By Anne P. Underhill, Lucy C. Salazar
This quantity offers case reports approximately profitable techniques hired in assorted international components for the safety of archaeological background assets. a few chapters specialise in a look for suggestions arrived at by way of varied teams of individuals operating in particular parts instead of easily describing lack of cultural background. different chapters supply a long term view of intensified efforts at security of archaeological assets. The authors describe demanding situations and recommendations derived through involved humans in jap Asia (China, Japan, Thailand), West Africa, Easter Island, Jordan, Honduras and multiple zone of Peru. all the authors draw upon deep, own involvement with the security of cultural history in each one quarter. This quantity is a well timed addition to increasingly more meetings and guides in regards to the administration of cultural heritage—both archaeological and ancient.
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Building façades would be mitigated to make them look more harmonious 3 The Ruinscape 45 Fig. 8 The front view of the beautiful façade of Prasat Hin Phimai is obstructed by trees on site and the large-scale photograph of King Bhumibol in front of the temple entrance with each other. It also would reorganize traffic and create adequate parking for tourists. More trees would be planted at certain locations in town. Actions to be taken within the archaeological site are quite standard, such as leveling the ground, creating paths with materials that harmonize with the ancient environment, and restoring the ancient gates in town—underway when I was in Phimai.
10 Region with 18 Jomon sites nominated for World Heritage Site status 2 Strategies of Cultural Heritage Management in Hokkaido, Northern Japan … 29 Such a project will not be able to materialize without understanding the administrative planning and cooperation of citizens, the business community, and universities. The current atmosphere is a favorable one for site preservation and understanding of the Jomon culture. But the early 1990s were a challenging time in Minamikayabe, when many people wanted to give priority to economic development through activities such as highway construction.
Many local citizens and researchers from overseas participated in the symposium which focused on world prehistory in relation to global climate change. Simultaneous interpretation made it possible for very productive discussions. After this successful event, local interest in the prehistory of the Hakodate area increased even more. Despite the small size of our museum, about 100,000 people have come to participate in such activities during the last two years. 10). The assets of the region have been already put on a UNESCO World Heritage provisional list, and we hope the registration will be completed soon.