Conservation of Living Religious Heritage
by H. Stovel, N. Stanley-Price, R. Killick
Publisher: ICCROM 2005
Number of pages: 121
Modern conservation philosophy is rooted in contemporary secular values. Perhaps the most important issue arising in this volume is the conflict that can arise between the traditional values of a religious community and the goals of modern conservation.
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