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The MuA Project: A Value-Based Database for the Documentation, Assessment and Monitoring of Architectural Heritage at Risk

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Stelios Lekakis


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The MuA Project (Μνημεία υπό Απειλή or Monuments under Threat) is a programme for the recording, documentation, and assessment of heritage whose values are at risk. It also functions as an open-access, participatory project for the sharing and processing of information concerning risks that endanger cultural heritage, and it promotes protection in a creative way. The first deliverable of the programme is an interactive, on-line database based on the results of a research study on managing cultural heritage at risk and its web.

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Author(s): Ganiatsas V, Lekakis S

Editor(s): Korka, E

Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)

Publication status: Published

Conference Name: The Protection of Archaeological Heritage in Times of Economic Crisis

Year of Conference: 2014

Pages: 158-182

Print publication date: 01/11/2014

Acceptance date: 25/05/2012

Date deposited: 26/10/2016

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing


Notes: Proceedings of the regional conference "From Past Experience to New Approaches and Synergies: The Future of Protection Management for Archaeological Heritage in Times of Economic Crisis"

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ISBN: 9781443866224