Archive for the ‘Management’ Category

  • Transforming the rural fabric of the Carpathian Villages in Romania

    on Apr 16, 14 • in Architecture, History, Management, News, Preservation, Restoration, Romania • with Comments Off on Transforming the rural fabric of the Carpathian Villages in Romania

    The villages of Romania, particularly those in Southern Saxon Transylvania, are a unique survival. These villages, the hay meadows and the forests which surround them are a last outpost of a central European Medieval landscape, forming a vast and extraordinary ensemble stretching for 100 miles from East to West, and about 60 miles from North to South. The architecture is of very gentle and unique nature, or was until recently, built using stone from the nearby hills, lime from local kilns, oak from the deep forests and handmade bricks and tiles by the Romanians who

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  • HAEMUS will take part at the upcoming EAA conference 2014 in Istanbul

    on Mar 11, 14 • in Archaeology, Conference, Management, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Turkey • with Comments Off on HAEMUS will take part at the upcoming EAA conference 2014 in Istanbul

    Members of HAEMUS will take part at the upcoming European Association of Archaeologist‘ 20th annual meeting, scheduled for September 10-14, 2014, at at the Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey. Vasilka Dimitrovska, M. Sci in archaeology HAEMUS – center for scientific research and promotion of culture Session T02S008 Managing archaeological heritage Management of cultural heritage – reflection from the Republic of Macedonia  The independence of the Republic of Macedonia created the necessary preconditions for the transformation of cultural institutions. For the most part, the transformation meant decentralization of government-funded institutions. However, the law was not very helpful

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  • Can Privatization Save the Treasures of Ancient Greece?

    on Jan 21, 14 • in Archaeology, Cultural heritage, Greece, Management, News • with Comments Off on Can Privatization Save the Treasures of Ancient Greece?

    In the wake of government austerity, some closest to Greece’s treasures are advocating turning them over to private companies Many objects dug from the earth or drawn from the legends of Nemea could be used to promote the ancient Greek site: the mythological Nemean Lion slain by Hercules in the first of his seven feats; weights lifted by competitors during its ancient athletics; the bronze statue of the baby Opheltes, whose death is said to have inspired the games which rivaled those at Olympia further west. That no replicas exist and the gift stand at

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  • Museum lovers spoiled for choice as number of facilities in Turkey on rise

    on Jan 3, 14 • in Archaeology, Etnology, History, Management, Museum, News, Turkey • with Comments Off on Museum lovers spoiled for choice as number of facilities in Turkey on rise

    Museum buffs have reason to smile in Turkey, with dozens of new facilities opening around the country to show off the nation’s heritage and artifacts. The number of museums increased to 370 over the past three years with new ones such as the world’s largest mosaic museum, the Gaziantep Zeugma Mosaic Museum, the Kırşehir Kaman Kalehöyük Archaeology Museum, the Eskişehir Eti Archaeology Museum, the Aydın Museum, as well as the Tokat Archaeology and Ethnography Museum. Thanks to assistance from the Culture and Tourism Ministry, many of the new museums now feature digital technology and animations

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  • HAEMUS received certificate of achievement by the Biology Students’ Research Society

    on Jan 3, 14 • in Management, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on HAEMUS received certificate of achievement by the Biology Students’ Research Society

    In summer 2013, HAEMUS was one of the sponsors of the Biology Students’ Research Society field trip at the Mount of Korab. After successful finish of the study research, we received certificate of achievement to unwavering support and help given to the society of undergraduate biologists during their exploring. We аре very happy helping our young researchers, waiting their future successes. 🙂

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  • King’s tomb becoming center of attraction in western Turkey

    on Jan 2, 14 • in Archaeology, Cultural heritage, History, Management, News, Roman period, Tourism, Turkey, UNESCO • with Comments Off on King’s tomb becoming center of attraction in western Turkey

    Karia King Hekatomnas’ tomb and its surrounding are expected to make western province of Muğla a center of attraction. Excavations are continuing in the region to create an archaeological area to draw tourists The tomb of Karia King Hekatomnas and the Sacred Area, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage Temporary List and considered as one of the most important historical artwork discovered in the last century, is expected to be included in the permanent list soon. The archaeological area is located in the Hisarbaşı neighborhood in the western province of Muğla. It was discovered

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