The Values of French

The Values of French Language and Literature in the European Middle Ages. ERC Advanced Grant (no. 670726) at King's College London

Citation Guidelines

Figshare Records

Our XML-TEI files and research software are now stored and available to download at Figshare.com. There are four records for the core datasets (Edition, Alignment, Lemmatisation and Research Software) grouped in a 'collection' for the project. For more information see Natasha's blog post on data management (6/7/2020).

Please follow the citation guidelines on Figshare.com:

The Values of French Literature and Language in the European Middle Ages

https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.4873335.v1

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition

https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.11907081.v1

The Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César: Alignment

https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.11907249.v1

The Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César: Lemmatisation and Search

https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.11830386.v1

The Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César: Research Software

https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.11907255.v2


The material on the TVOF website is publicly available and free at the point of access, provided the project and website is acknowledged in every instance.

How to cite the edition

1) For the edition as a whole, please use:

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition, ed. by Hannah Morcos, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta, Henry Ravenhall, Natasha Romanova and Luca Barbieri; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

2) For the semi-diplomatic transcription, the following form of citation is recommended: 

  • Fr20125

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition; BNF, Fr20125 (semi-diplomatic transcription), ed. by Hannah Morcos, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta, Henry Ravenhall, and Natasha Romanova; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

  • Royal 20 D I

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition; BL, Royal 20 D I (semi-diplomatic transcription), ed. by Hannah Morcos, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta, Henry Ravenhall, Luca Barbieri, and Natasha Romanova; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

3) For the interpretive edition, please also include the section and lead editor in the order below: 

  • Fr20125

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition; BNF, Fr20125 (interpretive edition): Genesis (1) and Orient I (2), ed. by Maria Teresa Rachetta, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Henry Ravenhall, Natasha Romanova, and Hannah Morcos; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: https://tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition; BNF, Fr20125 (interpretive edition): Thebes (3) and Greeks and Amazons (4), ed. by Natasha Romanova, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta, Henry Ravenhall, and Hannah Morcos; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: https://tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition; BNF, Fr20125 (interpretive edition): Troy (5), ed. by Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta, Henry Ravenhall, Natasha Romanova, and Hannah Morcos; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: https://tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition; BNF, Fr20125 (interpretive edition): Eneas (6) and Assyrian Kings (6bis), Rome I (7), Rome II (10) and Caesar (11) , ed. by Hannah Morcos, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta, Henry Ravenhall, and Natasha Romanova; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition; BNF, Fr20125 (interpretive edition): Alexander (9), ed. by Henry Ravenhall, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta, Natasha Romanova and Hannah Morcos; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

  • Royal 20 D I

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition; BL, Royal 20 D I (interpretive edition): Prose 5 (5bis), ed. by Luca Barbieri, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Hannah Morcos, Maria Teresa Rachetta, Henry Ravenhall, and Natasha Romanova; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: https://tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition; BL, Royal 20 D I (interpretive edition): Eneas (6) and Assyrian Kings (6bis), Rome I (7), ed. by Hannah Morcos, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta, Henry Ravenhall, and Natasha Romanova; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: https://tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 17 July 2020).

To cite a specific paragraph or segment of text, include the manuscript shelfmark along with the reference, e.g. Fr20125, § 588. 1, or Royal 20 D I, § 53.1,


How to cite Alignment

The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: Alignment, by Maria Teresa Rachetta, Hannah Morcos, Simon Gaunt, Henry Ravenhall, Natasha Romanova and Simone Ventura; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3). Available at: https://tvof.ac.uk/histoire-ancienne/alignment (accessed 17 July 2020).


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, Simon Gaunt (PI) et al. (King's College London, 2015-2020), funded by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement no. 670726). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/ (accessed 4 February 2020).

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 (King's College London, 2017). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/blog/naples-angevins-boccaccio-02072017 (accessed 4 February 2020).

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, Simon Gaunt (PI) et al. (King's College London). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/k/bibliography/ (accessed 4 February 2020).

July 2020