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Revista Salduie. ISNN:1576-6454

Submission Guidelines

Salduie welcomes interdisciplinary research and studies throughout the field of classics. 

The submission of manuscripts is preferred in Spanish but any other official language of the European Union can be considered. Articles should not exceed (including acknowledgements, references, tables and all figure and table captions) 40 pages (90 000 characters). The proportion of the text and the quantity of images/graphics within it is of the author’s/authors’ choice. 

The papers published in Salduie express exclusively the opinion of their authors not of the editors of the journal. 

The editors will intend to have the accepted manuscripts published in a year’s time. The manuscripts submitted must be unpublished and not currently being considered for publication by any other journal. Suitable papers are peer-reviewed by at least two experts from the Committee of Editing and Assessing, reserving the right to decline any submission unsuitable for Salduie.

The manuscripts must be mailed to the Department of Antiquity Studies, University of Zaragoza, Pedro Cerbuna 12, 50009 Zaragoza (Spain); telephones: 976 761000 ext. 2059 y 3875; Fax: 976 761506; The manuscripts can be addressed directly to the editors: amagallo@unizar.es or emaestro@unizar.es.

Salduie accepts submissions in electronic format, although it must be indicated the word processor employed. Along with the electronic format the manuscripts must be mailed printed, the text and the footnotes double-spaced. If some specific type of characters is used (Arabic, Greek, etc.), the font must be indicated. At the top of the first page, the document should include the title of the paper, the name of the author/s and an abstract in Spanish, English or French of at least 50 words but not exceeding 150 words. The abstract must resume the aims, the methods, the results and the conclusions of the article. Because of the submission of the electronic version of the text, the author is the only person responsible of the orthographic quality of the text. 

Tables, figures, drawings, maps, photos, graphs, etc. will be submitted in high quality files (jpg., tiff., etc.) and in original format, indicating where they have to be inserted within the text. Full figure captions must be included. 

Bibliographical references will be included in the footnotes. The reference will contain the surname/s of the author/s given in capital letters and the first letter of the author’s name along with the year of publication. If needed, use alphabetical suffixes for publications by the same author in one year (for example, a, b, c, etc.). The titles of monographs, journals or proceedings will be given in italics. The place and the editor must be referred in case of a monograph; the volume and the pages must be specified for an article in a journal and in case of proceedings or a multi-authored work the date, the celebration place, the editor and the pages should be included. 

Full references should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper.

When the paper is accepted, authors are asked to make necessary changes following the first review. Before its publication the author/s will receive their paper once more. At this stage, only minor corrections (such as typographical errors) are allowed. 

Authors are requested to respect deadlines as they have 15 days to make the corrections of their paper and to send it back to the editors. If the paper is submitted by various authors, the first one will be contacted.  The authors will receive a copy of the journal and 25 offprints of their paper. Any additional offprints will be charged.