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Optimization of cutting processes in archaeological sites

Cennamo, C., Chiaia, B. M., Masoero, E., Scaini, S., DAyala, D and Fodde, E 2008. Optimization of cutting processes in archaeological sites. Presented at: 6th International Conference on Structural Analysis of Historic Construction (SAHC 2008), Bath, England, 2-4 July 2008. Published in: D'Ayala, Dina and Fodde, Enrico eds. Structural Analysis of Historic Construction: Preserving Safety and Significance, Two Volume Set. CRC Press, pp. 867-874.

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The archaeological complex, that was discovered in December 2003 in Piazza Nicola Amore during the excavation works for Line 1 of the underground railway system, was identified by archaeologists as a Greek age Gymnasium. It represents the final part of a long path that the ancient Greek athletes, the Lampadodromi, ran through in honour of Parthenope, the goddess symbol of Naples. Later, in the Roman age, emperor August allowed the winners of his Neapolitan Isolimpic Games, the Sebastà, to have their names engraved on its arcade marbles, where they can still be read.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Date Type: Published Online
Status: Published
Schools: Engineering
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780429151965
Last Modified: 06 Jan 2024 02:10

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