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As an example, here is an imaginary title:
[CONF] The Romans and The Exact Sciences, 15-24.9.2009

The codes are:
[CFP] Call for Papers concerning conferences (or for articles concerning books, for cooperations concerning projects, etc.)
[CONF] Conference, Colloquium, Symposium
[LECT] Lecture
[SEM] Seminar
[THES] Thesis project
[DEF] Thesis defence
[PUBL] Publication
[JOB] Job opportunities
[PROJ] Research Projects
[INFO] Miscellaneous

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The organisers of PHILIA are conscious of the delicate situation of living in a country where the academic institutions dealing with the Mediterranean Antiquity are functioning in two official languages: French and Dutch. We are nevertheless persuaded that science has to transcend every linguistic frontier and thus consider that everyone wishing to publish information may do so in the language which suits him best, including English as international lingua franca.

Multilingualism being self-evident for every serious researcher, whose everyday life leads him to deal at least in a passive and elementary way with an international bibliography, it is reasonable to assume that basic language skill should not be a major impediment to the comprehension of information. But if anyone wishes to post messages in two or three languages at the same time, he should feel free to do so and will be very welcome. The organisers of PHILIA commit themselves to send all their communications in three languages in order to assure a maximal comprehension.