Philips, J., Hagos, T., Arefaine, A., Boardman, S., Cain, C., Dover, M. and Harlow, M., 2004. Combating the Destruction of Ethiopia's Archaeological Heritage... Continued. Antiquity, 78 (302).
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The Shire District Archaeological Survey Project returned to the Indasellassie region, north-western administrative zone of Tigray, northern Ethiopia in December 2003. Its second season, under the co-direction of Jacke Phillips and Tekle Hagos, continued work begun in 2001. Another 95 sites were added to the 'Sites and Monuments Record' (SMR) we initiated then (see Finneran 2003), ranging from the Early Stone Age through to recent soldiers' graves. Our remit included further work at the Mai Adrasha site, in light of recent activities reported in 2002 (Asamerew et al. 2002). We also assisted the provincial Tigray Bureau of Information and Culture (TBIC), Indasellassie office, in planning and building an infrastructure for managing the region's cultural heritage, and increasing local public awareness. This article reports our further efforts since 2002 to combat further destruction at Mai Adrasha and more generally in the Indasellassie region.
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