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Traditio is published once a year, by Cambridge University Press. Articles published have included critical editions of Greek and Latin texts, catalogues of manuscripts, and original studies dealing with the ancient world, early Christianity, and aspects of the Middle Ages. Articles that deal with material after A.D. 1500 are not accepted.
The deadline for submitting manuscripts is early December of each year. Final decisions on acceptance are made at a meeting of the Editorial Board, which takes place each year in late March. Copies of the annual volume are normally mailed out in December of each year.
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Publishing your article as Gold Open Access
You will have the option to publish your article as Gold Open Access, enabling the final published version to be made freely available under a Creative Commons license. You might be required to pay an Article Processing Charge (APC) for Gold Open Access. You may be eligible for a waiver or discount, for example if your institution is part of a Read and Publish sales agreement with Cambridge University Press. For more information about your Open Access options, please see here. For more information about the benefits of choosing to publish Open Access, see here.