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The first Dutch excavation in Italy, 1952–58
Arthur Weststeijn and Laurien de Gelder

the conquest of Rome in 1870, established new ministerial bodies that organised a hierarchical regulatory framework for archaeological practice and preservation throughout the peninsula. Under the directives of the central Direzione Generale delle Antichità e Belle Arti (DirectorateGeneral for Antiquities and Fine Arts), a subsidiary of the Ministry of Education, large-scale excavation campaigns were organised in Rome and elsewhere, progressively excluding foreign archaeologists in the practice of archaeological fieldwork. This de facto boycott of non

in Communities and knowledge production in archaeology