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Archaeological parks: what are they?

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Paulette M. McManus

UCL Institute of Archaeology, GB
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Abstract

Most in-situ conservation and presentation of archaeological sites focuses more on the monuments and other artefacts themselves than on them and the landscapes of which they are a part. The concept of an archaeological park can overcome this limitation. In this personal view of what constitutes an archaeological park, the intellectual roots and contemporary meaning of this relatively new concept are explored.
Keywords: Monuments Artefacts 
How to Cite: McManus, P.M., (1999). Archaeological parks: what are they?. Archaeology International. 3, pp.57–59. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.3017
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Published on 22 Nov 1999.
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