Contributions should be written in English, German, French or Italian. The article should not be longer than 12.000 words, including footnotes.
Articles should be accompanied by an abstract (max. 150 words), preferably in English. The abstract should present the main point and arguments of the article.
The full name, institution, address and e-mail address should be written at the end of the article.
Please attach beside the article a short information about yourself (max. 5 lines), including the institution where you work, your main points of interest, main publications.
Authors are kindly asked to send in the final form of their article, carefully edited according to the following indications, proofed for language, spelling and grammar. Articles with spelling and grammar errors cannot be accepted.
Please use Normal Style, with Times New Roman, 11, single line spacing, justified, first line indent at 0.8 cm.
For headings use Heading 2 Style.
For Hebrew and Greek quotations please use Bible Works fonts (BWhebb, BWgrkl), Hebraica, Graeca, or Scholars Press fonts (the latter can be downloaded from the Biblica site). For transcription of Hebrew texts please use a standard transcription.
Footnotes are numbered continuously, starting with 1.
Footnote numbers in the text should be inserted automatically (Insert footnote), placed in superscript after the punctuation mark. Do not use endnotes or other modalities of inserting notes.
For Footnotes use Footnote Text Style with Times New Roman, 9, single, justified, hanging indent at 0.5 cm.