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|Authors: ||Galadini, F.*|
|Editors: ||Archeoclub d'Italia - Sezione Marsica|
|Title: ||Indagini per la caratterizzazione dei rischi naturali presso siti archeologici della Marsica e di aree limitrofe|
|Issue Date: ||2011|
|Keywords: ||rischi naturali|
|Abstract: ||We present the analyses performed on four Roman archaeological sites in the Abruzzi Apennines (central Italy), characterised by a natural criticality that is evident in the archaeological stratigraphy and which is detectable in the local geomorphological framework. In detail, we have investigated: i) the effects of sliding of limestone blocks at Luco dei Marsi (Angitia); ii) the colluvial events at San Benedetto dei Marsi (Marruvium) and Castel di Ieri, and iii) the evidence of a strong earthquake that struck the archaeological area of Alba Fucens in the Late Antiquity.
In terms of the preservation and use of the heritage sites, the characterization of these processes is necessary for the study of the local natural hazard and for the mitigation of the risk.|
|Appears in Collections:||Book chapters|
04.06.05. Historical seismology
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