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In studying these dr, archaeological and applied research methodologies must be used to interpret the nature and behaviour of the earliest stages in the human record, integrating culture and nature. The contents addressed here raise arguments calling for the rethinking of all of the manifestations of a complex relationship, that of man with his environment through the human and natural sciences owing to methodologies which allow us to identify the intent of human behaviour.

Management system and plan; d.

In general, we need better quality control mechanisms to critique the work being done and managers can help the World Heritage Committee to identify how difficult their task is on a daily basis. Education, information and awareness-raising; g. The Outstanding Universal Value of rock art sites already on the List comprise: The lack of trained staff is a problem at almost every site. Comparative analysis ddefleur rock art A World Archive on Rock Art to enable researchers to compare the relative significance of rock art in different regions and different time periods to assessment of OUV.

Documentation systems benefit from cooperation and interchange of expertise. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. The way of life of the hunter-gatherers barely survives in the modern world. The issue of the immense quantity of elements gathered at the sites and stored for many years will need to be addressed: Humanw diversity of human heritage is represented in archaeological sites across the world that preserves the invaluable record of early human history.


The Thematic Programme does not rely on linear explanations that pursue a single, univocal narrative, but endeavours, through the unique pathways followed in each place, to explore the universal significance of changes that have left their mark on the intellectual development of the human species.

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Villages were developed amongst early farming communities that were often territorially confined and competing for space, leading to the beginning of the settled built environment. The Advisory Bodies ICOMOS and IUCN have provided much valued input since the inception of the Programme, and their collaboration emphasizes the importance of developing the interface between nature and culture in direct relation the Programme, as well as fostering potential future opportunities for working ties between the Advisory Bodies, scientific committees and the World Heritage Centre.

Please enter the message. Research needs to be integrated by site managers. In other cases, descendant communities still have strong ties to the land and their traditional knowledge and ownership must be respected.

Expressions of rock art are present in all regions of the world, often in places with a high concentration of representations where the factor of durability over time is at its greatest. UNESCO Category 2 Centres could help with documentation, website development, facilities, and diffusion of information within countries and between different Regions.

Only six keep original rock art records at the World Heritage properties and the rest are kept at other facilities. Campamento natufiense Conjunto de Mount Carmel, Israel. Museo de Addis Ababa, patrimonio mueble, Australopithecus afarensis.


The issue of the involvement of the local communities is also very complex in this project. From the transitional period between the Middle Palaeolithic to the Upper Palaeolithic, that is from around 40, BC to about 10, BC, Homo sapiens developed a tendency to maintain multifaceted social relations with plants and animals in a process that spread over time and led to yet another form of integration between culture and nature Mithen, They express the universal nature of humankind and contain crucial information that can help us better understand our history and the early stages of human life.

Strengthen the role of local communities in and around the properties and encourage their active participation in maintenance, conservation and management; b. You may send this item to up to five recipients. The World Heritage Centre stressed the importance of steer heading discussions with an awareness of its working context, the World Heritage Convention, the concept of territory and setting for rock art as a core reference for site nomination.

Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Revise the existing sites of Markoyu to be extended to the north; Ouen Pea Doketi to be extended to the west. Perhaps strategists and fundraisers for World Heritage sites also need training.