Avances hacia una nueva metodología de trabajo en proyectos arqueológicos: El caso de la Villa Romana de La Ontavia (Terrinches, Ciudad Real)

Luis Benítez de Lugo Enrich, Víctor Manuel López-Menchero Bendicho

Abstract

The growing international need for new tools to facilitate the comprehensive management of archaeological heritage -ie the coordinated processes of research, conservation and presentation of archaeological remains- opens the door for the use of new techniques in some cases based on the use of ICT and, in other cases, based in the use of elements "a priori" more traditional but equally effective, such as volumetric reconstructions. The project being developed now in the Roman villa of La Ontavia (Terrinches, Ciudad Real) intends to advance the development of new techniques and working methods more in tune with the needs of the comprehensive management of cultural heritage in the XXI century.


Keywords

Archaeological heritage; Comprehensive management; Roman villa

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