Reconstruction of the medieval forma urbis of some demic sites in Terra di Lucania (Basilicata, Italy)

A remarkable population decrease develops, during the XVI century, in the kingdom of Naples. It was certainly dued to the infant mortality, to the fall in the birth rate and to a series of epidemic diseases such as the plague (called "Black Death").The most evident consequence was the passing of many hamlets and small towns and, asresult, there was...

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Κύριοι συγγραφείς: Fonseca C.D., Cinquegrana de Divitiis L., Masini N., Pellettieri A., Potenza M.R.
Συλλογικό Έργο: International symposium on the conservation of monuments in the Mediterranean, International Group on the Conservation of Monuments in the Mediterranean Basin (I.G.C.M.M.), Community of Mediterranean Univ., ΕΜΠ, European Commission - Directorate General X, Intern. Centr. of Mediterranean Studies, Νομαρχία Δωδεκανήσου, Δήμος Ρόδου, ΤΕΕ - Τμ. Δωδεκανήσου
Κατηγορία Υλικού: Εισήγηση συνεδρίου
Γλώσσα: Ιταλικά
Γλώσσα περίληψης: Αγγλικά
Στοιχεία έκδοσης: ΤΕΕ , 1997
Πηγή:Νέες αντιλήψεις,τεχνολογίες και υλικά για τη συντήρηση και διαχείριση ιστορικών πόλεων και συνόλων (4ο:1997:Ρόδος, Ελλάδα) / / ed. A. Moropoulou, E. Zezza, E. Kollias, I. Papachristodoul . τ.3
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Γενική θεματική ενότητα:ΑΡΧΙΤΕΚΤΟΝΙΚΗ
Διαδίκτυο:Το πλήρες κείμενο
Φυσική περιγραφή:vol.3, pp.515-531 : fig.
Βιβλιογραφία:Biblgr.:p.531
Εκδότης:ΤΕΕ
Περίληψη:A remarkable population decrease develops, during the XVI century, in the kingdom of Naples. It was certainly dued to the infant mortality, to the fall in the birth rate and to a series of epidemic diseases such as the plague (called "Black Death").The most evident consequence was the passing of many hamlets and small towns and, asresult, there was a redistribution of the population. Many people, in fact, poured into the mostimportant demic centres.Many of these centres sprang up under the Norman domination around 1000. The "Conquest Plan" of gens normannorum, in fact, provided for decentralize the population. So, people went from the big towns to the new centres .Gradually, with the end of the Norman-Swabian kingdom, the mainly part of these new sites lost their role. In the documentation of protoangioina Age there are traces of many calls for help from people of these sites to the King because of the precarious state of conservation of the churches, of the town layout and of the city walls. On the other hand, Angevin kings fostered development of the most important towns, leaving the demic sites to their fate. Shortly these sites disappeared from the history scene. The C.N.R. International Institute of Frederick Studies, among its research projects, has focalized its resources on the study of the buried demic sites in Basilicala (Italy) in Medieval Age.The purpose of our work is to study and to reconstruct some of these buried sites, for their conservation and the preservation, from historical, structural and mineralogic points of view in a multidisciplinary task force that's the characteristic of the International Institute of Frederick Studies. (AU)
ISBN:960-7018-59-1 (set)
960-7018-62-1 (τ.3)
Κωδικός DEWEY:711.59 - (Ιστορικα κεντρα:Αναπλαση οικισμων)
721.02880945 - (Προστασία μνημείων:Αρχιτεκτονικός σχεδιασμός-Ιταλία)
363.69094 - (Πολιτιστική κληρονομιά-Ιταλία)
DEWEY Γενικού θέματος:720 - (ΑΡΧΙΤΕΚΤΟΝΙΚΗ)