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Editorial guidelines


1. We accept articles in Polish, English and German.

2. We also ask you to briefly inform the author about himself: education, academic degrees, fields of interest, place of employment and correspondence address, ORCID number

3. Please attach a brief summary in Polish to the text.

4. Articles accepted for publication are subject to editorial and author's correction and adjustment, i.e. shortening, supplementing with subheadings, reformatting, etc.

5. The author of the text is obliged to submit (in electronic / scan / or paper version) author's declaration. In the case of articles written by more than one author, please name all co-authors and their affiliation, as well as specify their contribution (in interest) to the article (ghostwriting firewall and guest authorship).

6. The authors of the publication are entitled to a free copy of the author. The editorial office does not pay royalties.

7. The authors do not bear any fees or costs of publication in "Zeszyty Kaliskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Nauk"

8. The Editors do not return unsolicited materials.

9. The author is responsible for the copyright and publishing rights.

10. Submitting the text to the Editorial Office by the author is tantamount to his declaration that he is entitled to copyrights to this text, that the text is free from legal defects and that it has not been previously published in full or in part, and has not been submitted to the editorial office of another journal , and is also tantamount to granting free consent to publish the text in the journal "Zeszyty Kaliskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Nauk" and to disseminate it unlimited in time and territory, including placing copies of the journal on the market and making its copies available on the Internet for a fee and free of charge, see author's statement.

11. The materials published in the "Journals of the Kalisz Society of the Friends of Sciences" are protected by copyright. The text may be reprinted only with the consent of the Editorial Board.

Rules for preparing the text

1. The text should be written in the WORD 97/2003 program with the extension doc., Font 11 points. with leading (1 point). Please limit text formatting to the necessary minimum.

2. The text should be provided with a header (in the case of a review and review note in the footer) with the name and surname of the author and affiliation (in the case of employment at a university or research and cultural institution, etc.) or the name of the city, if no affiliation.

3. Quotations are given in straight font in quotation marks; mark the quote in the quote with French quotation marks << >>; in the case of longer quotes, the text should be separated by indentation (0.5) and size (10 points) without quotation marks, and the quotation in the quotation is marked with regular quotation marks. Abbreviations and abbreviations in quotes are marked with square brackets with three dots [...]. Omissions and abbreviations in the titles of the cited works - apart from descriptions of old prints - are marked with square brackets with three dots [...].

4. After a numerically given year or century, abbreviations are used, e.g. after 1410, in the 19th century.

5. The names of the months are given in Roman numerals when they appear together with the day and year, without any dots separating them, e.g. on May 3, 1791, in other cases with a full word, e.g. in July 1789.

6. When mentioning a person for the first time in the text, we give him / her full name (s) and surname (e.g. Joachim Lelewel), and the next time the person is recalled, we only give the initial of the first name (initials of the names without spaces between them) and the surname, e.g. J. Lelewel , JS Bandit. We write foreign names in the original version, eg Stanislav Petr, Bernhard Bischoff, except for people whose names and surnames appear in Polish, eg Voltaire, Charles Dickens, and ruling people and dynasties. If first and last names require transliteration, we use ISO 9: 2000.

7. The journal titles cited in the text should be written in straight type in quotation marks, eg "Polonia Maoir Orientalis", and the titles of works in italics, without quotation marks, eg Annales Miechovienses. and conference names in straight font in quotation marks.

8. We put the footnote sign before the full stop of the sentence. The exceptions are punctuation marks like!,?, ... and abbreviations r., W., After which we do not put a dot after the footnote number.

9. Numbered footnotes for the entire article. All sources used in the work should be provided.

10. The bibliography should be arranged alphabetically according to the names of the authors of each item, and in the case of collective works - by title.

11. All drawings, photos included in the document must be sent as separate files: TIFF format, resolution 600 DPI (preferably in grayscale)

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