1.  Prepare the manuscripts in Thai and English using the “TH Sarabun New” font, size 16 point, and
     limit the word count to 6,000-9,000 words, excluding citations. Once submitted through the
     ThaiJO system, the manuscripts will undergo the journal’s standard process, which involves the
     editorial team reviewing the scope of content and sections of the manuscripts before forwarding
     them to reviewers. Throughout this process, the author’s name and affiliation will remain anonymous.
     If a manuscript does not pass the screening process, the author will receive notification through the
     ThaiJO system.

2.  A manuscript shall consist of three main sections:
          -  The information section includes the title, author's name, affiliation, author's email address,   
             primary contact's email address, abstract, keywords, and acknowledgments (if applicable).
          -  The content section includes the introduction, main content, analysis and discussion, results,
             and conclusions.
          -  The reference includes footnotes and bibliography.

3.  Title
          -  Specify the title in both Thai and English.
          -  Ensure that the title is clear, concise, and accurately reflects the content or issues presented
             in the manuscript.

4.  Author Details and Contact Information
          -  Include the name(s) of author(s) in Thai and English.
          -  Provide the affiliation's name, indicating the faculty, university, or status as an independent
             academic, in Thai and English.
          -  Provide an official email from the affiliation or other agencies, as well as the primary contact
             email address, in case of multiple authors.

5.  Abstract
     For Thai manuscripts, provide an extended abstract of 500 words, concisely stating the study
     objectives or research questions, methodology, brief content, and study results. The abstract should
     effectively convey a comprehensive understanding of the entire manuscript. Authors have the
     flexibility to present each topic (objectives, questions, methodology, scope of study, findings,
     and so on) separately or organize them into their preferred writing structure. For English 
     manuscripts, limit the abstract to 300-350 words.

6.  Keywords: Include 3-5 keywords relevant to the content of the manuscript.

7.  Acknowledgment
          -  For research articles, include the name of the research project, source of funding, year of
             funding, and any other necessary details for publication.
          -  For theses, specify the title of the thesis, educational institution, and any other necessary details
             for publication.

8.  Introduction
     The introduction should clearly state the purpose or main question of the manuscript its hypothesis,
     a broad range of relevant literature review, and gaps or limitations in previous studies which lead to
     a discussion in the manuscript.

9.  Research Methodology and study methods
     Authors should indicate research methodologies specific to architectural history, Thai architecture,
     or architectural preservation. The manuscript shall present a research framework or research design
     that aligns with the study. Additionally, authors should specify the important methods used in the
     study and provide detailed information about data collection for the manuscript.

10.  Analysis, Discussion and Results
     The analysis and discussion should be conveyed in an orderly, engaging, and easy-to-understand
     manner, with clarity and conciseness. In cases where the content is complex or difficult to portray
     via texts, it is recommended to include photographs, architectural drawings, or analytical diagrams
     to enhance comprehension. The results or findings can be presented alongside the analysis and
     discussion in each relevant section or provided as an outcome at the end of the manuscript.

11.  Conclusions
     The conclusions should align with the objectives or issues addressed in the study. Furthermore, they
     should confirm or provide commentary on the assumptions and findings that fill gaps or contribute
     to expanding knowledge in the field. Additionally, they should demonstrate the potential impact of
     the research findings on society, education, or the continuous development of academic research.
     Moreover, it is encouraged to address any limitations in the study and provide suggestions that may
     stimulate further research questions for researchers or interested individuals.

12.  Figures and Tables
          -  The total number of figures and tables should not exceed 15 items.
          -  Attach high-resolution images of figures and tables in JPG or TIFF formats along with the
             manuscript document file. The resolution of each file should be300-600 dpi.
          -  Number figures and tables separately in sequential order, e.g., Figure 1, Figure 2, and Table 1,
             Table 2.
          -  For Thai manuscripts, provide captions in both Thai and English for each figure and table.
          -  Use the English academic writing style for texts within figures and tables, whether the figures
             or tables are created by the author or revised from referenced sources. However, for an original
             image with historical significance, authors should preserve their original appearance. Texts of
             the original language found in the figures shall be retained. Instead, the author should note
             explanations, detailed origins, importance, and relevance to the manuscript underneath the figures.
          -  Cite figures and tables from other sources according to the format specified by the journal.
             For copyrighted items, authors must obtain permission from the copyright owner. Please note
             that this is the responsibility of the author and not the journal.
          -  Avoid referencing non-academic sources that cannot be traced back, such as some websites.
          -  Figures and tables in the introduction and the content section of the manuscript should be
             referred to in English, e.g., (see Figure 1) or (see Table 1).


13.  Reference
          -  The journal adheres to the citation style of the Chicago Humanities system.
          -  The manuscript should use attribution and explanatory footnote citations in accordance with
            the specified format of the journal.
          -  The bibliography should include both the Thai version (retained for verification) and the
             English version. The title should be written only in Thai Romanization format. It is
             recommended to use the following text conversion program:
          -  It is advised to avoid citing information from non-academic websites, as they have not undergone
             the quality assurance process or cannot be verified or traced back.