The archaeological site of Hadrian's Villa, declared in 1999 a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, since the fifties of the last century has been the subject of numerous restora-tion projects aimed at the conservation and, in some cases, reconstruction of the Villa’s pavil-ions. Recent studies have highlighted a number of inconsistencies in the solutions adopted, with special regard to the first restorations. The research carried out by the Soprintendenza per I Be-ni Archeologici del Lazio, in collaboration with Italian and foreign universities, intends to achieve a new and more accurate analysis of these interventions, using the opportunities offered by new digital technologies of 3D detection. The paper will present the state of advancement of research focusing on some Villa’s pavilions; including the scenographic triclinium called Sera-peum, the Maritime Theatre and the Southern Pavilion of Piazza d'Oro.

New tools and methods of investigation aimed at virtual restoration for archaeological sites: case studies from Hadrian’s Villa / Benedetta Adembri; Di Tondo Sergio; Filippo Fantini. - STAMPA. - III:(2013), pp. 25-31. (Intervento presentato al convegno REUSO, Congreso Internacional sobre Documentación, Conservación, y Reutilización del Patrimonio Arquitectónico "La Cultura del Restauro e della Valorizzazione. Temi e Problemi per un Percorso Internazionale di Conoscenza" tenutosi a Madrid nel 20-23 Giugno 2013).

New tools and methods of investigation aimed at virtual restoration for archaeological sites: case studies from Hadrian’s Villa

FANTINI, FILIPPO
2013

Abstract

The archaeological site of Hadrian's Villa, declared in 1999 a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, since the fifties of the last century has been the subject of numerous restora-tion projects aimed at the conservation and, in some cases, reconstruction of the Villa’s pavil-ions. Recent studies have highlighted a number of inconsistencies in the solutions adopted, with special regard to the first restorations. The research carried out by the Soprintendenza per I Be-ni Archeologici del Lazio, in collaboration with Italian and foreign universities, intends to achieve a new and more accurate analysis of these interventions, using the opportunities offered by new digital technologies of 3D detection. The paper will present the state of advancement of research focusing on some Villa’s pavilions; including the scenographic triclinium called Sera-peum, the Maritime Theatre and the Southern Pavilion of Piazza d'Oro.
2013
Actas del Congreso Internacional sobre Documentación, Conservación y Reutilización del Patrimonio Arquitectónico: La experiencia del disfrute. Nuevos usos en monumentos
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New tools and methods of investigation aimed at virtual restoration for archaeological sites: case studies from Hadrian’s Villa / Benedetta Adembri; Di Tondo Sergio; Filippo Fantini. - STAMPA. - III:(2013), pp. 25-31. (Intervento presentato al convegno REUSO, Congreso Internacional sobre Documentación, Conservación, y Reutilización del Patrimonio Arquitectónico "La Cultura del Restauro e della Valorizzazione. Temi e Problemi per un Percorso Internazionale di Conoscenza" tenutosi a Madrid nel 20-23 Giugno 2013).
Benedetta Adembri; Di Tondo Sergio; Filippo Fantini
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