The paper concerns the topographical survey and the 3D reconstruction of a Roman bridge-aqueduct located immediately to the south of Hierapolis in Phrygia(south-western Turkey), along the ancient route directed to Colosse and the internal Anatolia; only its southern abutment and scarce remains of the northern oneare preserved. It is in a very difficult location, inside the narrow and deep valley, and it was never studied before. During the 2011 field work campaign of theItalian Archaeological Mission, it was surveyed using a high precision differential GPS system (for the plan documentation and its positioning in the digitalarchaeological map of Hierapolis) and through a Motorized Robotic Total Station (for the documentation of the elevation and the creation of a 3D model of thesouthern side) with the aim of its virtual reconstruction.
|Numero di pagine||5|
|Rivista||Virtual Archaeology Review|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|