Archeologia e Calcolatori, 28.2, 2017 – Knowledge, Analysis and Innovative Methods for the Study and the Dissemination of Ancient Urban Areas – Proceedings of the KAINUA 2017 International Conference in Honour of Professor Giuseppe Sassatelli’s 70th Birthday (Bologna, 18-21 April 2017)

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Autore: Simone Garagnani (a cura di), Andrea Gaucci (a cura di)
Anno di stampa: 2017
ISBN: 9788878147850
e-ISBN: 9788878147867

Descrizione

Gli Atti del Convegno Internazionale “KAINUA 2017. Knowledge, Analysis and Innovative Methods for the Study and the Dissemination of Ancient Urban Areas”, , a cura di S. Garagnani e A. Gaucci, sono pubblicati nella rivista «Archeologia e Calcolatori», n. 28, tomo 2. Il Convegno, in onore del 70° Compleanno del Professor Giuseppe Sassatelli, si è tenuto a Bologna presso il Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà dell’Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna nell’aprile 2017. Più di cinquanta articoli, suddivisi in 6 sezioni (1. Ancient Cities: Past and Current Perspectives; 2. Kainua Project; 3. Etruscan Cities and their Landscapes: New Perspectives, Innovative Methods and Dissemination; 4. From the Ancient Cities to the Landscapes: Projects and Researches; 5. Starting and Ongoing Projects; 6. Methodologies, Applications and Integrated Solutions) affrontano il tema delle ricerche sulle città antiche e il loro territorio basate sull’applicazione di metodologie innovative. Particolare attenzione è stata data ai risultati del progetto sulla città etrusca di Marzabotto, l’antica Kainua, e ai progetti che interessano i principali centri etruschi dell’Italia antica, a cui si sono dedicate due sezioni specifiche.

Sommario
  • Simone Garagnani, Andrea Gaucci, Elisabetta Govi, Ancient reality and contemporary research. An introduction to the Conference KAINUA 2017 and its Proceedings

ANCIENT CITIES: PAST AND CURRENT PERSPECTIVES

  • Mario Torelli, From ruins to reconstruction: past and present
  • Paola Moscati, Archaeological computing and ancient cities: insights from the repository of «Archeologia e Calcolatori»

KAINUA PROJECT

  • Giovannangelo Camporeale†, Sulla genesi della città nell’Italia preromana. Economia, sociologia, urbanistica: il caso dell’insediamento dell’Accesa
  • Elisabetta Govi, Kainua-Marzabotto: the archaeological framework
  • Andrea Gaucci, Kainua Project: principles, theoretical framework and archaeological analysis
  • Giulia Morpurgo, Chiara Pizzirani, Chiara Mattioli, The craft settings in Kainua-Marzabotto: places and archaeological issues
  • Stefano Santocchini Gerg, Enrico Zampieri, Bojana Gruška, Giacomo Mancuso, Topographical survey and digital models
  • Simone Garagnani, Archaeological Building Information Modeling: beyond scalable representation of architecture and archaeology
  • Aurelio Muzzarelli, Malik Franzoia, The ancient Digital Terrain Model and the infrastructure of the Etruscan city of Kainua
  • Bojana Gruška, Giacomo Mancuso, Enrico Zampieri, Building materials and virtual models of the Etruscan city of Kainua
  • Giuseppe Sassatelli, Kainua Project Special Session: conclusioni

ETRUSCAN CITIES AND THEIR LANDSCAPES: NEW PERSPECTIVES, INNOVATIVE METHODS AND DISSEMINATION

  • Carmine Pellegrino, Amedeo Rossi, Contemporary landscape and the archaeological record. An integrated approach to the study
    of the Etruscan-Samnite site of Pontecagnano (SA)
  • Maria Paola Baglione, Barbara Belelli Marchesini, Claudia Carlucci, Laura Maria Michetti, Pyrgi, harbour and sanctuary of Caere:
    landscape, urbanistic planning and architectural features
  • Giovanna Bagnasco Gianni, Matilde Marzullo, Andrea Garzulino, The last ten years of research at Tarquinia
  • Giuseppina Enrica Cinque, Henri Broise, Vincent Jolivet, Civita Musarna (VT), il suo territorio e la chora di Tarquinia in età ellenistica: uno spazio ritualmente suddiviso?
  • Patricia S. Lulof, Maarten H. Sepers, The Acquarossa Memory Project. Reconstructing an Etruscan town
  • Emanuele Taccola, Lisa Rosselli, Understanding Etruscan art and architecture through 3D modeling: the case of Volterra
  • Tommaso Quirino, Open architecture RDBMS and GIS as tools for analysing the Etruscan presence in the Po Plain: towards a model of the urban / non urban landscape

FROM THE ANCIENT CITIES TO THE LANDSCAPES: PROJECTS AND
RESEARCHES

  • Frank Vermeulen, Scanning and visualization of Roman Adriatic townscapes
  • Alessandro Campedelli, Marco Dubbini, Martina Monica, Geo-archaeological study of the territory of Burnum’s Roman site
    (Croatia) through LANDSAT multi-temporal satellite images and high resolution GeoEye
  • Ilaria Rossetti, Reshaping the urban space: Bakchias in Ptolemaic and Roman times
  • Federica Boschi, Enrico Giorgi, Michele Silani, Reconstructing the ancient urban landscape in a long-lived city: the Asculum
    Project – combining research, territorial planning and preventative archaeology
  • Ferran Codina, Gabriel de Prado, Isis Ruiz, Albert Sierra, The Iberian town of Ullastret (Catalonia). An Iron Age urban
    agglomeration reconstructed virtually
  • Anna Chiara Fariselli, Federica Boschi, Michele Silani, Melania Marano, Tharros – Capo San Marco in the Phoenician and Punic Age.
    Geophysical investigations and virtual rebuilding
  • Simone Mantellini, A city and its landscape across time: Samarkand in the ancient Sogdiana (Uzbekistan)

STARTING AND ONGOING PROJECTS

  • Stefano Finocchi, Vincenzo Baldoni, Numana and its ancient territory: new data and research perspectives
  • Giuseppe Lepore, Enrico Giorgi, Vincenzo Baldoni, Federica Boschi ,Maria Concetta Parello, Maria Serena Rizzo, New methodologies
    to analyze and study the Hellenistic-Roman quarter in Agrigento
  • Michele Silani, Enrico Giorgi, Federica Boschi, Gabriele Bitelli, Alberta Martellone, Seeing into the past: integrating 3D documentation and non-invasive prospecting methods for the analysis, understanding and reconstruction of the ancient Pompeii. The case of the House of Obellio Firmo (IX, 14)
  • Isabel Escrivà, José J. Marín, Albert Ribera, Miquel Rosselló, Alfredo Santonja, Reconstructing the Late Antiquity Episcopal
    Complex of Valentia
  • Gervasio Illiano, Misenum: the harbour and the city. Landscapes in context
  • Valeria Poscetti, Saverio Giulio Malatesta, Virginia Cirilli, Francesco Lella, Vito Rondinelli, Salvatore Esposito, Marco Balsi, Preliminary results of the Castelmonardo Project

METHODOLOGIES, APPLICATIONS AND INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS

  • Maria Roussou, Francesco Ripanti, Katerina Servi, Engaging visitors of archaeological sites through “emotive” storytelling experiences: a pilot at the Ancient Agora of Athens
  • Marco Gaiani, Management and communication of archaeological artefacts and architectural heritage using digital IS. What today? What next?
  • Andrea D’Andrea, Angela Bosco, Marco Barbarino, A 3D environment to rebuild virtually the so-called Augusteum in Herculaneum
  • Giovanna Liberotti, Corrado Alvaro, Using laser scanner technology to analyse mud-brick architecture in the ancient Near East. The Palatial Complex of Arslantepe (Malatya, Turkey)
  • Moisés Hernández Cordero, Geomatics approach to surveys for Late Antiquity buildings. The Episcopal Palace in Side, Turkey
  • Filiberto Chiabrando, Giulia Sammartano, Antonia Spanò, Grazia Semeraro, Multi-temporal images and 3D dense models for archaeological site monitoring in Hierapolis of Phrygia (TR)
  • Elisabetta Donadio, Riccardo Mazza, Federico Barello, Multimedia digital solutions from image and range based models for ancient
    landscapes communication
  • Valeria Cera, Knowledge and valorization of historical sites through low-cost, gaming sensors and H-BIM models. The case study
    of Liternum
  • Alfonso Ippolito, Martina Attenni, Cristiana Bartolomei, Digital acquisition: reflections on data quality
    Aaron Pattee, Armin Volkmann, Matthias Untermann, Integrative GIS-based investigation of the medieval fortress architecture of Pfalz, incorporating photogrammetry, geoinformatics and landscape analysis
  • Jacopo Bonetto, Arturo Zara, The Nora Virtual Tour: an immersive visit in the ancient city
    Silvia Bernardoni, Marco Montanari, Raffaele Trojanis, Open History Map
  • Giovanni Azzena, Roberto Busonera, Chiara Perini, The future (?) of effective protection

SHORT PAPERS

  • Sara Loreto, Gropello Cairoli (PV): computer applications for historical-topographic synthesis
    Annachiara Penzo, Federica Proni, Antonio Gottarelli, The archaelogical settlement of Monte Bibele (Bologna)
  • Ilenia Gradante, Davide Tanasi, 3D digital technologies for architectural analysis. The case of the “Pagan Shrine” in the Catacombs of Santa Lucia (Siracusa, Sicily)
  • Francesco Gabellone, Ivan Ferrari, Reconstruction of Villino Florio’s wooden ceiling using 3D technologies
  • Francesco Gabellone, Ivan Ferrari, Francesco Giuri, Maria Chiffi, 3D technologies for a critical reading and philological presentation
    of ancient contexts
  • Antonio Pecci, Fabio Donnici, When there was no GIS system: rediscovering archaeological researches of the 19th century through
    the use of the drone. The case study of Mount Siri (Anzi, Basilicata)
  • Martijn van der Kaaij, Heron Visualisation Engine. Visualisation and dissemination of semantic cultural heritage data
    Tatiana Votroubeková, Etruscan rock-cut tombs with decorated façades. A 3D approach

 

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