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Issue 54 (2020)

Archaeological sites and monuments in the care of the state. EAC symposium proceedings

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Editorial. Archaeological Sites and Monuments in the Care of the State – Sharing Our Experiences

Chris Corlett

Cite this as: Corlett, C. 2020 Editorial. Archaeological Sites and Monuments in the Care of the State – Sharing Our Experiences, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.15

Some Notes on Maintaining Authenticity in the Presentation of Archaeological Sites in Bulgaria

Milena Kamenova and Lyudmil Vagalinski

Cite this as: Kamenova, M. and Vagalinski, L. 2020 Some Notes on Maintaining Authenticity in the Presentation of Archaeological Sites in Bulgaria, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.1

VirtualArch: Making Archaeological Heritage Visible

Jiří Unger, Christiane Hemker, Christoph Lobinger and Jan Mařík

Cite this as: Unger, J. et al. 2020 VirtualArch: Making Archaeological Heritage Visible, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.2

Challenges Facing the State Management of Historic Shipwrecks in English Territorial Waters

Hefin Meara

Cite this as: Meara, H. 2020 Challenges Facing the State Management of Historic Shipwrecks in English Territorial Waters, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.3

Managing the Managers: State control over the monuments in Estonia

Ulla Kadakas and Anu Lillak

Cite this as: Kadakas, U. and Lillak, A. 2020 Managing the Managers: State control over the monuments in Estonia, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.4

Seddin, Freyenstein and Wittstock. Research, presentation and sustainable site management in Northern Brandenburg

Franz Schopper

Cite this as: Schopper, F. 2020 Seddin, Freyenstein and Wittstock. Research, presentation and sustainable site management in Northern Brandenburg, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.5

Investments for Visitor Purposes at Archaeological Sites and Historical Monuments in Hungary in Hungary

Dóra Hegyi and Zsófia Nádai

Cite this as: Hegyi, D. and Nádai, Z. 2020 Investments for Visitor Purposes at Archaeological Sites and Historical Monuments in Hungary, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.6

Management of Isolated Islands: The example of Sceilg Mhichíl, Ireland

Edward Bourke

Cite this as: Bourke, E. 2020 Management of Isolated Islands: The example of Sceilg Mhichíl, Ireland, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.14

Take Care of Me! Protection, conservation and presentation of archaeological sites to the public in the Autonomous Province of Trento, northern Italy

Franco Nicolis

Cite this as: Nicolis, F. 2020 Take Care of Me! Protection, conservation and presentation of archaeological sites to the public in the Autonomous Province of Trento, northern Italy, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.7

The Practice of Preserving and Presenting Archaeological Sites in Latvia

Sandra Zirne

Cite this as: Zirne, S. 2020 The Practice of Preserving and Presenting Archaeological Sites in Latvia, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.8

The Dutch Triple Heritage Helix. A working model for the protection of the landscape

Saskia van Dockum and Leonard de Wit

Cite this as: van Dockum, S. and de Wit, L. 2020 The Dutch Triple Heritage Helix. A working model for the protection of the landscape, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.9

Medieval Churches in Novgorod: Aspects of archaeological investigations and museum presentation

Marina Vdovichenko

Cite this as: Vdovichenko, M. 2020 Medieval Churches in Novgorod: Aspects of archaeological investigations and museum presentation, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.10

Visitor Erosion in Fragile Landscapes: Balancing conflicting agendas of access and conservation at properties in care in Scotland

Rachel Pickering

Cite this as: Pickering, R. 2020 Visitor Erosion in Fragile Landscapes: Balancing conflicting agendas of access and conservation at properties in care in Scotland, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.11

Whose Archaeological Site Is It? The public's involvement in the caretaking and opening of archaeological sites in Switzerland

Cynthia Dunning Thierstein

Cite this as: Dunning Thierstein, C. 2020 Whose Archaeological Site Is It? The public's involvement in the caretaking and opening of archaeological sites in Switzerland, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.12

The Changing Policies on the Protection and Management of Archaeological Sites in Turkey: an Overview

Zeynep Eres

Cite this as: Eres, Z. 2020 The Changing Policies on the Protection and Management of Archaeological Sites in Turkey: an overview, Internet Archaeology 54. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.54.13

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