Archeomatica 2022-06-24T21:16:07+02:00 Renzo Carlucci Open Journal Systems <p><em>Archeomatica</em> è una nuova rivista multidisciplinare, stampata in Italia, dedicata alla presentazione e alla diffusione di metodologie avanzate, tecnologie emergenti e tecniche per la conoscenza, la documentazione, salvaguardia, conservazione e valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale.</p> Tra innovazione e conservazione: i gigapixel in Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria 2022-06-24T10:28:24+02:00 Eleonora Ligas <p>The rennovation of the National Gallery of Umbria is an excellent case study of the relationship between art and technology. Beside the construction work, Haltadefinizione conducted an ambitious digitization project involving more than one hundred works of art, including paintings, statues, altarpieces and furnishings. Ultra-high definition 3D digitization delivers a digital archive to the museum, which supports enhanced uses online and offline, including cataloging, reproductions, documentation of conservation status and scholarship.</p> 2022-06-24T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Archeomatica Riqualificazione del Museo Dante a Ravenna in chiave tecnologica 2022-06-24T10:34:51+02:00 Touchwindow <p>The Municipality of Ravenna has commissioned the total technological refitting of the exhibition rooms of the Dante Museum to the company Touchwindow, professionals in the creation, design, production, activation and management of highly interactive spaces. Touchwindow has made the different environments more attractive to visitors, completely revolutionizing the customer experience through immersive paths with audio-visual effects and software capable of conveying information in interactive mode.</p> 2022-06-24T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Archeomatica Robotica e Compatibilità 2022-06-24T08:05:44+02:00 Redazione MediaGEO 2022-06-24T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Archeomatica GlobaLID: A new database and interactive web tool for provenancing archaeological metals 2022-06-24T10:21:35+02:00 Thomas Rose Sabine Klein Yiu-Kang Hsu Katrin J. Westner <p>Lead isotope signatures of non-ferrous metals are a well-established approach to tracing ore sources, which can provide important information to reconstruct past exchange networks. Like many other provenancing methods, the usefulness of lead isotopes in provenance studies relies heavily on a comprehensive reference database. GlobaLID aims to provide an infrastructure for a central storage of lead isotope data. It consists of a comprehensively evaluated database with extensive geological and contextual information and of a web application that provides an intuitive interface to interact with the database, options for comparison with own sample data, and to design and download publication-ready lead isotope plots.</p> 2022-06-24T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Archeomatica Conoscenza e divulgazione del patrimonio culturale. Analisi e rilievo del Mausoleo di Sant’Urbano sulla via Appia Antica 2022-06-24T08:21:49+02:00 Maria Grazia Cianci Sara Colaceci <p>The paper focuses on the basilica in Contrada S. Salvatore and the epigean. The Mausoleum of Sant’Urbano is located on the IV mile of the Via Appia Antica. The Italian State acquired the mausoleum in 2021, which became part of the Appia Antica Archaeological Park. This opportunity made it possible to enter into a scientific collaboration agreement between the park, the Department of Architecture of the University of Roma Tre and the Department of Humanities, Philosophy and History of Art of the University of Rome Tor Vergata. The objectives aim at the implementation of study, survey and analysis activities of the artifact.</p> 2022-06-24T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Archeomatica “Metal Detectors”: la tecnologia attuale per la prospezione archeologica 2022-06-24T08:31:31+02:00 Renato Di Cesare <p>The "metal detector" is an instrument that uses some electromagnetic properties of metals to detect the presence of metal objects buried in the ground. Originally developed for military applications, more precisely to clear minefields, metal detectors find use in many other applications: from the detection of weapons on passengers in airports to geological and (with many<br>reserves) archaeological research, or, more simply, to the identification of electrical cables or metal pipes underground or in the walls of buildings.</p> 2022-06-24T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Archeomatica