All Blog Posts Tagged 'Heritage' (4)

Private interests destroy Canaanite site (5200 years old) in Kfarabida - Batroun / North-Lebanon - By Raja Noujaim

Right by the old coastal highway, in the town of Kfarabida (ancient Tell Fadous) 12 km north of Byblos and 50 km north of the capital Beirut, stand the remains of one of the oldest cities in Lebanon. It is one of the first urban settlements in the country, one of only a few such sites from the Early Bronze Age (c. 3200-2400 BC) that have been studied, and possibly the last remaining one (at least in part for now) largely undamaged by later occupation or…


Added by Nada Hosking on November 15, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments

October 2011. Conference "Women's leadership in Crimea." (Къырымда Къадынлар арекети)

Crimean Tatar TV.

My report: "Preservation of Cultural Heritage of Crimea: some problems and the possible role of NGOs in their decision" (text in Russian with the ability to transfer)

Added by Tatiana Krupa on December 4, 2011 at 10:32pm — No Comments

GHF Field Mapping Mission to Ciudad Perdida (June / July 2010)

In late June and early July of 2010, GHF staff members…


Added by Adam Dunbar on August 12, 2010 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment

Accessibility, museums and gaming

As a third year mature student studying Heritage, I’ve been fortunate in being able to combine studies with frequent visits to museums, archives and galleries. During the visits, I found myself taking time to contemplate the reasons for the artefacts being displayed and the messages that were being conveyed by the curators.

A placement in my second year, at the Conservation Laboratory, Lincoln, opened my eye’s to a world beyond the Entrance and Exit doors of…


Added by Alan Watts on April 1, 2010 at 5:57am — No Comments

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