Diversity and Taxonomy in Cultural Heritage
Myridis, N. E.
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The discipline of Cultural Heritage is nowadays developing very well. Moreover, the field of Cultural Heritage Preservation is also developing well. The necessity of well-organized taxonomy and classification now seems to be an outstanding significant topic. The scope of this paper regards such taxonomy; more precisely, it proposes this kind of taxonomy. The final products of this paper are the Diagram of Cultural Heritage & its Preservation and the Universal Cultural Heritage & Preservation Classification (UCH&PC). The Cultural Taxonomy proposed here is expected to offer additive features of significant value (as for instance order, efficacy, clarification, simplicity, supervision etc.) distributed all over the individual fields of Cultural Heritage. The products of this paper are the innovative outcomes of a multifaceted research endeavor.
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