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Documenting the Cultural Heritage
Bibliography
Architectural Heritage: Inventory and Documentation Methods in Europe. Proceedings of a European colloquy organized by the Council of Europe and the French Ministry for Education and Culture—Direction du patrimoine, Nantes, October 28–31, 1992. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 1993.

Architectural Heritage, New Technologies in Documentation. Proceedings of a roundtable organised by the Council of Europe and the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England, London, November 7–10, 1989. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 1990.

Askerud, P. and Clément, E. Preventing the Illicit Traffic in Cultural Property: A Resource Handbook for the Implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention. Paris: UNESCO, 1997.

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Convention for the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage of Europe (revised), Valletta, 16.I.1992, Council of Europe Treaties ETS No. 143.

Core Data Index to Historic Buildings and Monuments of the Architectural Heritage. Recommendation R (95) 3 of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe to member states on co-ordinating documentation methods and systems related to historic buildings and monuments of the architectural heritage. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 1995.

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Handbook of Standards, Documenting African Collections. Paris: International Council of Museums, 1996.

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Humanities Data Dictionary of the Canadian Heritage Information Network. Ottawa: Canadian Heritage Information Network, 1993.

International Guidelines for Museum Object Information: The CIDOC Information Categories. Paris: International Council of Museums, 1995.

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Minimum Categories for Museum Objects: Proposed Guidelines for an International Standard. Paris: International Council of Museums, 1994.

Normes Documentaires (Archéologie)/ Data Standards (Archaeology). International Council of Museums, International Committee for Documentation (CIDOC), unpublished.

Porter, V. and Thornes, R. A Guide to the Description of Architectural Drawings. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1994.

Protecting Cultural Objects in the Global Information Society (video). Santa Monica: Getty Information Institute, 1996.

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Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England and the Association of County Archaeological Officers. Recording England’s Past: A Data Standard for the Extended National Archaeological Record. London: RCHME, 1993.

Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England and English Heritage. Thesaurus of Monument Types: A Standard for Use in Archaeological and Architectural Records. Swindon: RCHME, 1995.

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Thornes, R. Protecting Cultural Objects in the Global Information Society: The Making of Object ID. Santa Monica: Getty Information Institute, 1997.


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