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In situ archaeological conservation

proceedings of meetings April 6-13, 1986, Mexico

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Published by Getty Conservation Institute, Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, Mexico in [Los Angeles, Calif.], [Mexico City, Mexico] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico
    • Subjects:
    • Antiquities -- Collection and preservation -- Congresses.,
    • Indians of Mexico -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation -- Congresses.,
    • Mexico -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      StatementMiguel Angel Corzo, conference coordinator ; Henry W.M. Hodges, senior editor ; Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia de Mexico, the Getty Conservation Institute.
      ContributionsCorzo, Miguel Angel., Hodges, Henry, 1920-, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (Mexico), Getty Conservation Institute.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCC135 .I39 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 205 p., [16] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages205
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2749268M
      ISBN 10094110303X
      LC Control Number86083099

        10 used & new from $ See All Buying Options This book is an outcome of the conference on preserving archaeological remains in situ in Denmark. The conference focuses on long-term studies of degradation and monitoring of archaeological sites preserved in situ in urban, rural, and marine : David Gregory. Ex Situ Plant Conservation, edited by Edward O. Guerrant Jr., Kayri Havens, and Mike Maunder, is the first book to address integrated plant conservation strategies and to examine the scientific, technical, and strategic bases of the ex situ approach. The book examines where and how ex situ investment can best support in situ conservation.

      The conservation of ruins and archaeological sites in situ is not a new activity. As Jokilehto’s extensive study, A History of Architectural Conservation, shows, there has been an interest in saving historic architecture since Roman times, and an interest in preserving ruins in cities such as Rome since at least the sixteenth century ( 16). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for British Archaeological Reports International Ser.: Dispute Management in Heritage Conservation: The Case of in Situ Museums by Kalliopi Fouseki (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at .

      The PARIS 4 conference, which took place at the National Museum of Denmark in , attracted over participants from 18 countries. Delegates presented and discussed the latest developments in the field of Preserving Archaeological Remains In Situ. Ex situ conservation is the widely used method to conserve millet genetic resources. Globally >29, accessions of proso millet, >8, accessions each of barnyard and kodo millets, and >3, accessions of little millet have been assembled and conserved (Fig. ).The major genebanks conserving proso, barnyard, kodo, and little millets are presented in Table


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Book Description Preservation of Archaeological Remains In-Situ: A Reader reveals to the heritage practitioner (archaeologist, conservator, inspector of ancient monuments, conservation officer) and archaeology and heritage studies student, the issues surrounding the preservation of archaeological remains in-situ.

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Archaeological conservation is a profession devoted to the preservation of the archaeological record including large-scale features such as sites, structures, and landscapes, as well as artifacts. Archaeological conservation is guided by ethical principles that derive from the understanding that these materials are "primary resources for.

In situ archaeological conservation: proceedings of meetings April, Mexico Miguel Angel Corzo, Henry Hodges, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (México), Getty Conservation.

Preservation of Archaeological Remains In Situ by Chris Caple,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Recent research in Durham has calculated an annual loss rate of 19 million metal artefacts per year between and from ancient monuments (surface visible archaeological sites) in England.

It appears likely that preservation in situ represents a significant area of future activity for archaeological conservation. conservation as an exclusively off-site, post excavation Heritage, Conservation, and Archaeology: An Introduction By Frank G.

Matero Heritage and conservation have become important themes in current discussions on place, cultural identity, and the preservation of the past. Archaeological sites have long. The course provided an overview of preventive measures that improve the recovery of freshly excavated material, as well as a review of in situ conservation methods, and issues of ethics and policy in archaeology and conservation.

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Our mission is to provide our clients with quality archaeological consultation to facilitate success in. Preservation in situ Preservation in situ is the term used to refer to the conservation of an archaeological asset in its original location.

It can describe situations when a site is preserved as part of a development scheme, but also refers to the long-term management of wetland archaeological sites.

Preservation of Archaeological Remains In-Situ: A Reader reveals to the heritage practitioner (archaeologist, conservator, inspector of ancient monuments, conservation officer) and archaeology and heritage studies student, the issues surrounding the preservation of archaeological remains in-situ.

Offering contemporary and classic readings, it provides professionals and students alike with a. Following the conference, the GCI published the proceedings, In Situ Archaeological Conservation. While the English edition of the proceedings is now out of print, the Spanish-language edition remains available from Getty publications.

In fact excavation without having conservation facilities available is vandalism--the artefacts are much safer being left on the sea bed. Such famous shipwrecks as the Mary Rose (), the Wasa () and the Batabia () have not only brought the world's attention to these unique finds, but have also produced tremendous conservation problems.

The preservation of archaeological sites by environmental intervention, in H.M.W. Hodges (ed.) In situ archaeological conservation: México: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia and J Paul Getty Trust.

Google Scholar. Archaeological Conservation Our guidelines are aimed at archaeologists, finds specialists and museum curators who are involved in the planning and publication of archaeological projects with an expected finds assemblage, as well as finds liaison officers and other museum staff advising metal detectorists.

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Elements of Archaeological Conservation Author: J.M. Cronyn Publish On: Clearly laid out and fully illustrated, this is the only comprehensive book on the subject at an introductory level.

IN SITU CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN TURKEY, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE TEMPLE OF ROME AND AUGUSTUS, ANKARA P. FRENCH Summary The threat to archaeological sites from changes in land use and urban growth are not peculiar to.

The conservation and restoration of archaeological sites is the process of professionally protecting an archaeological site from further damage and restore it to a previous state. Archaeological sites require an extra level of care in regards to their conservation and restoration. Archaeology, even with thorough documentation, is a destructive force.

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In: Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology Inter situ conservation: opening a.