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European Prehistoric Art: inventory, contextualisation, preservation and accessibility
EuroPreArt aims to establish a lasting data-base of European prehistoric art documentation, to launch the base of an European institutional network devoted to this domain, and to contribute to the awareness of the diversity and richness of European Prehistoric Art, as one of the oldest artistic expression of Humankind. It will improve methodologies on techniques of inventory, storing data, interdisciplinarity, networking and
accessibility/diffusion, namely using new information technologies. The project will focus on selected clusters, from rock art to mobile art, from Palaeolithic to the Iron Age, from old stored records to modern field work studies. The project intends to create a model, introduce textual and image data, publish a guide of good conduct and present the results to the wider public on this web-site, open to other contributions.
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EuroPreArt, funded by the European Union, Education and Culture 2000 Programme, is proposed by
Instituto Politécnico de Tomar - Portugal CUEBC - European University Centre for Cultural Heritage, Ravello - Italy CSIC - Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid - Spain Orme dell'Uomo - Footsteps of Man, Valcamonica - Italy
Asociación Cultural Colectivo Barbaón, Extremadura -Spain
Liège University - Belgium Gotland University - Sweden University College Dublin - Ireland CeSMAP - Centro Studi e Museo d'Arte Preistorica. Pinerolo, Italy Arqueo Jovem - Portugal

enter the Balma dei Cervi Virtual Museum and surf the Virtual Tour: spherical pano-views,
hi-def flat photos and tracings
surf the Great Rock Virtual Tour: spherical pano-views, hi-def flat photos and tracings