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Conserving and managing mosaics in Libya (CaMMiL): The final project review

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William T. Wootton, Alaa El-Habashi, John D. Stewart, Hafed Walda

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)103-113
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2015

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This is a review of a project aimed at assisting the Libyan Department of Archaeology with the conservation and management of their mosaic heritage. Over the course of a year we undertook an evaluation trip along the coast of Libya and then put on two workshops for the Department's staff to help build capacity. The workshops disseminated complementary content on the protection of mosaics and their management to two different contingents: managers and technicians. The teaching was intended to empower Libyans by giving them the confidence to make simple and sound decisions, and to encourage them to join more formal training courses run by major international organisations. The project was a collaboration with the Department and was supported by the Getty Foundation, King's College London and the Society for Libyan Studies.

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