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|Title: ||Gestão do património arqueológico em intervenções de minimização e salvaguarda|
|Authors: ||Rocha, Leonor|
|Keywords: ||Management of heritage|
|Issue Date: ||Nov-2017|
|Publisher: ||Associação Arqueólogos Portugueses|
|Citation: ||ROCHA, L; BRANCO, G. (2017) - Gestão do património arqueológico em intervenções de minimização e salvaguarda. Arqueologia em Portugal 2017 – Estado da Questão. Lisboa: Associação dos Arqueólogos Portugueses, p. 287-291.|
|Abstract: ||In recent decades, archaeological activity in Portugal has witnessed a significant increase, mainly as a result
of economic development and the public and private increase in construction works. The increasing number
of archaeological excavations, motivated by minimization and safeguard interventions, corresponded to a
disinvestment in multi -annual archaeological research projects.
It is not uncommon for safety reasons that archaeological excavations carried out in the context of work do
not offer the ideal conditions to be open to the public, interested in knowing the work of archaeologists. In
the same way, the evidence shows that the knowledge acquired in these works remains in the technical and
scientific reports, barely adequate for the dissemination of knowledge among the interested public.
Another important issue relates to the management of the large volume of assets collected during archaeological
interventions, which conflicts with the lack or lack of museums and sites dedicated to their exposure. These
are kept under the ownership of the excavation directors or in government deposits, inaccessible to public
enjoyment and knowledge.|
|Appears in Collections:||CHAIA - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings|
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