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Preserving Archaeological Remains in Situ? Proceedings of the 2nd conference 12-14 September 2001

Proceedings Out of Print
By: T Nixon(Editor)
264 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: MoLAS
Preserving Archaeological Remains in Situ?
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  • Preserving Archaeological Remains in Situ? ISBN: 9781901992366 Paperback Dec 2004 Out of Print #153038
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This collection of papers and posters presented at the second 'Preserving Archaeological Remains in situ?' (PARIS2) conference which set out to address three main themes: to review recent research; to examine the relative successes and consequences of decisions - especially those taken in the last decade or so - to preserve particular sites in situ; and to try to identify strategic directions for future research into the protection of our cultural heritage. The 37 contributions in these conference proceedings form a comprehensive collection of some of the key issues facing researchers and historic environment managers today, and are an important reference work for the protection of the historic environment tomorrow.

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Proceedings Out of Print
By: T Nixon(Editor)
264 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: MoLAS
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