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Κonstantinος A. Kalogeropoulos (Peristeri, Athens, 1957 is anthropologist, with studies in archaeology, cultural informatics and greek civilization. He is also an University of the Aegean Dept. of Mediterranean Studies lecturer in lifelong learning and publisher. Upon completion of the his university studies, he started postgraduate studies in anthropology (MA in Cultural Anthropology) archaeology (MA in archaeology and Heritage) and cultural informatics (Phd). As an affiliate of Iamvlichus Publications in Greece he has conducted theoretical research of peoples and cultures, including cultural traces that are lost in the mists of the past centuries. His research is mainly focusing on human and cultural interactions. As an archaeologist he is digging in ancient Kymissala, in Rhodes Island. Currently working in field missions for UN.
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Edward Burnett Taylor - Filiki Eteria - Tugendbund - Robert Ranulph Marett - Valentianism - Nawang Dorje - Margareta Niculescu - Courrier de Smyrne - Archaeoseismology - Menelaion - Adranon - Ancient Kymissala - Callirrhoe, Jordan - Madnasa - Adada, Pisidia
Not compulsory, not even mandatory at least for archaeological sites (i.e. Býčí skála Cave, Mifsas Bahri, West Bona Site, Caves of Nanumanga and many more). Subjective measuring of importance and rating system. That means that wikiprojects' rating standards are not objectively or scientifically measurable. Of course the wikiprojects can be of some use, but only for quantitative and not qualitative purposes. The user that created Wikiprojects and their supporters clearly do not understand the importance of locality as a means for sustainable future and preservation of archaeological sites.
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