The Butrint Project, coordinated by Belisa Muka (Institute of Archaeology of Tirana) and Enrico Giorgi (University of Bologna), in agreement with the Butrint National Park, is part of the broader program of Italian-Albanian archaeological research in ancient Caonia, an Epirus region corresponding to present southern Albania, directed by Sandro De Maria and Shpresa Gjongecaj. Since 2017 the project has been part of the activities of the Archaeological Mission of the University of Bologna in Butrint, and is financially supported by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Italian Republic. The main objectives of the field research were the following: First phase of study and Laser Scanner Relief of the Temple on the Terrace above the Theatre (2015) Critical review of previous bibliographic and archival studies and photographing of the entire wall circuit with particular attention to the problems of degradation. Topographic survey with Laser scanner and mapping of the deterioration of the walls (from 2016 and still in progress). Realisation of targeted stratigraphic surveys (2018)

The new Italian and Albanian Archaeological Project in Butrint Butrinto (2015-2018)

Enrico Giorgi
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2019

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The Butrint Project, coordinated by Belisa Muka (Institute of Archaeology of Tirana) and Enrico Giorgi (University of Bologna), in agreement with the Butrint National Park, is part of the broader program of Italian-Albanian archaeological research in ancient Caonia, an Epirus region corresponding to present southern Albania, directed by Sandro De Maria and Shpresa Gjongecaj. Since 2017 the project has been part of the activities of the Archaeological Mission of the University of Bologna in Butrint, and is financially supported by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Italian Republic. The main objectives of the field research were the following: First phase of study and Laser Scanner Relief of the Temple on the Terrace above the Theatre (2015) Critical review of previous bibliographic and archival studies and photographing of the entire wall circuit with particular attention to the problems of degradation. Topographic survey with Laser scanner and mapping of the deterioration of the walls (from 2016 and still in progress). Realisation of targeted stratigraphic surveys (2018)
Enrico Giorgi; Belisa Muka
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