SURVEY AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF ANCIENT MONUMENTS

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SURVEY AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF ANCIENT MONUMENTS
Teaching
SURVEY AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF ANCIENT MONUMENTS
Subject area
L-ANT/09
Degree course
EUROPEAN HERITAGE, DIGITAL MEDIA AND THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
Course type
Laurea Magistrale
Credits
6.0
Teaching hours
Ore Attività frontale: 42.0
Academic year
2019/2020
Year taught
2019/2020
Course year
1
Language
INGLESE
Subject matter
INTERNAZIONALE
Professor
AMICI Carla Maria

Course description

Good knowledge of history and ancient architecture; curiosity and critical attitude.

Principles of ancient building technique, for a  critical understanding of ancient   constructions through the analysis of monumental     structures, with specific reference to the monuments of the Greek and Roman culture. Construction methodology and processes, spatial interpretation of  architectural complexes. Principles of diagnostics applied to the analysis of ancient walls and buildings, in the context of conservation and restoration of cultural heritage.

Methodology of direct and indirect survey, computerized systems applied in drawing and virtual reconstructions. Participation in  survey exercises  is compulsory.  (CFU  2)

Good knowledge of  ancient building technique,  with specific reference to the monuments of the Greek and Roman culture. Expertise in  direct and indirect survey, and elementary know-how in virtual reconstruction of ancient  buildings.

Lectures,  guided tours  and inspections, practical exercises.

 

Oral examination on ancient building technique, critical analysis of ancient monuments, and results of practical exercises.

Booking procedure for examinations:

The use of the procedures provided by the system VOL is compulsory.

For exam dates and timetables:

https://www.unisalento.it/scheda-utente/-/people/carlamaria.amici

 

The exam schedule  will follow the update of the Department  calendar, not available at the moment.

Please check 

https://www.unisalento.it/scheda-utente/-/people/carlamaria.amici

conctact: cm.amici@unisalento.it

Principles of ancient building technique, for a  critical understanding of ancient   constructions through the analysis of monumental     structures, with specific reference to the monuments of the Greek and Roman culture. Construction methodology and processes, spatial interpretation of  architectural complexes. Principles of diagnostics applied to the analysis of ancient walls and buildings, in the context of conservation and restoration of cultural heritage.

Methodology of direct and indirect survey, computerized systems applied in drawing and virtual reconstructions. Participation in  survey exercises  is compulsory.  (CFU  2)

C.F.GIULIANI                     L’edilizia nell’antichità                                             Roma 2006

and/or J.P. ADAM                 L’Arte di costruire presso i Romani                         Milano 1988

and/or L LANCASTER            Concrete Vaulted Construction in Imperial Rome

Cambridge University Press, 2005

 

CM. AMICI               “Innovative solutions in the organization of construction process” in  Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Construction History, Cambridge 2006, pp. 167-176.

 

and/or CM. AMICI    “Hidden iron: high tech devices  in roman imperial architecture”, Proceedings of the Fifth                International Congress on Construction History, Chicago 2015, pp. 63-71.

 

At the beginning of the course,  non-attending students can agree on an alternative program with the teacher.

 

Semester
Secondo Semestre (dal 24/02/2020 al 29/05/2020)

Exam type
Non obbligatorio

Type of assessment
Orale - Voto Finale

Course timetable
https://easyroom.unisalento.it/Orario

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