|Authors:||Thomas, David C.|
|Abstract:||The challenges, and rewards, of undertaking archaeological fieldwork in a country like Afghanistan have been numerous and need to be outlined to put the following research in context. The minaret and archaeological remains of Jām were inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2002 as Afghanistan’s first World Heritage site. The World Heritage nomination concludes by hoping that the inscription of the site would result in the mobilisation of financial and technical support to assist with the conservation, presentation and development of the site, building the capacity of Afghan conservation and management expertise, and the development of a comprehensive management plan.|
|Type of Work:||Other|
|Appears in Collections:||The Ebb and Flow of the Ghūrid Empire|
|9781743325414_FrontMatter.pdf||Front matter||315.47 kB||Adobe PDF|
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