CENTRAL ASIAN DECLARATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT
‘The adopted document has, as its ultimate goal, the higher guarantee of protection of the archaeological heritage…’
International Women’s Day 2022
WE HONOUR the women of archaeology whose contributions to our understanding of central asian history and cultures is immense This month we honoured three women scientists from Central Asia. Read their extended profiles which detail their work on the archaeology and architecture of Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Galina Karimova, lead researcher, INSTITUTE OF HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY NAMED AFTER A. DONISH Tatyana Filiminova, lead researcher, INSTITUTE OF HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY NAMED AFTER A. DONISH Gavkhar Durdieva, senior researcher, KHOREZM MAMUN ACADEMY On International Women’s Day, we wish to show gratitude and appreciation… Read More
Application of digital heritage documentation for condition assessments and monitoring change in Uzbekistan
Open Access article published in ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences on work at Khiva and Bukhara, Uzbekistan.