Fragmentology publishes articles in English, French, German, and Italian, on an annual basis. Articles are published in html and pdf formats. Fragmentology welcomes articles on all aspects of medieval manuscript fragments, with a particular focus on fragments in Latin and Greek alphabets.
Authors retain the copyright for their articles, and all articles, research notes, and book reviews are distributed via a Creative Comments 4.0 Attribution license. For more information, see our Open Access Policy.
Submissions must be conform to the style sheet and be checked by a native speaker for grammar and orthography.
Submissions that meet the minimum criteria for scholarly publication will be sent out for rigorous peer review. As a rule, all articles and notes are subjected to double-blind peer review.
Submissions and inquiries may be sent to the editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org .