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== Previous decisions ==
== Previous decisions ==

Revision as of 05:43, 16 September 2019

Monday, Monday

Ask Dean for index of articles and reviews.

List NT articles not acknowledged by AG.

Previous decisions

"ff": Allowed? With or without a space?

- Discouraged, highlight for Dean's consideration.

« , » ou « virgule »

French: «word»

Mistake: »word«

  • Use English names and order for the cumulative Scripture index
  • . . . vs. ...
[...] to show that the author has inserted the ellipses.
  • Should I expand abbreviations in the main text of the essay? YES.
By means of the introductory phrases, they are clearly separated from the foregoing text and thus are marked as interpretative additions (similarly to Eccl 12,9 – 11,12-14). At the same time, the references to other texts in these introductory notes invests them with the same authority as the sources to which they allude. In fact, the texts on which the additional details on Job are based were identified in our analysis as passages in 2 Macc 7; 12 and Dan 12 resp. Gen 25 and 36 (par. Jub 19 und 38)
  • Pattern for volume and page numbers: (I.56, II.196, 223, 231)

Contact info

Pontificio Istituto Biblica
Piazza della Pilotta 35
Roma 00187


Active link: Instructions for Authors

Outdated link: https://www.biblico.it/doc-vari/EIC_Biblica.pdf


- Carlo VALENTINO, Segretario Generale

Subscriptions to Biblica:

Bondgenotenlaan 153
3000 Leuven

Cumulative Index Project

stIcu/tpwF/2010 Articles listed by year (1980-2018).

All authors of articles -- alphabetical order.

Proofread article titles for italics!

Subsequent entries of the same author: indented M-dash, comma

format for articles and book reviews

subtitle in articles separated by colon

In some book reviews, it is necessary to preserve the subtitle. Title italicized. Period. Subtitle without italics.

Separate volume and page number information from title of articles by use of a period.



- Peeters Online Journals, Biblica