The title is pretty-much self-explanatory: I'm searching for a BibLaTeX (not BibTeX) style that would give such a result: http://books.google.pl/books?id=5iBGig7WzV4C&lpg=PP1&hl=pl&pg=PA207#v=onepage&q&f=false . For BiBTeX there's the these style (which is almost perfect, were it not for the shortening of the years): http://amath.colorado.edu/documentation/LaTeX/reference/faq/bibstyles.pdf but I didn't find anything even distinctly similar for BibLaTeX (and I can't use BibTeX in my work since it has problems with ancient greek symbols in titles). So my question stands as in the title: is there a these-like BibLaTeX style? Or at least could you provide me with some hint which style would be the closest one to what I'm searching for and then with what commands I could tailor it to my needs? Thanks in advance!
Edit 1: The requested picture(s):
- the exact result I want to achieve:
- what these-style gives me but BibLaTeX cannot: