The archaeological site of Svač is located in the Republic of Montenegro, a small nation of the former Yugoslavia. The region, little known, is rich in natural resources and poorly maintained historic sites and buildings that have only attracted scholars' attention for a few years. The contribution concerns, in particular, the early medieval site that sees the remains of three churches and a wall that constituted, from the reliefs made, a religious area located at the highest point of the hill that overlooked the town below. The site was designed by the writer downstream of an agreement between the CNR and the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro which intends to intervene for the conservation of the ruins of the buildings still visible and in conditions of extreme structural degradation so as to make them fear their collapse. No different destination is foreseen given the ruin condition but only the conservation of the surviving building which however denotes the function of the area and constitutes an important testimony of a past rich in religious architecture present in Svač as reported in historical documents. For the structural recovery, intended respectful of the historical character and therefore of the non-invasiveness, it tended towards nanotechnological mortars with performance criteria of structural resistance and durability given the exposure of the churches.
|Titolo:||IL SITO ALTOMEDIEVALE DI SVAČ IN MONTENEGRO. RECUPERO STRUTTURALE E CONSERVATIVO|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|