Critical evaluation on conservation approaches in the archaeological site of perge

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2007
Bakacak, Oya
This thesis concentrates on evolving concepts on conservation of cultural heritage with an emphasis on archaeological sites and evaluates the realization of diverse concepts in a particular case. The study is handled in two main sections that cover theoretical study and case study. The initial conceptual section clarifies the circumstances in archaeological sites with a view to historical developments followed by current approaches at international and national level. The following section comprises the case study concerning the archaeological site of Perge studied through historical and urban evolution and investigation of excavations and interventions for evaluation of concerns for its conservation. The thesis is finalized by concluding remarks of the study as a guide for further studies for conservation issues of the ancient city of Perge.

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Citation Formats
O. Bakacak, “Critical evaluation on conservation approaches in the archaeological site of perge,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2007.