Archeologia e Calcolatori, 26, 2015 – Italic Inscriptions and Databases (Roma 2014) – Documentare l’archeologia 4.0: strumenti e metodi per la costruzione di banche dati territoriali (Bologna 2014)

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Year of printing: 2016
ISBN: 9788878146402
e-ISBN: 9788878146501

Description

The volume collects numerous articles by Italian and foreign scholars focused on the application of the most modern information technologies to archaeological research. The volume also contains the Proceedings of two Conferences held in 2014 respectively in Rome (Italic Inscriptions and Databases) and Bologna (Documenting archeology 4.0: tools and methods for building territorial databases). The section dedicated to reviews closes the volume.

Contents

Italic inscriptions and databases workshop (Istituto Svedese di Studi Classici a Roma, 23 September 2014), edited by Ulla Rajala

  • K. Göransson, Presentation
  • U. Rajala, Introduction
  • K.W. Tikkanen, Pre-Roman languages on the Apennine peninsula
  • A. Caravale, Archaeological computing and ISMA projects
  • U. Rajala, GIS and pre- and postcolonial inscriptions in the Ager Faliscus
  • S. Orlandi, The EAGLE network
  • R. Förtsch, F. Mambrini, W. Schmiedle, Inscriptions on iDAI.objects Arachne
  • K. Lundqvist, G. Landeschi, From CIL to 2D and 3D GIS
  • K. Korhonen, E.-M. Viitanen, L. Nissin, Inscriptions in their spatial contexts in Roman Italy
  • E. Bozia, A. Barmpoutis, Life and afterlife of archaeological sources: electronic preservation, dissemination, and study of Latin inscriptions
  • F. Mainardis, The epigraphic project of the Laboratory of Epigraphy (EpiLab), Department of Humanities (Trieste University)
  • A. Blennow, INSCRIPTA – A research network for Latin epigraphy
  • R. Hedlund, Numismatics and inscriptions: ancient coins at Uppsala University brought online
  • U. Jakobsson, Swedish National Data Services (SND), a national infrastructure for research data
  • H. Liss, A. Ingvarsson-Sundström, Databases and standardisation – Experiences from Athens
  • T. Sironen, An epigraphy database: a point of view of a researcher of Oscan/Sabellic epigraphy

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  • A. Guidi, Quantitative methods in Italian archaeology: a review
  • K.F. Achino, G. Capuzzo The quantification of spatio-temporal distributions of archaeological data: from counts to frequencies
  • S. Mallet Gauthier, V. Choulakian, Taxicab correspondence analysis of abundance data in archaeology: three case studies revisited
  • F. Cantone, The “flower woman” figurines from the Foce Sele Hera Sanctuary. Ancient coroplastic digital data management, analysis, and sharing
  • G. Azzena, R. Busonera, F. Nurra, E. Petruzzi, From the Archaeological Map of Italy to the National Geographical Archaeological Information System. The Sardinian experience
  • K.A. Niknami, V. Askarpour, Pattern analysis of Chalcolithic settlements in the valley of Sarfirouzabad, Kermanshah, Iran
  • R. Cicilloni, A. Mossa, M. Cabras, Studio dell’insediamento protostorico in un’area della Sardegna centro-occidentale tramite strumenti GIS ed analisi multivariate
  • J. Seubers, T. Trienen, A hand to the plough. A GIS-based cartographical analysis of changes in elevation due to terrain modification and erosion in the settlement area of ancient Crustumerium
  • J.M. Puche, Al di là della morte del disegno archeologico. I Massive Data Acquisition Systems (MDAS) in archeologia
  • R. Gabrielli, A. Angelini, D. Portarena, Strategie innovative di elaborazione e restituzione dati del castello crociato di Wu’Ayra

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Documentare l’archeologia 4.0: Strumenti e metodi per la costruzione di banche dati territoriali, Atti del Workshop (Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, 5 maggio 2014), a cura di Antonio Curci e Andrea Fiorini

  • A. Curci, A. Fiorini, Introduzione
  • S. Bertoldi, V. Fronza, M. Valenti, Sistemi digitali di documentazione e analisi archeologica. Verso quale direzione?
  • F. Cambi, Paesaggi trascorsi e globalità dell’archeologia
  • M. Cattani, F. Debandi, Analisi di distribuzione delle ceramiche dell’età del Bronzo: il caso dell’Italia centro-settentrionale
  • A. Decri, I. Parodi, S. Roascio, G. Rosatto, Cronotipologia al tempo del web 2.0: banca dati e mappa online dei portali di Genova
  • A. Fiorini, Archeologia dell’architettura in Romagna: la banca dati territoriale
  • S. Mantellini, GIS and remote sensing for a preliminary assessment of the archaeological landscape in the Eblaite chora (Syria)
  • A. De Guio, Nuove linee di ricerca fra archeologia pre-dittiva e post-dittiva
  • C. Putzolu, L’alta Valle del Taro: strategie locazionali in ambiente montano
  • M.L. Marchi, G. Forte, I.M. Muntoni, A. De Leo, Dalle ricerche topografiche all’archeologia preventiva. Il GIS del “progetto Ager Lucerinus”: modelli di indagine e strategie di intervento nei
    Monti Dauni

Recensioni
F. Giligny, F. Djindjian, L. Costa, P. Moscati, S. Robert (eds.), CAA2014, 21st Century Archaeology, Concepts, Methods and Tools. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (Paris, 22-25 April 2014), Oxford, Archaeopress, 2015 (S. Fiorino), p. 341; S. Quilici Gigli (ed.), Comunicazione e fruizione dei beni archeologici. Esperienze tra Lazio e Campania, Foggia, Claudio Grenzi Editore, 2014 (A. Caravale), p. 346.

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Weight :0,880 kg
Dimensions:24x17x1,7 cm
Place of printing

Florence

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Book

Pages

352

Illustrations

illustrations in black and white and color

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paperback

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Language

English, Italian, summaries in English

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