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In: Modolo M., Pallecchi S., Volpe G., Zanini E. (eds). Una lezione di archeologia globale. Studi in onore di Daniele Manacorda. Bari: Edipuglia, 491-497.
This paper refers about the advances made in conservation of cultural heritage thanks to a major ethical and methodological evolution, which has succeeded in limiting some of the grave losses caused by natural deterioration and by the anthropic action of so-called ‘economic development’. They are advances supported by the common recognition of the economic-social role of conservation, of the value that this practice holds for sustainable development and improvement in the quality of life. A selection of case studies reporting restoration, conservation during excavation, preventive conservation and communication are described.
Author(s): Nardi, R.
Year Published: 2019
Language / Translations: Italiano