High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Convention on the
Protection of the Archaeological heritage of Europe, usually
referred to as the Valletta Treaty or Malta Convention, is an
initiative from the Council of Europe. The treaty from 1992, aims
to protect the European archaeological heritage "as a source of
European collective memory and as an instrument for historical and
scientific study. All remains and objects and any other traces of
humankind from past times are considered elements of the
archaeological heritage. The notion of archaeological heritage
includes structures, constructions, groups of buildings, developed
sites, moveable objects, monuments of other kinds as well as their
context, whether situated on land or under water."
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