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A common cultural heritage
|Other titles||Studies on Mesopotamia and the Biblical World in Honor of Barry L. Eichler|
|Statement||edited by Grant Frame ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Eichler, Barry L.|
|LC Classifications||BS1171.3 .C65 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011034292|
vi CULTURAL HERITAGE AND THE LAW Introduction T his book on legal frameworks on immovable cultural heritage in English-speaking sub-Saharan Africa is an attempt to document and analyse the existing legal frameworks in the English-speaking African countries, addressing the history, development and contexts in which they were. Langan’s Book Mark: 4/4 stars bridge the gap between the values of a minority and the life of the common people. Culture was unable ‘to be a guarantor of social order and moral conduct.
Cultural heritage is made up of many things large and small. We can see it in the buildings, townscapes, and even in archaeological remains. Culture can be perceived through natural sources as well: the agriculture and landscapes associated with it. It is preserved through books, artifacts, objects, pictures, photographs, art, and oral tradition. Moreover, cultural heritage is not only limited to material objects that we can see and touch. It also consists of immaterial elements: traditions, oral history, performing arts, social practices, traditional craftsmanship, representations, rituals, knowledge and skills transmitted from generation to generation within a community.
It is possible -to com ment upon custom, convention, and continuity; but not for books to create those social and cultural essences. Society brings forth books; books do not bring forth. Cultural Heritage. Cultural heritage includes: cultures, customs, beliefs, rites, rituals, ceremonies, indigenous knowledge, social customs and traditions, arts, crafts, music, political and ideological beliefs that influence culture and behavior, history, practices concerning the natural environment, religious and scientific traditions, language, sports, food and drink, calendars, traditional.
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Common Cultural Heritage. 56 likes 14 talking about this. Project Common Cultural Heritage is a joint activity of the Foundation AKTYWNI XXI, Poland, LUTE, Włochy oraz UCLM, Spain. Founded by Followers: A Common Cultural Heritage: Studies on Mesopotamia and the Biblical World in Honor of Barry L.
Eichler Grant Frame Pennsylvania State University Press, - History - pages. A Common Cultural Heritage. Studies on Mesopotamia and the Biblical World in Honor of Barry L. Eichler. Edited by Grant Frame, Erle Leichty, Karen Sonik, Jeffrey H.
Tigay, and Steve Tinney. Contains six essays on Near Eastern and biblical law, as well as essays on biblical and Mesopotamian literature, history, religion, divination, slavery, and.
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2 D. Lowenthal, The Heritage Crusade and the Spoils of History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press ; 3 In distinguishing heritage from history, David Lowenthal has influentially argued that the former is a ‘celebration’ of the past. 2 But one need only think of the heritage of slavery to note that we should not assume that one’s cultural heritage is always, or even usually, celebrated.Heritage is our legacy from the past, what we live with today, and what we pass on to future generations.
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