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Crimes against cultural heritage in Timbuktu2018 Anthropology today 34 (1): 15-17
  • Charlotte Louise Joy
Vom Krieg zum Schutz. Österreich-Ungarns Kulturgüterschutz im Ersten Weltkrieg und die Erhaltung seiner baulichen Überreste2018 Mitteilungen der anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien 148: 203-18
  • Anna Kaiser
  • Julia Walleczek-Fritz
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGISCHE GESELLSCHAFT IN WIEN. Mitteilungen-]0066-4693in thematic issue 'Bewaffnete Konflikte - Ersehnter Friede' with introduction by K Grömer and H Mückler, 1-10; English summary
Perspectives of the cultural heritage of the Ancash region: the MERASA consortium and the potential for dissemination of knowledge in post-conflict environments2017 Indiana 34 (1): 231-51
  • Álvaro Higueras
H6/KUL [INDIANA-]0341-8642in monographic section 'Ancash: archaeology, anthropology and landscape history'; English summary
Monuments and affordance: multisensory bodily engagements with the landscape of memory in South Africa2017 Cahiers d'études africaines 57 (3): 671-89
  • Sabine Marschall
H6/KY [CAHIERS-]0008-0055in special issue 'Renouveau monumental'; French summary
The Islamic State's symbolic war: Da'esh's socially mediated terrorism as a threat to cultural heritage2016 Journal of social archaeology 16 (2): 164-88
  • Cherrie de Leiuen
  • Claire Smith
  • Gary Jackson
  • Heather Burke
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1469-6053
Voices under the dunes2015 Arts & cultures : 64-87
  • Jean-Marie Hosatte
Maintained in very good condition or virtually rebuilt? Destruction of cultural property and narration of violent histories2013 Papers from the Institute of Archaeology (London) 23
  • Samuel Andrew Hardy
H6/KE [PAPERS-]0965-9315
Contract archaeology in Botswana: the case of the Botswana Development Corporation Project at Mamuno2011 Botswana notes and records 43: 151-64
  • Phenyo Churchill Teheve
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-]0525-5090in monographic issue 'Retrieving Botswana's past. Essays in honour of Alec Campbell'
Towards gathering data: a suggested forma for the monitoring of damage to rock art sites in the Sydney and Blue Mountains regions2007 Rock art research 24 (2): 253-5
  • Barry Lewis
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426
Rock art vandalism in Tasmania2006 Rock art research 23 (1): 119-22
  • Peter C. Sims
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426
Metal detectors and archaeology: the viewpoint of one archaeologist2006 Archeologické rozhledy 58 (2): 301-6
  • David Vích
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE -]0323-1267
The users of metal detectors are experts in looting, and just ordinary thieves2006 Archeologické rozhledy 58 (2): 307-9
  • Slavomil Vencl
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE -]0323-1267
Protecting archaeological sites: a major issue of cultural resources management in Taiwan2000 Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnology (Taipei) 89: 257-73
  • Cheng-hwa Tsang
0001-3935in special issue in honour of Professor Li Yih-yuan's retirement (2); Chinese summary
Problems related to [preservation and restoration of ethnographic artefacts, with special regard to the prevention of] damages to biological character (the experience of the curators of the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography Kunstkamera)1996 Kur'er Petrovskoi Kunstkamery 4/5: 162-4
  • E. A. Okladnikova
  • T. F. Lopatina
Archaeological and historical traces of the destructive earthquake [in Ustiurt] in the 18th century1996 Rossiiskaia Arkheologiia 4: 80-92
  • A. A. Nikonov