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  • Authors: Mundin, A;

    A small cluster of potential archaeological features was recorded. Pottery of 13th-century date was recovered frmo two pits: the remaining features were undated and probably modern.

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  • Authors: Services, Dennis Payne Archaeological;

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    Authors: Manlio Rossi Doria;

    Manlio Rossi Doria, Considerazioni sull’avvenire della montagna meridionale / Thoughts on the future of the southern mountains, «la Bonifica», numero speciale “La montagna tra povertà e sviluppo”, Roma, XXII, n. 11-12, novembre-dicembre 1968, pp. 885-889. Translation by Kosmos Traduzioni, Reggio Emilia. Il Capitale culturale. Studies on the value of cultural heritage, N° 19 (2019): The management of cultural heritage and landscape in inner areas

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  • Authors: Compass Archaeology;

    Short report summarising the results of the watching brief. Contains relevant background details including reason for commission, site location and Scheduled Monument details, historical and archaeological background, and site and post-excavation methodology. Results include plans, photographs and text of the monitored works with a short discussion and conclusion. Results are supported by relevant specialist analyses.

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  • Authors: Dixon, James;

    This resource is a single blog post created as part of the Day of Archaeology initiative. The Day of Archaeology project aimed to provide a window into the daily lives of archaeologists from all over the world. The project asked people working, studying or volunteering in the archaeological world to participate in a 'Day of Archaeology' each year by recording their day and sharing it through text, images or video on the Day of Archaeology blog.The project asked anyone with a personal, professional or voluntary interest in archaeology to get involved, and help highlight the reasons why archaeology is vital to protect the past and inform our futures. The resulting Day of Archaeology project archive demonstrates the wide variety of work the archaeological profession undertakes day-to-day across the globe, and helps to raise public awareness of the relevance and importance of archaeology to the modern world.The first ever Day of Archaeology was held in 2011 and, since then, the project had thousands of archaeologists take part in the event, from those working in the field through to specialists working in laboratories and behind computers. The last Day of Archaeology was on Friday 28th July 2017.

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  • Authors: AC Archaeology Ltd;
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  • Authors: McAtominey, D;

    Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd (PCA) was appointed by RPS Consulting to carry out an archaeological evaluation, at 2-4 Salters Acres, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 8TA. The Site is the subject of a proposed development comprising four dwellings and associated access, landscaping and parking. The evaluation at 2-4 Salters Acres, Stockbridge Road, Winchester, Hampshire consisted of two 2m x 2m trenches and revealed no archaeological remains. The evaluation comprised two trenches that were opened on the proposed development footprint within the gardens of Nos. 3 & 4 Salters Acres. Natural chalk was revealed in both trenches, at a maximum depth of 0.38m, beneath a shallow profile of subsoil and topsoil. No archaeological features, deposits or artefacts were revealed.

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  • Authors: Cowper, H Swainson;

    Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, 23, 78-83

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    Authors: Benko, Andreja;

    {"references": ["F. Kosir, K arhitekturi: Razvoj arhitekturne teorije. Fakulteta za arhitekturo, Univerza v Ljubljani, 2006.", "P. Schumacher, The autopoiesis of architecture, A new agenda for architecture. Willey, Great Britain, 2011.", "Exibition Der architect. Photography: Domen Zupancic.", "W. Nerdiner. et al, Der Architekt. Band 1, 2. Prestel, M\u00fcnchen, London, New York, 2012.", "W. Nerdiner. et al, Der Architekt. Band 1, 2. Prestel, M\u00fcnchen, London, New York, 2012, pp. 20.", "W. Nerdiner. et al, Der Architekt. Band 1, 2. Prestel, M\u00fcnchen, London, New York, 2012, pp. 7.", "A. Gr\u00fcnberger, Kaj je arhitekt? Pojasnilo o obsegu arhitektovega delovanja. Jugoslovanska tiskarna v Ljubljani, Ljubljana, 1933.", "Building code for the Duchy of Carniola from 25.Oktober 1875. Ljubljana, Klein & Kova\u010d, Selbstverlag.", "Code for Austro-Illyrian Coast (Zakonik in ukaznik za avstrijsko-ilirsko Primorje), Trst, Tiskarna Avstr. Oger. Lloyda.\n[10]\tRules for the building construction in Zelezna zupanija (Pravila Zelezne zupanije glede stavb in javne cistoce). Archive PISK 5, Murska Sobota. \n[11]\thttp://www.stat.si/ <13.1.2014>.\n[12]\twww.zaps.si <13.1.2014>.\n[13]\thttp://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/<13.1.2014>.\n[14]\thttp://www.stat.si/ <13.1.2014>.\n[15]\tPhotography: Matej Leskovsek. \n[16]\tA. Benko, Verantwortung im Raumplannung - Grenzen und M\u00f6glichkeiten. In: Signal 2014/15, Pavelhaus, Laafeld, 2014.\n[17]\thttp://www.uradni-list.si/1/objava.jsp?urlid=200733&stevilka=1761 <16.1.2014>.\n[18]\thttp://www.uradni-list.si/1/objava.jsp?urlid=2002110&stevilka=5387 <16.1.2014>.\n[19]\thttp://www.coe.int/t/dg4/cultureheritage/heritage/cemat/compendium/ActSlovenia.pdf <16.1.2014>.\n[20]\tM. Desman, Uvodnik. V: Arhitektov bilten, Participacija, 188-189, p. 4-5, 2011\n[21]\tR. Luck, Learning to talk to users in participatory design situations. In: Design studies, Volume 28, Issue 3. Str. 217-242, 2007.\n[22]\thttp://www.uradni-list.si/ <16.1.2014>.\n[23]\thttp://www.mlit.go.jp/kokudokeikaku/international/spw/general/germany/index_e.html <16.1.2014>.\n[24]\thttp://www.hoai.de/online/HOAI_2013/HOAI_2013.php <20.1.2014>.\n[25]\thttp://www.ris.bka.gv.at/GeltendeFassung.wxe?Abfrage=Bundesnormen&Gesetzesnummer=10012368 <20.1.2014>.\n[26]\thttp://www.gvh.hu/ <20.1.2014>."]} Article presents a short overview of the architects' profession over time with outlined work of the architectural theoreticians. In the continuation is described a former affiliation of Slovenia as well as the spatial planning documents that were in use until the Slovenia joint Yugoslavia (last part in 1919). This legislation from former Austro-Hungarian monarchy was valid almost until 1950 in some parts of Yugoslavia even longer. Upon that will be mentioned some valid Slovenian spatial documents which will be compared with the German legislation. Analyzed will be the number of architect and spatial planners in Slovenia and also their number upon certain region in Slovenia. Based on that will be given also the number from statistical office of Slovenia of the number of buildings between years 2007 and 2012, and described also the collapse of the major construction companies in Slovenia and consequences of that. At the end will be outlined the morality and ethics by spatial interventions and lack of the architectural law in Slovenia as well as the problematic of minimal collaboration between the Ministry of infrastructure and spatial planning with the profession.

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  • Authors: Klein, Joshua Derren;

    The following dissertation is a political-intellectual history of German conservatism and national identity from the 1930s to the 1950s. It explores the published and private documents of prominent conservative intellectuals, propagandists, journalists, and military elites who before, during, and after the Second World War developed a new concept of European nationalism which they called the “Europa-Gedanke,” or “Europe-concept.” This dissertation traces the evolution of this political ideology by assessing what Europe meant for these thinkers, how this meaning changed over the course of a volatile historical time period, how it differed from other concepts of Europe, and how it informed the transformation of German conservatism. The figures analyzed in this dissertation had in common a professional and intellectual trajectory that began in the Conservative Revolution of the Weimar period. Part 1 of this dissertation dissects their path to intellectual complicity in National Socialism and the propaganda apparatus behind Hitler’s “New Order of Europe.” Part II traces their postwar professional rebirth as widely publicized journalists and influential military reformers in the first decade of West Germany. Surprisingly, after 1945 these figures were able to bridge their European ideology with the postwar Christian Democratic politics of European integration and anti-Communism. This alliance opened the door for liberals in West Germany and the American intelligence community to accommodate a previously hostile milieu into their postwar liberal politics. The primary thesis of this dissertation is three-fold: a) the conservative Europe-concept is a hitherto neglected and dismissed ideology which was highly influential across all three examined time periods of German history; b) this influence was a result of the Europe-concept’s explicit reformulation of the enduring German völkisch tradition in such a way that expanded the definition of the historical ethnic community (from Germany to Europe) and thereby addressed the perceived political inadequacy of nationalism during and after the Second World War; and c) the Europe-concept contributed to the de-radicalization of German conservatism by assisting a transition from the anti-democratic Conservative Revolutionary impulse to the postwar West German politics of liberal democracy – a convergence that moderated the instinctive illiberalism of German conservatism.

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    A small cluster of potential archaeological features was recorded. Pottery of 13th-century date was recovered frmo two pits: the remaining features were undated and probably modern.

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  • Authors: Services, Dennis Payne Archaeological;

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    Authors: Manlio Rossi Doria;

    Manlio Rossi Doria, Considerazioni sull’avvenire della montagna meridionale / Thoughts on the future of the southern mountains, «la Bonifica», numero speciale “La montagna tra povertà e sviluppo”, Roma, XXII, n. 11-12, novembre-dicembre 1968, pp. 885-889. Translation by Kosmos Traduzioni, Reggio Emilia. Il Capitale culturale. Studies on the value of cultural heritage, N° 19 (2019): The management of cultural heritage and landscape in inner areas

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  • Authors: Compass Archaeology;

    Short report summarising the results of the watching brief. Contains relevant background details including reason for commission, site location and Scheduled Monument details, historical and archaeological background, and site and post-excavation methodology. Results include plans, photographs and text of the monitored works with a short discussion and conclusion. Results are supported by relevant specialist analyses.

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  • Authors: Dixon, James;

    This resource is a single blog post created as part of the Day of Archaeology initiative. The Day of Archaeology project aimed to provide a window into the daily lives of archaeologists from all over the world. The project asked people working, studying or volunteering in the archaeological world to participate in a 'Day of Archaeology' each year by recording their day and sharing it through text, images or video on the Day of Archaeology blog.The project asked anyone with a personal, professional or voluntary interest in archaeology to get involved, and help highlight the reasons why archaeology is vital to protect the past and inform our futures. The resulting Day of Archaeology project archive demonstrates the wide variety of work the archaeological profession undertakes day-to-day across the globe, and helps to raise public awareness of the relevance and importance of archaeology to the modern world.The first ever Day of Archaeology was held in 2011 and, since then, the project had thousands of archaeologists take part in the event, from those working in the field through to specialists working in laboratories and behind computers. The last Day of Archaeology was on Friday 28th July 2017.

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  • Authors: AC Archaeology Ltd;
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