The reconstruction of an archeological site requires an intense survey activity (topographic, metric, deterioration, environment parameters, .. .) accompanied by historic-archeological, architectural and interpretative investigations, in order to acquire data in various degrees of detail and process it without losing the original quality of the information during the elaboration phases. Maintenance activity is certainly “difficult" because it is compelling and scarcely manifest for immediate results and in the perception of society at large; the intended objective of the work is to outline some “essential guidelines" in the understanding that regardless of the actual needs of the upkeep-conservation of the Cultural Heritage the reality of facts imposes a “no cost" policy. Methods and schedules for finding and acquiring the data (identifying the minimum essential) necessary for laying out a plan of intervention have been tested. The research so far conducted has not been limited to exploring all issues linked to the acquisition and processing of survey data (not an easy task anyway), but has also investigated possible modalities for its fruition. In the specific case of an archeological area, given the quantity and complexity of interrelated data, it is essential to prearrange forms of management/ fruition/consultation that may enable to consider more elements simultaneously. The work presented is the continuation of the research introduced last year: “Archeological areas and protection systems: compatibility assessment models" (N. Lombardini e C. Achille).

Sistemi di protezione per le aree archeologiche: linee guida in tempo di crisi Protection systems for archaeological areas: guidlines in time of crisis

ACHILLE, CRISTIANA;LOMBARDINI, NORA;VALENTINI, MASSIMO
2013

Abstract

The reconstruction of an archeological site requires an intense survey activity (topographic, metric, deterioration, environment parameters, .. .) accompanied by historic-archeological, architectural and interpretative investigations, in order to acquire data in various degrees of detail and process it without losing the original quality of the information during the elaboration phases. Maintenance activity is certainly “difficult" because it is compelling and scarcely manifest for immediate results and in the perception of society at large; the intended objective of the work is to outline some “essential guidelines" in the understanding that regardless of the actual needs of the upkeep-conservation of the Cultural Heritage the reality of facts imposes a “no cost" policy. Methods and schedules for finding and acquiring the data (identifying the minimum essential) necessary for laying out a plan of intervention have been tested. The research so far conducted has not been limited to exploring all issues linked to the acquisition and processing of survey data (not an easy task anyway), but has also investigated possible modalities for its fruition. In the specific case of an archeological area, given the quantity and complexity of interrelated data, it is essential to prearrange forms of management/ fruition/consultation that may enable to consider more elements simultaneously. The work presented is the continuation of the research introduced last year: “Archeological areas and protection systems: compatibility assessment models" (N. Lombardini e C. Achille).
Conoscere, Conservare, Valorizzare - To Know, Conserve, Enhance
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Archaeological area; Protection system
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