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Publication profile

Propylaeum-DOK publishes the following document types:

In addition Propylaeum-DOK accepts specialized documents of graduated authors recommended by university lectures. A written certificate has to be submitted in advance.

In general: All documents published on Propylaeum-DOK have to deal with (classical) antiquity and to fulfil formal academic standards. The responsibility for the content of the documents lies with the authors.

Publishing documents on Propylaeum-DOK

Electronic publishing on Propylaeum-Dok is free of charge. The Staff of Heidelberg University Library provides the upload of your file(s).The following preparations are necessary

Step 1: Provide the text in an electronic format

We consider PDF (Portable Document Format). However it is possible to submit your document in a PostScript Version or HTML version, too. If necessary, a document has to be converted into one of these formats.
Additional services like formatting or converting documents for a publication can be supported after prior consultation by the Propylaeum-DOK team. For this it is possible to submit word files, too.

Files can be sent via email or via web-based data exchange services.

The University Library retains the right to convert documents into another file format, e.g. for technical reasons!

Step 2: Provide an abstract in German language (max. 5.000 signs) or if preferred in English (5.000 signs)

Files can be sent via email or via web-based data exchange services.

Step 3: Fill the Copyright Agreement

By signing this form authors transfer to the University Library the right to reproduce, make available to the public and store the document on its institutional server. Please, click the button "Copyright Agreement", print it as a hardcopy, complete and send it to the University Libaray (by fax or mail). Authors warrant that they are the sole owner of the submitted document and that they have made no commitments with any other party prohibiting the rights of use stated above, that the document is original and does not infringe upon any copyright or any other party. With the help of SHERPA/RoMEO, a British Open Access initiative, authors can check the copyright polices of the most important publishers and their attitude towards self-archiving.

Please, send the completed form via mail or fax to the University Library of Heidelberg (see contact information on the form).

Authors are liable to comply with copyright regulations. Authors will be solely responsible for publishing. Heidelberg University Library assumes no responsibility.

Publishing on Propylaeum-DOK the authors retain their rights of use, particularly the right to publish the document in a book, journal or post it on other institutional repositories. In recognition of the author(s) desire to publish their documents simultaneously online more and more publishers do grant their authors the right to post the document on the author's personal or, institutional web, site or server corresponding to SHEPRA According to the recommendations of the Wissenschaftsrat academics are encouraged to retain their right of posting the document on institutional repositories - if necessary after a certain retention period - in the copyright agreements with the publisher [see Empfehlungen zur digitalen Informationsversorgung durch Hochschulbibliotheken. Hrsg. v. Wissenschaftsrat, Greifswald 12. Juli 2001, PDF (10.12.2001), S. 26].

If you generate content of your work with the help of artificial intelligence (Artificial Intelligence Generated Content, AIGC), you must describe the use of this tool transparently and in detail in a "Methods" section. As the author, you are fully responsible for the accuracy of the information provided by the tool and for correctly citing any supporting work (sources) on which this information is based.

Documents published on Propylaeum-DOK are not dynamic. This means: in case of modifications the modified document will be stored as a new version.

For further information see "Profile".