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Innovation and implementation, critical reflections on new approaches to historic mortuary data collection, analysis, and dissemination, edited by Richard Veit and Harold Mytum

Summary
"Providing a comprehensive set of guidance to assist researchers wishing to carry out, curate and disseminate field research at a historic burial ground, chapters offer up to date methods for surface and subsurface survey and for the recording and archiving of burial monument data. Divided into three parts considering documentary research and recording of mortuary landscapes, reflections on memorial recording projects, and archiving and wider dissemination of data and interpretations. Also included is the archaeological potential of pet cemeteries and other pet memorials. Discussions therefore include how methodologies may or may not be applicable to both human and animal subjects"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Innovation and Implementation -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part I - Exploring Surface, Subsurface, and Documentary Evidence -- Chapter 1 - Applying Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) to Record and Interpret Mortuary Monuments -- Chapter 2 - Uncovering History at Washington Monumental Cemetery: Ground-Penetrating Radar and Victims of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic -- Chapter 4 - Who Lies Where? A Land and Air-Based Survey Methodology for Documenting Historic Cemeteries -- Part II - Field Recording of Monuments and Burial Ground Management -- Chapter 5 - Revisiting Historic Bural Grounds -- Chapter 6 - An International Mortuary Monument Recording System: From Site Analysis to International Comparative Studies -- Chapter 7 - "As Old as Pompeii or Herculaneum": Kolkata, India's South Park Street Cemetery, an Example of Rapid Recording -- Chapter 8 - Standing for Sacred Spaces: NC Department of Natural and Cultural Resources and the African American Cemetery Project -- Chapter 9 - Mourning and Remembering: Mortuary Monuments and Graves for Horses in Finland -- Chapter 10 - Preserving the Rainbow Bridge: A Guide to Recording Pet Cemeteries -- Part III - Archiving and Dissemination -- Chapter 11 - Discovering England's Burial Spaces: Digital Archives and Their Potential for Burial Space Research -- Chapter 12 - The Cemetery Surveyor Application: Non-Paper Data-Collection Methods in Luxembourg Burial Grounds -- Chapter 13 - A Website for St. James' Cemetery, Liverpool: Demonstrating the Value of Material Culture in the Dissemination of Cemetery Data Online -- Chapter 14 - Burial Ground Recording and Analysis: Where Next? -- Index
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Edition
1st ed.
Physical Description
1 online resource (287 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781805390466

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