. having a non-signatory author of the article, it is necessary to specify (in the List of illustrations) whether the legal right regarding the reproduction of the respective illustrations has been obtained in advance for the purpose of publication. Any issue regarding the reproduction rights and copyrights for the illustrative material used constitutes the sole responsibility of the corresponding author (who may or may not be the first author).