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The World Archaeological Congress is calling for bids to host their Eighth Congress, due to be held in 2016 or 2017.
A resolution agreed upon by the World Archaeological Congress in Dublin, Ireland, last week, said, "Such advice would provide cultural credibility and respectability to the military action.
The World Archaeological Congress strongly encourages the Irish Government to instigate formal protection measures for this area, and to consider nominating Tara for inscription as a World Heritage site.
Dr Stone, who advised the military in his role as chief executive officer of the World Archaeological Congress, warned many of the world's greatest treasures could now be lost to mankind.
The book is also remarkably cheap compared to World Archaeological Congress proceedings published with WAC's official publisher Routledge.
What he offers here is the first major exercise with regard to India of an expanding area of archaeological studies, that of the sociopolitics of the past, ushered in by Peter Ucko in sessions of the World Archaeological Congress since 1986.
Awareness of different ownership of the past has been a particular feature of the World Archaeological Congress (WAC), since its dramatic origins in 1986.
World Archaeological Congress research handbooks in archaeology