Archaeological Sites and Monuments in the Care of the State: Sharing Our Experiences [Paperback]

Chris Corlett(Editor)

ISBN: 9786155766343 | Published by: Archaeolingua | Series: EAC Occasional Papers | Volume: 15 | Year of Publication: 2020 | 220p, H11.4 x W7.87, color and grayscale
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Archaeological Sites and Monuments in the Care of the State


The 20th EAC Symposium (Europae Archaeologiae Consilium) in Dublin was convened under a concept note that recognized that the State’s role in the management of archaeological monuments has many different forms throughout Europe. The different degrees of involvement across Europe are usually a product of an individual state’s history (often traced back to the 19th century), yet common to all jurisdictions are shared issues concerning conservation, protection, interpretation, sustainability and accessibility.

Table of Contents

Introduction / Foreword, by Chris Corlett
Authenticity and Attractiveness by Presentation of Archaeological Sites in Bulgaria, by Milena Kamenova and Lyudmil Vagalinski
VirtualArch – Making Archaeological Heritage Visible, by Jiří Unger, Christiane Hemker, Christoph Lobinger and Jan Mařík
Challenges Facing the State Management of Historic Shipwrecks in English Territorial Waters, by Hefin Meara
Managing the Managers: State Control over the Monuments in Estonia, by Ulla Kadakas and Anu Lillak
Seddin, Freyenstein and Wittstock. Research, Presentation and Sustainable Site Management in Northern Brandenburg, by Franz Schopper
Investments for Touristic Purposes at Archaeological Sites and Historical Monuments, by Dóra Hegyi and Zsófia Nádai
Management of Isolated Islands: An Example of Sceilg Mhichíl, Ireland, by Edward Bourke
Take Care of Me! Experiencing Protection, Conservation and Presentation of Archaeological Sites to the Public in the Autonomous Province of Trento, Northern Italy, by Franco Nicolis
The Practice of Preserving and Presenting Archaeological Sites in Latvia, by Sandra Zirne
The Dutch Triple Heritage Helix. A Working Model for the Protection of the Landscape. Introduction and the Example of Utrechts Landschap, by Saskia van Dockum and Leonard de Wit
Medieval Churches in Novgorod: Aspects of Archaeological Investigations and Museum Presentation, by Marina Vdovichenko
Visitor Erosion in Fragile Landscapes: Balancing Confl icting Agendas of Access and Conservation at Properties in Care, by Rachel Pickering; Whose Archaeological Site Is It? – A Case Study of the Public’s Implication in the Caretaking and Opening of Archaeological Sites in Switzerland, by Cynthia Dunning Thierstein
An Overview of the Changing Policies on the Protection and Management of Archaeological Sites in Turkey, by Zeynep Eres

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