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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55340
Doc. No:TL25294
Call number:‭U593215‬
Main Entry:Kalliopi Vacharopoulou
Title & Author:Conservation of classical monuments: a study of anastylosis with case studies from Greece and TurkeyKalliopi Vacharopoulou
College:University of London, University College London (United Kingdom)
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:607
Abstract:Anastylosis involves the re-assembly of existing, but dispersed, members of a monument and is implemented within a framework for the preservation and presentation of ancient monuments. It was introduced as a concept and practice in the 19th century. Anastylosis is encountered throughout the world, but most often in the Mediterranean region. This research explores the concept of anastylosis in the region, and specifically examines how it as applied to classical monuments in Greece and Turkey. The thesis examines the terminology, philosophy, theoretical principles and technical issues of anastylosis, within the wider context of cultural heritage management. Case studies from Greece and Turkey, and a survey of anastylosis practitioners, are used to identify and investigate relevant issues. In addition, a small visitor survey examines the understanding of anastylosis by the public, the impact for interpretation of monuments, and highlights the role of stakeholders in conservation activities. Problematic areas in decision-making, planning, implementation, and post- implementation are identified, raising concerns over its definition, objectives, theory, driving forces, and technical matters. These are analysed with reference to current and future practise. Building on this analysis, the thesis concludes by establishing guidance for the use of anastylosis this is specifically aimed at Greece and Turkey, but has wider applications, both within the region and at an international scale. The approach recognises the importance of anastylosis as a tool within the wider field of heritage conservation and management and offers a framework for planning, decision making, implementation, and post-implementation. Specific theoretical principles and technical matters are proposed. In advocating a clearer definition of what anastylosis encompasses, and how it can be implemented within the overall framework of theoretical and technical aspects for the care and preservation of the material remains of our past, the research concludes by asserting the importance of anastylosis as an architectural conservation method, with significant interpretative potential, in the management and presentation of archaeological sites.
Subject:(UMI)AAIU593215; Social sciences; Greece; Turkey; Archaeology; 0324:Archaeology
Added Entry:University of London, University College London (United Kingdom)