https://ojs.mediageo.it/index.php/archeomatica/issue/feed Archeomatica 2024-04-10T20:33:00+02:00 Renzo Carlucci dir@archeomatica.it Open Journal Systems <p><em>Archeomatica</em> è una nuova rivista multidisciplinare, stampata in Italia, dedicata alla presentazione e alla diffusione di metodologie avanzate, tecnologie emergenti e tecniche per la conoscenza, la documentazione, salvaguardia, conservazione e valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale.</p> https://ojs.mediageo.it/index.php/archeomatica/article/view/1984 Archivi, cartografia storica, GIS Contesti digitali comuni e sinergie 2024-04-10T19:45:39+02:00 Paolo Buonora paolo.buonora@gmail.com <p>The paper describes some experiences carried out in the past years bringing together old and new professional knowledge, in the context of digital technologies relating to digital libraries and GIS. The projects mentioned – Imago project at the State Archives of Rome, WebGIS Descriptio Romae financed by CARIPLO, project “The walls of L'Aquila in archive documents” – provide examples of increasing complexity in integrating correctly descriptive standards and opportunities offered by information technology.</p> 2024-04-10T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Archeomatica https://ojs.mediageo.it/index.php/archeomatica/article/view/1985 Rome Reborn 4.0: A virtual tour into the heart of the Eternal City 2024-04-10T19:51:42+02:00 Michele Fasolo michele.fasolo@gmail.com 2024-04-10T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Archeomatica https://ojs.mediageo.it/index.php/archeomatica/article/view/1986 Il tracollo culturale dell'Ellenismo: una lezione per il presente e un'allerta per il futuro della scienza 2024-04-10T20:01:06+02:00 Redazione MediaGEO redazionemediageo@gmail.com <p>In this interview with Archeomatica, Lucio Russo, a physicist, mathematician, and historian of science, delves into a critical turning point in human history: the abrupt collapse of Hellenistic scientific knowledge following the tumultuous Roman conquest of the Mediterranean in the 2nd century BCE. Examining the near-total loss of writings and philosophical-scientific works from that era, the distinguished scholar highlights the challenge of recovering and fully understanding the lost scientific legacy. Throughout the conversation, reflections on potential parallels with the present situation emerge, emphasizing the danger of cultural regression in the age of digital knowledge. A thoughtful exploration that encourages us to carefully scrutinize the past in order to shape clear perspectives on the future of science and culture.</p> 2024-04-10T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Archeomatica https://ojs.mediageo.it/index.php/archeomatica/article/view/1987 Ripercorrere la Roma Quadrata - Intervista a Piero Meogrossi 2024-04-10T20:10:21+02:00 Redazione MediaGEO redazionemediageo@gmail.com <p>The interview discusses how paintings like those by Mantegna and Leombruno depict ancient Rome, blending myth and history to celebrate the religious power and humanistic culture of the 15th century, while suggesting a labyrinthine topography of the eternal city, integrating Christian and pagan elements into a complex symbolic and political fabric.</p> 2024-04-10T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Archeomatica https://ojs.mediageo.it/index.php/archeomatica/article/view/1983 MMDCCL XXVII ab Urbe condita… archeomatica di tre visioni di Roma 2024-04-10T19:40:51+02:00 Michele Fasolo michele.fasolo@gmail.com 2024-04-10T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Archeomatica https://ojs.mediageo.it/index.php/archeomatica/article/view/1988 Immagini di Roma da Donatello a Domenichino 2024-04-10T20:15:11+02:00 Francesca Salvemini francesca.salvemini@archeomatica.it <p>The essay suggests a brief archeological imagine of ancient Rome through the eyes of artists of the Renaissance, from Donatello to Domenichino.<br>In order their moral inspiration by the religious legend and story the entire profile of monuments and ruins, that we appreciate<br>still standing today, appears studied between the new buildings of imagine of modern Rome or, as the old St.Peter, that doesn't exist anymore.</p> 2024-04-10T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Archeomatica