Citavi style for Ancient history
Can you tell me, please, if there is a citation style that can be used to write a paper for Ancient history? Especially for the Greek and Roman period.
I have to cite the ancient authors in the first footnote and bibliography in this way:
CAESAR. The Gallic War. Translated by H. J. Edwards. Loeb Classical Library 72. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1917.
CAESAR. Civil War. Edited and translated by Cynthia Damon. Loeb Classical Library 39. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2016.
The rest of citations, also into the footnotes, should be like this: Caes., BGall., 1.53; Caes., BCiv., 2.32.9, and similar.
How can I obtain, as a citation key those abbreviations used for ancient writers and theirs works?