Synonyms for arqueológicos or Related words with arqueológicos

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Examples of "arqueológicos"
José Fernandes Mascarenhas: 1978, "Alguns subsídios arqueológicos sobre a antiga cidade de Balsa", Por Terras do Algarve, Ed. , Lisboa
Luis Fraga da Silva: 2010, "Séries Temporais de Balsa. Da classificação de materiais arqueológicos à conjuntura socioeconómica do passado romano", Campo Arqueológico de Tavira, Tavira
Rodrigo Melo Franco de Andrade (1898–1969) was a Brazilian art critic and historian. He served as director of preservation of artistic patrimony of Brazil at the Ministry of Education. He is credited, among many similar discoveries, with reviving interest in Antônio Francisco Lisboa. He is the author of "Monumentos Históricos y Arqueológicos de Brasil" (Mexico, 1952).
The National Monuments of Mexico refers to the buildings and monuments that are protected heritage of the nation, and are declared as such in the "Registro Público de Monumentos y Zonas Arqueológicos e Históricos" maintained by the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia and the "Registro Público de Monumentos y Zonas Artísticos" maintained by the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura.
Calatrava la Vieja (formerly just "Calatrava") is a medieval site and original nucleus of the Order of Calatrava. It is now part of the Archaeological Parks ("Parques Arqueológicos") of the Community of Castile-La Mancha. Situated at "Carrión de Calatrava", Calatrava during the High Middle Ages was the only important city in the Guadiana River valley. It thus guarded the roads to Cordova and Toledo.
It was included in the "Programa de Valorização e Divulgação Turística: Itinerários Arqueológicos do Alentejo e Algarve" ("Touristic Valorization Program") in 1999, by the Ministry of Commerce and Tourism, and the Secretary-of-State for Culture. Consequently, in 2000, an interpretive centre, under the supervision of architect Fernando Galhano was constructed to support tourism, to be operated by the IPPR (later the Instituto Gestão do Patrimonio Arquitectónico e Arqueológico-IGESPAR).
A series of archaeological investigations began in 1963, under Manuel Farinha dos Santos, which continued in 1980, while a team of international investigators performed soundings in 1989. In 1999 it was included in the "Programa de Valorização e Divulgação Turística: Itinerários Arqueológicos do Alentejo e Algarve", under the Ministry of Commerce and Tourism, and Secretary-of-State of Culture in order to monetize the sight as a tourist pole. As a result, an interpretive centre was constructed from a local traditional building, then expanded, reopened in 2011 after new public works.
INAH and the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura are tasked with cataloging and protecting monuments and buildings regarded as cultural patrimony. INAH is entrusted with 'archaeological' (pre-Hispanic and paleontological) and 'historical' (post-Conquest 16th to 19th centuries) structures, zones and remnants, while INBAL is entrusted with 'artistic' buildings and monuments (properties that are of significant aesthetic value as deemed by a commission). Worthy edifices are catalogued in the "Registro Público de Monumentos y Zonas Arqueológicos e Históricos" (Public Register of Archeological and Historic Monuments and Zones).
Researching, documenting, and cultural and natural heritage preserving activities have taken him to be, in some moments, a member of the Sociedad Mexicana de Geografía y Estadística; the Asociación Mexicana de Mastozoología; the Sociedad Mexicana de Historia de la Ciencia y la Tecnología; the National Cave Rescue Commission of the National Speleological Society; the Society for American Archaeology; and the Comité Asesor para la Conservación de Materiales Arqueológicos de Santuarios Incaicos de Altura. He is, also a member of the Consejo Asesor Académico del Parque Nacional Izta-Popo, Zoquiapan.
To try and stop this process various other laws and declarations have been applied to the areas including declaring et a Zona Ecological y Cultural of Mexico City in 1999 and putting under the Ley Federal sobre Monumentos y Zonas Arqueológicos, Artísticos e Históricos in 2007. However, these efforts have not been sufficient to guarantee the preservation of the park. As of 2009, there were about 180 families inside the park proper. The 2007 effort made the park and some areas outside an archeological zone under INAH, but the agency has not acted to move those living within the area. Instead it only requires that buildings be no more than two stories tall and to be notified before any major excavation so that salvage operations can be done. One last effort to stop encroachment, especially in the major archeological areas as been two stretches of border wall, the last constructed in 2009.
Chapman wrote on many important anthropologic issues; possibly her most important work concerning the Fuegians was "Drama and Power in a Hunting Society: The Selk’nam of Tierra del Fuego" (1981). She also wrote "La Isla de los Estados en la prehistoria: Primeros datos arqueológicos" (1987, Buenos Aires), "El Fin de Un Mundo: Los Selk'nam de Tierra del Fuego"' (1990, Buenos Aires), and three chapters listed in "Cap Horn 1882-1883: Rencontre avec les Indiens Yahgan" (1995, Paris), which contains many photographs taken by members of the French expedition to Cape Horn (1882-83) that are among the best of the Yahgans; ten of the Alakaluf in 1881 of the eleven who were kidnapped and taken to Paris and other European cities; and six of the last Yahgans she took in 1964 and 1987.
Holtun has been mapped three times since the first reconnaissance in 1994. The first version of the map was created in 1994 as part of the first approaching to the site. The first survey reported 86 structures which were organized in four groups named with the literals A, B, C and D. The second map was created by the "Proyecto de Sitios Arqueológicos de Petén" (PROSIAPETEN). It was a revision of the original map which resulted in the identification of 115 structures organized in 14 major groups. The third map version was created by the Holtun Archaeological Project, which began the research in 2010. The project have been supported by the Department of Anthropology of Southern Methodist University . The map has been updated over three different mapping season, with the result of more than 200 structures identified and more than 27 chultuns.
He has led expeditions to the most important tops and chasm in Mexico, the Amazon, the Andes, the Polynesian, the Alps, Cuba, the Cascade Range, the Atacama Desert and the Galapagos Islands. Due to his research and documentation experience, he has been professor-researcher in the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, has taught, too, in Universidad del Tepeyac del Valle de México, Universidad Iberoamericana and Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia. Furthermore, he was invited as a teacher by the Universidad Nacional de Salta, in Argentina. He was vice president of the Unión Mexicana de Agrupaciones Espeleológicas (2002-2004). In 2007 he was co-director of the Subaquatic Archaeological Project in the Nevado de Toluca volcano. Now he is adjudicating to Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia and Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla. Moreover, he is an honorary member of the Comité Asesor para la Conservación de Materiales Arqueológicos de Santuarios Incaicos de Altura in Argentina, and member force of the CONACYT assesors’ registration.