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Historic sites--Reconstruction

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    • Reconstruction of historic sites
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    • found: Work cat: 2018013720: Reconstructing historic landmarks, 2018:ECIP data view (proponents of each site are given voice to address their need to remake these landmarks) galley (discussion of historic reconstructions must acknowledge a range of variables; most complex issue is authenticity; this may involve buildings or larger element)
    • found: A&AT, Mar. 20, 2018(reconstructions (visual works); drawings, computer models, or works in other media that propose how something may have looked at a previous time, and for full-scale new objects or structures based on historical, archaeological, or other similar evidence)
    • found: America: History and life, Mar. 20, 2018(Subject terms: Historic sites; Historic preservation; Authenticity (Philosophy); Keywords: Restorations)
    • found: Avery index online, Mar. 20, 2018(Subjects: Historic preservation; Historic sites--Reconstruction; Ruins--Reconstruction; Reconstruction)
    • found: Dict. arch. and landscape arch., 2006(Reconstruction: rebuilding of structures and their contiguous areas, as distinct from preservation; modernists reject reconstruction out of hand)
    • found: Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the treatment of historic properties (via Internet), 2017 revision:p. 235, etc. (Reconstruction: reconstruction is defined as the act or process of depicting, by means of new construction, the form, features, and detailing of a non-surviving site, landscape, building, structure, or object for the purpose of replicating its appearance at a specific period of time and in its historic location; a contemporary re-creation)
    • found: UNESCO Courier (via Internet), July-Sept. 2017(destruction of cultural heritage brings into focus the question of whether or not to reconstruct significant places as a means of recovering their meaning; example in colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, where 350 buildings were reconstructed in the 1930s and others from later periods were destroyed in an attempt to create an interpretative park to eighteenth-century colonial America)
    • notfound: Grove art online, Mar. 20, 2018
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    • 2018-03-20: new
    • 2018-07-13: revised
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