Archaeological Heritage and Related Institutions in the Palestinian National Territories 16 Years After Signing the Oslo Accords

@article{AlHoudalieh2010ArchaeologicalHA,
  title={Archaeological Heritage and Related Institutions in the Palestinian National Territories 16 Years After Signing the Oslo Accords},
  author={S. Al-Houdalieh},
  journal={Present Pasts},
  year={2010},
  volume={2}
}
  • S. Al-Houdalieh
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Present Pasts
  • Since the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993, Palestinians have made every effort to preserve, conserve and promote Palestine’s cultural heritage resources in their national territories. In order to carry out this national responsibility they have established the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities; several programs at local universities in the fields of archaeology, conservation and restoration, and planning; and a number of non-governmental organizations, as well as other institutions and… CONTINUE READING
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