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Castellan’s handbook: Methodology concerning due management of historical landmarks opened to public
Bidlasová, Lucie ; Bobek, Karel ; Bušta, Jaroslav ; Horyna, Tomáš ; Kadlec, Miloš ; Kunst, Lukáš ; Ryšavý, Radek ; Slavko, Pavel ; Weiss, Petr
The methodology is structured into separate chapters focusing on elementary topics of cultural property management. The preamble contains a short overview of historical development of historical landmark manager with international excursus and key words dictionary that would be appreciated by beginners unaware of the professional vocabulary. Main topics of management are: 1) Property management within the technical, organizational, economical and legal meaning. The subchapters formulate individual segments of various activities such as cultural and administrative assets evidence, employment relations, bookkeeping and budgeting. 2) Property safeguarding from securing it against theft to monitoring the artefacts microclimatic conditions. 3) Rehabilitation and maintenance of entrusted property especially emphasizing the realization of preventive solutions and providing a day-to-day care that results in continuity of historical values, methods and authenticity and in the end also significantly decreases the cost of maintaining the physical essence of the monument. 4) Presentation of cultural values to public, transmission of research outcomes and strengthening the cultural identity of society towards its history and values. The end of the text includes a crucial chapter focusing on planning and formulating of visions and conceptions of maintenance of concrete heritage areas. This part is extremely crucial as it is often overlooked. Sometimes from intellectual reasons but usually from a lack of time that is dedicated to operative solutions of concrete problems without an overall conception. These partial solutions are isolated with no linkup between them. The methodology urges the mangers to focus on conceptual activities and planning that will pay off in a long run.
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Interdisciplinary research of medieval sacral architecture
Derner, Kryštof ; Havrlant, Jaroslav ; Křivánek, Roman ; Kuljavceva Hlavová, Jana ; Lissek, Petr ; Peksa, Vojtěch ; Skopec, Jaroslav ; Václavík, František R. ; Witan, Joanna ; Zeman, Václav
The methodology is divided into three basic areas of the cognitive process of sacral architecture, which differ according to the nature of the studied sources. I. Problems of knowledge of sacral architecture on the basis of written, cartographic and pictorial sources. II. Sacral architecture in terms of material sources of archaeological nature (artifacts, ecofacts and their finds). III. Sacral architecture on the basis of material sources of a building nature, examined by a building historical survey. These areas are accompanied by subchapters devoted to other methods, other cognitive and documentation processes. A necessary part are also small excursion chapters, in which specific examples from research practice are described.
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Sepulchral monuments in the heritage conservation practice
Roháček, Jan ; Müller, Karel ; Chlíbec, Jan ; Slavík, Jiří
The methodology book pioneers in presenting the forms and evolution of Christian sepulchral monuments dated from the Middle Ages to the 20th century, their decoration and epigraphic suit. The main part of the methodology book consists of chapters on recording, documentation, preservation and presentation of sepulchral monuments. The chapters on epigraphic and heraldic accessories are aimed to be directly used as sources for sepulchral monuments' recording. A lot of attention is paid to managing records of the monuments in the environment of the heritage conservation integrated information system.
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"Gentlemen, please, take of your hats": Methods of dating and interpretation of photographies from years 1850–1918 through historical mens fashion
Polách, Radek
„GENTLEMEN, PLEASE, TAKE OFF YOUR HATS“ – Methods of dating and interpretation of photographies from years 1850-1918 through historical mens fashion is compacted material for professional description of historical photographic material from noblemens collection funds based on basic knowledge of mens and partially child fashion, and related clothing accessories. In its entirety it brings a large amount of knowledge from history of the then mens fashion, which was after the downfall of the Austro-Hungarian empire overlooked or presented only in narrowly specialized sections, e.g. in the military section. A large part of this publication is based not only on the knowledge of description of mens clothing, but mainly of headwear. It is this clothing accessory that is pivotal to the observed era, and with a closer look, it can help accurately date and describe people captured on historical photographs. It is primarily meant for the specialized staff of memory institutions of Czech Republic, who deal with these given issues. At the same though, it can allow curators and owners of historical funds a way to describe collections of exhibits that are kept in their collection funds.
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Documentation of the historical buildings for hops processing: thematic survey of hop dryers
Podroužek, Kamil ; Eismann, Šimon ; Horák, Jan ; Kaláb, Jiří ; Papoušek, Miroslav ; Kuprová, Renata ; Radová, Lucie ; Skalický, David ; Švec, Roman
The main focus of this project NAKI DG16P02B021 Documentation of the historical buildings for hops processing was to perform a basic documentation of the historical buildings for hops processing. These buildings are part of architectual assets bound to the specific natural conditions occuring only in some regions. These conditions constitute an important part of the urbanism of towns and cultural countriside. There has not been given any scientific attention to the development, function, constructions or the technological equipment used on these buildings. In addition, these buildings (except several) are not historically protected. With respect to size, these buildings are of a great financial burden to their owners and have lately been subject to a large scale of demolition. Out of more than 5500 of these buildings listed in the beginning of the 20th century in Zatec hops region itself only hundreds have been preserved. Hence, the documentation is the last possibility of recording these buildings for the future. As part of the basic documentation of the buildings, undoubtful identification, photo-documentation, the documentation of the specific contruction solutions, technological equipment and technological state of proving the hops processing, the land surveying, the construction measurements and sample collection for dendro-chronical dating of selected buildings was performed. The archive research was part of the study as well. Based on this evidence a special map and IISPP/GIS NPÚ based database was created. A highly easy-to-use system was created using sophisticated technology - phones with cameras and GPS modules, tablet PCs, remote network access to the external scanned document storage and remotely accessible GIS and MIS map databases. This system enables operational field documentation and based on this experience a methodology was created that describes the use of this widlely available technology in basic field architectural documentation.
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Metodika hodnocení a ochrany průmyslového dědictví z pohledu památkové péče
Matěj, Miloš ; Ryšková, Michaela
Metodika řeší způsob hodnocení a ochrany průmyslového dědictví z pohledu památkové péče.
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