Monuments and Sites: Czech Republic (1996)

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Introductory Studies
1. Historical Sites and Architectural Monuments in the Czech Republic
Dobroslav Libal
2. Schedules of Monuments
Milos Pistorius and Jiri Novacek
3. Legislature and Organisation of the Care of Monuments
Ales Vosahlik

Protection of monuments
4. Evolution of the Protection of Monument and its Actual Conception
Ivo Hlobil
5. Protection of the Cultural Heritage in the Czech Republic
Ales Vosahlik

Scientific Research and Education
6. Cognition of the Historical Aspects of Architectural Ensembles and of Cultural Monuments
Dobroslav Libal
7. Specific Education at Universities and at Secondary Schools
Hana Némeckova

Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and Renovation of Historic Sites
8. Castles and Chateaus
Marié Mzykova
9. Protection of Sacred Monuments
Zdenek Chudarek
10. Renovation of Historic Towns
Karel Kibic
11. National Architecture its Protection and Conservation
Pavel Bures
12. Historic Gardens
Olga Baseova
13. Conservation and Restoration of Monuments of Painting, Sculpture and Arts and Crafts
Vratislav Nejedly
14. Technical Monuments -its Protection Conservation and Utilisation
Eva Dvorakova

Protection of archaeological monuments
15. Protection of Archaeological Monuments
Petr Sommer and Lenka Krusinova

Conclusion
16. Conclusion
Josef Stulc

Monuments and Sites: Hungary (1996)

 

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169 pages


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Introductory Studies
1. The Problems of Authenticity and Identity as Retlected by Archaeological Preservation of Monuments
Julius Gy. Hajnoczi

General Studies
2. Authenticity and Landscape Architecture
Ilona Balogh-Ormos
3. Building Materials and Structures Applied during the Era of Historism Problems Associated with their Restoration
Attila Déry
4. Les paysages culturels et patrimoniaux (Les intentions et la réalité)
Tamas Fejérdy
5. Preservation of Railway Buildings in Hungary
Mihaly Kubinszky
6. The Conservation of Architectural Values of Vinages in South Transdanubia
Tünde L6rincz-Szabo
7. Historic Towns in Hungary in the Second Half of the 2Oth Century
Andras Roman
8. New Technical Procedures in Developing Principles and Methods of Authentic Monument Restoration
Mihaly Zádor

Studies on individual cases
9. Reincarnations of the Western Portal at Jak, around the Turn of the Century
Alice Debreczeni-Mezei
Edit Szentesi
10. Modernization and Restoration of the Budapest Central Market Hall
Gergely Nagy
11. Restoration of the Provostal Ruins at Domos as Seen by a Practising Architect, in a "Bottom-Line View" of the Concept of Authenticity
Klara Nandori
12. Restoration of the Interior of the Saint Francis' Wounds Church in Buda
Tamas Toth

List of Abbreviations

List of Authors

Monuments and Sites: India (1996)

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1. Sanchi
2. Ajanta, Ellora and Elephanta
3. Buddhist Rock - Cut Caves
4. Early Temples of South India
5. Early Temples of North India
6. Architecture of the Vijayanagar Empire
7. Monuments of Kerala
8. Temples of Jammu and Kashmir
9. Fatehpur Sikri
10. Taj Mahal
11. Agra Fort
12. Churches of Goa
13. Forts of India
14. Monuments of Delhi

Monuments and Sites: Israel (1996)

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67 pages


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Contents

Conservation in Israel, Giora Solar

27 documents

Monuments and Sites: Japan (1996)

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176 pages

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Historic Buildings and Gardens in the World Heritage Sites

Part I -INTRODUCTION
1. Outline of Japanese Historic Sites and Monuments
Its Past and Present
Yukio Nishimura

Part II -SELECTED PAPERS
2. The Preservation and Restoration of Wooden Monuments in Japan
Masaru Sekino
3. Principles of Conservation and Restoration Regarding Wooden Buildings in Japan
Masaru Sekino
4. On Tsugite Shikuchi and Woodworking Tools
Nobuo Ito
5. Aspects of Japanese Wooden Buildings
Masaru Sekino
6. Restoration of Wooden Buildings
Kakichi Suzuki
7. Present Condition of the Training of Specialists in the Conservation of Cultural Properties in Japan
Nobuo Ito
8. Training of Architects as Conservators in the Course of Higher Education in Japan
Eizo Inagaki
9. Training of Conservation Specialists for Cultural Property Buildings
Kakichi Suzuki
10. Authenticity in the Context of Japanese Wooden Architecture
Eizo Inagaki
11. Rescue Excavation in Japan
Migaku Tanaka
12. Urbanization, Nara Palace, and its Excavation
Kiyotari Tsuboi and Migaku Tanaka
13. Issues in Japanese Archaeology
Kiyotari Tsuboi
14. Books on Historic Garden
Kenkichi Ono

Notes -Authors and Sources of the Selected Papers

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