US/ICOMOS International SymposiumJohn C Hurd. B.Sc. Dip Cons. FIAAS.ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for the Study and Conservation ofEarthen Architectural Heritage.Personal Contact details:Email.firstname.lastname@example.org Mail: 3 Magdalen Close, North Lane, Swaby, Alford, Lincolnshire, UK.UK. Tel. 00441507 480 626.
Towards a Regime for the Sustainable, Ethical and Regionally MaintainableConservation, Presentation and Interpretation of Large Archaeological Sites onthe Ancient Silk Roads of Central Asia.Introduction
Across the world are hundreds of huge archaeological sites in a better or worse stateof preservation.This paper explores site interpretation at a very fundamental level. It will draw asketch of cultural conditions in the region which it covers, Central Asia, and describean attempt to achieve a strong didactic message, using a textural language and aregional protocol, to help with the definition of ‘separate places’.In terms of the topic of this Symposium, the paper explores, first impact.The speaker will draw from examples on the Silk Roads of Central Asia, Otrar Oasis,ancient ‘Farab’, in Kazakhstan, Sauran, 14/15
, Century city near Turkestan, andthree Cities in the Chui Valley in Kyrgyzstan, Krasnaya Rechka, ancient Navikat, AkBeshim, ancient Balasagun and Burana, ancient Suyab.
Otrar Tobe, Main Citadel. S. Kazakhstan