Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents (CCED) Journal
Submitted work should be double-spaced throughout, and should be prepared in conformity with The Chicago Manual of Style. 16th Edition.
Footnotes are preferred over endnotes. Articles should be in Times New Roman 12 pt. font.
Submissions can take the form of notes or observations (1/2 - 3 pages) or short articles (4-8 pages, plus references) relating to epigraphic studies.
Epigraphic Studies includes:
- historical or philological aspects of inscriptions
- art historical aspects of inscriptions and their surrounding decorative motifs
- digital humanities or information/library studies approaches relating to inscriptions
- numismatics and sigillography
We especially welcome articles on inscriptions from the CCED online collection and editions of unpublished inscriptions.
All content submitted to the Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents (CCED) Journal shall be licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Only License, the terms of which can be found athttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.
This license allows for all submitted content to be used free of charge so long as proper attribution is given.
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