Propylaeum supports Open Access as a publication model for circulating research results. It publishes both initial/primary versions of documents (“golden path”) and well secondary/re-published documents (“green path”). These publications are archived permanently and citable by standardized addresses (URN, DOI) and metadata. These identifiers can be found in library catalogues, and via Internet search engines, the world over.r.
Propylaeum can be used by classical studies scholars from anywhere in the world. We make the following modes of publication available through the service::
- The platform Propylaeum-eBooks offers primary publications of monographs, anthologies, and publication series from all fields of classical studies. Publications are provided with an ISBN number and may comprise a print-on-demand component.
- The Open Journal Systems (OJS) software Propylaeum-eJournals offers a technical platform for publishing electronic journals.
- The document server Propylaeum-DOK acilitates publication of scientifically relevant writings, theses, and essays.
- recensio.antiquitatis provides the means to publish reviews on publications from the field of classical studies.
Within the framework of these publication models you also have the option to archive your research data.
Proylaeum also offers the possibility to digitally edit historical text and image corpora including personalized annotations and commenting features using current standard text and image labelling (XML/TEI).