lunes, 13 de abril de 2015


Carta de Abdul Rahman Yakhlef
Los efectos sobre el patrimonio de la Guerra de Libia siguen siendo altamente perjudiciales. Reproducimos la petición por la salvaguarda del patrimonio arqueológico de Libia y África septentrional, lanzada por el profesor Attilio Mastino a instancias de la demanda de ayuda internacional el pasado 11 de marzo de Abdul Rahman Yakhlef Abdul Rahman, responsable del Departamento de Arqueología del Ministerio de Cultura y Sociedad Civil libio.

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"To the attention of: - UNESCO

We read with great concern and participation the Statement sent by the Department of Antiquities of Libya concerning the difficult situation of the cultural heritage of the country. We are well aware of the great value of the historical and monumental heritage of Libya which must be absolutely preserved.

Thus, the Institutions as well as the scholars listed below ask the International Authorities to adopt any preventive action that can assist all the Libyan colleagues in their difficult, valuable, meritorious daily work aimed at safeguarding the extraordinary Libyan monuments.They belong first and foremost to the Libyan people, depositary of such goods, people who, we are sure, will certainly defend them, but it is also common heritage of all civilizations which, each for their part, have the duty to preserve and pass on this unique heritage to future generations. Furthermore we ask the representatives of Governments and the Institution responsible for protection of cultural heritage to take all the appropriate measures to counteract the illicit trades of materials from areas involved in armed conflicts.

At the same time we strongly manifest our solidarity to the Tunisian Colleagues and to the people of Tunisia with regard to the tragic events recently happened at the Bardo Museum. We are all at their disposal to support every initiative aimed at supporting in this difficult moment the cultural heritage of Tunisia.


Prof. Attilio Mastino (Presidente del Comitato scientifico de "L'Africa Romana", Università di Sassari)
Prof. Maria Antonietta Rizzo Di Vita (Centro di Documentazione e Ricerca sull’Archeologia dell’Africa Settentrionale “Antonino Di Vita”, Università di Macerata)
Prof. Giorgio Rocco (Presidente del Centro di Studi per la Storia dell’Architettura, “Casa dei Crescenzi”, Roma, e Direttore della Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Architettonici e del Paesaggio del Politecnico di Bari)
Prof. Filippo Mignini (Direttore del Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università di Macerata)
Prof. Claudio D’Amato Guerrieri (Direttore del Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Ingegneria Civile e dell’Architettura del Politecnico di Bari)
Prof. Enzo Lippolis (Direttore del Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità dell’Università di Roma “Sapienza”)

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