[INDOLOGY] Chicago B style and Footnotes

Paolo Eugenio Rosati paoloe.rosati at gmail.com
Wed Oct 26 14:54:01 UTC 2016

Dear indologists,

I was reading the CMS 16th ed. about the Chicago B Style, but I was not
able to find any reference to the use of footnotes in the author-date
system (maybe there is not).

I use footnotes for explanations that would weigh down the text---e.g. to
explain local names as Manobhava (Kamadeva), or to place a long series of
bibliographical comparisons.

Could anyone indicate to me if there is a chapter or any online reference
about the use of footnoteseither  for Chicago B or for any other
Author-Date system?
Any other advice is very welcome.

Best, Paolo

Paolo E. Rosati
Oriental Archaeologist
PhD candidate in "Civilizations of Asia and Africa"
South Asia Section
Dep. Italian Institute of Oriental Studies/ISO
'Sapienza' University of Rome
paoloe.rosati at uniroma1.it
paoloe.rosati at gmail.com
Skype: paoloe.rosati
Mobile: (+39) 338 73 83 472

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