All articles and illustrations must be mailed to the addresses of the Editors. Manuscripts can be submitted in English, French, and Italian, without being formatted into journal style. They will need to be formatted for revision, after acceptance. There are no specific page limits for the articles. Illustrations, however, should be provided with a resolution of 300 dpi and a cmyk colour mode. The deadline to submit articles for each edition of Museikon is July the 31st.

The studies should present new discoveries, bringing insight to a relevant problem, and not be the simple extension of current knowledge. Submission of a manu­script implies that it reports unpublished work, that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere and that, if accepted, it will not be published elsewhere in the same form. The Editors reserve the right to reproduce in another language and in a different form studies published in a language or in a publication with very little dissemination.

At least two recommended reviewers must be provided by the author at the submission stage. One or two more reviewers will be chosen by the Editors. Manuscripts that pass the pre-screening phase but have not yet been formatted in journal style will then be returned to the author for formatting. Authors should normally carry out any revision within two weeks including formatting the manuscript into journal style. The language of the articles will be then verified by a third party and finally by the language consultants of the journal.

In the matter of copyright, every author is responsible for the illustrations provided to the journal, as well as for the originality of the published work. Museikon allows and encourages the dissemination of its articles on online platforms. A pdf version of the article will be provided to its author, who may distribute it as he or she wishes. The paper will be freely available online immediately upon publication, under the Oxford Open initiative.