Bua, Francesca (2011) La Scala del tempo e la scala dello spazio: l'apporto storico-archeologico nell'analisi territoriale e paesaggistica: prove di metodo. Doctoral Thesis.
This thesis is, principally, a methodological experiment aimed at organising historical-archaeological information into a functional system that could be used on a vast scale in the field of planning. The methodological approach takes on a a multi-scalar temporal and spatial view, and conceives of the concept of scale as an interpretative instrument which also influences the results of the research. Moreover, the decision to construct a graphic synthesis of the vast collection of documents making up the heterogeneous base for the research is a consequence of the methodological approach. The material has been systemised into visual representations of anthropisation processes and so-called chronosystems, i.e. the formal and structural outcomes of territorialisation. The geographic area that has been selected for testing the model is situated in the north-west of Sardinia. The typical chronosystems of six chronological phases have been identified, and the time-period for the analysis starts off from the pre-historic age and goes on up until contemporary age, which is an unusually long scope. The application of this methodology represents a new approach to historic studies of contemporary landscape. The research has been influenced by different factors and conditions, such as the phenomenon of continuous construction and settlement in the area and the various historic, structural, functional and symbolic tendencies affecting the relation between the city and the territory.
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