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Quaestiones Oralitatis welcomes articles written in Polish, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russian. The submissions must be in .rtf or .doc or .odt format. Contributions submitted to Quaestiones Oralitatis must not have been previously published nor be currently under consideration for publishing elsewhere (either in whole or in part, in any language).


Formal Adjustment

The submissions should not exceed 40,000 characters, including footnotes. Submissions should be accompanied by short abstract and keywords in English.

Line spacing: 1,5

Font size: 12 pts

Margins: 2,5 cm

Font: „Unicode”

Abbreviated citations of Classical works:

For abbreviating Greek and Latin authors and their works follow, in general, Oxford Classical Dictionary 4, e.g. Eur. Alc. 333; Hom. Il. III 345; Pind. Nem. 3, 10.

Works cited:


Capitalise surname of the author, give the date of publication, use the en-dash between page numbers:

AHRENSDORF 2014, 13. AHRENSDORF 2014, 13–15.


1. Monograph and edition of original text:

AHL1976: F. Ahl, Lucan. An Introduction, Ithaca, N.Y. 1976

2. Chapter in the book:

BRAMBLE 1982: J. Bramble, Lucan, [in:] E.J. Kenny, W.V. Clausen (eds.), The Cambridge History of Classical Literature, vol. II: Latin Literature, Cambridge–London–New York 1982, pp. 533–557.

3. Paper in the periodical:

BACA 1969: A.R. Baca, Ovid’s Claim to Originality and Heroides 1, „Transactions of the American Philological Association” 100 (1969), pp. 1–10.

4. Internet paper:

LOVATT 2013: H. Lovatt, The Eloquence of Dido. Exploring Speech and Gender in Virgil’s Aeneid, „Dictynna” 10 (2013) [retrieved: 01.12.2014].

Use Unicode font for texts written in other alphabets than Roman.

Italicise phrases in Latin and other foreign languages.

Italicise titles of works.

Put short quotations in the quotation marks.

For longer quotation use10 pts and double line spacing between the passage and main text. Do not italicise passages.

Use Latin phrases: Idem, Eadem, Ibidem, Vide.

Use the en-dash between numbers, e.g. 1913–1915.