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  • Regio VI.7
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      • From 2003 to 2006 Venice University has carried out research and excavations in the _insulae_ 14-south and 7 of _Regio_ VI and in _insulae_ 3 and 4 of _Regio_ V. The data collected is processed, analysed and interpreted using a GIS, which is in the process of creation and implementation, aimed at providing a platform from which to begin integrated data collection from the excavation and analysis of the pottery contexts. The Data Bases are linked to the mapping system used and elaborated, to the photographic and graphic documentation and the pottery classes from the excavation. This particular type of GIS also consents the representation on a quantative basis of classes of finds for each stratigraphic context and of the distribution of pottery within the excavation in relation to class, shape, type and chronology. At this phase of processing work has been limited to pottery analysis and the input of pottery finds, however the programme is structured for the input and processing of all types of archaeological finds. (Anna Paola Zaccaria Ruggiu, Chiara Maratini)

    Bibliography

      • D. Cottica, E. Tomasella, L. Toniolo, 2006, Pompei 2004-2005: verso uno studio integrato dei contesti ceramici, in A. Zaccaria Ruggiu (a cura di), Le Missioni archeologiche dell’Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia, V Giornata di Studio, Venezia: 75-83.
      • A.P. Zaccaria Ruggiu, C. Maratini, 2008, Saggi e ricerche nell’insula 7 della Regio VI, informatizzazione dei dati, GIS, in P.G. Guzzo – M.P. Guidobaldi (a cura di), Nuove ricerche archeologiche nell'area vesuviana (scavi 2003-2006), Atti del Convegno Internazionale, Roma 1-3 febbraio 2007, Roma: 177-187.
      • A. Zaccaria Ruggiu, 2006, Progetto regio VI. Le ricerche dell’Università Ca’Foscari di Venezia a Pompei, in A. Zaccaria Ruggiu (a cura di), Le Missioni archeologiche dell’Università Ca’ Foscari di venezia, V Giornata di Studio, Venezia: 65-73.
      • A. Zaccaria Ruggiu, G. Peris, D. Cottica, M. Betello, c.s., Le ricerche dell’Università Ca’ Foscari nell’insula VI, 7, in Rivista di Studi Pompeiani.