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AuthorsGaladini, F.* 
Falcucci, E.* 
Fubelli, G.* 
Gori, S.* 
TitleGli eventi alluvionali: cronologia ed effetti sui resti archeologici
Issue Date2012
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/8328
KeywordsMausoleo di Marco Nonio Macrino
alluvioni
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.04. Geology::04.04.10. Stratigraphy 
AbstractField investigations performed at the Marco Nonio Macrino mausoleum, located along the ancient Flaminia road, in the northern sector of Rome (Italy), as well as the analysis of the archaeological stratigraphy allowed the reconstruction of the geological history of the archaeological site during the past centuries. Our investigations defined that, after the collapse of the mausoleum, the area was affected by at least five alluvial episodes of the Tiber river that interfingered with human activities at the site that were mainly focused on the recovery and re-use of the marble composing the architectonic elements of the building.
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