Mor­ris danc­ing? Dry-stone walling? Pasty mak­ing? Dry-fly fish­ing?

Country Life Every Week - - Athena -

The growth of in­dus­trial ar­chae­ol­ogy in the 1950s and 1960s be­gan the process of widen­ing and deep­en­ing our love and ad­mi­ra­tion for the ma­te­rial ev­i­dence of the past in what­ever form. Now, there is a growing ap­pre­ci­a­tion of what is called, some­what con­fus­ingly, ‘in­tan­gi­ble her­itage’ by which is meant the preser­va­tion of tra­di­tional ways of do­ing things.

And, of course, there is an ap­pro­pri­ate UNESCO method for cat­e­goris­ing and

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