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The Palaeolithic, preservation and the public

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Nicholas Stanley-Price

UCL Institute of Archaeology, GB
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Abstract

The caves and open sites of the Palaeolithic lack the monumental remains that attract visitors to many later prehistoric and historic sites, and they tend to be more difficult to preserve and interpret successfully to the public. These issues are examined through a comparison of three very different sites, in China, Tanzania and Portugal, two of which have been accorded World Heritage status.
How to Cite: Stanley-Price, N., (1999). The Palaeolithic, preservation and the public. Archaeology International. 3, pp.53–56. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.3016
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Published on 22 Nov 1999.
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