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  • Nuovo Regolamento di riorganizzazione del Ministero per i beni e le attività culturali - Archeologia Subacquea
    Ministero per i beni e le attività culturali By argouno Last Updated 19 Gennaio 2008 Con Decreto del Presidente della Repubblica del 26 novembre 2007 n 233 pubblicato in G U n 291 del 15 dicembre 2007 Supplemento Ordinario n 270 viene approvato il nuovo Regolamento di riorganizzazione del Ministero per i beni e le attivita culturali a norma dell articolo 1 comma 404 della legge 27 dicembre 2006 n

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  • Scheda di Segnalazione - Archeologia Subacquea
    Archeomar Archeologia Subacquea Archeologia Subacquea Archeologia Subacquea Archeologia Subacquea Scheda di Segnalazione By argouno Last Updated 19 Agosto 2007 Quale è il corretto comportamento in caso di ritrovamento archeologico Fermo restando che le attività di ricerca archeologica sono da ritenersi sempre e comunque sottoposte al controllo delle Istituzioni nel caso di un rinvenimento fortuito la legge prevede l obbligo di denuncia immediata associato all obbligo a non manomettere la cosa ritrovata lasciandola nelle condizioni e nel luogo dove è stata rinvenuta E quindi di estrema importanza una corretta segnalazione con metodologie scientifiche del ritrovamento effettuato possibilmente corredato da schizzi da fotografie o riprese video tali da consentire una precisa valutazione dei manufatti ritrovati E necessario evitare qualsiasi manomissione acquisendo tutti quei dati necessari al posizionamento dell area marina La segnalazione del ritrovamento archeologico va fatta alla locale Capitaneria di Porto alla stazione dei Carabinieri o alla Soprintendenza responsabile per territorio i cui recapiti si trovano su internet sul sito del Ministero dei Beni Culturali all indirizzo http www archeologia beniculturali it Esempio di scheda di segnalazione da utilizzare per la denuncia di un rinvenimento archeologico Scarica la scheda di segnalazione Joomla SEO powered by JoomSEF Archeologia Subacquea 2012 Ricordami Password

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  • Nuove regole per una nautica e una subacquea amiche dell'ambiente - Archeologia Subacquea
    corretti almeno all interno delle 26 aree marine protette italiane Gli appassionati del mare avranno infatti a disposizione due novità per orientarsi meglio un protocollo per regolamentare le attività subacquee e un protocollo per la nautica sostenibile file in formato pdf messi a punto dal ministero dell Ambiente e Tutela del Territorio e del Mare con tanto di bollino blu per gli scafi eco compatibili Le nuove regole applicabili da ora in avanti alla nautica permetteranno a determinate imbarcazioni provviste di tecnologie pulite di accedere alle aree marine protette soppiantando il vecchio criterio di accesso legato alla dimensione dello scafo Sul fronte della subacquea debutta invece il Codice etico che permetterà ai sub immersioni più rispettose dell ambiente e una fruizione maggiormente consapevole e rispettosa della biodiversità e dell ecosistema marino Entrambi i Protocolli elaborati in piena concertazione tra associazioni di categoria e associazioni e rappresentanti del mondo ambientalista contribuiranno ad avvicinare neofiti e appassionati di mare alle bellezze marine nel pieno rispetto del patrimonio italiano Tra i principali punti del decalogo del sub non danneggiare o prelevare reperti archeologici non uccidere danneggiare o prelevare organismi marini non effettuare esercitazioni subacquee nei siti vulnerabili o di particolare interesse naturalistico non

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  • Codice dei beni culturali e del paesaggio - Archeologia Subacquea
    Gazzetta Ufficiale numero 45 del 24 febbraio 2004 Supplemento Ordinario numero 28 abroga il Testo Unico delle disposizioni legislative in materia di Beni Culturali e Ambientali decreto legislativo n 490 del 1999 e il Regolamento recante disciplina delle alienazioni di beni immobili del demanio storico e artistico decreto del Presidente della Repubblica numero 283 del 2000 recepisce la definizione di paesaggio e alcuni dei principi inspiratori dell attività di tutela

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  • La Convenzione dell'UNESCO sulla Protezione del Patrimonio Culturale Subacqueo - Archeologia Subacquea
    have been agreed by the consulting States which include the Coordinating State unless the consulting States which include the Coordinating State agree that another State Party shall implement those measures b shall issue all necessary authorizations for such agreed measures in conformity with the Rules unless the consulting States which include the Coordinating State agree that another State Party shall issue those authorizations c may conduct any necessary preliminary research on the underwater cultural heritage and shall issue all necessary authorizations therefore and shall promptly inform the Director General of the results who in turn will make such information promptly available to other States Parties 6 In coordinating consultations taking measures conducting preliminary research and or issuing authorizations pursuant to this Article the Coordinating State shall act on behalf of the States Parties as a whole and not in its own interest Any such action shall not in itself constitute a basis for the assertion of any preferential or jurisdictional rights not provided for in international law including the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 7 Subject to the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 4 of this Article no activity directed at State vessels and aircraft shall be conducted without the agreement of the flag State and the collaboration of the Coordinating State Article 11 Reporting and notification in the Area 1 States Parties have a responsibility to protect underwater cultural heritage in the Area in conformity with this Convention and Article 149 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea Accordingly when a national or a vessel flying the flag of a State Party discovers or intends to engage in activities directed at underwater cultural heritage located in the Area that State Party shall require its national or the master of the vessel to report such discovery or activity to it 2 States Parties shall notify the Director General and the Secretary General of the International Seabed Authority of such discoveries or activities reported to them 3 The Director General shall promptly make available to all States Parties any such information supplied by States Parties 4 Any State Party may declare to the Director General its interest in being consulted on how to ensure the effective protection of that underwater cultural heritage Such declaration shall be based on a verifiable link to the underwater cultural heritage concerned particular regard being paid to the preferential rights of States of cultural historical or archaeological origin Article 12 Protection of underwater cultural heritage in the Area 1 No authorization shall be granted for any activity directed at underwater cultural heritage located in the Area except in conformity with the provisions of this Article 2 The Director General shall invite all States Parties which have declared an interest under Article 11 paragraph 4 to consult on how best to protect the underwater cultural heritage and to appoint a State Party to coordinate such consultations as the Coordinating State The Director General shall also invite the International Seabed Authority to participate in such consultations 3 All States Parties may take all practicable measures in conformity with this Convention if necessary prior to consultations to prevent any immediate danger to the underwater cultural heritage whether arising from human activity or any other cause including looting 4 The Coordinating State shall a implement measures of protection which have been agreed by the consulting States which include the Coordinating State unless the consulting States which include the Coordinating State agree that another State Party shall implement those measures and b issue all necessary authorizations for such agreed measures in conformity with this Convention unless the consulting States which include the Coordinating State agree that another State Party shall issue those authorizations 5 The Coordinating State may conduct any necessary preliminary research on the underwater cultural heritage and shall issue all necessary authorizations therefor and shall promptly inform the Director General of the results who in turn shall make such information available to other States Parties 6 In coordinating consultations taking measures conducting preliminary research and or issuing authorizations pursuant to this Article the Coordinating State shall act for the benefit of humanity as a whole on behalf of all States Parties Particular regard shall be paid to the preferential rights of States of cultural historical or archaeological origin in respect of the underwater cultural heritage concerned 7 No State Party shall undertake or authorize activities directed at State vessels and aircraft in the Area without the consent of the flag State Article 13 Sovereign immunity Warships and other government ships or military aircraft with sovereign immunity operated for non commercial purposes undertaking their normal mode of operations and not engaged in activities directed at underwater cultural heritage shall not be obliged to report discoveries of underwater cultural heritage under Articles 9 10 11 and 12 of this Convention However States Parties shall ensure by the adoption of appropriate measures not impairing the operations or operational capabilities of their warships or other government ships or military aircraft with sovereign immunity operated for non commercial purposes that they comply as far as is reasonable and practicable with Articles 9 10 11 and 12 of this Convention Article 14 Control of entry into the territory dealing and possession States Parties shall take measures to prevent the entry into their territory the dealing in or the possession of underwater cultural heritage illicitly exported and or recovered where recovery was contrary to this Convention Article 15 Non use of areas under the jurisdiction of States Parties States Parties shall take measures to prohibit the use of their territory including their maritime ports as well as artificial islands installations and structures under their exclusive jurisdiction or control in support of any activity directed at underwater cultural heritage which is not in conformity with this Convention Article 16 Measures relating to nationals and vessels States Parties shall take all practicable measures to ensure that their nationals and vessels flying their flag do not engage in any activity directed at underwater cultural heritage in a manner not in conformity with this Convention Article 17 Sanctions 1 Each State Party shall impose sanctions for violations of measures it has taken to implement this Convention 2 Sanctions applicable in respect of violations shall be adequate in severity to be effective in securing compliance with this Convention and to discourage violations wherever they occur and shall deprive offenders of the benefit deriving from their illegal activities 3 States Parties shall cooperate to ensure enforcement of sanctions imposed under this Article Article 18 Seizure and disposition of underwater cultural heritage 1 Each State Party shall take measures providing for the seizure of underwater cultural heritage in its territory that has been recovered in a manner not in conformity with this Convention 2 Each State Party shall record protect and take all reasonable measures to stabilize underwater cultural heritage seized under this Convention 3 Each State Party shall notify the Director General and any other State with a verifiable link especially a cultural historical or archaeological link to the underwater cultural heritage concerned of any seizure of underwater cultural heritage that it has made under this Convention 4 A State Party which has seized underwater cultural heritage shall ensure that its disposition be for the public benefit taking into account the need for conservation and research the need for reassembly of a dispersed collection the need for public access exhibition and education and the interests of any State with a verifiable link especially a cultural historical or archaeological link in respect of the underwater cultural heritage concerned Article 19 Cooperation and information sharing 1 States Parties shall cooperate and assist each other in the protection and management of underwater cultural heritage under this Convention including where practicable collaborating in the investigation excavation documentation conservation study and presentation of such heritage 2 To the extent compatible with the purposes of this Convention each State Party undertakes to share information with other States Parties concerning underwater cultural heritage including discovery of heritage location of heritage heritage excavated or recovered contrary to this Convention or otherwise in violation of international law pertinent scientific methodology and technology and legal developments relating to such heritage 3 Information shared between States Parties or between UNESCO and States Parties regarding the discovery or location of underwater cultural heritage shall to the extent compatible with their national legislation be kept confidential and reserved to competent authorities of States Parties as long as the disclosure of such information might endanger or otherwise put at risk the preservation of such underwater cultural heritage 4 Each State Party shall take all practicable measures to disseminate information including where feasible through appropriate international databases about underwater cultural heritage excavated or recovered contrary to this Convention or otherwise in violation of international law Article 20 Public awareness Each State Party shall take all practicable measures to raise public awareness regarding the value and significance of underwater cultural heritage and the importance of protecting it under this Convention Article 21 Training in underwater archaeology States Parties shall cooperate in the provision of training in underwater archaeology in techniques for the conservation of underwater cultural heritage and on agreed terms in the transfer of technology relating to underwater cultural heritage Article 22 Competent authorities 1 In order to ensure the proper implementation of this Convention States Parties shall establish competent authorities or reinforce the existing ones where appropriate with the aim of providing for the establishment maintenance and updating of an inventory of underwater cultural heritage the effective protection conservation presentation and management of underwater cultural heritage as well as research and education 2 States Parties shall communicate to the Director General the names and addresses of their competent authorities relating to underwater cultural heritage Article 23 Meetings of States Parties 1 The Director General shall convene a Meeting of States Parties within one year of the entry into force of this Convention and thereafter at least once every two years At the request of a majority of States Parties the Director General shall convene an Extraordinary Meeting of States Parties 2 The Meeting of States Parties shall decide on its functions and responsibilities 3 The Meeting of States Parties shall adopt its own Rules of Procedure 4 The Meeting of States Parties may establish a Scientific and Technical Advisory Body composed of experts nominated by the States Parties with due regard to the principle of equitable geographical distribution and the desirability of a gender balance 5 The Scientific and Technical Advisory Body shall appropriately assist the Meeting of States Parties in questions of a scientific or technical nature regarding the implementation of the Rules Article 24 Secretariat for this Convention 1 The Director General shall be responsible for the functions of the Secretariat for this Convention 2 The duties of the Secretariat shall include a organizing Meetings of States Parties as provided for in Article 23 paragraph 1 and b assisting States Parties in implementing the decisions of the Meetings of States Parties Article 25 Peaceful settlement of disputes 1 Any dispute between two or more States Parties concerning the interpretation or application of this Convention shall be subject to negotiations in good faith or other peaceful means of settlement of their own choice 2 If those negotiations do not settle the dispute within a reasonable period of time it may be submitted to UNESCO for mediation by agreement between the States Parties concerned 3 If mediation is not undertaken or if there is no settlement by mediation the provisions relating to the settlement of disputes set out in Part XV of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea apply mutatis mutandis to any dispute between States Parties to this Convention concerning the interpretation or application of this Convention whether or not they are also Parties to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 4 Any procedure chosen by a State Party to this Convention and to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea pursuant to Article 287 of the latter shall apply to the settlement of disputes under this Article unless that State Party when ratifying accepting approving or acceding to this Convention or at any time thereafter chooses another procedure pursuant to Article 287 for the purpose of the settlement of disputes arising out of this Convention 5 A State Party to this Convention which is not a Party to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea when ratifying accepting approving or acceding to this Convention or at any time thereafter shall be free to choose by means of a written declaration one or more of the means set out in Article 287 paragraph 1 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea for the purpose of settlement of disputes under this Article Article 287 shall apply to such a declaration as well as to any dispute to which such State is party which is not covered by a declaration in force For the purpose of conciliation and arbitration in accordance with Annexes V and VII of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea such State shall be entitled to nominate conciliators and arbitrators to be included in the lists referred to in Annex V Article 2 and Annex VII Article 2 for the settlement of disputes arising out of this Convention Article 26 Ratification acceptance approval or accession 1 This Convention shall be subject to ratification acceptance or approval by Member States of UNESCO 2 This Convention shall be subject to accession a by States that are not members of UNESCO but are members of the United Nations or of a specialized agency within the United Nations system or of the International Atomic Energy Agency as well as by States Parties to the Statute of the International Court of Justice and any other State invited to accede to this Convention by the General Conference of UNESCO b by territories which enjoy full internal self government recognized as such by the United Nations but have not attained full independence in accordance with General Assembly resolution 1514 XV and which have competence over the matters governed by this Convention including the competence to enter into treaties in respect of those matters 3 The instruments of ratification acceptance approval or accession shall be deposited with the Director General Article 27 Entry into force This Convention shall enter into force three months after the date of the deposit of the twentieth instrument referred to in Article 26 but solely with respect to the twenty States or territories that have so deposited their instruments It shall enter into force for each other State or territory three months after the date on which that State or territory has deposited its instrument Article 28 Declaration as to inland waters When ratifying accepting approving or acceding to this Convention or at any time thereafter any State or territory may declare that the Rules shall apply to inland waters not of a maritime character Article 29 Limitations to geographical scope At the time of ratifying accepting approving or acceding to this Convention a State or territory may make a declaration to the depositary that this Convention shall not be applicable to specific parts of its territory internal waters archipelagic waters or territorial sea and shall identify therein the reasons for such declaration Such State shall to the extent practicable and as quickly as possible promote conditions under which this Convention will apply to the areas specified in its declaration and to that end shall also withdraw its declaration in whole or in part as soon as that has been achieved Article 30 Reservations With the exception of Article 29 no reservations may be made to this Convention Article 31 Amendments 1 A State Party may by written communication addressed to the Director General propose amendments to this Convention The Director General shall circulate such communication to all States Parties If within six months from the date of the circulation of the communication not less than one half of the States Parties reply favourably to the request the Director General shall present such proposal to the next Meeting of States Parties for discussion and possible adoption 2 Amendments shall be adopted by a two thirds majority of States Parties present and voting 3 Once adopted amendments to this Convention shall be subject to ratification acceptance approval or accession by the States Parties 4 Amendments shall enter into force but solely with respect to the States Parties that have ratified accepted approved or acceded to them three months after the deposit of the instruments referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article by two thirds of the States Parties Thereafter for each State or territory that ratifies accepts approves or accedes to it the amendment shall enter into force three months after the date of deposit by that Party of its instrument of ratification acceptance approval or accession 5 A State or territory which becomes a Party to this Convention after the entry into force of amendments in conformity with paragraph 4 of this Article shall failing an expression of different intention by that State or territory be considered a as a Party to this Convention as so amended and b as a Party to the unamended Convention in relation to any State Party not bound by the amendment Article 32 Denunciation 1 A State Party may by written notification addressed to the Director General denounce this Convention 2 The denunciation shall take effect twelve months after the date of receipt of the notification unless the notification specifies a later date 3 The denunciation shall not in any way affect the duty of any State Party to fulfil any obligation embodied in this Convention to which it would be subject under international law independently of this Convention Article 33 The Rules The Rules annexed to this Convention form an integral part of it and unless expressly provided otherwise

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  • Tutela del patrimonio storico della Prima guerra mondiale - Archeologia Subacquea
    attuazione della legge stessa 5 Il Comitato definisce a i criteri tecnico scientifici di cui al comma 1 lettera b b le priorità di cui al comma 1 lettera c c i criteri per l assegnazione dei finanziamenti di cui al comma 1 lettera e d il programma di cui al comma 1 lettera f 6 L istituzione e il funzionamento del Comitato non comportano nuovi o maggiori oneri per la finanza pubblica Art 5 Competenze del Ministero della difesa 1 Il Ministero della difesa nei limiti delle risorse destinate a tali finalità a può realizzare direttamente gli interventi di cui all articolo 2 comma 1 o concorrere alla loro realizzazione in particolare mediante l impiego delle Truppe alpine b cura gli archivi storici militari e collabora con il Ministero per i beni e le attività culturali nell attuazione del programma di cui all articolo 4 comma 1 lettera f A tal fine fra gli obiettivi dell Ufficio storico dello Stato maggiore dell Esercito ha carattere di priorità la catalogazione informatica delle fonti della Prima guerra mondiale negli archivi centrali e in quelli periferici Art 6 Competenze del Ministero degli affari esteri 1 Nei limiti delle risorse destinate a tali finalità il Ministero degli affari esteri in collaborazione con il Ministero per i beni e le attività culturali e il Ministero della difesa promuove e coordina a la partecipazione degli Stati le cui forze armate operarono sul fronte italiano o degli Stati loro successori alle iniziative di cui all articolo 1 b la partecipazione dell Italia alle analoghe iniziative all estero c la cooperazione di Amministrazioni dello Stato Università enti pubblici e soggetti privati con soggetti stranieri per la ricerca storica sulla Prima guerra mondiale Art 7 Competenze delle regioni 1 Le regioni a statuto ordinario nelle materie di loro competenza ai sensi dell articolo 117 della Costituzione e in quelle loro delegate dalla legislazione vigente a promuovono e coordinano gli interventi di cui all articolo 2 comma 1 svolti da privati e enti locali tenendo conto delle priorità e assicurando la conformità ai criteri tecnico scientifici definiti ai sensi dell articolo 4 favorendo in particolare la creazione e la gestione di percorsi storico didattici e lo svolgimento di attività formative e didattiche b possono concorrere al finanziamento degli interventi di cui alla lettera a c disciplinano con legge l attività della raccolta di reperti mobili fermo restando quanto previsto dagli articoli 9 e 10 2 Le regioni a statuto speciale e le province autonome di Trento e di Bolzano perseguono le finalità della presente legge nell ambito delle competenze ad esse spettanti ai sensi dei rispettivi Statuti e delle relative norme di attuazione A tal fine i finanziamenti alle stesse spettanti sono assegnati ai sensi dell articolo 5 della legge 30 novembre 1989 n 386 Art 8 Finanziamento statale degli interventi 1 I soggetti di cui all articolo 2 comma 1 lettere a b e c possono essere ammessi a contributi statali per gli interventi di cui allo stesso

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  • Su youtube un video dedicato al "Progetto ARCHEOMAR" - Archeologia Subacquea
    PROGETTO ARCHEOMAR Nel corso dei millenni il Mar Mediterraneo ha rappresentato un crocevia di civiltà e scambi commerciali che hanno lasciato tracce ed importanti testimonianze sulle sue coste e sui fondi marini I mari custodiscono un importante patrimonio archeologico sommerso la cui conoscenza e precisa localizzazione sono i primi elementi base per assicurarne la tutela e la valorizzazione Nell ambito di una sempre maggiore sensibilizzazione riguardo la conservazione del patrimonio

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  • Atlante dei Siti - Archeologia Subacquea
    acqua Tutela Soprintendenze Siti web del MiBAC Archeolink Normative Download Documenti La scheda di segnalazione per ritrovamenti sporadici Progetto Archeomar Archeologia Subacquea Archeologia Subacquea Archeologia Subacquea Archeologia Subacquea Atlante dei Siti http www archeomar it templates archeomar atlante player atlante it html Joomla SEO powered by JoomSEF Archeologia Subacquea 2012 Ricordami Password dimenticata Nome utente dimenticato We use cookies to improve our website and your experience when using it Cookies

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