Use Microsoft Word 2004 for wordprocessing. If you have a later version please use the Save As facility to save your document in the earlier version.
Please keep formatting to a minimum.
Separate paragraphs with a line space.
Please keep Greek to a minimum. Transliterate Greek whenever possible. For longer quotations in Greek, please use Unicode fonts (whatever its name may be, unicode fonts can be converted in one another : Arial Unicode MS, PalatinoType, New Athena Unicode for Windows XP-Vista for example, or Lucida Grande for Mac OS 10.2. and further). All the papers will be converted in unicode UTF-8 to appear correctly on the web-browser (Many free unicodes fonts are available on Greek Fonts Society). The fonts GraecaII or equivalent (LaserGreek encoding) are accepted.
To use Unicode properly or to know how to convert your text in Unicode, (especially on Macintosh), see the website : Greektranscoder.
If you do use another font and/or system, please contact Olivier RENAUT to know if it is possible to send your font along with your paper.
For all queries about greek fonts for the Journal, please contact Olivier RENAUT.
Sending an article
Please send as an attachment to email to Francisco GONZALEZ
Please make the subject of the email message "Plato contribution".
When referring to Platonic dialogues by their full title, use the title that is customary in your language, e.g. Phaedo, Phédon. When using abbreviations, please use this standard set:
Apol., Charm., Epist (e.g. VII), Euthyphr., Gorg., Hipp. mai., Hipp. min., Crat., Crit., Lach., Leg., Lys., Men., Parm., Phaid., Phaidr., Phil., Polit., Prot., Rep., Soph., Symp., Theait., Tim.
For other ancient authors and works, use abbreviations standard in your language, e.g. (in English) those in Liddell-Scott-Jones or the Oxford Classical Dictionary.
References: Secondary Works
Choose the format that best suits your article, and apply it consistently. For all other queries, email Francisco GONZALEZ