This paper discusses the results in applying Italy's law in preventive archaeology five years after the publication of the executive rules. It examines strenghts and weaknisses of the law, the latter identified in the scant attention paid to ancient topography and landscape archaeology. The role of university departments, the responsabilities of the Superintendences, the role of cooperatives of young archaeologists, the problems arising from the heavy costs in publishing the reserach results are examined. It is also proposed that the archaeological exavations and the programs of musealization be financed by a national fund fed by a percentage of the costs of all projects of public interest.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Architecture domestique punique, hellénistique et romaine. Sauvegarde et mise en valeur / Architettura domestica punica, ellenistica e romana. Salvaguardia e valorizzazione.|
|Numero di pagine||6|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|