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The Constructed Past

The Constructed Past Author Philippe Planel
ISBN-10 9781134828272
Release 2003-09-02
Pages 328
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The Constructed Past presents group of powerful images of the past, termed in the book construction sites. At these sites, full scale, three-dimensional images of the past have been created for a variety of reasons including archaeological experimentation, tourism and education. Using various case studies, the contributors frankly discuss the aims, problems and mistakes experienced with reconstruction. They encourage the need for on-going experimentation and examine the various uses of the sites; political, economical and educational.



Archaeological Sites

Archaeological Sites Author Sharon Sullivan
ISBN-10 9781606061244
Release 2012
Pages 786
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"Edited anthology of 73 previously published texts on the theory and practice of the conservation and management of archaeological sites"--Provided by publisher.



Conservation

Conservation Author Alison Richmond
ISBN-10 9781136441691
Release 2010-07-15
Pages 268
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'Conservation: Principles, Dilemmas, and Uncomfortable Truths' presents multi-perspective critical analyses of the ethics and principles that guide the conservation of works of art and design, archaeological artefacts, buildings, monuments, and heritage sites on behalf of society. Contributors from the fields of philosophy, sociology, history, art and design history, museology, conservation, architecture, and planning and public policy address a wide range of conservation principles, practices, and theories from the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, encouraging the reader to make comparisons across subjects and disciplines. By wrestling with and offering ways of disentangling the ethical dilemmas confronting those who maintain and sustain cultural heritage for today and tomorrow, 'Conservation: Principles, Dilemmas, and Uncomfortable Truths' provides an essential reference text for conservation professionals, museum and heritage professionals, art and cultural historians, lecturers and students, and all others invested in cultural heritage theories and practices. Alison Richmond, as a Senior Conservator in the Victoria and Albert Museum and Deputy Head of the Conservation Department at the Royal College of Art, maintains teaching and research roles in conservation theory, principles and ethics, and has developed decision-making tools for conservators. She is an Accredited Conservator-Restorer (ACR), a Fellow of the International Institute for Conservation (FIIC), and a Trustee of the UK’s Institute of Conservation (Icon) since 2005. Alison Bracker received her PhD in the History of Art from the University of Leeds, and manages the Events & Lectures programme at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. As co-founder of Bracker Fiske Consultants, she advises on the presentation, description, documentation, and care of artworks comprising modern media, and lectures and publishes widely on the theoretical and practical issues arising from the conservation of non-traditional and impermanent materials in contemporary works of art.



Archaeological Resource Management

Archaeological Resource Management Author John Carman
ISBN-10 9781316404577
Release 2015-09-09
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Archaeological resource management (ARM) is the practice of recording, evaluating, preserving for future research and presenting to the public the material remains of the past. Almost all countries uphold a set of principles and laws for the preservation and professional management of archaeological remains. This book offers a critical and comparative perspective on the law and professional practices of managing archaeological remains. Beginning with a global history of ARM, John Carman provides an overview of legal and professional regulations governing ARM today. He then turns to consider the main practices involved in managing archaeological remains, namely, their identification and recording, their evaluation for 'significance', their preservation and their presentation to the public. As a whole, the book offers an overview of what ARM 'does' in the world, with implications for understanding the role of archaeology as a contemporary set of practices that determine how future generations will access material remains of the past.



A Fearsome Heritage

A Fearsome Heritage Author Dr John Schofield
ISBN-10 9781315435831
Release 2016-07-08
Pages 333
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From massive nuclear test sites to the more subtle material realities of everyday life, the influence of the Cold War on modern culture has been profound and global. Fearsome Legacies unites innovative work on the interpretation and management of Cold War heritage from fields including archaeology, history, art and architecture, and cultural studies. Contributors understand material culture in its broadest sense, examining objects in outer space, domestic space, landscapes, and artistic spaces. They tackle interpretive challenges and controversies, including in museum exhibits, heritage sites, archaeological sites, and other historic and public venues. With over 150 color photos and illustrations, including a photographic essay, readers can feel the profound visual impact of this material culture.



The prehistoric buildings of Chalcolithic Cyprus

The prehistoric buildings of Chalcolithic Cyprus Author Gordon Thomas
ISBN-10 UOM:39015062477115
Release 2005
Pages 203
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A Future for Archaeology

A Future for Archaeology Author Robert Layton
ISBN-10 1844721264
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 251
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Over the last thirty years issues of culture, identity and meaning have moved out of the academic sphere to become central to politics and society at all levels from the local to the global. Archaeology has been at the forefront of these moves towards a greater engagement with the non-academic world, often in an extremely practical and direct way, for example in the disputes about the repatriation of human burials. Such disputes have been central to the recognition that previously marginalised groups have rights in their own past which are important for their future. The essays in this book look back at some of the most important events where a role for an archaeology concerned with the past in the present first emerged and look forward to the practical and theoretical issues now central to a socially engaged discipline and shaping its future. This book is published in honour of Professor Peter Ucko, who has played an unparalleled role in promoting awareness of the core issues in this volume among archaeologists.



Negotiations with the Past

Negotiations with the Past Author Kaṇṇan̲ Em
ISBN-10 UOM:39015070108264
Release 2006
Pages 478
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Contributed research papers presented at a one day seminar held on July 30th 2004 at Pondicherry under the joint auspices of the Indology Department, French Institute of Pondicherry and the Tamil Chair, Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies (SSEAS), University of California, Berkeley.



The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine

The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105132160271
Release 2009
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Antiquity

Antiquity Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015068865255
Release 2000
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Includes section "Reviews."



Humankind

Humankind Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015068774150
Release 2005
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Archaeology Matters

Archaeology Matters Author Jeremy A Sabloff
ISBN-10 9781315434049
Release 2016-06-16
Pages 151
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Archaeology is perceived to study the people of long ago and far away. How could archaeology matter in the modern world? Well-known archaeologist Jeremy Sabloff points to ways in which archaeology might be important to the understanding and amelioration of contemporary problems. Though archaeologists have commonly been associated with efforts to uncover cultural identity, to restore the past of underrepresented peoples, and to preserve historical sites, their knowledge and skills can be used in many other ways. Archaeologists help Peruvian farmers increase crop yields, aid city planners in reducing landfills, and guide local communities in tourism development and water management. This brief volume, aimed at students and other prospective archaeologists, challenges the field to go beyond merely understanding the past and actively engage in making a difference in the today’s world.



Modern Material Culture

Modern Material Culture Author Richard A. Gould
ISBN-10 9781483299204
Release 2014-06-28
Pages 347
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Modern Material Culture



Archaeology by Experiment

Archaeology by Experiment Author John Coles
ISBN-10 9781317606093
Release 2014-10-24
Pages 192
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Experimental archaeology is a new approach to the study of early man. By reconstructing and testing models of ancient equipment with the techniques available to early man, we learn how he lived, hunted, fought and built. What did early man eat? How did he store and cook his food? How did he make his tools and weapons and pottery? Such everyday questions, besides the more dramatic mysteries associated with the monuments of Easter Island and Stonehenge and the colonization of Polynesia, can all be explored by experiment.



SOMA 2004

SOMA 2004 Author Joan Day
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105122968535
Release 2006
Pages 205
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The eighth annual Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology took place from the 20th to 22nd February 2004 at Trinity College, Dublin. Since its inception, SOMA has sought to provide postgraduate researchers in Mediterranean archaeology with a forum in which to present their work and give voice to new trends in Mediterranean archaeological research. This year, one of the main aims of the organisers was to make the symposium inclusive of regions and time periods not normally covered by the conference, i.e., to reach beyond the eastern Mediterranean region, and the Bronze Age and Classical periods. The presentations, therefore, covered places as diverse as Libya, Sardinia, and Jerusalem, and ranging chronologically from Neanderthals to Crusaders. Contents: (1) Italian Wine between the Late Republic and the First Century AD: Analysis of Production and Trade through the Principal Types of Amphora (Francesco Aliperti); (2) The Necropolis of Castelluzzo at Militello in the Catania Valley (Italy) (Susanna Amari); (3) The Maritime Villae of Antium: A Case Study in Coastal Settlement (Tjark Blokzijl); (4) Origins of the Romano-African House (Margherita Carucci); (5) Homesickness and Greek Architecture in a Colony: The example of Cyrene (Libya) (Luca Cherstich); (6) Making aeScentsAe of Flowery Pots. Considering Minoan Ceramic Vessels with Botanical Relief (Jo Day); (7) Beyond the Consumer City; the Case of Ancient Antioch (Andrea Umberto De Giorgi); (8) The site of Iuvanum (Abruzzi, Italy) in the Classical period; Its Public and Private Buildings: A Preliminary Study of a Taverna (Vanessa D'Orazio); (9) Central Adriatic Sea: real aeimportuosa litoraAe? (Domenico Fossataro); (10) Understanding the Limits of Pollution: The Use of the Dead (Florentia Fragkopoulou); (11) Monkeying Around the Mediterranean: A Fresh Perspective on Ancient Primates (Cybelle Greenlaw);(12) Special sites in the Cretan Neolithic Landscape (Heinrich Hall); 13) From Antiquity To Feudalism. At The Southern Border Of Navarra. The Design of a Study in Landscape Archaeology (Jes Lorenzo Jimenez); (14) The Urban Development of Leptis Magna in the Late First Century BC and Early First Century AD (Ibrahim Kreetallah); (15) Eteocretans in The Bronze Age? The Far East of Crete During The LM II-III Periods (1450-1100 BC) (Charlotte Langohr); (16) Reconstructing Minoan Monumentality (Quentin Letesson); (17) Terracotta Human Figures and Figurines from the LBA Cyclades (The Cases of Ayia Irini and Phylakopi): Art, Religion, and Politics (Dionysia Marinou); (18) The Myth of the Synagogue on Delos (Lidia Matassa) 19) A aeHall of the MusesAe at Cyrene (Libya)? (Oscar Mei); (20) Disentangling Material Cultures: Late Roman and Sasanian Facet Cut Glassware in Late Antiquity (Hallie Meredith-Goymour); (21) Cities Under Siege? A Look at Bronze Age Iconography (Angelos Papadopoulos); (22) Symbols of Superiority: Western Greek votive offerings at Delphi (Elvira Rocca); (23) Sacred or Profane: Swallow-Painted Nippled Ewers from Akrotiri (Heather Mae Russell); (24) Is There ONE Crusader Archaeology? (James G. Schryver); (25) Exploring the Divine Cow in Ancient Egypt (Nina Shiel); (26) The Uses of Bow Imagery in a Greek Context: The Enemy Within (Joe Skinner); (27) Altars and cult installations of Punic tradition in North Africa (Federica Spagnoli); (28) Sun, Sea and Archaeological Sites:Archaeology and the State - A View from Cyprus (Deirdre Stritch); (29) Body, Senses and Space in Late Bronze Age Central Macedonia, Greece (Vasileios Tsamis); (30) New Look at Minoan Metalworking Techniques (Thomas Tselios); (31) Debates and Trends on Heritage Management and Architectural Conservation in the Mediterranean Region: The Issue of the Driving Forces Behind Conservation Planning (Kalliopi Vacharopoulou).



The Life Cycle of Structures in Experimental Archaeology

The Life Cycle of Structures in Experimental Archaeology Author Linda Hurcombe
ISBN-10 9088903654
Release 2016-11-11
Pages 230
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The focus of Archaeological Open-Air Museums (AOAMs) is to present both the tangible and intangible past to the public. The tangible parts of AOAMs are the archaeological remains and the reconstructions. The intangible and, in some respects the most interesting part of an AOAM, is the story of the people the museum represents. This volume explores the research and visitor agendas of structures and their life cycles as they are experienced by experimental archaeology projects and AOAMs. The papers presented include research undertaken by both academics and craft specialists and demonstrate the value of experiential and experimental research to enhance both the visitor experience and research agendas. The papers were brought together as part of the OpenArch Project's Dialogue with Science Work Package. OpenArch is a five year project with eleven international partners funded with support from the European Commission. Structures include houses, boats, forges, and other diverse constructions. The structures are not static entities but change through time going through a life cycle. Key themes are the birth, life and death of structures. To explore these key themes papers in this volume consider the planning phase, the assembling of materials, the construction period and then the maintenance and repair needs and the change of use of structures as they age. For some structures this also includes issues surrounding decay, dilapidation, dismantling and destruction of these experimental structures. Understanding of these biographies not only contribute to our understanding of the archaeological record they also enable a consideration of the intangible aspects of structures whilst enhancing the visitor experience.



Archaeology and language

Archaeology and language Author R. Blench
ISBN-10 0415100542
Release 1999
Pages 301
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