The Values of French

The Values of French Language and Literature in the European Middle Ages. ERC Advanced Grant at King's College London

Citation Guidelines

The use of any material from this website, whether for the purposes of private research or of publication (paper or electronic), must be accompanied by due acknowledgment.

How to cite the website

The following form of citation is recommended for citing the project and the website as a whole:

The Values of French Literature and Language in the European Middle Ages. ERC Advanced Grant at King's College London. Accessible at the address: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/, accessed: 9th October 2017.

Citation of blog posts or news articles should give the individual author, title and year specific to that entry:

Simone Ventura, ‘Naples and the Angevins: Manuscripts, Multilingualism and Boccaccio’,The Values of French Literature and Language in the European Middle Ages (London 2017). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/blog/naples-angevins-boccaccio-02072017, accessed: 9th October 2017.

For individual pages of the website, add the page title (in quotation marks) as it appears in the browser:

‘Bibliography’, The Values of French Literature and Language in the European Middle Ages. Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/k/bibliography/, accessed: 9th October 2017.

How to cite the edition

The following form of citation is recommended: 
(a) the title of the edition, 
(b) the manuscript and version of the text, 
(c) the numeric identifier of the paragraph(s) and segment(s) cited, 
(d) the credits and the DOI, 
(e) the website address and date of access.

This is to be given in the following form:

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César. A digital edition, BnF, f. fr. 20125. Semi-diplomatic edition, § 591, 1-3, ed. by Hannah Morcos with the collaboration of Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta and Henry Ravenhall; with technical support from Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar and Geoffroy Noël, (DOI [to be confirmed]). Accessible at the address: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/?p1=Fr20125, accessed: 9th October 2017.

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César. A digital edition, British Library, Royal MS 20 D I. Semi-diplomatic edition, § 591, 1-3, ed. by Hannah Morcos with the collaboration of Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta and Henry Ravenhall; with technical support from Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar and Geoffroy Noël, (DOI [to be confirmed]). Accessible at the address: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/?p1=Royal,  accessed: 9th October 2017.