Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Heritage

This book presents research efforts in the field of heritage. According to the principle “Open Minds-Open Science”, the approach of the researchers helps us to define, establish and affirm heritage in the cultural, social and political dimension of today’s world based on what we have achieved and be specific to the realities of the 21st century. Cultural heritage is made up of many big and small things. It is preserved through books, artifacts, objects, images, photographs, art and oral tradition. Sometimes we can touch and see what a culture is, other times it is intangible. From this point of view, this book, Heritage, is transdisciplinary, and contains the most diverse topics related to culture, art, nature, science, diplomacy and cultural policy.

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HeritageEdited by Daniela Turcanu-Carutiu

Published: September 9th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73475

ISBN: 978-1-83881-925-5

Print ISBN: 978-1-83881-924-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83881-926-2

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Significance in African Heritage

By Herman Ogoti Kiriama and Edith Nyangara Onkoba

61

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2. Cultural Heritage Objects of Southern Benin: Plant Dyes and Exudates Used in Their Confection

By Louis Fagbohoun and Cathy Vieillescazes

66

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3. Promoting Territorial Cultural Systems through Urban Planning

By Francesco Rotondo

86

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4. Historic Masonry

By Noemi Graciela Maldonado, Pablo Martín, Gerardo González del Solar and María Domizio

359

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5. Cultural Heritage of a Three Centuries Old Wooden Church

By Patricia Săsăran, Ancuța Țenter and Lorelay-Diana Jianu

75

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6. Tropaeum Augusti (France) and Tropaeum Traiani (Romania): A Comparative Study

By Alexandru Ș. Bologa and Ana-Maria Grămescu

99

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7. What Does the Mass Accumulation of 100 Late Pleistocene Fallow Deer Skeletons (Dama geiselana) and Red Deer Skeletons (Cervus elaphus) from Neumark-Nord Reveal about the Cause of Death?

By Thekla Pfeiffer-Deml

83

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8. Thanking in Cameroon French

By Bernard Mulo Farenkia

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9. Research on Works of Historian Virgil Drăghiceanu Discovered in the Archives of Romania’s Historical Monuments Commission

By Florentina Udrea-Manea and Gheorghe Carutiu

62

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10. Research of the Musical Folklore From Maramureș: Chioar Area

By Uță Larisa-Vasilica

114

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11. A Survey of Physical Parameters and Natural Radioactivity in the Wooden Church of “Archangels Mihail and Gavril,” Draghia

By Ancuţa Ţenter, Marin Cotețiu, Alexandra Cucoş, Bety Burghele, Kinga Szacsvai and Verginica Schroder

77

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12. Technical - Experimental Methods Used in Artworks’ Expertise

By Verginica Schröder, Daniela Turcanu-Carutiu, Adina Honcea, Rodica-Mariana Ion, Sorin Grigore and Loreley-Dana Jianu

99

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13. Biotechnology and Cultural Heritage Conservation

By Franco Palla

97

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14. Automation of the Expertise of the Roman Mosaic Arts in Constanta: Analytical and Statistical Models for a Fuzzy Inference-Based System

By Silviu Ioniță and Daniela Ţurcanu-Caruțiu

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15. Ideological Interaction Theory in Critical Discourse Analysis

By Yadu Prasad Gyawali

63

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16. Public Governance and Cultural Heritage: Exploring the Links between Culture and Social Indicators with the Principal Component Analysis

By Ionela Munteanu Florea, Marioara Mirea and Cosmin Susu

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17. Public Diplomacy in Cross-Border Cooperation

By Oleg Tolstoguzov and Maria Pitukhina

47

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18. Public Diplomacy: Functions, Functional Boundaries and Measurement Methods

By Cao Wei

67

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19. China’s Use of Public Diplomacy in the United States: From World War II to the Twenty-First Century

By Sally Burt

64

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