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  • Heritage, Openness and the Commons in Urban Environments: Some Thoughts on the Archaeological Parks of Philopappos Hill and Plato’s Academy in Athens

    Despina Catapoti Ioulia Skounaki Georgia Gkoumopoulou

    Chapter from the book: Lekakis, S. 2020. Cultural heritage in the realm of the commons: Conversations on the Case of Greece.

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    Drawing on the commons theory and practice, this chapter examines the affordances of “openness” on two distinct archaeological sites in Athens (the Archaeological Parks of Philopappos Hill and Plato’s Academy).

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    Catapoti, D et al. 2020. Heritage, Openness and the Commons in Urban Environments: Some Thoughts on the Archaeological Parks of Philopappos Hill and Plato’s Academy in Athens. In: Lekakis, S (ed.), Cultural heritage in the realm of the commons. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/bcj.e
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    Published on Oct. 5, 2020

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