nara

1994

427 pages

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Table of Contents
Table des matières
Preface
Préface
Participants
Nara Document on Authenticity
Document de Nara sur l'authenticité
Foreword by Herb Stovel: Working Towards the Nara Document
Avant-propos par Herb Stovel: Vers le Document de Nara


PART 1: Framing Presentations / Présentations générales

Bernd von Droste and Ulf Bertilsson: Authenticity and World Heritage

Jukka Jokilehto: Authenticity: a General Framework for the Concept

Nobuo Ito: "Authenticity" Inherent in Cultural Heritage in Asia and Japan. Le concept d' authenticité inhérent au Patrimoine culturel en Asie et au Japon

Henry Cleere: The Evaluation of Authenticity in the Context of the World Heritage Convention


PART 2: Session Presentations and Reports / Présentations et rapports des séances

Session 1: Changing Concepts of Authenticity
Séance 1: Concepts d' authenticité en évolution

Jukka Jokilehto: Session Report . Compte-rendu de la séance

Michael Petzet: "ln the full richness of their authenticity" - The Test of Authenticity and the New Cult of Monuments.

Françoise Choay: Sept propositions sur le concept d'authencité et son usage dans les pratiques du patrimoine historique.

David Lowenthal: Changing Criteria of Authenticity

Roberto di Stefano: L'authenticité des valeurs

Session 2: Authenticity and Cultural Diversity
Séance 2: Authenticité et diversité culturelle

Joan Domicelj: Session Report. Compte-rendu de la séance

P. Jimbi Katana and George H.O. Abungu: The World Heritage Convention and Kenyan Historical Sites

Ereatara Tamepo: Maori Authenticity and Cultural Diversity in New Zealand {Aotearo)

Yukio Nishimura: Changing Concept of Authenticity in the Context of Japanese Conservation History
Evolution du concept d'authenticité dans l'histoire de la conservation au Japon

Session 3: Authenticity and Heritage Diversity
Séance 3: Authenticité et diversité du patrimoine

Jean-Louis Luxen: Compte-rendu de la séance . Session Report

Tamâs Fejérdy: Authenticité dans la restauration des monuments historiques.

Carmen Anon Feliu: Authenticité. Jardin et paysage

Elias Mujica: Authenticity and Heritage Diversity: Archaeological Sites and Cultural Landscapes in the Andean Countries

Session 4: Discussion
Séance 4: Débats

Henry Cleere: Session Report . Compte-rendu de la séance


PART 3: Summary Papers / Résumés

Maria Dolores Penna de Almeida Cunha: On Authenticity

Carmen Anon Feliu: Authenticity. Garden and Landscape

Inder Kumar Bhatnagar: Some Thoughts on Fakes and Forgeries

Dinu Bumbaru: Authenticité et dignité-patrimoine et dimension humaine. Authenticity and Dignity-Heritage and Human Dimension.

Christina Cameron: Authenticity and the World Heritage Convention

Pisit Charoenwongsa: Authenticity: Doeslt Really Matter Much?

Françoise Choay: Sept propositions sur le concept d'authenticité. Seven Propositions on the Concept of Authenticity

Joan Domicelj: A Question of Authenticity: Cultural Diversity

Bernd von Droste:Authenticity in the World Heritage Sense

Natalia Dushkina: Authenticity: Towards the Ecology of Culture

Tamâs Fejérdy: Authenticité dans la restauration des monuments historiques.

Amareswar Galla: Authenticity: Rethinking Heritage Diversity in a Pluralistic Framework

Guo Zhan: The Particularity of "Authenticity" in the Conservation of Cultural Property in China

H.A.J.Henket and N.Tummers: Authenticity of the Modem Movement

Nobuko Inaba: What Is the Test of Authenticity for Intangible Properties?

Nobuo Ito: " Authenticity" Inherent in Cultural Heritage in Asia and Japan

Hiroshi Kanaseki: Reconstructing a Ruin from Intangible Materials

Kimio Kondoh: Landscape, Garden and Authenticity

Todor Krestev: Cultural Diversity and the Concept of Authenticity. La diversité culturelle et la conception de l'authenticité

Marc Laenen: Authenticity in Relation to Development

Saleh Lamei: Authenticity and The Egyptian Heritage Diversity

Knut Einar Larsen: "The Test of Authenticity" and National Heritage Legislation

Chester H. Liebs: Observations on Authenticity and Cultural Heritage

David Lowenthal: Managing the Flux of Authenticity

Jean-Louis Luxen: Approches de l'authenticité: modestie et pluralisme

Nora J. Mitchell: Evaluating Authenticity of Cultural Landscapes: a Perspective from the U.S.

Elias Mujica: Authenticity and Heritage Diversity: Archaeological Sites and Cultural Landscapes in the Andean Countries

Samidi: Some Ideas on the Changing Concept of Authenticity

Herb Stovel: Considerations in Framing the Authenticity Question for Conservation

Hiroyuki Suzuki: Authenticity of Set ting in the Cyclical Culture.

Barrie Trinder: Authenticity in the lndustrial Heritage

Robert Turner: Authenticity in Wines

Appendices / Annexes

1. Conference Agenda
Ordre du jour
2. Scientific Management Group Comité de direction scientifique
3. Conference on Authenticity in Relation to the World Heritage
Convention. Preparatory Workshop. Bergen, Norway, 31 January - 2 February 1994. Table of Contents of the Workshop Proceedings
4. Address list of the participants at the time of printing
Liste d'adresses des participants au moment de l'impression

 

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Table des matières
Table of Contents


Présentation de l'ICOMOS et de l'ICAHM/Presentation of ICOMOS and ICAHM

Avant-propos/Foreword
Mme Claire Mousseau, Responsable du programme scientifique et de l'édition, Canada

Les allocution d'ouverture / Opening Ad dresses
Dr. Pierre Nadon, Président de I'ICAHM, Canada: Mot de bienvenue
Dr. Jack Brink, Canada: An Example of In Situ Preservation of Archaeological Resources. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

La séance thématique d'ouverture/Opening Thematic Session
Dr. Francis P. McManamon, United States: Mot d'introduction- Thème A/lntroductory Words- Theme A
Dr. Gustaf Trotzig, Sweden: Mot d'introduction- Thème B/lntroductory Words- Theme B
Ms. Marilyn Truscott, Australia: Mot d'introduction- Thème C/lntroductory Words- Theme C

Atelier A: Les composantes du processus de la conservation
Workshop A: Components of the Preservation Process
Mrs. Lucija Azman Momirski, Slovenia: Interpreting the Site. Archaeological Presentation between Project and Audience
Mrs. Müge Bahçeci, Turkey: The Pamukkale's Preservation and Development Plan
M. Jean-Guy Brossard, Canada: Pointe-à-Callière, musée d'archéologie et d'histoire de Montréal. La conservation de sites archéologiques de A à z
Mr. Scott Cunliffe, United States: Documentation as a Management Tool. Planning for Conservation
Mme Catherine Drouin, avec la collaboration du Dr. Laurier Turgeon, Canada: L'Île aux Basques. Reconstitution et remémoration
Mmes Mathilde Lavenu et Victorine Mataouchek, France: La ville de Leuven, Belgique. Les vestiges de l'enceinte du 129 siècle
Dr. Paul McMahon,Ireland: Archaeological Sites in Ireland. Conservation, Maintenance and Enhancement
Dr. Giuseppe Morganti, Italie, Dans la banlieue de Rome. La conservation d'un paysage préhistorique
Mrs. Teresa C. Patricio, Portugal, with the collaboration of Dr. Koen Van Balen,Belgium: The Nymphaeum at Sagalassos, Turkey.The Anastylosis and the Applicability
Ms. Annika Richert, Sweden: A Visitors Centre at Birka.The first Viking Settlement in Sweden
Mr. Brian D. Ross, Canada: In Pukaskwa National Park, Ontario, Canada. Monitoring and Protection of Mysterious Stone Structures
Dr. Mario Sanoja, Venezuela: The Guayana Project. In Situ Museums and Education
Mrs. Roxana Seguel, Chile: In the Semi-Arid Region of Chile. Diagnosis for the Conservation of Archaeological Sites
M. Hung Trân, Vietnam: La conservation du patrimoine urbain à Hanoi
Dr. Antonio Varone, Italie: La maison pompéienne des Casti Amanti. Fouille, documentation et conservation

Atelier B : Les stratégies dans les choix des lieux et des éléments à conserver à l'intérieur des sites
Workshop B: Strategies for the Selection of Places and Elements to Conserve within Sites
Dr. Daniel Arsenault et M. Louis Gagnon, Canada: Le site Nisula, Haute-Côte-Nord du Québec. Le défi de la conservation d'un site à pictogrammes
Mme Isabelle Biraud-Burot, France: Retrouver le sens de la ville
Dr. Dan Carlsson, Sweden: Follow the Vikings! How to Highlight the World of the Vikings
Mme Rosa Enguix Alemany, Espagne: La Communauté Valencienne. Mise en valeur de vestiges archéologiques
Mme Cristina lamandi, Canada : Entre la mise en valeur et l'enfouissement. Alternatives de conservation des vestiges archéologiques in situ
M. Dominique Leconte, France: De la fouille au projet
M. Alain Gilles Magdinier, France: Dans une bergerie de montagne, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France. Conservation et présentation des vestiges d'un mausolée antique
Mrs. Marisa Mastroroberto, Italia: The House of C. Julius Polibius in Pompei. Reasons of Restoration
Mr. Roberto Morales Juarez with the collaboration of Mrs. Maria Elena Molina Soto, Guatemala: In Central America. Archaeological Heritage and Sustainable Oevelopment Planning
Dr. Peter Pope, Canada : Under Water Street. The Early Waterfront of St. John's, Newfoundland
Mr. Marko Stokin, Slovenia: Interpretation of a Roman Villa. Research Strategies and Presentation
Dr. Marianne P. Stopp, Canada: Cultural Bias in Heritage Reconstruction
Dr. Robert M. Thorne, United States: Archaeological Site Preservation as an Appropriate and Useful Management Tool
Dr. Iraida Vargas Arenas, Venezuela : In the City of Caracas, Venezuela. The Project of Urban Archaeology
M. Stéphane Vermette, Canada: le corps archéologique
Mr. Kjeld Borch Vesth, Denmark: Preservation and Presentation of Ancient Monuments in Denmark
Mr. Alan Watchman, Canada: Assessing the Condition of Prehistoric Rock Art Sites for Heritage Management Plans
Dr. Gonzalo Yanes Diaz, Mexico: The Case of Cuetzalan and Yohualichan. Puebla. Mexico. Archaeology and Tourism. Should They Be Integrated?

Atelier C : Le rôle des intervenants et des clients
Workshop C : Role and Contributors and Clients
M. André Bergeron, Canada: Archéologie et conservation. Convergence ou divergence?
Mme Michelle Guitard, Canada: l'histoire et la mise en valeur des sites archéologiques en Asie
Mr. George Hasemann, Honduras: Archaeological Parks in Honduras. Realities of Research and Responsability
Dr. Nicky Horsfal1, Australia: Bare Hil1 Rock Art Sites, North Queensland. Australia. Co-operation in Indigenous Site Management
Mmes Annabel1e Laliberté et Marie - Thérèse Landry, Canada: Dans les projets de mise en valeur de sites archéologiques. la pertinence de J'apport des arts comme discipline
M. Gérald McNichols Tétreault, Canada: Récurrences archéologiques
Mr. Peter J. Priess, Canada : The York Factory Example. Archaeology in Support of Building Restoration
Dr. Andrzej Prinke, Poland : Landscape Parks in Poland. A Multidisciplinary Approach to Natural and Cultural Resources

La syntèse des ateliers thématiques/Synthesis of the Thematic Workshops
Dr. Norman Clermont, Canada: Synthèse des débats de J'atelier A. Synthesis of the Debates. Workshop A
Dr. Gustaf Trotzig, Sweden: Synthèse des débats de J'atelier B Synthesis of the Debates, Workshop B
Ms. Marilyn Truscott, Australia: Synthèse des débats de l'atelier C. Synthesis of the Debates. Workshop C

La Conférence de clôture/Closing Lecture
M. François Leblan, Président d'ICOMOS, Canada

ICAHM/Procès-verbal de l'Assemblée générale du 15 octobre 1994
ICAHM/Minutes of the General Assembly, Saturday October 15, 1994
Procès-verbal/Minutes
liste des représentants de L'ICAHM/list of ICAHM representatives

Les participants inscrits au Colloque international ICAHM Montréal 1994

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Contents

GLOSSARY
PREFACES
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

SECTION I : THE CONTEXT

1. INTRODUCTION.

WHY A MANUAL ON RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE ?

RISK-PREPAREDNESS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE WORLD HERITAGE CONVENTION
The benefits of the Convention.
Operation of the Convention
Cultural-heritage-at-risk relative to the Convention.

DEVELOPMENT OF THE MANUAL

A USER'SGUIDE TO THE MANUAL

2. THE IMPORTANCE OF RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

ATTITUDINAL OBSTACLES: ARGUMENTS AND COUNTER-ARGUMENTS

A CULTURAL-HERITAGE-AT-RISKFRAMEWORK

3. PRINCIPLES OF RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

INTRODUCTION. PRINCIPLES

4. DEVELOPING A SOUND APPROACH TO RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE PROPERTY

PLANNING FRAMEWORK FOR RISK-PREPAREDNESS

RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR DIFFERENT FORMS OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
Cultural Heritage
Monuments.
Archaeological Sites.
Historic Settlements.
Cultural Landscapes

SECTION II. DEVELOPING PROPERTY -SPECIFIC STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

5. FlRE

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY
Damage to buildings and their contents.
Damage to historic districts
Damage to cultural landscapes and archaeological sites

DEVELOPING A FIRE-PREVENTION STRATEGY
Responsibility for developing the strategy
Elements of the strategy

REDUCING RISK
Strengthening resistance to fife
Fire detection and monitoring

DEVELOPING A FIRE-RESPONSE PLAN.

BUILDING THE STRATEGY: TECHNICAL AND PLANNING MEASURES
Minirnizing risk
Fire retardation and property protection.
Fire detection and warning systems
Development of response plans.

RESPONSE
For the fire safety manager and tearn
For occupants. For local fire officials

RECOVERY
The structure should be stabilized
The negative effects of the fire and fire-fighting methods should be addressed .
Detailed condition assessment should be made of the fire-damaged structure
Initiate salvage recording and conservation measures for damaged objects,
elements and the structure.
Reinstate ail alarm systems and fire-fighting equipment
Prepare repair and reconstruction plans.

6. EARTHQUAKES AND RELATED DISASTERS

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

DEVELOPING AN EARTHQUAKE-PREPAREDNESS STRATEGY
Responsibility for developing the strategy
Elements of strategy

BUILDING THE STRATEGY: PLANNING AND TECHNICAL MEASURES
Reducing risks
Increasing earthquake resistance
Earthquake early warning and detection systems
Development of a response plan

RESPONSE

RECOVERY

7. FLOODING

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

DEVELOPING A FLOOD-PREPAREDNESS STRATEGY
Responsability for developing the strategy
Elements of the strategy
Reducing risks
Increasing flood resistance
Flood-detection and monitoring
Flood-response planning

BUILDING THE STRATEGY: PLANNING AND TECHNICAL MEASURES
Reducing risks
Increasing resistance to floods
Flood early warning and detection systems
Development of a response plan

RESPONSE

RECOVERY

8. ARMED CONFLICT

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

THE CONTEXT: THE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL PROPERTY IN THE EVENT OF ARMED CONFLICT

DEVELOPING A SRTATEGY FOR THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE IN THE EVENT OF ARMED CONFLICT

9. 0THER HAZARDS

TSUNAMI

AVALANCHES, LAND AND MUD SLIDES AND FLOWS

WINDS OR TROPICAL STORMS (HURRICANES, TYPHOONS, ETC.)

HAZARDS OFHUMAN ORIGIN

INADEQUATE MAINTENANCE

INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION AND DISASTERS

SECTION III. PUTTING RISK-PREPAREDNESS INTO PRACTICE

10. GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPING SITE-SPECIFIC PREPAREDNESS PLANS.

GUIDELINES FOR ADV ANCE PLANNING.

GUlDELINES FOR REACTION DURING DISASTER OR CONFLICT

POST-DISASTERORPOST-CONFLICTGUIDELINES.

SUMMARY CHECK LIST FOR DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

11. IMPROVING RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL

INTRODUCTION

ELEMENTS OF IMPROVED RISK-PREPAREDNESS

A PROCESS MODEL FOR IMPROVING RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

12. SOURCES.

WRITTEN AND AUDIOVISUAL SOURCES.
Inter-Agency Task Force documents

TECHNICAL AND PLANNING REFERENCES
General references

APPENDIX A. THE DECLARATION OF QUEBEC

APPENDIX B. THEKOBE-TOKYO DECLARATION

APPENDIX C. THE BLUE SHIELD MOVEMENT

APPENDIX D. ICOMOS RECORDING PRINCIPLES

APPENDIX E. THE ASSISI DECLARATION

 Reunión de expertos, Madrid, 24-25 Noviembre 1994

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INDICE

Programa de la Reunión
Lista de Participantes

Conclusiones de la reunión de expertos
Rapport de la réunion d'experts
Report of the meeting of experts

Presentación por el Director General de Bellas Artes y Conservación y Restauración de Bienes Culturales
- Itinerarios como Patrimonio Cultural
C. Anon-Feliu

- Note d'introduction
J.L. Luxen -F. Descamps

- Les Itinéraires en tant que Patrimoine Culturel
R. Durighello
- El Camino de Santiago: Itinerario Cultural
F. Benito
- Routes as part of our Cultural Heritage
D. Dienne
- Les itinéraires culturels du Conseil de l'Europe
M. Thomas-Penette
- Cultural landscapes, itinerairies and canals for the World Heritage List
M. Rôssler
- Historic transportation corridors
E.B. Cliver
- Les itinéraires en tant que Patrimoine Culturel -Quelques itinéraires africains
L. Messan -M. Le Berre
- Routes as part of our Cultural Heritage -Some African Routes
L. Messan -M. Le Berre (translation)
- Travelling a storied landscape : trade routes, song lines and heritage
I. McBryde
- From Keowee to Charleston: remnants of the Cherokee Indian Trading Path
Z. Watson Rice

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1994

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Contents

Preface vii
Periods of Japanese Architectural History xii
A Note on Japanese Names and Terms xii
1. Architectural Preservation -an International Perspective

2. Cultural Traditions and Values
Preservation Through Use: Traditional Sentiments in Japan
Values of Historic Buildings
Authenticity
Object Identity -the Case of Hôryû-ji Kondô

3. Cultural Properties: Administration and Legislation
The Agency for Cultural Affairs
Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties
Designation of Cultural Properties by Local Governments
Council for the Protection of Cultural Properties
Tangible Cultural Properties
Designation Criteria
Intangible Cultural Properties
Protection of Traditional Techniques

4. Education and Training in Preservation
Japanese Association for Conservation of Architectural Monuments (JACAM)
Authorization of Conservation Architects
The Annual Conference of Conservation Architects

5. Deterioration in Material and Structure
Barthquakes -Ground Problems
Biological Deterioration
"Patina" ofWood-Weathering
Fire Protection
Sinking of the Baves

6. Materials and Techniques in Preservation
The Necessary Repair
Complete Dismantling
Half- Dismantling
Partial Repair
Repainting and Re-Coating
Re-Roofing
Preservation of Buildings and Techniques
Wood Species in Japanese Historic Building
Woodwork Joints
Consolidation and Restoration of Decayed Wood
Wattle and Daub In-fill Panels
Structural Steel Reinforcement

7. Restoration -Authenticity in Design
Restoration of Buildings and Revival of Techniques
Evidence for Restoration: Kiku and Kiwari
Two Case Studies
Restoration of Ôtadaneko Jinja Honden
Restoration of Hokekyô- ji Soshidô
Restoration in Japan and the Venice Charter

8. Management of Preservation Projects
Work on the Site
Issuing Tenders
The Site Office
Scaffolding
Investigations Before and During Dismantling
lteration of the Project Plan
Management of Work on the Site During Reassembly
The Report of the Repair Work
Work on the Site: a Case Study
History
The Execution of the Work

9. Preservation in Japan: the Unique and the Universal

Appendices
Notes
References
Sources ofl1lustrations
Index

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