Fondazioni:Archeologia

Ordina per: Ragione Sociale
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Albanian Heritage is a non-governmental organization that engages in not-for-profit activities.

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Conservazione, valorizzazione e fruibilità Patrimonio Culturale

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The Bradshaw Foundation website on anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology, archeological history, ancient history, ancient civilisations, rock art and rock carvings.

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The Butrint Foundation was founded by Lord Rothschild and Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover in 1993 for the conservation and preservation of the ancient city of Butrint and its hinterland, situated in modern day Albania. Its principal objective is “to restore, preserve and develop the Butrint site… in southern Albania for the benefit of the public generally”.

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Public non-profit heritage preservation organization. Learn about Chicora’s programs in archaeological and Historic preservation and education for museums, archives, libraries, historic organizations and private citizens.

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Foundation for Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies provides research funds and Pre-Columbian educational resources: Images

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Albanian culture heritage

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The Southeast Archeological Center continues a thirty-year tradition within the National Park Service of archeological research, collections management, and technical support for national park units, as well as interagency assistance and public outreach.

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Archaeologists call it “The Greater Southwest.” The geographic boundaries have never been precisely delineated, but an ‘old saw’ suggests that the region runs from Durango Colorado to Durango Mexico, and from Las Vegas Nevada to Las Vegas New Mexico

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The St Eustatius Center for Archaeological Research was formed as a not-for-profit research group under the St. Eustatius Historical Foundation. It provides opportunities for those with an interest in historical archaeology to excavate on the island.