Riconoscimento e tutela di un complesso monumentale storico in ambiente urbano mediante l’integrazione di metodologie di rilevamento e di tecniche geofisiche non distruttive: l'area di Santa Croce nel quartiere Castello a Cagliari

Andrea Pirinu, Roberto Balia

Abstract


Developing a protocol for the multidisciplinary investigation of historical monumental complexes in urban environments covers a paramount role in protecting the architectural and landscape heritage. To this purpose, integrating the investigation methodologies typical of architecture with the geophysical ones has proved useful in assessing the conditions of the places and of the works, so as to identify and represent their modifications.
Comparing data from different disciplinary contributions (historical, archaeological and geophysical ones) has specifically allowed the organisation and assessment of an investigating protocol aiming to the representation, protection and valorisation of the bastion layout; in particular, it has contributed to define its stylistic architectural features, and improve knowledge of the military work operation and of its current layout, even in view of any further planning intervention in an area where, furthermore, the realisation of a parking lot buried at the basis of the 16th century bastion is being considered.


Keywords


architectural survey; history of architecture; applied geophysics; urban historical complexes; multi-disciplinary research

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/RA-23458

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