Between the Devil and the Deep: Meeting Challenges in the by John H. Jameson Jr. (auth.), Della A. Scott-Ireton (eds.)

By John H. Jameson Jr. (auth.), Della A. Scott-Ireton (eds.)

In growing interpretive ideas for maritime websites, archaeologists and source managers frequently are required to imagine creatively to beat demanding situations and difficulties. those matters contain analyzing websites in inaccessible destinations and intensely deep water, permitting and controlling entry to fragile websites and constrained parts, tracking customer habit, making details fascinating to a large viewers, and growing possibilities for public engagement, between different matters. assembly demanding situations provides state of the art interpretation and public schooling suggestions for maritime assets, either on land and underwater, with emphasis on fixing the original difficulties frequently linked to offering those fragile, limited-access websites as historical past sights and on constructing potent visitation and civic engagement possibilities. The examples provided preferably can function versions for source managers, archaeologists engaged in interpretation, and placement directors. This quantity brings jointly a various crew of background execs to debate concerns they’ve encountered and to provide rules and case stories for adapting, improvising, and overcoming them.

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We learn little from this and we certainly do not engage the public (Peacock 2009). The comments raise two important issues, preservation and engagement with the public. While the site remains on English Heritage’s Heritage at Risk register and the management plan for the site includes monitoring by the site licensee and independently by the government’s contracted archaeological team,8 recovery of vulnerable finds, limited remedial physical protection and the development of interpretive material for local museums (Dunkley 2008), there has been no major initiative aimed at the site’s long-term stabilisation and preservation.

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