OSTIA ANTICA – (Rome)
The territory and the archaeological area
In collaboration with the Archaeological Superintendency of Ostia and the various institutions that over the years have succeeded each other in protecting the archaeological area, we have been present in the territory for the documentation of buildings and artefacts since 1984.
QUIRINALE – (Rome)
The Palace and its historical phases
In collaboration with the General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Republic – Historical Heritage, 3D models were created from 2004 to 2016 based on accurate topographic and detail documentation (planimetries and sections / prospects) and virtual reconstructions of the construction phases of the whole complex, made in relation to the study of historical and documentary archival sources.
SAN GIOVENALE (Blera)
The Etruscan archaeological area
In collaboration with the Swedish Superior Institute for Classical Studies in Rome, from 1996 to 2002 planimetric surveys of the Etruscan town of San Giovenale and the digitization of the archive drawings were carried out.
SAN GIOVENALE RESULTS OF EXCAVATIONS CONDUCTED BY: The Swedish Institute of classical studies at Rome and the soprintendenza alle antichità ell’etruria meridionaleVol. V, Fasc. 1 THE BORGO EXCAVATING AN ETRUSCAN QUARTER: ARCHITECTURE AND STRATIGRAPHYBy: CARL NYLANDER, BÖRJE BLOMÉ, LARS KARLSSON and ANGELA BIZZARRO, GIUSEPPE, STEFANO AND ALESSANDRO TILIA With appendices by: BARBARA BELELLI MARCHESINI, KERSTIN BELLERBA & BRITA ALROTH, ANGELA BIZZARRO, SHELDON JUDSON, MARIE KLINGSPOR ROTSTEIN & DANIEL KWIATKOW SKI, ÖRJAN WIKANDER.
The Vettii House
In collaboration with the Central Institute for Restoration in Rome, from 1997 to 2006, numerous documentation campaigns were carried out concerning the architecture of the Vettii House, the 3D model and 3D GIS for data collection and analysis for restoration.
In collaboration with Saint Peter’s Factory – Vatican City, from 1999 to 2000 the topographic and detail (2D and 3D) survey of a sector of the Vatican Necropolis was carried out, aimed at its restoration project.
The territory and the protohistorical archaeological sites
In collaboration with the Archaeological Superintendency of Naples and subsequently, with the University of Suor Orsola Benincasa in Naples and with ENEA, Dept. of Innovation, beginning in 1986, topographic and detail surveys, land surveys and 3D reconstructions have been carried out in particular for what concerns the archaeological excavation of Punta Alaca.