The present work is intended to provide preliminary results about the ongoing collaboration in the study of a site located in the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, the Regio VII, Insula 14. The research group include expert in archaeology, geomatics and structural engineering disciplines belonging to the University of Genoa. The aim of this cooperative work is twofold: on the one hand, to deepen the designated use that rooms had in the past and their spatial layout, examining the surviving hints about what is no longer visible; on the other hand, to analyse the state-of-the-art in terms of structural behaviour, checking the eventual necessity of urgent retrofitting interventions. In this scenario, there is the necessity of a high quality surveying, geometrically and thematically reliable, in order to allow further studies basing on the 3D representation of the entire "insula" and 2D projection of each wall. A description of the site of interest is reported, then information about the survey campaign performed in September 2020 employing Photogrammetry, Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS), Total Station (TS) and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) techniques follows. A brief excursus about the survey operations and the ongoing post-processing is shown, with a mention to the expectations about the final results.

Analysis of historical evolution and present state of conservation of Regio VII, Insula 14 in Pompeii

Alice Capobianco;Sara Gagliolo;Silvia Pallecchi;Domenico Sguerso
2021

Abstract

The present work is intended to provide preliminary results about the ongoing collaboration in the study of a site located in the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, the Regio VII, Insula 14. The research group include expert in archaeology, geomatics and structural engineering disciplines belonging to the University of Genoa. The aim of this cooperative work is twofold: on the one hand, to deepen the designated use that rooms had in the past and their spatial layout, examining the surviving hints about what is no longer visible; on the other hand, to analyse the state-of-the-art in terms of structural behaviour, checking the eventual necessity of urgent retrofitting interventions. In this scenario, there is the necessity of a high quality surveying, geometrically and thematically reliable, in order to allow further studies basing on the 3D representation of the entire "insula" and 2D projection of each wall. A description of the site of interest is reported, then information about the survey campaign performed in September 2020 employing Photogrammetry, Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS), Total Station (TS) and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) techniques follows. A brief excursus about the survey operations and the ongoing post-processing is shown, with a mention to the expectations about the final results.
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