Home \ Requirements for manuscripts

Requirements for manuscripts

The article must be an independent specialized study and meet the criteria of scientific relevance and novelty. The percentage of articles originality must be at least 80%. It is not allowed to present final qualifying and dissertation papers or parts thereof, or abstracts as articles. The article can be prepared specifically for the journal based on materials from a separate chapter of the dissertation.

Multiple or duplicate publications are not allowed – that is, publications whose materials significantly coincide with those already published in any periodical, book or on the Internet, except in exceptional cases discussed with the editorial board of the journal.

Articles for publication in the journal “Paleorosia” are sent to the email paleorosia@mail.ru

Please send materials in Microsoft Word document format (doc, docx, rtf), Times New Roman font. If you use foreign language (not Latin or Slavic) fonts, please, send font files and an article in pdf format. Articles should be no more than 80 thousand characters.

Articles should be formatted so.

Article information:

Initials, surname

Title of the article (centered on the page in bold)

Abstract (at least 3-4 phrases) and keywords (at least 6 and no more than 10)

Information about the author: full name(s), surname of the author, scientific degree, position and name of the institution, email, ORCID number.

Example of this information:

Ivan Ivanovich Ivanov

Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of the Department of History of Russia, Trans-Altai Federal University

E-mail: ivanov@zaagu.ru

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0000-1234-5678

This information is first provided in English and then in Russian.


Иван Иванович Иванов

доктор исторических наук, профессор кафедры истории России Заалтайского федерального университета

E-mail: ivanov@zaagu.ru

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0000-1234-5678


Then follows:

Article text (single spacing, font – 12-point, paragraph – 1.27 cm).

Sources and literature

The lists of sources and literature should be numbered and ordered alphabetically. If the number of sources exceeds three, they are separated into another list.

The bibliographic description of used publications is as follows:


Author. Article title. Title of the journal (given in italics), year, number, pages.


Smith A. Communications between Elephants and People in Ancient Russia. Indian historical journal, 2005, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 49–53.

In monographs, the title of the book is given in italics.


Smith V. Prince Vladimir the Saint in the Japanese historiography. Chicago, 2007.

The bibliographic description of used Slavonic publications is as follows:

names and initials of the authors should be in italics. In monographs, the total number of pages is given only if there is a danger of confusing the edition used with a similar one (if the year of publication and publisher are the same). For publications after 1945, the name of the publisher must be given.


Иванов И.°И. Роль крестьян Крайнего Севера в развитии российской государственности XIIIXVII°в. // Вестник Шпицбергенского педагогического института. Серия: история. 2016. №7. С.°34–38.

Сидоров С.°С. Крестьянские поселения на Крайнем Севере: страницы истории. М.: Нарвал, 1997. С.°67.

After the Russian-language lists are given English lists of Sources and References.

Basic rules of Sources and References Lists. The author's surname and initials are given either in Latin transliteration (if they are not in Latin), or in the original, not in italics. The title of the article (if it is an article in a journal or book) is given in a transliteration, and then the translation in brackets. The title of a journal or book is given in italics, and if the journal or book has an English title, only that is given; if there is no English name, its transliteration is given, and then the translation in brackets. Information about the number of volumes, volume or issue, edition and editor is given then after commas (slashes are not used). The city is given in English; the publisher name, if it is not in Latin, is given in the transliteration with the addition “Publ.” (if the publishing house belongs to a university or scientific institute, its English name is given with the addition “Press”), then is a year. Then the publication language is indicated in parentheses and (if available) DOI number. If an article in a journal has a “For citation” (“Link”) description, it is provided without transliteration, but using the general rules of References.

Povest' vremennyh let [The Tale of Bygone Years], ed. by D. S. Likhachev and V. P. Andrianova-Peretz. 2nd ed. St Petersburg, Nauka Publ., 1999. (In Old-Russian and Russian)

Weisman A. D. Grechesko-russkij slovar' [Greek-Russian dictionary], 5th ed. St Petersburg, 1899. (In Greek and Russian)

Gaidenko P. I. Chastnaja zhizn' drevnerusskogo duhovenstva i ego pastvy: problema intimnosti [Private life of the Ancient Russian clergy and their flock: the problem of intimacy]. Kirik Novgorodec i drevnerusskaja kul'tura [Kirik Novgorodian and Old Russian culture], part 3, ed. by V. V. Mil'kov. Velikij Novgorod: Novgorod state university Press, 2014, p. 130–155. (In Russian)

Page has footnotes. The format should be the same bibliographic description. Publishers and other additional information are not indicated in footnotes. Initials and other letter values must be attached to the main words with non-breaking spaces. The spacing is single, the font is 10-point, the paragraph is 0.5 cm. A footnote in the text is placed before the punctuation mark. When repeating a reference, the surname and initials are indicated, as well as the short title of the book or article. Abbreviations “Op.cit.” or “Ibid.” are not used.


Ivanov I.°I. The role of peasants of the Far North... P.°34–38.

Sidorov S.°S. Peasant settlements in the Far North. S.°67.

At the end of the article, please attach a list of abbreviations used.