Guidelines for the authors
Abstracts are limited to 8500 characters (including whitespace). Papers must be sent to
in both .DOC/.DOCX/.ODT and PDF formats. Text font: Arial 12 pt. Spacing: 1.5 lines. Margins: 2 cm on all sides. Paragraph indentation: 1 cm. Page numbers: centered at the top of each page. Alignment: justified. Word hyphenation must be avoided.
Italics and bold may be used for emphasis; avoid using capital letters, letter spacing, and underlining. Glosses should be given in single quotes (‘ ’). References should be given in square brackets and formatted in the following way: [surname_of_the_first_author_or_the_first_word_of_the_title year_of_publication].
If the paper is written in English, references should be formatted according to Digital Medievalist journal guidelines (http://digitalmedievalist.org/journal/1.1/submission/#documentation). For papers in Lithuanian or Russian, see the corresponding call for papers.
All other kinds of notes (except bibliographic references) should be formatted as footnotes with automatic numbering.
If characters not available in Arial are used, the corresponding fonts should be submitted with the paper.
The following filename format is recommended: author’s_surname.* (for example, ivanov.doc).
Author’s/authors’ given name(s) and surname(s)
Full name of the organization, city, country
Summary (up to 500 characters)
Text of the abstract