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Archaeological Conservation

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Archaeological Conservation And Land-Use Planning 

Archaeological Conservation in the Mediterranean
LARC Field School: On-Site Conservation for Archaeologists.

Canadian Conservation Institute

Conservation DistList Archives

Conservation and Museum Studies
Conservation teaching surveys the nature of inorganic raw materials, manufacturing techniques, processes of deterioration, and the conservation of movable objects (excluding certain types such as easel painting). There are long-established links with many major museums, particularly the British Museum.

Conservation and Preservation at the South Carolina State Museum

Conservation Reference Library 

Curtin University, Maritime Archaeological Conservation 502

Guidance for Archaeological Conservation Practice
UKIC drew up Guidance for Conservation Practice in 1981 and published a revised version in 1983. This has been accepted by all branches of conservation in the UK. It has been felt, however, that some points need to be expanded, and new ones added, to deal with the particular needs of the members of the Archaeology Section.

Heritage Marketplace
Source for information, news and products which relate to Heritage Conservation and Archaeology.

Maritime Archaeological Conservation
The Conservation Department of the Western Australian Museum is based at the Maritime Museum in Fremantle where thirteen staff care for the collections. Because of the close collaboration between maritime archaeologists and conservators it has been possible to develop many new methods of stabilising shipwreck materials.

National Museum of Denmark
A history of the techniques and ethics of conservation at the National Museum of Denmark through the last 150 years

The preservation program (PRESERV) managed by the Research Libraries Group on behalf of its members, is a program of projects and activities that support local institutions in their efforts to preserve and thereby improve access to endangered research materials. An influential voice within the international community, PRESERV enables its participants to effect change in preservation practices worldwide. It also provides opportunities for institutions to expand their expertise and to make bold experiments in the arena of new technologies.

A world wide web site linking documents, information and resources on preservation education.

UKIC Archaeology Section

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   Last Updated: April 8, 1998.