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Romans and Batavians. A Regional Study in the Dutch Eastern River Area
The further analysis of material from the eastern part of the Dutch river area, presented in a previous article (BROS 31, 7-217), is concerned with several different topics. The introductory chapter
The Future of World Heritage and the Emergence of Transnational Heritage Regimes1
Abstract The World Heritage Convention of UNESCO, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2012, was intended to promote the preservation and enjoyment of the world's most important natural and
Proposals for a Practical System of Significance Evaluation in Archaeological Heritage Management
AbstractSignificance evaluation plays a central role in archaeological heritage management. In this paper, a practical approach is presented based on experiences and recent discussions in the
Archaeological resource management and preservation
It should be obvious to everybody working in archaeology today that the position of the discipline has gone through some rather drastic changes over the past 15 years or so. As the former Chief
European and world archaeologies
Abstract Relations between European archaeologies and those elsewhere in the world are manifold and complex. They involve issues in archaeological research, in dealing with archaeological heritage
Archaeology and heritage management in Europe : trends and developments
AbstractThe importance of archaeological heritage management in a united Europe has increased in recent years, and the archaeological scene is changing drastically. Causes of this development are,
The role of archaeological societies in preserving cultural memorials 6 Knowledge Foundations, 21. Archaeology, 4. Preserving Cultural Memorial
This paper examines the role of archaeological societies in preserving cultural memorials. The phenomenon of archaeological societies has its roots in the antiquarianism of the seventeenth and