The ‘Scenes’ of the Dynamic Atlas In accordance with the objectives of the recent Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan, the Atlas uses digital resources to compose dynamic cognitive scenarios, audience development based, to be offered to an extended and heterogeneous audience. The part of territory so far analyzed can be considered linked to two main river courses, the Tiber and the Aniene, and realizes a proposal of widespread musealization of the territory in which the archaeological remains and the villas of Tivoli, the coastal poles of Ostia and Portus and some significant areas of central Rome become connected to each other.

Pugliano, A. (2021). I 'luoghi' dell'atlante. RICERCHE DI STORIA DELL'ARTE, 134, 65-68.

I 'luoghi' dell'atlante

Antonio Pugliano
2021

Abstract

The ‘Scenes’ of the Dynamic Atlas In accordance with the objectives of the recent Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan, the Atlas uses digital resources to compose dynamic cognitive scenarios, audience development based, to be offered to an extended and heterogeneous audience. The part of territory so far analyzed can be considered linked to two main river courses, the Tiber and the Aniene, and realizes a proposal of widespread musealization of the territory in which the archaeological remains and the villas of Tivoli, the coastal poles of Ostia and Portus and some significant areas of central Rome become connected to each other.
Pugliano, A. (2021). I 'luoghi' dell'atlante. RICERCHE DI STORIA DELL'ARTE, 134, 65-68.
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