During an archaeological excavation, very often the need arises for safety, through a series of specific interventions aimed at stabilizing the structural integrity of the finds found; as in the case of House III M in the Hellenistic Roman district of Agrigento, a context of collapse in which plaster finds were found. At the same time as these findings, numerous prompt interventions were conducted and in one case, a restoration was carried out on a particular fragment of plaster from a shelf, which allowed to restore the integrity of the fragment.
|Title of host publication||I colori di Agrigentum - Mostra archeologica Museo Archeologico Regionale Pietro Griffo di Agrigento 1 Dicembre 2019 - 8 Marzo 2020|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|