Die Burgenlandschaft zwischen Elbe und Königsau im Hoch- und Spätmittelalter
Edited By Oliver Auge
Vergessenes Burgenland Schleswig-Holstein – Die Perspektive der archäologischen Denkmalpflege
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Vergessenes Burgenland Schleswig-Holstein– Die Perspektive der archäologischen Denkmalpflege
Joachim Reichstein zum 75. Geburtstag
This contribution deals with medieval fortifications in Schleswig-Holstein, especially mottes, from the perspective of the State Archaeological Department. Since the late 19th century, Schleswig-Holstein has sought to protect its cultural heritage through different heritage acts. Nevertheless, it has been regarded as a task that mainly lies within the field of scientific research. Since 1923 it is centered on the archaeological survey incorporating until now close to 60.000 entries, 543 of which refer to medieval fortifications. Despite older traditions, the focus of the State Archaeological Department shifted from a research based approach to spatial planning oriented strategies. Furthermore, modern heritage management has developed into a trans-disciplinary working-field that tries to integrate public involvement apart from more traditional protection aims. Therefore, this paper will refer to research-historical and legal aspects, research aims as well as to the public reception of castle ruins as icons with symbolic value.
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