Publication Ethics 

All parties involved in the process of publication, all editors, reviewers, and authors must comply with international academic ethics, based on the core practices of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). We recommend their perusal at the following address: 

Summited articles must constitute of original research that has not seen prior publication.

All authors are responsible for the quality and accuracy of their research. Any form of plagiarism reported either by our reviewers or by another party involved in the publication process will be immediately sanctioned.

Any attempt at plagiarism or at the violation of ethical academic integrity will be exposed by the responsible editor to the journal’s scientific board, and an investigation will be started. The results of said investigation will be relayed to the scientific board which will subsequently take a decision together with the journal’s Editor-in-Chief.

Privacy Statement

SARA and the authors are the lawful copyright-holders of all published articles.

Authors are encouraged to use their materials to share knowledge, to popularize the historical science, and to implicitly promote the journal. 

The editorial staff shall not disclose any information concerning submitted manuscripts to anyone other than the author.

Author’s names, affiliations, and email addresses, necessary to make communication possible, will be exclusively used for the scientific purposes of the journal itself, and will not be made available for any other purpose to any other party.