Groma. Documenting Archaeology. Vol 2-2017
(BraDypUS Communicating Cultural Heritage, Roma 2018)
Groma is an open access peer-reviewed e-journal of the Department of History and Cultures (DISCI) of the University of Bologna, published by BraDypUS and focused on the different methodologies applied to archaeology.
Particular attention is paid to Adriatic and Mediterranean archaeology and to specific methodological aspects such as archaeological documentation and landscape archaeology.
Table of contents
- Michele Abballe, The medieval rural settlement in Bassa Romagna: a first predictive model and future directions
- Fabrizio Maria Oliverio, Murgie: the fortified Bruttian site (Crotone, Calabria)
- Enrico Giorgi, Landscape and Citizens during the early Roman era in Northern Epirus: Phoinike and the Chaonia region (2nd BC-2nd AD)
- Vincenzo Rizzo, Mario Panizza, An unusual tumulus or cenotaph at Cozzo Rotondo, town of Grifone (Bisignano, Cosenza, Italy). New and old geological investigation for an archaeological discovery
- Nora Lucentini, Serena De Cesare, Michele Massoni, The Digs in the Upper town of San Benedetto Del Tronto (2010-2014)
- Julian Bogdani, Eugenio De Mitri, A Bibliography on the Application of GIS in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
- Simone Attala, Urban Archaeology Project in Senigallia: from Anthropological to Archaeological Analysis. A short presentation
- Annalisa Pietrobelli, Review of: Fabio Remondino and Stefano Campana. eds. 2014. “3D Recording and Modelling in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage: Theory and best practices”. BAR International Series 2598. Oxford: BAR. 93
- Enrico Giorgi, Review of: Barbara Sassi. 2017. “DYRRACHIUM III. Storia e archeologia di una città portuale tra Oriente e Occidente”
- Federica Boschi, Review of: Paul Johnson and Martin Millett. 2013. “Archaeological Survey and the City”, Oxford and Oakville