A new collaboration between Iuav University of Venice and the Musei Civici of Padua was introduced in 2021 as part of the activities of research and teaching of Iuav University. Its aim is the study and the enhancement of finds preserved at the Archaelogical Museum of Padua. This collaboration has also given the opportunity to carry out a series of research on matters related to Padua as a roman city and its urban developments, and on some artefacts preserved in the city Museum. The supervisors of this collaboration are Maddalena Bassani and Giuseppe D’Acunto, professors at Iuav University of Venice, and Francesca Veronese, director of the archaeological section of the Musei Civici of Padua. In the following paragraphs, we present the first outcomes of this collaboration, which has been particularly promising on several levels. First of all, it has been a fruitful opportunity for Iuav scholars involved in this project to approach pragmatically the urban and architectural becoming of one of the most important cities of the Roman period of the Veneto region. Secondly, it has enabled to go to the Museum, appreciate the exhibitions, and to face the problems linked to the graphic restitution of finds and ancient environments. This project has also lain the foundations for further collaborations between Iuav University and the Musei Civici with the aim to encourage the knowledge of an already known – but only partly visible – past, and to make the general public appreciate it.

The via Annia in Padua: Digital Narratives for a Roman Consular Road

D'Acunto, Giuseppe;Bassani, Maddalena
2022

Abstract

A new collaboration between Iuav University of Venice and the Musei Civici of Padua was introduced in 2021 as part of the activities of research and teaching of Iuav University. Its aim is the study and the enhancement of finds preserved at the Archaelogical Museum of Padua. This collaboration has also given the opportunity to carry out a series of research on matters related to Padua as a roman city and its urban developments, and on some artefacts preserved in the city Museum. The supervisors of this collaboration are Maddalena Bassani and Giuseppe D’Acunto, professors at Iuav University of Venice, and Francesca Veronese, director of the archaeological section of the Musei Civici of Padua. In the following paragraphs, we present the first outcomes of this collaboration, which has been particularly promising on several levels. First of all, it has been a fruitful opportunity for Iuav scholars involved in this project to approach pragmatically the urban and architectural becoming of one of the most important cities of the Roman period of the Veneto region. Secondly, it has enabled to go to the Museum, appreciate the exhibitions, and to face the problems linked to the graphic restitution of finds and ancient environments. This project has also lain the foundations for further collaborations between Iuav University and the Musei Civici with the aim to encourage the knowledge of an already known – but only partly visible – past, and to make the general public appreciate it.
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