Volume 6 (2016)

 

EDITORIAL


RESEARCH -  RECYCLING AND REUSE IN THE MIDDLE AGES

R. Fleming The ritual recycling of Roman building material in late 4th- and early 5th-century Britain

S. Paynter, C. Jackson Re-used Roman rubbish: a thousand years of recycling glass

A. Sebastiani Glass and metal production at Alberese. The workshops at the manufacturing district of Spolverino

F.-D. Deltenre, L. Orlandi «Rien ne se perd, rien ne se crée, tout se transforme». Transformation and manufacturing in the Late Roman villa of Aiano-Torraccia di Chiusi (5th-7th cent. AD)

S. Bertoldi Santa Cristina in Caio (Buonconvento, Si): productive reuse during the Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages

C. Fernández-Ochoa, F. Gil Sendino, J. Salido La actividad metalúrgica en el yacimiento Veranes (Gijón, España): de la villa romana al asentamiento tardoantiguo y altomedieval


BEYOND THE THEME

F. Curta Postcards from Maurilia, or the historiography of the dark-age cities of Byzantium

M. Asolati Trasparenze ponderali: contrappesi monetali di vetro nell’Anatolia bizantina


DOSSIER - WORLD HERITAGE AND THE PUBLIC

M. Díaz-Andreu Social values and the participation of local communities in World Heritage: a dream too far?

Q. Gao Social values and archaeological heritage: an ethnographic study of the Daming Palace archaeological site (China) PCA 2016 AWARD_OPEN ACCESS

G. Alexopoulos, K. Fouseki Gender exclusion and local values versus universal cultural heritage significance: the Avaton debate on the monastic community of Mount Athos

T.S. Guttormsen, J. Taylor, G. Swensen Heritage values conceptualised as heritage routes. Visions and challenges towards public diversity

M. Maluck Spatial planning as a way to stakeholder involvement in cultural heritage management. Examples from Northern Europe

D. Rodwell Community values vs World Heritage values: bridging the gap

G.P. Brogiolo The UNESCO network “The Longobards in Italy. The Places of Power (568-774 A.D.)” and the Brescia case


RETROSPECT

N.I. Platonova Problems of early medieval Slavonic Archaeology in Russia (a view from St. Petersburg)


PROJECT

M. Valenti “We invest in Public Archaeology”. The Poggibonsi Archaeodrome project: an alliance between people, Municipality and University (OPEN ACCESS)


REVIEWS