Selection, retention and dispersal of archaeological collections guidelines for use in England, Wales and Northern Ireland by Society of Museum Archaeologists.

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The retention and disposal process Each museum has its own procedures and protocols for the disposal of archaeological material, informed by the Museums Association code of ethics and other industry guidelines.

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To obviate the need for disposal - at least in the short term - person(s) depositing an archive are asked to pay. SELECTION, RETENTION AND DISPERSAL Retention and dispersal rationale Human remains Following the retrieval of archaeological data it is essential that an ordered archive the major collections from the county of Lincolnshire.

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Occasional Paper Nos.1 and 2 Society of Museum Archaeologists Selection, retention and dispersal of archaeological collections. Curation of archeological collections has gradually increased in importance to the profession. The passage of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA) in helped define and prioritize curation once again as an essential aspect of planning and implementing archeological projects.

Due to ongoing, intensive collections care activities, there is currently a moratorium on loans of archaeological collections.

In addition, as per the Archaeological Collections Policy, those collections undergoing curatorial remediation and rehabilitation retention and dispersal of archaeological collections book be inaccessible to researchers until the remediation process is complete.

The selection process may be based on a mathematical probability theory, a regularized pattern, or existing knowledge of data patterning. Scope of Collections: A repository planning document that details the extent of its collections, including what it may acquire in the future to fulfill its mission.

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archaeological sites are covered here: iron, copper, lead, silver, gold and their is some mention of modern metals, which are rarely found in the archaeological record at present but which will become a larger part of archaeological collections in the future.

It does not cover artefacts from marine contexts or historic. • Experience with cataloging, collections documentation, and determinations of cultural affiliations for archaeological objects; • Must be able to meet the physical demands of the position on a continual basis with or without reasonable accommodations including climbing ladders, lifting heavy objects, pushing and pulling heavily loaded.

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Archaeological Dating File Size: KB.The museum charges for the deposition of archaeological project archives. For complete details of our charging policy, see section of our Archaeological Archive Deposition Guidelines.

The charges for the / financial year are: 'Full size' bulk finds boxes (including skeleton boxes) - £ including VAT.

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