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Remittal of literature references

References in notes

For BCV, CCV and MCV, bibliographical references are to be abridged in footnotes as in the following model:
 

  • references to sources: Surname, Short title in three to five words, page(s);
  • references to critical apparatus: Surname, year of publication, page(s).

For ECV and articles in the Debates section of MCV, which do not carry a summary bibliography, bibliographical references should be detailed in endnotes in the former case and in footnotes in the latter. They should only be detailed in full on first occurrence (with page number). On second and subsequent occurrences they should be abridged to a maximum of five words.

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If the same reference (author, title) is used twice running, the second should be replaced by ibid., indicating the page number if different.

In the case of two consecutive notes referring to the same author, replace the author's name with Id. or Ead. on the second and subsequent occurrences.

The abbreviation et al. should only be used if the reference contains more than three authors.

References to archives or libraries should be rendered in full on first occurrence, followed by their acronyms in parentheses. Subsequent occurrences should cite only the acronym.

Please do not use latinisms (art. cit., op. cit., loc. cit., supra, infra...) and write “see” rather than vid. or cf.

Bibliographical references

Bibliographical entries should be arranged in alphabetical order and different works by the same author in ascending chronological order (from oldest to most recent). The name should not be replaced by a dash.

If a reference contains several authors, the name of each one should be rendered in full.

If an author has several entries for the same year, they should be distinguished by lower-case letters following the date, without a space (1980a, 1980b, 1980c, etc.).

For modern or contemporary works, cite the year of publication in parentheses after the author's first name.

For literary or classical works and printed sources, cite the year at the end of the reference, without parentheses. The date of first publication may be specified, in square brackets, after the title.

Literary and classical works by the same author should be arranged in alphabetical order of title, ignoring initial articles.

Index authorless references by the first word in the title, including where this is an article.

Places of publication of works should be cited in the language of the article or work to be published in Casa de Velázquez publications and not in that of the reference of origin. For CCV, the language of the title determines that of the of the collective work.

The bibliography should be confined to references used in the manuscript. 

Summary table

a) Critical apparatus

Abridged reference in notes

Full reference in bibliography

Books

Braudel, 1990, p. / pp.

Braudel, Fernand (1990), La Méditerranée et le monde méditerranéen à l’époque de Philippe II, Paris, A. Colin, Coll. “Le livre de poche” (402), [3 vols] (9th ed.).

Duby, 1980, p. / pp.

Duby, Georges (dir.) [1980], Histoire de la France urbaine, Paris, Éd. du Seuil, t. I.

Ochoa Brun, 2006, p. / pp.

Ochoa Brun, Miguel Ángel (2006), Historia de la diplomacia española, t. VII (1): La edad barroca, Madrid, Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores y Cooperación.

Doucet, 2002, p. / pp.

Doucet, Michel (2002), Dictionnaire juridique et économique, t. II: Allemand–Français, Munich–Bâle, C. H. Beck – Helbing & Lichtenhahn (6th ed.).

Academia Portuguesa da História, 1959, p. / pp.

Academia Portuguesa da História (1959), Guia da bibliografia histórica portuguesa, Lisbon, n.p.

Cuenca Toribio, 1981.

Cuenca Toribio, José Manuel (1981), “Iglesia y poder político”, in La era isabelina y el sexenio democrático (1834-1874), t. XXXIV, José María Jover Zamora (dir.), Historia de España Menéndez Pidal, Madrid, Espasa-Calpe, pp. 569-640.

Articles

Cavillac, 1991, p. / pp.

Cavillac, Michel (1991), “Le San Antonio de Padua et le ‘roman familial’ de Mateo Alemán à l’heure de l’Atalaya”, Bulletin hispanique, 93 (1), pp. 107-133.

Bats, 2004, p. / pp.

Bats, Michel (2004), “Grec et gallo-grec: les graffites sur céramique aux sources de l’écriture en Gaule méridionale (iie- ier s. av. J.-C.)”, in Michel Feugère and Pierre-Yves Lambert (eds), L’écriture dans la société gallo-romaine, dossier published in Gallia, 61, pp. 7-20.

Poutrin, 2011, p. / pp.

Poutrin, Isabelle (2011), “Notas sobre la destrucción de las comunidades moriscas malagueñas y su reconstrucción en la campiña sevillana, 1569-1610”, in Los moriscos y su expulsión. Nuevas problemáticas, 30th issue of Areas. Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales, No. 30, pp. 111-119.

Ayaso, Cano, Orfali, 1993, p. / pp.

Ayaso, José Ramón, Cano, María José, Orfali, Moisés (1993), “Bibliografía sobre la mujer judía”, in Celia del Moral (ed.), Árabes, judías y cristianas: mujeres en la Europa medieval, Granada, Universidad de Granada, pp. 237-244.

Meslin, 1972, p. / pp.

Meslin, Michel (1972), “Le phénomène religieux populaire”, in Pietro Boglioni et Benoît Lacroix (eds), Les religions populaires. Actes du Ier colloque international des religions populaires (Saint-Gervais de Bellechasse, 4 october 1970), Québec, Presses de l’université Laval, pp. 5-15.

Pérez Gallardo, online.

Pérez Gallardo, Helena, “Laurent y Cia, J.”, in Enciclopedia del Museo del Prado, <https://www.museodelprado.es/enciclopedia/enciclopedia-on-line/voz/laurent-amp-cia-j> [accessed on: dd/mm/yyyy].

Palma, 2002.

Palma, Marco (2002), Bibliografia degli scritti di Armando Petrucci, Rome, Viella, <http://www.let.unicas.it/dida/links/didattica/palma/workinpr/bibpetru.rtf> [accessed on: dd/mm/yyyy].

Benavent, 2014.

Benavent, Júlia (2014), “Intrigas y peripecias a la muerte del Duque de Calabria”, e-Spania, <http://e-spania.revues.org/23083>, DOI: 10.4000/e-spania.23083.

Balty, 1981, p. / pp.

Balty, Jean-Charles (1981), s. v. “Antiocheia”, in Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae, Zurich, Artemis, 1981, t. I, pp. 840-851.

Theses and other unpublished work

Rohfritsch, unpublished, p. / pp.

Rohfritsch, Edmond (unpublished), Balthazar Moncornet, graveur, éditeur et marchand d’estampes à Paris au xviie siècle, ou l’invention du portrait de grande diffusion, PhD thesis defended in 1995 at Paris-Sorbonne University.

Rodríguez Llopis, unpublished, p. / pp.

Rodríguez Llopis, Miguel (unpublished), “Los señoríos del reino de Murcia en el siglo xiii”, communication presented at Congreso Internacional Conmemorativo del VII Centenario de la Muerte de Alfonso X el Sabio (Toledo, 1984).

Catalogues

Trésors d’orfèvrerie gallo-romains, p. / pp.

Trésors d’orfèvrerie gallo-romains (1989), exhibition catalogue (Paris, Musée du Luxembourg, 8 February - 23 April 1989; Lyon, Musée de la civilisation gallo-romaine, 16 May - 27 August 1989), Paris, Réunion des musées nationaux.

Rabisch. Il grottesco nell’arte del Cinquecento, p. / pp.

 Rabisch. Il grottesco nell’arte del Cinquecento. L’Accademia della Val di Blenio, Lomazzo e l’ambiente milanese (1998), eds Giulio Bora, Manuela Kahn-Rossi and Francesco Porzio, exhibition catalogue (Museo cantonale d’Arte, Lugano, 28 March - 21 June 1998), Milan, Skira.

b) Sources

Abridged reference in notes

Full reference in bibliography

Archive documents and manuscripts

“Milagres…”, f. / ff..

“Milagres de Nossa Senhora de Guadalupe”, BNP, Fundo Geral, codex 74.

“Práctica de la Chancillería”, f. / ff.

“Práctica de la Chancillería de Granada (s. xvii)”, BNE, ms. 309.

Ana de San Agustín, “Vida de la venerable Madre Ana de San Agustín”, f. / ff.

Ana de San Agustín, “Vida de la venerable Madre Ana de San Agustín, escrita por ella misma”, BNE, ms. 7225.

Printed sources

Tirso de Molina, La vida y muerte de Herodes, p. / pp.

Tirso de Molina (pseud. of Gabriel Téllez), La vida y muerte de Herodes, in Id., Quinta parte de comedias del maestro Tirso de Molina, Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1636.

Meneses, Reportorio de caminos, p. / pp.

Meneses, Alonso de, Reportorio de caminos, Alcalá de Henares, S. Martínez, 1576 ; rept. Madrid, La Arcadia, 1946.

Betanzos, Suma y narración de los Incas, p. / pp.

Betanzos, Juan de, Suma y narración de los Incas [1551], ed. María del Carmen Martín Rubio, Madrid, Atlas, 2007.

Al-Bīrūnī, Kitāb al-āṭār al-bāqiya, ed. and trans. Sachau, 1998, Arabic text, p. / pp.; English text, p. / pp.

Al-Bīrūnī, Abū al-Rayḥān Muḥammad b. Aḥmad, Kitāb al-āṭār al-bāqiya ʻan al-qurūn al-jāliya (“Chroniques des nations anciennes ou les vestiges du passé”), ed. and trans. Carl Edward Sachau: Chronologie orientalischer Völker, Leipzig, F. A. Brockhaus, 1878; 2nd ed. 1923 ; rept. Frankfurt-am-Main, F. Sezgin, 1998; English trans. by Id.: The Chronology of Ancient Nations. An English Version of the Arabic Text of the Athār-ul-bāqiya of al- Bīrūnī or “Vestiges of the Past”, Collec­ted and Reduced to Writing by the Author in A.H. 390 - 1, A.D. 1000), London, William H. Allen & Co., 1879; rept. Frankfurt-am-Main, F. Sezgin, 1998, <http://gallica.bnf. fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k72901q.r=.langFR.swf> [accessed on: dd/mm/yyyy].

Ibn ʻIḏārī al-Marrākušī, Kitāb al-Bayān, p. / pp.

Ibn ʻIḏārī al-Marrākušī, Abū l-ʻAbbās Aḥmad, Kitāb al-Bayān al-Muġrib fī aẖbār al-Andalus wa-l-Maġrib, French trans. by Edmond Fagnan, Histoire de l’Afrique et de l’Espagne, Algiers, Impr. P. Fontana, 1901.

Ibn ʻIyāḍ, Maḏāhib al-Ḥukkām, p. / pp.; trans. by Serrano Ruano, 1998, p. / pp.

Ibn ʻIyāḍ, Maḏāhib al-Ḥukkām fi nawāzil al-aḥkām, ed. Mohammed Bencherifa,  Beirut, 1990; Spanish trans. by Delfina Serrano Ruano, Maḏāhib al-Ḥukkām fi nawāzil al-aḥkām (“La actuación de los jueces en los procesos judiciales”), Madrid, 1998.

CIL XI 2607, Elbe.

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL), Berlin, W. de Gruyter & Co, 1895.

IG II 128 Michel 583.

Inscriptiones Graecae (IG), Berlin, W. de Gruyter & Co, 1873-.

Ovide, Pontiques, I, 2, 33-34.

Ovide, Pontiques, ed. Jacques André, Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 1977.

Hésiode, Fragmenta Hesiodea, 128.

Hésiode, Fragmenta Hesiodea, eds Reinhold Merkelbach and Martin Litchfield West, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1967, 128.

c) Special cases

Sacred books (Tanakh, Bible, Koran), archive documents and journal articles should only be cited in footnotes, as follows:

Greek and Latin sources

Sacred books

Homer, Iliad II 348.

Koran, IV, 131.

Sophocles, Electra 4-6.

Ezequiel XXVII, 4-9.

Archive documents

Archives du ministère des Affaires étrangères (Paris), Correspondance politique, Espagne, vol. 88, f. 7, letter from duc d’Harcourt to Louis XIV, Madrid, 2 March 1701.

Journal articles

“Academia Nacional de las tres nobles artes de S. Fernando”, Diario de Avisos de Madrid, 22 July 1838.

Miquel y Badía, Francisco, “Exposición retrospectiva de obras de escultura, pintura y artes suntuarias en Barcelona”, Diario de Barcelona, 15 june 1867.

Again, an isolated reference to classical Greek or Latin sources, or a manuscript cited only once, where their inclusion in the list of Sources at the end of the work is not warranted, should be cited only in a footnote.