Session Title

Archaeological and Artistic Intervention in the Medieval Heritage of the Iberian Peninsula

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Univ. de Burgos

Organizer Name

Maria Pilar Alonso Abad

Organizer Affiliation

Univ. de Burgos

Presider Name

Maria Pilar Alonso Abad

Paper Title 1

The Conservation of the Archaeological Heritage of Medieval Spain and Its Tourist Exploitation: A Difficult Problem

Presenter 1 Name

Fernando Valdés Fernández

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. Autónoma de Madrid

Paper Title 2

Cultural Forts: A New Life for Castilian Castles

Presenter 2 Name

Enrique Jerez Abajo

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Univ. de Valladolid

Start Date

15-5-2015 3:30 PM

Session Location

Bernhard 205

Description

The cohabitation of the Christian, Jewish and Islamic cultures during the Middle Ages in the Iberian Peninsula, created a rich cultural heritage, unique in Europe. Fortunately most of it survived, in the most varied expressions (architecture, sculpture, painting, lesser arts, music, codicological sources, etc.). One of today's challenges is to offer an adequate implementation of the valuation, conservation and restoration of this heritage, based on rigorous scientific and technical research.

This session aims to showcase, explain, value and spread the current management of the medieval heritage and the use of new technologies and methods for its research and restoration, as well as discussing the heritage laws that rule and care for the intervention projects in Spain and all of Europe.

Maria Pilar Alonso Abad

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May 15th, 3:30 PM

Archaeological and Artistic Intervention in the Medieval Heritage of the Iberian Peninsula

Bernhard 205

The cohabitation of the Christian, Jewish and Islamic cultures during the Middle Ages in the Iberian Peninsula, created a rich cultural heritage, unique in Europe. Fortunately most of it survived, in the most varied expressions (architecture, sculpture, painting, lesser arts, music, codicological sources, etc.). One of today's challenges is to offer an adequate implementation of the valuation, conservation and restoration of this heritage, based on rigorous scientific and technical research.

This session aims to showcase, explain, value and spread the current management of the medieval heritage and the use of new technologies and methods for its research and restoration, as well as discussing the heritage laws that rule and care for the intervention projects in Spain and all of Europe.

Maria Pilar Alonso Abad