The Palace of the Kings and Queens of Madagascar

@article{Rakotoarisoa1998ThePO,
  title={The Palace of the Kings and Queens of Madagascar},
  author={Jean-Aim{\'e} Rakotoarisoa},
  journal={African Archaeological Review},
  year={1998},
  volume={15},
  pages={97-99}
}
On the night of 6 November 1995, the palace of the kings and queens of Madagascar (ROVA) (Fig. 1) was burned down. In order to coordinate the restoration activities, the government of Madagascar has created the DNOR, the National Directory of the ROVA project. This National Di rectory consists of four national experts and autonomously directs all the activities concerning the restoration of the ROVA, a royal site comprising several palaces made of wood, of which the principal palace has stone… Expand