Archaeology versus Urban Development in Cartagena
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Fecha de publicación2015-07
EditorialGlobal Science and Technology Forum
Cita bibliográficaSEGADO VÁZQUEZ, Francisco Enrique MACIÁ ALBENDÍN,José Manuel. Archaeology versus Urban Development in Cartagena. En: GSTF Journal of Engineering Technology, (JET), 2015, vol.3, n. 2, 64-71 p. ISSN: 2251-371X
Archaeology has taught us what our origins are, but frequently it works in an independent way, avoiding any kind of collaboration with other disciplines such as Urban Development. Most often, archaeologists, managed by different government bodies, tend to work independently of urban planners. This system has led to archeologists getting the recognition for their discoveries while at the same time depriving society of the knowledge of the cities origin. As a consequence, urban development cannot fulfill its role. The fact that archeological and urban development projects are carried out separately is the main reason for the absence of any relationship between current town planning in the cities and old and buried urban planning. As a result, society is the loser in a battle in which there are no winners. In Cartagena (Spain), Pedro A. San Martín (1921-2013), an architect, a member of the Department of Fine Arts of the Ministry of Culture, Local commissioner of Archaeological Excavations ...
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