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LINE AND POINTS. Critical analysis of evolution of archaeological survey in forty years of experiences in Umbria.

Fabio Bianconi, Marco Filippucci, Sofia Catalucci



 The research aims to highlight peculiarities, values, reliability of archaeological survey in its transition from analogue to digital. More in detail, the proposal is based on the comparison between the traditional drawing approach and the technique of photomodelling, in order to show their mutual potentialities and speculating also possible interactions. From one point of view, the reference is the Roberto de Rubertis’ thirty-year lesson, demonstrated by 330 tables of archaeological survey, which represent the cultural assets of Umbria drawn between 1970 and 2000, paradigmatic examples of the centrality of the graphic result; from the other side, it is the modelling of cultural assets obtained from photographs during almost a decade of didactic experiences, from witch is possible to analyze the reliability and logics proposed by the models.


representation, traditional drawing technique, photomodelling

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