Uso dei droni in archeologia. Intervista a Giuseppe Ceraudo.

Nel servizio di Giacomo Semeraro di La7, si parla dell’utilizzo dei droni in ambito archeologico e dell’eccezionale ausilio nelle attività di monitoraggio del territorio. Intervistati Giuseppe Ceraudo (docente di Aerotopografia Archeologica – Università del Salento) e Gabriele Santiccioli (Presidente FlyTop).

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Nel mese di settembre si svolgerà la prima Summer School in “Archeologia Area e Telerilevamento di prossimità con Sistemi Aeromobili a Pilotaggio Remoto (droni)” organizzata da Giuseppe Ceraudo a Castrocielo (FR) in occasione della campagna di scavi archeologica autunnale ad Aquinum.

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Summer School in “Archeologia Area e Telerilevamento di prossimità con Sistemi Aeromobili a Pilotaggio Remoto (droni)”

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E’ disponibile nella sezione “Bandi e Concorsi” del sito Unisalento, l’Avviso di selezione pubblica per partecipare alla prima Summer School in “Archeologia Area e Telerilevamento di prossimità con Sistemi Aeromobili a Pilotaggio Remoto (droni)”.


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II SUMMER SCHOOL in Archeologia Aerea e Telerilevamento di prossimità con Sistemi Aeromobili a Pilotaggio Remoto (droni)

Dal 31 agosto al 6 Settembre 2015 ad Aquinum (Castrocielo – Frosinone) si svolgerà la II SUMMER SCHOOL in Archeologia Aerea e Telerilevamento di prossimità con Sistemi Aeromobili a Pilotaggio Remoto (droni).

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Informazioni su modalità di partecipazione, costi e contatti, sono disponibili al link di seguito Aquinum_Summer_School_2015

L’archeologo con le ali (TG1 Rai 17 marzo 2015)

Risale a ieri, in concomitanza con il Roma Drone Conference, il servizio del TG1 sull’utilizzo dei droni in archeologia. Intervistato il prof. Giuseppe Ceraudo racconta degli straordinari risultati ottenuti dall’utilizzo dei droni e delle nuove possibili applicazioni in ambito archeologico.

Per le riprese su Aquinum: Giovanni Murro #murrophotography – facebook.com/murrophotography – http://www.murrophotography.com/
Per le riprese sul molo di San Cataldo: Roberto Leone http://www.onboardcamera.it/ – info@onboardcamera.it

The Porta Romana

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The Porta Romana was the entrance to the western city of Aquinum. It is a monumental gate with a single arch, a square, made of large blocks of travertine. Can be seen today, next to the Via Latina, the base part of the elevation of the jambs and the attack of the walls, as well as several blocks belonging to the same door and the walls, preserved to the sides and above the structures.

The door is an integral part of the defensive circuit of the Roman colony. The walls are now only partially preserved in its path, but it is easy to read in all its historical path from aerial photos and is passed down from literary sources.

The Porta San Lorenzo

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The Porta San Lorenzo (from close to a medieval church dedicated to the saint and remembered in medieval sources at the beginning of the fourteenth century.) Is located on the Via Latina in the eastern sector of the urban area of Aquinum. It is a door to a rectangular shaft preserved almost entirely built of square blocks of local travertine. The base is decorated on the facades, and for a short distance along the short sides, from a socket molded with profile groove descending. The entrance arches, east and west, are all in the sixth with a single ring segments and an aperture of 3.60 m. On the western side, on the sides of the arch, there are two rectangular receipts, for the housing of decorative elements.

The Arch

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In the eastern suburb of Aquinum is the honorary arch so-called ” di Marcantonio”. The attribution of this, very suggestive, draws its origins by Cicero (Cic. Philipp., II, 41, 105-106). The monument is one of the oldest examples of honorary arch known in Italy. Built in blocks of local travertine, the Arch missing of the entire top. The lower part of the monument is not visible, because is  submerged by a water course.

The elegant shape of the arc “Marcantonio” have always aroused interest: in the  Renaissance is designed and integrated with hypothetical reconstructions, by Antonio and Giuliano da Sangallo, Sallustio Peruzzi, Giovannantonio Dosio.
The construction of the monument is dated to around the years 41-40 BC

The Via Latina

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The Via Latina is one of the oldest roads in Italy. Already existing in protohistoric and archaic ages, the path that characterizes the Liri valley was settled around the IV-III century. BC, during the Roman colonization of southern Lazio. Leaving Rome at Porta Capena together with the Queen of Roads (the Appian Way), the Via Latina came in Capua through several major centers. Aquinum was one of these.

In the urban structure of Aquinum the Via Latina plays a key role, being the decumanus maximus of the city, along which were the main monuments.