Busonera, Roberto (2014) Leggere il territorio dell'archeologia: l'area archeologica di Neapolis (OR) tra politiche di tutela e processi di valorizzazione e fruizione. Doctoral Thesis.
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Facing a critical discussion on the issues related to the relationship between architecture and archeology involves the examination of several issues, under discussion and study. The problem of transformation of the territory on which insist existing historical arises when any project comes into contact with archeology and the difficulty increases exponentially with the increase of the possible points of contact, overlap and integration between seniority and the contemporary.
In Sardinia, the widespread presence of historical remains imposes the need for a process of protection not limited to a local vision, focused solely to routine maintenance of the remains to preserve.
The conservation entrusted to the presence and application of the constraints and to the current policies of protection appears ineffective and often results in protective enclosures, untouchable in theory and extremely fragile in practice. Impervious limits to life and to everything that happens externally, which exclude the pre-existence from a system to collective perception, necessary to the enjoyment of an archaeological site not only by “authorized personnel”, but also to those coming from "outside".
The work aims to provide some guidelines for the valorization and the reuse of archaeological heritage, inquiring on possible ways of integration with the local and supra, through an exemplification of the method applied to the site of Neapolis (OR).
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