Värske väljaanne võtab kokku seni ilmunud muinsuskaitse aastaraamatute parimad palad aastatel 2005-2012. Tutvustamaks Eesti muinsuskaitse tegemisi-toimetusi ka inglisekeelsele lugejaskonnale annab käesolev trükis hea ülevaate viimase seitsme aasta jooksul tehtud silmapaistvamatest töödest eri valdkondade mälestistel. Eraldi rubriikidena on tähelepanu all linnaruum, kirikud, mõisad, tööstuspärand, tehnoloogia ja arheoloogia. Kõikide artiklite autorid on oma ala spetsialistid ning huvitavat lugemist leidub nii muinsuskaitse huvilistele, restauraatoritele, arhitektidele kui ka kunstiajaloolastele. Samuti annab kogumik suurepärase võimaluse välisspetsialistidele tutvuda Eesti põneva restaureerimismaailmaga ning uurida süvitsi ühe või teise objekti taassünnilugu. „Estonian Cultural Heritage. Preservation and Conservation. Vol. 1 2005-2012“ is the first edition in English summarizing a collection of articles from previously published national heritage yearbooks. It is an overview of the preservation and conservation of Estonian cultural heritage in the years of 2005-2012. Published by the Estonian National Heritage Board, Tallinn Culture and Heritage Department and the Department of Cultural Heritage and Conservation at the Estonian Academy of Arts
A Companion to Cultural Resource Management is an essential guide to those wishing to gain a deeper understanding of CRM and heritage management. Expert contributors share their knowledge and illustrate CRM's practice and scope, as well as the core issues and realities in preserving cultural heritages worldwide. Edited by one of the world's leading experts in the field of cultural resource management, with contributions by a wide range of experts, including archaeologists, architectural historians, museum curators, historians, and representatives of affected groups Offers a broad view of cultural resource management that includes archaeological sites, cultural landscapes, historic structures, shipwrecks, scientific and technological sites and objects, as well as intangible resources such as language, religion, and cultural values Highlights the realities that face CRM practitioners «on the ground»
Technological developments are hugely impacting the work of restoring, renovating, protecting, documenting and archiving our cultural heritage. This collection of peer-reviewed papers explores the theme of cultural heritage and technology in relation to data-capture, digitization, architectural computing, reconstruction, modelling, information data-processing, virtual reality applications, standardization, data visualization and archiving. This exploration of the possibilities of digital preservation makes this book a valuable resource for the cultural heritage community.
The "European Academic Heritage Network UNIVERSEUM" discussed in its 15th annual meeting academic heritage in its broadest sense, tangible and intangible, namely the preservation, study, access and promotion of university collections, museums, archives, libraries, botanical gardens, astronomical observatories, and university buildings of historical, artistic and scientific significance. The theme of the conference was "Enhancing University Heritage-Based Research". Cultural heritage is widely studied, from collection studies to historical and social studies of science, research in the natural sciences, didactic research, museum studies, and conservation and restoration analysis. Research is one of universities' core missions. How can university heritage based-research be regarded with respect to this mission? What kind of research is being done and how is it presented to the general public? How can we make university heritage more relevant in research development and outreach? How does research contribute to transform the places where universities' everyday activities are taking place into heritage? How can it turn artefacts, specimens, books, manuscripts and documents produced or gathered by universities into heritage? To what extent can university heritage as a whole be recognized as a multidisciplinary large-scale tool for research activities? Experiences, case-studies and in-depth papers help us identify the nature and specificity of these issues a...
A unique guide to every UNESCO World Heritage site. The global list has proved a valuable tool in the battle to preserve the world's heritage. Managed by the World Heritage Committee with strict criteria, only the world's most spectacular and extraordinary sites making it onto the List. Major sites Details of all 878 UNESCO sites including!.the remarkable Dazu Rock Carving of China!!the last substantial expanse of monsoon forest in Thailand, the Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex!.Kilimanjaro National Park in Tanzania which contains the highest mountain in Africa one of the largest volcanoes in the world!.one of the greatest Mayan temples Tikal in Guatemala!the legendary Acropolis in Athens!..the ancient Nabataean city of Petra in Jordan!.the unique ecosystem of the Serengeti, Tanzania. / Over 650 colour photographs / Descriptions of 878 UNESCO World Heritage sites / Location map for every 878 site Background The World Heritage List includes properties forming part of the cultural and natural heritage which the World Heritage Committee considers as having outstanding universal value. In 1972 the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) adopted the Convention concerning the Protection of the World's Cultural and Natural Heritage. Since then 878 sites have been inscribed onto the List 679 of which are cultural, 174 natural and 25 mixed properties in 145 countries.
Вязальные нитки в 8 сложения "Ромашка" изготовлены из 100% хлопка. Такие нитки используются для вязания крючком. Нити крученые, матовые, мерсеризованные. Устойчивость окраски - особо прочная. В наборе - 4 клубка. С их помощью вы сможете связать своими руками необычные и красивые вещи. Характеристики: Состав: 100% хлопок. Цвет: кирпичный (0712). Комплектация: 4 шт. Вес одного клубка: 75 г. Длина нити (в одном клубке): 320 м. Количество сложений: 8. Линейная плотность: 232 текс. Рекомендуем!
Examines the social, cultural and ethical dimensions of heritage research and practice, and the underlying international politics of protecting cultural and natural resources around the globe. Focuses on ethnographic and embedded perspectives, as well as a commitment to ethical engagement Appeals to a broad audience, from archaeologists to heritage professionals, museum curators to the general public The contributors comprise an outstanding team, representing some of the most prominent scholars in this broad field, with a combination of senior and emerging scholars, and an emphasis on international contributions