Monthly Archives: March 2012

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Via Appia Antica, as is most of the Roman countryside, is a landscape layered with time and memories, natural and man-made. The discoveries of the ruins, the presence or absence of physical remains and their fragmentation were the basis for the concept of the project, expressed through conceptual model. Stratigraphic reading of history of Rome …

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The construction of amphitheatres responded to the undulations of landscape. Romans had technological means to separate the structure and its situation, for convenience of access and control. Research of some aspects of amphitheatre construction showed how amphitheatres themselves were adapted to become an artificial topography.  The image shows the ruins of Roman amphitheatre at Caerleon …

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