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References used in the texts are basically cited as follows: “[Last Name] [year, [page(s)] [(if applicable) Pl./fig. no.)]”.

References including the author(s)’ name should be written in the original script of the publication.

Subtitles used in an article should be written in small letters and in bold. 

An author(s) who has several cited works published within the same year should have the reference marked a, b, c etc. in both the footnotes and the bibliography.

Roman numerals are to be used when referring to centuries prior to and including the X century A.D. (IV century B.C., etc.). After the X century A.D. Arabic numerals are to be used e.g. 13th century.

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Citations

1. Monographs (by Single or Two Authors)

In footnote:              [Last Name] [year], [page(s)]; [Last Name] – [Last Name] [year], [page(s)].

1 Boatwright 2000, 96; Cook – Dupont 1998, 42–45.

In Bibliography:        [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Title], [Place] [year]; [Initial(s)]. [Last Name] – [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Title], [Place] [year].

T. Boatwright, Hadrian an the Cities of the Roman Empire, Princeton 2000.

M. Cook – P. Dupont, East Greek Pottery, London – New York 1998.

2. Articles in Journals (by Single or Two Authors)

In footnote:              [Last Name] [year], [page(s)]; [Last Name] – [Last Name] [year], [page(s)].

1 Kantor 2011, 157; Adak – Kadıoğlu 2017, 32–34.

In Bibliography:        [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Title], [Journal Abbreviation*] [Vol/Number], [year], [pages]; [Initial(s)]. [Last Name] – [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Title], [Journal Abbreviation*] [Vol/Number], [year], [pages].

Adak – M. Kadıoğlu, Die Steinbrüche von Teos und «Marmor Luculleum», Philia 3, 2017, 1–43.

Kantor, Procuratorial Jurisdiction in the Lex Portorii Asiae, ZPE 179, 2011, 155–158.

3. Numbered Items in Articles

In text or footnote:   [Last Name] [year], [page(s)] [“no”]. [No].

1 Avcu – Doğan 2014, 90–91 no. 9.

In Bibliography:        As same format as in the “Articles in Journals”.

Avcu – Y. Doğan, Epigraphic Research around Juliopolis II: New Inscriptions from Nallıhan, Gephyra 11, 2014, 85–99.

* For the abbreviations of the Journals, the abbreviation list given in “L'Année Philologique” and “CLAROS” should be basically used. Please visit URL: http://www.dge.filol.csic.es/claros/cnc/2cnc3.htm.

4. Articles/Sections in Edited Books (by Single or Two Authors)

In footnote:             [Last Name] [year], [page(s)]; [Last Name] – [Last Name] [year], [page(s)].

1 Davidson 2006, 36–40; Speidel 2008, 53;  Mitchell – Vandeput 2013, 111.

Kaynakçada:            [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Title], [“in”]: [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [“(ed(s).)”], [Title], [Place] [year], [pages]; [Initial(s)]. [Last Name] – [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Title], [“in”]: [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [“(ed(s).)”], [Title], [Place] [year], [pages].

Davidson, Revolutions in Human Time. Age-Class in Athens and the Greekness of Greek Revolution, in: S. Goldhill – R. Osborne (eds.), Rethinking Revolutions through Ancient Greece, Cambridge 2006, 29–67.

Mitchell – L. Vandeput, Sagalassos and the Pisidia Survey Project: In Search of Pisidia’s History, in: J. Poblome (ed.), Exempli gratia. Sagalassos, Marc Waelkens and Interdisciplinary Archaeology, Leuven 2013, 97–118.

A. Speidel, Kappadokien. Vom Königreich zur Provinz, in: I. Piso (ed.), Die römischen Provinzen. Begriff und Gründung, Cluj-Napoca 2008, 51–64.

5. Works by more than two Authors (Monographys, Articles in Journals, Articles/Sections in Edited Books)

In footnote:             [Last Name] [et al.] [year], [page(s)].

1 Blümel et al. 2009, 159; Strocka et al. 2012, 49–56; Şahin et al. 1983, 42–46; Adak et al. 2015, 98–100 no. 7.

In Bibliography:       For Articles: [Initial(s)]. [Last Name] – [Initial(s)]. [Last Name] – [Initial(s)]. [Title], [Journal Abbreviation] [Vol/Number], [year], [pages];

                                For Monographys: [Initial(s)]. [Last Name] – [Initial(s)]. [Last Name] – [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Title], [Place] [year].

Blümel – C. Habict – T.C.Brennan, Ehrren für Cn. Domitius Calvinus in Nysa, ZPE 169, 2009, 157–161.

M. Strocka – S. Hoffmann – G. Hiesel, Die Bibliothek von Nysa am Mäander. Forschungen in Nysa am Mäander II, Darmstadt – Mainz 2012.

Şahin – M. A. Işın – M. K. Can, Acht Meilensteine aus Libyssa, EpigrAnat 1, 1983, 41–55.

Adak – E. N. Akdoğu-Arca – M. Oktan, Neue Inschriften aus Side, Philia 1, 2015, 89–122.

6. Ancient Works*

It is cited according to the work’s own order both within the text and footnote:

[Abbreviation of the Author]. [if available, abbreviation of work]. [book no],[section no],[paragraph no],[line no]. With no space between numbers and comas.

Strab. 14,31,3; Plin. epist. 10,39; Cic. Verr. 1,31,3.

In Bibliography:       Unless a textual analysis in quetion, ancient works shall not be recorded in the bibliography!

* For the abbreviations of the Ancient Authors or of their works, the abbreviation list given in Der Neue Pauly (DNP) should be basically used.

7. Corpora*

For citing numbered items within the text and footnote:         [Abbreviation of Corpus] [Vol.] [No].

For citing a page within the text and footnote:                      [Abbreviation of Corpus] [Vol.], [“p”]. [Page].

If citing numbered items:        TAM II 51; INikaia 68;  IEryth. 51        

If citing a page:                     TAM II, p. 51; INikaia, s. 66 (or INikaia I, p. 66); IEryth. p. 51 (or IEryth. I, p. 51)

In Bibliography:                     Well-known Corpora shall not be recorded in the bibliography!

* For the abbreviations of the Corpora concerning inscripitons, the abbreviation list given in “Diccionario griego-español” should be basically used. Please visit URL: http://dge.cchs.csic.es/lst/2lst3.htm.

For Papyri Corpora, the abbreviation list given in “Duke Papyrus Archive” should be basically used. Please visit URL: http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/papyrus/texts/clist.html.

8. Monographs under Occasional Publications - Supplements – Thesis/Dissertations

In footnote:             [Last Name] [year], [page(s)].                

1 Feissel 1983, 68; Marek – Adak 2016, 76 no. 82; Vitale 2012, 92; Strang 2007, 43–93.

In Bibliography:       As occasion requires, as same format as in “Monographys” or “Edited Books”. “[(Serie Name (abbrev.) / (Supplement)] [No])]” or, if a dissertation is in question, “[(Unpubl. Diss.)]” clauses need to be added to the end of relevant works.

Feissel, Recueil des inscriptions chrétiennes de Macédoine du IIIe au Vie siècle, Paris 1983 (BCH Supplément VIII).

Chr. Marek – M. Adak, Epigraphische Forschungen in Bithynien, Paphlagonien, Galatien und Pontus, Istanbul 2016 (Philia Supplement 2).

Vitale, Eparchia und Koinon in Kleinasien von der ausgehenden Republik bis ins 3. Jh. n. Chr., Bonn 2012 (AMS 67).

R. Strang, The City of Dionysos: A Social and Historical Study of the Ionian City of Teos, Ann Arbor 2007 (Unpubl. Diss.).

9. Book Reviews

In footnote:             [Soyad] [yıl], [sayfa(lar)]     

1 Stauner 2015, 183

In Bibliography:        [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Title], [“by”] [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Journal Abbreviation] [Vol/Number], [year], [pages].

Stauner, Eine Wüstenstadt. Leben und Kultur in einer ägyptischen Oase im 4. Jahrhundert n. Chr., by. Roger S. Bagnall, Philia 1, 2015, 183–185.

10. Published Papers presented in Congress - Symposium

In fooftnote:            [Last Name] [year, [page(s)]

1 Haensch 1997, 340;

In Bibliography:        [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [Title], [“in”]: [Initial(s)]. [Soyad] [(“ed(s).”)], [Name of the Congress /  Symosium] [its Place], [its Date], [Place] [year], [pages].

Haensch, Zur Konventsordnung in Aegyptus und den übrigen Provinzen des römischen Reiches, in: B. Kramer (ed.), Akten des 21. Internationalen Papyrologenkongresses Berlin, 13–19 August 1995, Vol. 1, Stuttgart 1997, 320–391.

11. Citation for an Author with more than one work within the same year

In footnote:             [Last Name] [year] [“a”], [page(s)]   

1 Coşkun 2013a, 156; Coşkun 2013b, 82–86.

In Bibliography:       As occasion requires, as same format as in “Monographys”, “Articles in Journals” or “Articles/Sections in Edited Books”.

Coşkun, War der Galaterkönig Deiotaros ein Städtegründer? Neue Vorschläge zu einigen kleinasiatischen Toponymen auf Sin-/Syn-, Gephyra 10, 2013, 152–162.

Coşkun, Histoire par les noms in the Heartland of Galatia (3rd Century BC–AD 3rd Century, in: R. Parker (ed.), Personal Names in Ancient Anatolia, Oxford 2013, 79–106 (Proceedings of the British Academy 191).

12. Articles in Encyclopedia – Work of Standard Reference

In footnote:             [Last Name] [year], [page(s)]              

1 Ruge 1934, 545; Welwei 2002, 602.

In Bibliography:       [Initial(s)]. [Last Name], [“s.v.”] [Title], [“in”]: [Abbreviation of Work] [Vol.] [No], [year], [pages].

Ruge, s.v. Teos, RE V/A, 1934, 539–570.

K.-W. Welwei, s.v. Timuchos (τιμοῦχος), in: DNP 12/1, 2002, 602.

Bibliography*

Bibliography is created at the same page where the main text of the article ends. The bibliography is titled “Abbreviated Literature” for the article written in English and “Abgekürzt zitierte Litertur” for the article written in German.

* Considering an article in which all above given examples concerning the citations are used, the bibliography of the article needs to be created as follows:

Abbreviated Literature / Abgekürzt zitierte Literatur 

Adak et al. 2015

M. Adak – E. N. Akdoğu-Arca – M. Oktan, Neue Inschriften aus Side, Philia 1, 2015, 89–122.

Adak – Kadıoğlu 2017

M. Adak – M. Kadıoğlu, Die Steinbrüche von Teos und «Marmor Luculleum», Philia 3, 2017, 1–43.

Avcu – Doğan 2014

F. Avcu – Y. Doğan, Epigraphic Research around Juliopolis II: New Inscriptions from Nallıhan, Gephyra 11, 2014, 85–99.

Blümel et al. 2009

W. Blümel – C. Habict – T.C.Brennan, Ehrren für Cn. Domitius Calvinus in Nysa, ZPE 169, 2009, 157–161.

Boatwright 2000

M. T. Boatwright, Hadrian and the Cities of the Roman Empire, Princeton 2000.

Cook – Dupont 1998

R. M. Cook – P. Dupont, East Greek Pottery, London – New York 1998.

Coşkun 2013a

A. Coşkun, War der Galaterkönig Deiotaros ein Städtegründer? Neue Vorschläge zu einigen kleinasiatischen Toponymen auf Sin-/Syn-, Gephyra 10, 2013, 152–162.

Coşkun 2013b

A. Coşkun, Histoire par les noms in the Heartland of Galatia (3rd Century BC–AD 3rd Century, in: R. Parker (ed.), Personal Names in Ancient Anatolia, Oxford 2013, 79–106 (Proceedings of the British Academy 191).

Davidson 2006

J. Davidson, Revolutions in Human Time. Age-Class in Athens and the Greekness of Greek Revolution, in: S. Goldgill – R. Osborne (eds.), Rethinking Revolutions through Ancient Greece, Cambridge 2006, 29–67.

Feissel 1983

D. Feissel, Recueil des inscriptions chrétiennes de Macédoine du IIIe au Vie siècle, Paris 1983 (BCH Supplément VIII).

Haensch 1997

R. Haensch, Zur Konventsordnung in Aegyptus und den übrigen Provinzen des römischen Reiches, in: B. Kramer (ed.), Akten des 21. Internationalen Papyrologenkongresses Berlin, 13–19 August 1995, Vol. 1, Stuttgart 1997, 320–391.

Kantor 2011

G. Kantor, Procuratorial Jurisdiction in the Lex Portorii Asiae, ZPE 179, 2011, 155–158.

Marek – Adak 2016

Chr. Marek – M. Adak, Epigraphische Forschungen in Bithynien, Paphlagonien, Galatien und Pontus, Istanbul 2016 (Philia Supplement 2).

Mitchell – Vandeput 2013

S. Mitchell – L. Vandeput, Sagalassos and the Pisidia Survey Project: In Search of Pisidia’s History, in: J. Poblome (ed.), Exempli gratia. Sagalassos, Marc Waelkens and Interdisciplinary Archaeology, Leuven 2013, 97–118.

Ruge 1934

W. Ruge, s.v. Teos, in: RE V/A, 1934, 539–570.

Speidel 2008

M. A. Speidel, Kappadokien. Vom Königreich zur Provinz, in: I. Piso (ed.), Die römischen Provinzen. Begriff und Gründung, Cluj-Napoca 2008, 51–64.

Strang 2007

J. R. Strang, The City of Dionysos: A Social and Historical Study of the Ionian City of Teos, Ann Arbor 2007 (Unpubl. Diss.).

Stauner 2015

K. Stauner, Eine Wüstenstadt. Leben und Kultur in einer ägyptischen Oase im 4. Jahrhundert n. Chr., by. Roger S. Bagnall, Philia 1, 2015, 183–185.

Strocka et al. 2012

W. M. Strocka – S. Hoffmann – G. Hiesel, Die Bibliothek von Nysa am Mäander. Forschungen in Nysa am Mäander II, Darmstadt – Mainz 2012.

Şahin et al. 1983

S. Şahin – M. A. Işın – M. K. Can, Acht Meilensteine aus Libyssa, EpigrAnat 1, 1983, 41–55.

Welwei 2002

K.-W. Welwei, s.v. Timuchos (τιμοῦχος), in: DNP 12/1, 2002, 602.

Vitale 2012

M. Vitale, Eparchia und Koinon in Kleinasien von der ausgehenden Republik bis ins 3. Jh. n. Chr., Bonn 2012 (AMS 67).

 

Other Suggested Abbreviations 

Anm.

Anmerkung

Fig(s).

Figür(ler)

Pl.

Plate

arş.

arşiv

fn.

footnote

S.

Seite

B.

Breite

Gen.

Genişlik

s.

siehe

bes.

besonders

haz.

hazırlayan

Stoich.

Stoichedon

Bh.

Buchstabenhöhe

H.

Height / Höhe

suppl.

supplement

bkz.

bakınız

Har.

Harita

s.v.

sub voce

Boust.

Boustrophedon

Hg(g).

Herausgeber

T.

Tiefe

ca.

circa

Hrsg(g).

Herausgeber

Tab.

Tablo / Table

Cat.

Catalogue

i.a.

inter alia

Taf.

Tafel

cf.

confer

i.e.

id est

trans. by

translated by

cen.

century

Jh.

Jahrhundert

u.a.

unter anderem

çev.

çeviren

Kat.

Katalog

W.

Width

D.

Depth

Koll.

Koleksiyon

vb.

ve benzeri

Der.

Derinlik

krş.

karşılaştırınız

v.d.

ve diğerleri

Diss.

Dissertation

LH.

Letter Height

vd.

ve devamı

dn.

dipnot

l(l).

line(s)

vgl.

vergleiche

ed. pr.

editio princeps

Lev.

Levha

vol(s).     

volume(s)

ed(s).

editör(s) / editör(ler)

n.

note

yak.

yaklaşık

Env.

Envanter

no(s).

number(s) / numara(lar)

Yük.

Yükseklik

et al.

et alii

Nr.

Nummer

z. B.

zum Beispiel

etc.

et cetera

Örn.

Örneğin

Z.

Zeile