The Doctrine for Management of Archaeological World Heritage Sites, the Case of Some Selected Sites in Lebanon
Author(s): Assaad Seif
The Salalah Doctrine regarding the management of archaeological world heritage sites seeks to recognize the differences between archaeological sites, standing monuments and landscapes. Consequently, new and adapted management approaches to the Archaeological sites that present distinct management challenges are needed. The ICAHM doctrine proposed strategies for sustainable conservation and preservation still need to be addressed critically and contextually to ascertain their applicability. Aiming to further contribute to the discussion, this paper proposes to present case studies from specific sites in Lebanon.
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The Doctrine for Management of Archaeological World Heritage Sites, the Case of Some Selected Sites in Lebanon. Assaad Seif. Presented at The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC. 2018 ( tDAR id: 444152)
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