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  • Cetr’se ritual included in UNESCO’s Representative List

    on Dec 27, 13 • in Anthropology, Cultural heritage, Culture, Education, Ethnography, Etnology, Management, News, Republic of Macedonia, UNESCO • with Comments Off on Cetr’se ritual included in UNESCO’s Representative List

    The UNESCO National Commission marked Thursday the inclusion of Macedonia’s first ritual, called Cetrse, in the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The application was filed in 2011 while the announcement was made during a conference held in Baku on Dec. 2-7. Cetrse is a unique and centuries-old custom marked annually on the Feast of the Holy Forty Martyrs (March 22), honoring the venerable martyrs of Sebaste and marking the first day of spring. Participants gather on the streets and squares of Stip and then first go to the church on the

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  • HAEMUS visited Archaeo Park ‘Brazda’

    on Nov 27, 13 • in Ancient Greece, Antiquty, Archaeology, Management, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Tourism • with Comments Off on HAEMUS visited Archaeo Park ‘Brazda’

    On 23.11.2013, the team of HAEMUS visited the Archaeological Park ‘Brazda’, near Skopje. Brazda lies 10 km north of the center of Skopje in the south – west foot of the mountain Skopska Crna Gora. The remains of a fortified early antique settlement (7-4 B.C ) lie on the southern and western slope of the flattened top of Gradiste hill, it is deployed in several terraces , on the surface of 4.5 Ha. The tomb in Brazda is not fully excavated nor fully explored, in order to make a full judgment about it. However, more

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  • ESRARC2014 – Еuropean Symposium on Religious Art – Restoration and Conservation

    on Nov 7, 13 • in Art, Conference, Conservation, Management, News, Religion, Restoration • with Comments Off on ESRARC2014 – Еuropean Symposium on Religious Art – Restoration and Conservation

    ESRARC2014 – the 6th European Symposium on Religious Art – Restoration and Conservation which will be held on 09 – 11 June 2014 in Florence, Italy. ESRARC2014 intends to be a global assembly for specialists in history, theology, arts and conservation sciences to present and discuss recent innovations and new techniques for the Conservation and Restoration of the Religious Art. We are looking forward to meeting you at ESRARC 2014. Please disseminate this information to other colleagues that might be interested in. Topics of ESRARC 2014: The socio-spiritual values of the Religious Art – Artistic and

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  • CfP: Conference – Culture and civilization in the Lower Danube

    on Aug 28, 13 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Conference, Education, History, Management, Museum, News, Romania, Tourism • with Comments Off on CfP: Conference – Culture and civilization in the Lower Danube

    The international session “Culture and civilization in the Lower Danube” (East and West Sixteenth Edition) will take place from October 14-17th at the Muzeul Dunării de Jos – Călărași (Romania). Calarasi-Razgrad, Ruse 2013 The abstracts should be sent in a foreign language with summary in Romanian, until September 10th and the articles will be included in the museum’s publication: “Culture and civilization in the Lower Danube” (volumes XXX-XXXI). Official language of the conference is English, French and German. The following thematic sessions are part of the conference: – Lower Danube between the Balkans and Carpathians. Identities and cultural

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  • Soli Pompeiopolis archaeopark to open

    on Aug 27, 13 • in Archaeology, Architecture, Conservation, Education, Hellenistic period, Management, Neolithic, News, Turkey • with Comments Off on Soli Pompeiopolis archaeopark to open

     Neolithic and Hellenistic findings at the Soli Pompeiopolis will be displayed in an archaeopark. Professor Remzi Yağcı, who conducted the excavations, says the city dates back 2,000 to 3,000 years The ancient city of Soli Pompeiopolis in Mersin will have a new archaeopark. Professor Remzi Yağcı, who conducted the excavations in the coastal town Soli Pompeiopolis – which dates back 2,000 to 3,000 years – in the Aegean province of Mersin, said they were slanted toward reintegration of the historical area as an archaeopark for international tourism due to great Neolithic, Hellenistic and Roman findings

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  • Looking and Digging: Non-Intrusive Survey, Relations of Knowledge and Hierarchies of Information in Cultural Resource Management

    on Aug 19, 13 • in Archaeology, Architecture, Articles, Management, News, Republic of Macedonia, Roman period • with Comments Off on Looking and Digging: Non-Intrusive Survey, Relations of Knowledge and Hierarchies of Information in Cultural Resource Management

    Reuben THORPE Looking and Digging: Non-Intrusive Survey, Relations of Knowledge and Hierarchies of Information in Cultural Resource Management Abstract This paper represents a conflation and augmentation of incomplete and/or unpublished work undertaken/presented/produced while the author was resident in the Republic of Macedonia between 2006 and 2009. The core of this paper broadly concerns itself with aspects of the theory and praxis of cultural heritage management, specifically the management of archaeological resources, and seeks to explore how inexpensive, non-destructive, archaeological techniques might, if there is the political will and capacity, enable the identification, quantification, protection and

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