ArcheoLogica Data, 4, 2024

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Anno di stampa: 2024
ISBN: 9788892852808
e-ISBN: 9788892852815

Descrizione

ArcheoLogica Data wants to reach an Italian and international audience of scholars, professionals, students, and, more generally, early-career archaeologists, and it accepts contributions written both in Italian and English.
ArcheoLogica Data proposes to indissolubly associate data and interpretation.
It embraces that global idea of ​​archaeological data that integrates all the discipline declinations without any thematic or chronological constraints.
Data is at the centre, and around lies everything that can stem from it: interpretations, hypotheses, reconstructions, applications, theoretical and methodological reflections, critical ideas, constructive discussions.

Open Access


Licenza Creative Commons Quest’opera è distribuita con Licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione – Non commerciale – Non opere derivate 4.0 Internazionale


Contents


  • Marco Miano
    Viabilità e dinamiche insediative tra i monti Nebrodi e i Peloritani
    DOI 10.13131/unipi/zem4-4c44

  • Edmund Simons
    ‘An Exceedingly Curious Rock, Inhabited By A Clean And Decent Family’: Understanding Rock-Cut Structures In Quarried Landscapes
    DOI 10.13131/unipi/1crr-2208

  • Sonia Carbonell Pastor
    Construction methods and techniques of Menorcan Rock-Cut Tombs (Balearic Islands)
    DOI 10.13131/unipi/8kwe-kv53

  • Alessandro Panetta
    Dal sedimento al terreno. Problemi di invisibilità del materiale ceramico e delle pratiche storiche in un insediamento rurale altomedievale (Geridu, SS)
    DOI 10.13131/unipi/kqa9-bh04

  • Francesca Anichini
    Ogni Giovedì. Lettura archeologica compartecipata della materialità domestica femminile durante il primo lockdown italiano
    DOI 10.13131/unipi/c1yd-d649

  • Romane Desarbre
    On the utility of the database for the study of windows and landscapes in two villas from Roman Campania (villa of Diomedes, villa of Poppaea)
    DOI 10.13131/unipi/yjng-hf20

  • Luca Forassiepi
    The ESA Rosetta mission: a Space Archaeology case study
    DOI 10.13131/unipi/d7jv-za44

  • Francesco D’Antoni
    A dataset for 3D reconstruction of centrally planned buildings from the Roman and Late Antique periods
    DOI 10.13131/unipi/fvb7-x452

Informazioni aggiuntive

Peso0,530 kg
Dimensioni24 × 17 × 1,2 cm
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Illustrazioni

illustrazioni in bianconero e colore

Legatura

brossura

ISBN

e-ISBN

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Lingua

inglese, italiano, riassunti in inglese

Tipologia

Libro

Pagine

190