Submission deadline:

November 30, 2023

Vitruvius n. 3, 2024

VITRUVIUS is the journal of the Centro Studi Vitruviani. It is a scholarly periodical that aims to publish essays on topics related to all that pertains to Vitruvius and his work, the De Architectura, the only treatise on architecture that has come down to us complete from antiquity. The Centro Studi Vitruviani was born in 2010, with the aim of spreading the knowledge of classical culture and classicism in all its expressions, with particular reference to De Architectura libri decem by Marcus Vitruvius Pollio. The fields of reference of the journal are therefore multiple, given the vastness of the topics covered by the roman architect. It will host studies regarding the work itself, its genesis, its rediscovery, its editions, its fortune, and works concerning different “Vitruvian” fields, such as archaeology, ancient, modern and contemporary architecture, urban planning, music, hydraulics, gnomonics, mechanics and much more.

The goal is to publish one issue per year.

The languages accepted for the contributions are Italian, English, German, French and Spanish.

The format of the Journal is 21,5×28 cm.

The Journal will be published in both printed and digital form.

Manuscripts should be sent to and will be subject to peer review by two anonymous readers.

The editors suggest for the whole paper:

  • Maximum of illustrations: 30
  • Maximum of characters (included spaces and bibliography): 100.000


The deadline for the submission of manuscripts for the 2024 third issue is November 30, 2023.

More information can be found here.

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