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Conservation of cultural identity through the care of monuments guidelines for the Lednice-Valtice monument zone by Veronica E. Aplenc

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Penn theses -- Historic preservation.,
  • Historic preservation -- Penn theses.

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StatementVeronica E. Alpenc.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 142 p. :
Number of Pages142
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23290556M

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  Excerpt from Monuments Monuments are our response to the collective need to remember, revisit, and delineate the dreams of history. The best memorials are not mere relics, but extraordinarily rich communications from the past, living history books that illuminate societal, political, and cultural values at specific moments in s: Conservation is, therefore, primarily a process leading to the prolongation of the life of cultural property for its utilization now and in the future. 23 CONSERVATION METHODOLOGY The conservation of cultural property constitutes a single, interprofes- sional discipline coordinating a range of aesthetic, historic, scientific, and technical methods. The care and conservation of historic graveyards should be guided by general principles of conservation that are often referred to as ‘best practice’. These international guidelines have been formulated and adopted by conservation agencies and are used as a guiding philosophy when carrying out work on places of cultural significance. By Frank G. Matero Heritage and conservation have become important themes in current discussions on place, cultural identity, and the preservation of the past. Archaeological sites have long been a part of heritage and its display, certainly before the use of the term “heritage” and the formal study of tourism.

List of cultural monuments. There are two different procedures for placing cultural monuments under legal protection in the German federal states: i) by preservation according to the law (otherwise known as the general clause principle) and ii) by placing an entry in the monument book for cultural monuments that stipulates rights (otherwise known as the entry principle). Conservation of cultural heritage is often associated with art collections and museums and involves collection care and management through tracking, examination, documentation, exhibition, storage, preventive conservation, and restoration.   The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (USA) offer many books on manuscripts, Indian carpets, Chinese drawings, etc. in beautifully-illustrated books, written by experts. Those books . 20th century practitioners to a more holistic view of cultural heritage. Riegl presented his typology of values as they applied to Art monuments and Historical monuments (Kunst- und historiche Denkmale), the terms used in Austrian conservation policy dating back to the 16th century. In this sense, monument spoke to intentional monuments, those.