Presentazione” e “Conservazione” dei contesti antichi: alcuni casi di intervento sulle rovine

Aldo Renato Daniele Accardi

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The interventionist experience of our times shows a marked trend towards the enhancement of the archaeological heritage at all costs, sometimes perpetuated almost without a selection of real possibilities of execution or a more sensible sustainability and durability of the intervention. We can not continue to think of having to give the public everything and immediately, because, if they lack the necessary resources or a real interest from the community, we run the risk of leaving the "re-emerged" ruins in the open, at the mercy of an enjoyment distracted or exposed to significant and looting, as well as the relentless degradation, but also to generate, over time, a disaffection with the same issues of conservation. The risk is that of not being able to take into account the different types of intervention that every single archaeological reality requires, forcing almost uniform the possible treatments of the ruins, they've all, albeit heterogeneous, their reason to exist. Today the needs of archeology presentation, fulcrum of the nouvelle nouvelle muséologie theories and archeology, have led to a varied series of interventions on the ruins which provides an essential basis for the promotion of new conservative actions (tangible and intangible), all legal and all practicable depending on the case. Actions which, despite their absolute diversity, can coexist peacefully, especially when taken in reality quite complex archaeological. Often the museum display of archaeological sites has been a sort of "preventive conservation" from which are derived more targeted measures, more sustainable, and also self-financed from the economic revenue produced by the presence of the public that the same strategies of presentation of the property protected have recalled. They will report some national cases in which various hedging "hybrid" systems - ie straddling simple protective structures and real museum on the ruins - have given rise to interesting and sustainable processes of conservation and presentation of archeology in situ. There will be comparisons with the most significant trials conducted in the rest of Europe. and also self-financed from the economic revenue produced by the presence of the public that the same strategies of presentation of the property protected drew. They will report some national cases in which various hedging "hybrid" systems - ie straddling simple protective structures and real museum on the ruins - have given rise to interesting and sustainable processes of conservation and presentation of archeology in situ. There will be comparisons with the most significant trials conducted in the rest of Europe. and also self-financed from the economic revenue produced by the presence of the public that the same strategies of presentation of the property protected drew. They will report some national cases in which various hedging "hybrid" systems - ie straddling simple protective structures and real museum on the ruins - have given rise to interesting and sustainable processes of conservation and presentation of archeology in situ. There will be comparisons with the most significant trials conducted in the rest of Europe. They will report some national cases in which various hedging "hybrid" systems - ie straddling simple protective structures and real museum on the ruins - have given rise to interesting and sustainable processes of conservation and presentation of archeology in situ. There will be comparisons with the most significant trials conducted in the rest of Europe. They will report some natio
Original languageItalian
Pages343-350
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2008
Externally publishedYes

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