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  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . Conference object . 2018
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Manuela Incerti; Gaia Lavoratti; Sara D'Amico; Stefano Giannetti;
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing
    Country: Italy

    The Mausoleum of Galla Placidia is one of Ravenna’s UNESCO protected monuments, globally renowned for the extraordinary mosaic decorations that cover the internal surfaces. The famous starry vault profoundly engages and inspires the observer. It has been studied for its accuracy in the representation of the real sky, but also because of its mystical and symbolic meaning in relation to the iconographic tradition of the time. The building has also been subject of archeoastronomical research (Romano in Orientamenti ad sidera. Astronomia, riti e calendari per la fondazione di templi e citta. Un esempio a Ravenna. Edizioni Essegi, Ravenna, 1995), which is here presented in depth. The present contribution also examines other architectural elements beyond orientation: particular attention is payed to the small slit windows of the building to investigate their possible archaeoastronomical significance. In the study of these elements, particular attention should be payed to the elaboration of architectural survey data, which has to be produced following established procedures and techniques. A functional 3D model will be developed from the data of the archaeoastronomical analysis to display the original morphology of the building (the floor was about 1.4 m lower because of subsidence movements), astronomical phenomena, and allow for multimedia communication of the scientific content produced. Finally, the related issues will be investigated: the geometric and projective transformations of the starry dome, the geometric shape of space also in relation to the unit of measurement used.

  • Publication . Article . Conference object . Part of book or chapter of book . 2012
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Giorgio Verdiani; Stefano Columbu;
    Publisher: SAGE Publications
    Country: Italy

    The “E.Stone” project is based on the survey, documentation investigation and physical, geochemical and petrographic characterisation of the great zoomorphic and phytomorphic stones of Sardinia. The name chosen to indicate this project means the full value of these stones, standing before the beginning of human history. The main task of this project is the investigation and the documentation, both based on an accurate digital survey, taken using laser scanner units supported by topographical survey and integrated by GPS tracing and photographic and photogrammetric survey, with a meaningful research aimed to specific investigations on the rock characteristics. The further development of the collected data will be aimed to the definition of a digital “state of the knowledge” about the stone. This research will produce the following main benefits: the creation of a pilot monitoring station documenting the decay processes of stones for make the future projections on based on current alteration trends; the creation of a clear and stable archive of these monuments oriented to be a preservation tool; the opportunity to allow the reply, at any distance, a copy in any material of the original item.

  • Publication . Conference object . Part of book or chapter of book . 2019
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Paola Puma;
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing
    Country: Italy

    The paper presents the first results of the Cortona Heritage Project, which takes the opportunity to use the techniques of Virtual heritage to implementing concrete and innovative modes making the very rich cultural heritage of ancient Tuscan cities accessible for more people and engaging new publics by promoting its knowledge among young generations.

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2016
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Leonardo M. Savoia;
    Publisher: De Gruyter
    Country: Italy
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2019
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Maria Rita Manzini; Leonardo M. Savoia;
    Publisher: John Benjamins
    Country: Italy
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Gilberto Duarte Carlos,; Mariana, Correia; Dipasquale, Letizia; Mecca, Saverio;
    Publisher: Firenze University Press
    Countries: Portugal, Italy

    Considering the built environment as the most enduring receiver of human behaviour, one can easily assume vernacular heritage as an objective consequence of the essential features of specific local communities. [...]

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2016
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Caterina Toschi;
    Publisher: Inter-Disciplinary Press
    Country: Italy
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2020
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Giovanna Siedina;
    Publisher: Firenze University Press
    Country: Italy

    In this article, the author analyzes how the broad theme of the reception of Humanism and Renaissance is treated in two important histories of Ukrainian literature, respectively Muza Roksolans’ka. Ukrajins’ka literatura XVI-XVIII stolit’ by Valerij Ševčuk (Kyiv, “Lybid'”, 2004-2005), in two volumes, and Istorija ukrajins’koji literatury in twelve volumes (2014-) published by the publishing house of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Naukova Dumka. The disappearance of Soviet ideological constraints has brought about the emergence of various aspects of this theme: the multilingualism (especially as regards literature written in Latin), the multiple identity of writers of the so-called Pohranyččja, the literature written in Latin, are just a few. However, some aspects still need to be addressed: among then the supranational approach should be adequately considered when dealing with the spread of Humanism-Renaissance.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Pierre Drap; Djamal Merad; Julien Seinturier; Jean-Marc Boi; Daniela Peloso; Guido Vannini; Michele Nucciotti; Elisa Pruno;
    Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
    Country: Italy

    The paper presents an interdisciplinary project which is a work in progress towards a 3D Geographical Information System (GIS) dedicated to Cultural Heritage with a specific focus application on the Castle of Shawbak, one of the best preserved rural medieval settlements in the entire Middle East). The Shawbak archaeological project is a specific and integrated project between medieval archaeological research and computer vision done thanks to a long cooperation between University of Florence and CNRS, LSIS, Marseille. Focusing mainly on stratigraphical analysis of upstanding structures we provide archaeologists with two-step pipeline. First a survey process using photogrammetry, both in a traditional way with additional annotations and using the most advanced technique to obtain dense maps and then a tool for statistical analysis. Two main applications are presented here, stratigraphy analysis with Harris matrix computed on the fly from the 3D viewer and statistical tools, clustering operation on ashlar in order to show new relationships between the measured artifacts. All these developments are written in Java within Arpenteur framework[4].

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Daniela Poli;
    Publisher: Firenze University Press
    Country: Italy

    Although still in a provisional form, as befits a field of study still undergoing consolidation, the text tries to summarize the results that emerged from the contributions collected in the volume and from their comparison; outlining, even before real conclusions, a series of clues, cues and problematic issues with which scientific reflection will have to face in the near future. Therefore, they are to be read as many beginnings of research paths, to be followed towards a plausible way of including ecosystem services in the bioregional planning of the territory.

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