Rules for Articles

No.

Element of plan

Studies and Materials

Discoveries

Reviews and Discussions

Chronicle

1.

Author/authors name and surname

X

X

X

X

2.

Title of article

X

X

X

X

3.

Abstract

X

4.

Keywords

X

5.

Contents of article

X

X

6.

Figures

X

X

X

7.

Bibliography

X

X

8.

Summary

X

9.

Author/authors affiliation

X

X

 

1. AUTHOR/AUTHORS NAME AND SURNAME

First name of the author in full, middle name – initial

2. TITLE OF ARTICLE

Title in Polish and / or in English prepared for translation into a foreign language

3. ABSTRACT

Abstract in Polish and / or in English prepared for translation into a foreign language. Volume: up to 200 characters with spaces

4. KEYWORDS

Keywords in Polish and / or in English prepared for translation into a foreign language

5. CONTENTS OF ARTICLE

A. Contents of article in Polish or in a foreign language prepared according to the following scheme:

  • Format: MS Office Word (*.doc, *.docx)
  • Font: Times New Roman
  • Font size: 12 pt basic text, 10 pt catalogue text
  • Interline spacing: 1.5
  • Indentation of paragraph 0.6 cm by TAB
  • Alignment: justified text
  • Hyphenation: OFF
  • Margins: 2.5 cm each
  • In the justified case (e.g. by volume of the article), a paper may be divided into unnumbered sections (e.g. introduction, material, methods of research, results of research, summary and conclusions, and catalogue)

B. Referencing

  • Author's surname, year of publication, pages, tables, charts and figures should be given in brackets, e.g. (Kowalska 2013, 34-38), (Kowalska 2013, Fig. 26)
  • In the case of more authors, not more than two surnames should be given and then et al. e.g. (Kowalska and Porzeziński 2008, 45-67), (Kowalska et al. 2010, Table VIII)
  • In case of referencing to several positions, the surnames should be separated by semicolons and given in chronological order, e.g. (Kowalska, 2011, 32-48; Kozłowska 2012, Fig. 1; Rogalski 2013, Table I: 3)
  • In case of larger number of authors (more than 5), the reference should be placed in a footnote
  • In case of referencing two authors with identical surnames first names' initials should be also given
  • In case of referencing an author outside brackets at the first quote the full first name should be given, and in the following quotes only the first name's initial, e.g. In Anna Kowalska's opinion .... according to the opinion of A. Kowalska

C. Notes, comments, remarks, references, explanations

  • Automatically numbered footnotes

D. Tables

  • Each table should be placed in a separate file
  • File caption should include the author's surname and description: table and number, e.g. Kowalska_table_23
  • Automatic text wrapping is acceptable
  • Font: Times New Roman, 10 pt
  • Each table should be provided with a source

E. Charts

  • Charts (preferably black and white) should be prepared using charting applications in spreadsheet software

F. Figures

  • A 'figure' is meant to be a drawing, photograph, diagram and any other graphic element placed after text
  • Each figure should have its own number, caption and, if necessary, legend
  • Each figure should be placed in a separate file
  • File caption should include author's surname and description: figure and number, e.g. Kowalska_figure_23
  • Figures should be prepared in JPG or TIFF (300 dpi) in grayscale (8-bit)/colour (RGB 24-bit or CMYK 32-bit)
  • To the figure should be attached (in a separate file) a list containing: the figure's title, legend, author and/or reference to a source, e.g. Fig. 1. Szczecin, Castle Hill. Reconstruction of leather footwear. Drawing A. Kowalska. Fig. 1. Szczecin, Castle Hill.

Reconstruction of leather footwear, after Cnotliwy 1980, Fig. 13. Drawings should have a linear scale, maps and plans marked with North (if they are not oriented)

G. Bibliography

  • Text should contain a list of quoted sources: bibliography (if there are quoted separately written sources and publications) or publications
  • The bibliography should be arranged in alphabetical order according to authors' surnames
  • If under the surname of author/authors there is more than one position; they should be arranged in chronological order
  • The bibliography must include: in case of a book: the surname/surnames of all authors, first name initials, year of publication, title of publication (in italics) and place of issue, e.g.
    • in the case of an article in a book
    • in the case of an article in a journal or book series:
    • in the case of unpublished works, information about the place of storage of a manuscript should be included

H. Summary (in English)

  • Summaries concern only the Studies and Materials section
  • A summary should be prepared in Polish or English, or in a manner, which enables translation
  • Maximum summary volume 1000 characters with spaces
  • Formatting as in the main text

I. Affiliation

  • At the end of given text the author's details (academic title, place of work, address, phone number and e-mail address) should be placed