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The Constructed Past: experimental archaeology, education and the public
Introduction P. G. Stone and P. Planel 1. Archaeological reconstructions and the community in the UK M. Blockley 2. Reconstruction versus preservation in place in the United States National ParkExpand
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The identification and protection of cultural heritage during the Iraq conflict: a peculiarly English tale
The author offers us a first hand account of his extraordinary and unexpected duties during the second Iraq war. This is history, heritage, regulation and perhaps even legislation in the making.
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A four-tier approach to the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict
This vitally important article sets out the obstacles and opportunities for the protection of archaeological sites and historic buildings in zones of armed conflict. Readers will not need to be toldExpand
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The Challenge of Protecting Heritage in Times of Armed Conflict
It is inevitable that armed conflict will have a detrimental impact on ‘cultural property’ (used here to mean both tangible entities such as sites and buildings as well as moveable artefacts) and t...
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Introduction: a framework for discussion
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NSAIDs need not usually be withheld after orthopaedic surgery
EDITOR —We cannot let Varghese et al's letter go unchallenged. After extrapolation of rodent data they say that non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs should not be used after orthopaedic surgery.1Expand
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The destruction of cultural heritage in Iraq
Winner of the 2011 James R. Wiseman Book Award. Discussion of the issues surrounding the destruction of cultural property in times of conflict has become a key issue for debate around the world. ThisExpand
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Cultural Heritage, Ethics, and the Military
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  • Engineering, Political Science
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The world reacted with horror to the images of the looting of the National Museum in Iraq in 2003 - closely followed by other museums and then, largely unchecked, or archaeological sites across theExpand
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Protecting Cultural Heritage in Times of Conflict: Lessons from Iraq
The past as taught in schools around the world still focuses on what differentiates us rather than what we have in common. This is surely an increasingly important issue as the world appears to beExpand
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