A study initiated in collaboration between the University of Florence and the Archaeological Park of Pompeii aims at the knowledge of the degenerative dynamics of the site in order to develop risk management and control systems aimed at safety of use and maintenance. Investigations disseminated in the villa and detailed on specific portions have begun to create a clearer picture of conservation issues.

Villa San Marco at Stabia. Dynamics of decay and perspectives for deepening and safeguarding / Michele Coppola, Giacomo Tempesta, Giulia Poli. - In: PROCEDIA STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY. - ISSN 2452-3216. - ELETTRONICO. - 29:(2020), pp. 175-182.

Villa San Marco at Stabia. Dynamics of decay and perspectives for deepening and safeguarding

Michele Coppola
Conceptualization
;
Giacomo Tempesta
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2020

Abstract

A study initiated in collaboration between the University of Florence and the Archaeological Park of Pompeii aims at the knowledge of the degenerative dynamics of the site in order to develop risk management and control systems aimed at safety of use and maintenance. Investigations disseminated in the villa and detailed on specific portions have begun to create a clearer picture of conservation issues.
2020
29
175
182
Michele Coppola, Giacomo Tempesta, Giulia Poli
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