El Patrimonio Arqueológico. Memoria para el futuro

XV Basque Studies Congress: Donostia-Baiona 2001. SBasque Science and culture and computer networks

Baldeón Iñigo, Amelia

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Donostia-San Sebastián

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Throughout history, various human groups have repeatedly occupied the same spaces, leaving behind data on their presence. All of such data "material and immaterial goods" constitute a heritage, which when recovered, following an archaeological methodology, we designate Archaeological Heritage. The Archaeological Heritage is the collective memory of society,it is part of the present and it increases with new contributions. But it is also finite and not renewable and sometimes its interestis in conflict with projects for the future. The social incidence of the Archaeological Heritage, legislation and sustainable management will allow for its use, consolidating it as a cultural element and a firstclass economic resource.
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