Palinsesti programmati nell’Alto Adriatico?
Decifrare, conservare, pianificare e comunicare il paesaggio. Atti della giornata di Studi (Venezia, 18 aprile 2019)
Palinsesti Programmati nell’Alto Adriatico? Decifrare, conservare, comunicare e pianificare il paesaggio collects the proceedings of a single-day workshop focused on the multidisciplinary study of the Northern Adriatic landscapes. The authors of contributions address the issue of Northern Adriatic landscape, perceived as a palimpsest resulting from the interaction between man and the environment through time. Five case studies from different areas describe the methodology and techniques for deciphering the landscape and recognizing long-term occupation strategies and possible ties between the ancient landscape and nowadays.
Middle Ages • Environmental changes • Flood management • Land reclamation • Istrian Peninsula • Hydrological hazards • Multidisciplinary approach • Archaeological research • Trieste Karst • Medieval wooden port • Surface survey • Northeastern Italy • Memory • Resilience • ALS • Holocene • Po plain • Venetian-Friulian Plain • Landscape • Identity • Venice Lagoon • Settlements • Geoarchaeology • Extraction of salt by evaporation process • Archaeological landscape • LGM • Mean sea level • Early Middle Ages • Comacchio • Heritage protection • Cervia’s territory