Israeli and Palestinian Archaeological Inventories, GIS and Conflicting Cultures in the Occupied West BankEffective protection and management of cultural heritage resources in a specific region requires planning strategies and policies, which rely on the sum of existing information about archaeology and cultural heritage. The role of archaeological inventories in the process of heritage management is, therefore, central and critical, as they are supposed...
Multiple inventories and divided archaeology in the West Bank: An assessment of databases in the Etzion BlocThis paper presents and discusses an assessment of the scope, priorities, and coverage of existing archaeological datasets, via database comparison and on-the-ground re-survey of all accessible known sites in one region of the West Bank, the Etzion Bloc. The main goal of this survey was to assess the current inventories...
The West Bank and East Jerusalem Archaeological Database: Narratives of Archaeology and Archaeological PracticesSince their occupation in 1967, the West Bank and East Jerusalem have been subject to extensive archaeological surveys and excavations, carried out mostly by Israeli archaeologists. Data on thousands of surveyed and excavated archaeological sites has been compiled into one comprehensive source of information, the West Bank and East Jerusalem...