The general style of the article, footnotes and bibliography should follow the following guidelines:
- Program in which the file is saved: Microsoft Word for Windows.
- Font and size: Times New Roman 12 (text), Times New Roman 10 (notes), Times New Roman 11 (bibliography).
- Bibliographical references should be made within the text using parenthesis and including the author’s name, year and page:
E.g: Rome is a city of spectacles (Whitmarsh 2001: 78)
The bibliography should come at the end of the article –indicating the editions of classic texts and bibliography cited- in alphabetical order of authors and in chronological order when various works by the same author are cited, as follows:
Editions (cite by author)
BUFFIÈRE, F. (19892). Heráclite. Allégories d’Homère. Paris (1962).
CLAUSS, J.J. & S.L. JOHNSTON (eds.) (1997). Medea: Essays on Medea in Myth, Literature, Philosophy and Art. Princeton University Press.
b) Chapters of books
LONG, A.A. (1990). “Filosofía postaristotélica” in EASTERLING P.E. & B.M.W. KNOX (eds.) Historia de la Literatura Clásica. Vol. I. Madrid: Gredos; 669-689.
c) Articles (with the full name of the journal)
GARRIDO, M. (2004). “Poder y género en Antígona de Sófocles” in Anales de estudios clásicos y medievales I. Neuquén; 213-221.
- References to classics authors should be written as follows :
Homer. Odisea, 10.235
and may include the verse number in citations of Greek and Latin texts, as long as the edition used is indicated in the bibliography.
- Textual citations should be made in parentheses. If these exceed two lines, they should go in inverted commas in a separate paragraph with 2cm indentation, single spaced.
- Footnotes should go at the end of the page, single-spaced.
- In italics: titles of words (Aeneid), Latin and foreign words and citations and uncommon technical terms.
- Abbreviations to be used (Spanish texts): : siglo V a.C. / fr. 13 / 134ss. / ibid. / Cfr.
- Greek words will go in Greek type (SGreek). Only in exceptional cases may transliteration in Latin letters and italics be used: do not mark long vowels or the iota subscripta, the letter H must be used instead of the spiritus asper and acute accents and circumflexes should be included to reflect where possible Spanish phonetics rather than Greek script: E.g. alétheia, páthos, ho élenchos, pneûma, lógos, noûs, tò sêma, tôn archôn. Do not put two accents on the same letter.
- Do not include underlining or numbers in subheadings.
- In the body of the text do not use underlining or bold. Where a word has to be stressed, do so using single inverted commas. Double inverted commas should only be used for textual quotations.