ARCHIVAL HISTORY

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  • Jan 1, 1100

    ROMA AND ARCHIVE

    ROMA AND ARCHIVE
    Rome, wooden tablets and used wax. Fabrics were used when the document I wanted to have an indefinite duration. The wax was used for documentation did not want to retain indefinitely. The first Roman archives are public. The first is the treasure file ( Aerarium ) . It is located in the temple of Saturn. He collected all the financial documents of the Republic and comments from the quaestors , besides the judgments of the Senate.
  • Jan 1, 1200

    USING THE ARCHIVE IN GREECE

    USING THE ARCHIVE IN GREECE
    The sources we have about the Greeks archives are indirect: the historians, the epigraphic inscriptions and archaeological remains. The violent conquest they suffered has made important sources are lost to history. In Greece, are identical files to the Egyptians. They are of clay tablets with financial documentation. When the State is organized in Athens, no files, but there are men memory. Testified to what it was in the Council. In the V century BC, the written file appears.
  • Jan 1, 1300

    EGYPTIAN

    EGYPTIAN
    In Egypt, the file is basic because it does not hold if you can not register the properties and production. After each flood that suffered the Nile, had to rebuild the properties.
    The factor that makes files are abundant in Egypt is the escritoire matter. Written on papyrus. Has disadvantages because it is fragile. But among the advantages is that it is cheap. It is an easy material to write in ink. It is written with brushes made in reed. It can be stored in rolls and can have lots of documents
  • Jan 1, 1492

    THE MIDDLE AGES IN THE USE OF STOCK

    THE MIDDLE AGES IN THE USE OF STOCK
    Barbarians, comes the dissolution of the administrative structures of the Roman Empire and archives are destroyed. The German law is overlaying the Roman. In the sixth century, parchment replaced papyrus as a writing medium. The parchment is expensive, and therefore expensive documents. Between the sixth and thirteenth centuries, it just writes. The language in which you write, also makes costly documents.
  • ARCHIVE IN THE OLD REGIME

    ARCHIVE IN THE OLD REGIME
    In the fifteenth century, start setting up actual files with fixed seat. Retrieve documents from private hands and seek safe places to deposit the file. Named almost professional archivists. The first serious file, you owe it to Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor. I wanted to centralize in Innsbruck. The Catholic Monarchs ordered the concentration of its files in the Chancery of Valladolid.
  • FILE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

    FILE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
    In the French Revolution, a revolution occurs in the archives. On 25 June 1794 the French archives are nationalized. The National Archives is created, and the right to consultation of public documents is recognized. This right is recognized in Spain in 1844. The National Archives of Spain was created in 1868. Schools Archives are created and the regular publication of the most important documents of the files starts.
  • CENTURY. INTERMEDIATE ARCHIVE

    CENTURY. INTERMEDIATE ARCHIVE
    In the twentieth century, intermediate files, which retain documents that no longer have administrative value but is not yet known if they are to keep or not created. In its first half is characterized by the consolidation of the progress achieved and a more abundant professional production. The archive is torn between the nineteenth and modernity. In developed countries increases social awareness archives.
  • EMPIRES AND FIRST FILES

    EMPIRES AND FIRST FILES
    The study of archives and documentation is as old as the social organization of mankind. Its origins date back to the emergence of writing. The first files appear with the first empires. They were a tool of population control and wealth. From the monarchies emerged in Asia Previous to the Roman Empire, through the Egyptian and Greek civilizations, there is evidence of the existence of files organized and funds.
  • ARCHIVAL HISTORY

    ARCHIVAL HISTORY
    PRESENTED BY: CAROLINA BELALCAZAR.
    YEIMY ZAMUDIO.
    JULIANA MONTEALEGRE. INSTRUCTOR: JULIE ALEXANDRA DIAZ AVENDAÑO
  • Introduction

    Introduction
    The origin of this wise tradition is unknown. It is known that the archives, whether documents or institutions appear in the early centuries of history, but reflecting on their organization and management is much more recent.