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us: Archaeological integrity


  • Here are entered works on the measurement of the unimpaired condition of archaeological sites or objects. Works on the measurement of historical importance of archaeological sites or objects are entered under [Archaeological significance.]
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    • us: Archaeological site integrity
    • us: Integrity, Archaeological
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    • found: Work cat.: Dampf, S.K. The Sunrise Ridge Borrow Pit site 45PI408) : subsurface reconnaissance for a significance evaluation, 2002: leaf 1 (A historic site or property is considered significant if it possesses integrity and ...)
    • found: Smith N.J. Toward a scientific approach to significance assessments of prehistoric archaeological properties at Mount Rainier National Park, 2003: leaf 4 (To be eligible for protection ... the archaeological property must also possess integrity .... The National Register bulletin ... defines integrity as "the ability of a property to convey its significance." ...)
    • found: King, T.F. Cultural resource laws & practice, 2008: p. 93 ("The regulations refer to "integrity of location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association." One can go into great detail about what this means, but the bottom line is that the place can't be so screwed up that it no longer contains or exhibits whatever made it significant in the first place.")
    • found: 36 CFR 60.4 via WWW, Dec. 14, 2012: [dated Sunday July 1 2012] p. 335 (National Register criteria for evaluation. The quality of significance in American ... archeology ... is present in ... sites buildings structures and objects that possess integrity ...)
    • found: Orvald, T.O. Data potential of the Bishop Springs archaeological deposit central Washington, 2003: leaf iii Abstract (Determination of scientific significance and integrity evaluation for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places ...)
    • found: Department of Defense web site, May 23, 2013 (PDF: Integrating Military Training and Archaeological Site Integrity: A Data Analysis Approach, dated Feb. 9, 2011)
    • notfound: Darvill, T.C. Concise Oxford dictionary of archaeology, 2nd ed., 2008 via WWW, April 12 2012
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    • Here are entered works on the measurement of the unimpaired condition of archaeological sites or objects. Works on the measurement of historical importance of archaeological sites or objects are entered under [Archaeological significance.]
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    • Note under [Archaeological significance]
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    • 2013-05-05: new
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