Archaeological Site Management and Local Involvement: A Case Study from Abu Rawash, Egypt

  title={Archaeological Site Management and Local Involvement: A Case Study from Abu Rawash, Egypt},
  author={Tomomi Fushiya},
  journal={Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites},
  pages={324 - 355}
  • Tomomi Fushiya
  • Published 2010
  • Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites
  • Abstract Local involvement is an essential element of successful archaeological site management. Recognition of the role of the local community could make a great contribution in improving the present critical situation of many archaeological sites worldwide. In Egypt, where internationally renowned archaeological sites attract both academic and tourism interests, archaeological sites and monuments are suffering from different issues. Amongst the various causes is the failure to recognize the… CONTINUE READING
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