Finding Solutions for Protecting and Sharing Archaeological by Anne P. Underhill, Lucy C. Salazar
By Anne P. Underhill, Lucy C. Salazar
This quantity offers case stories approximately profitable options hired in diversified global components for the security of archaeological historical past assets. a few chapters specialize in a look for ideas arrived at through various teams of individuals operating in particular components instead of easily describing lack of cultural historical past. different chapters offer a long term view of intensified efforts at safety of archaeological assets. The authors describe demanding situations and ideas derived by means of involved humans in japanese Asia (China, Japan, Thailand), West Africa, Easter Island, Jordan, Honduras and a couple of sector of Peru. the entire authors draw upon deep, own involvement with the safety of cultural background in each one zone. This quantity is a well timed addition to an increasing number of meetings and courses in regards to the administration of cultural heritage—both archaeological and historic.
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