Reports help institutions to monitor and evaluate archaeological sites towards Heritage Management, making it possible to manage and prioritise Heritage Conservation efforts, including fund allocation and planning.
Object ID This publication presents three internationally agreed standards for the documentation of the cultural heritage: These standards have been brought together in a single publication to provide a readily accessible guide for use by those responsible for documenting the archaeological, architectural, and movable heritage.
The Importance of Documentation The role of inventories in the management of the cultural heritage has long been recognised.
They are indispensable, for purposes of identification, protection, interpretation, and physical preservation of movable objects, historic buildings, archaeological sites, and cultural landscapes.
They have a significant place in all the major international conventions relating to the protection of the heritage.
For the purpose of precise identification of the monuments, groups of buildings and sites to be protected, each Party undertakes to maintain inventories and in the event of threats to the properties concerned, to prepare appropriate documentation at the earliest opportunity.
In the Council of Europe, concerned by "the situation of the movable heritage in central and eastern European countries," organised an intergovernmental meeting in Prague. The meeting also stressed "how important it is to identify movable cultural property" and called for inventories to be compiled.
This convention "seeks to create a unified code whereby claimants in countries that are party to the convention may sue in the courts of other signatory countries for the return of stolen or illegally exported cultural objects. In determining whether the possessor exercised due diligence, regard shall be had to the circumstances of the acquisition, including the character of the parties, the price paid, whether the possessor consulted any reasonably accessible register of stolen cultural objects, and any other relevant information and documentation which it could reasonably have obtained.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 through documentation, is a destructive force.
of Restoration of Monuments (), numerous attempts of where measures such as accurate documentation, protective backfilling, and international interdisciplinary AIA Site Preservation Program Heritage, Conservation, and Archaeology to include the .
been adapted to, archaeological sites and monuments. It is thus the aim of the bibliography to incorporate all the elements of management and conservation of archaeological sites in a Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites Archaeological Heritage Management (Bibliography I)*.
fast and accurate documentation of archaeological sites USING IN THE FIELD PHOTOGRAMMETRIC TECHNIQUES Charalampos GEORGIADIS, Vassilios TSIOUKAS, Lazaros SECHIDIS, Efstratios STYLIANIDIS, Petros PATIAS.
Archaeological documentation is a series of actions applied to properties of archaeological interest. Documentation of such properties may occur at any or all levels of planning, identification, evaluation or treatment.
documentation of inland archaeological sites and monuments inland with increased accuracy and minimal processing times, methods for documenting submerged archaeological sites, especially in shallow waters, are insufficient, while the use of.