Autumn School – Detecting Cultural Landscape in Mediterranean Archaeology

Detecting Cultural Landscape in Mediterranean Archaeology (DeCLaMA)

TERRE DEL CHIANTI – SEPTEMBER 17th- 22nd 2012

The combination “landscape-archaeology” represents a great opportunity for economic and social development. This perspective formed the idea of this course. The traces of the historical land use represent the main elements in the  Mediterranean Cultural Landscape, characterized by the same variety and beauty of the archaeological and architectural heritage, but poor known.

The course is aimed to give the tools for discovering and preserving the Cultural Landscapes, working towards their analysis and evaluation mainly in archaeological areas, proposing an innovative perspective of management by a multidisciplinary approach, involving botanists, archaeologists, geographers, land managers and architects.

 Organisation:

Agrarian Sciences Museums University of Naples Federico II ?

INNOVA – Centre for Development and Transfer of Innovation for ? Cultural and
Environmental Heritage ?

The Chianti Classico Wine Consortium ?

Fondazione per la Tutela del Territorio del Chianti Classico

Partners:

Badia a Coltibuono Estate

Florida State University, Department of Classics ? ATS – Archaeolandscapes
Tech & Survey

Laboratory of Landscape Archaeology & Remote Sensing
University of Siena

ICHNOS: Archeologia, Ambiente e Sperimentazione

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