Architectural records, inventories and information systems for conservation

ICCROM [] will be holding this course in Rome between
March 30th and April 29th 2005. The course is jointly offered by ICCROM
and the Getty Conservation Institute.This architectural conservation course will be based on cases and
experience drawing upon the vast wealth of cultural material that the
city of Rome and other cases offer for the advanced study of
conservation issues.

Applications are invited from conservators, architects, planners,
engineers, archaelogists, historians, topographers, photogrammetrists,
surveyors, cartographers, restorers, documentalists and other
conservation professional involved in the field of recording,
documentation and inventories throigh information management systems.

I hope that you will help to find the right type of application for this
very important course.

Ray Bondin
CIVVIH President

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