Research on the Theatre at Hierapolis Phrygia:An Integrated Approach

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Abstract

Since 2004 the Theatre at Hierapolis in Phrygia has been the centre of a new research programme, led by Prof. Dr. Francesco D’Andria of Università del Salento, that incorporates architectural study, restorations and the monument’s presentation to the public. The programme has been conducted by the architectural historians from Politecnico di Torino and experts in 3D modelling and graphical restoration from IBAMLecce.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteVon Handaufmass bis High Tech 3 3D in der Historischen Bauforschung
Pagine75-81
Numero di pagine7
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2011

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Limoncelli, M. (2011). Research on the Theatre at Hierapolis Phrygia:An Integrated Approach. In Von Handaufmass bis High Tech 3 3D in der Historischen Bauforschung (pagg. 75-81)

Research on the Theatre at Hierapolis Phrygia:An Integrated Approach. / Limoncelli, Massimo.

Von Handaufmass bis High Tech 3 3D in der Historischen Bauforschung. 2011. pag. 75-81.

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Limoncelli, M 2011, Research on the Theatre at Hierapolis Phrygia:An Integrated Approach. in Von Handaufmass bis High Tech 3 3D in der Historischen Bauforschung. pagg. 75-81.
Limoncelli M. Research on the Theatre at Hierapolis Phrygia:An Integrated Approach. In Von Handaufmass bis High Tech 3 3D in der Historischen Bauforschung. 2011. pag. 75-81
Limoncelli, Massimo. / Research on the Theatre at Hierapolis Phrygia:An Integrated Approach. Von Handaufmass bis High Tech 3 3D in der Historischen Bauforschung. 2011. pagg. 75-81
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