Summer School about doing archeology and research on historic landscapes with local stakeholder from Euganean Hills. 3-7 April 2017, Galzignano Terme (PD).
Spring Lectures - 2017
J.M. Martín Civantos, Universty of Granada - Archaeology and local communities in the study of historical landscapes, 07/03/2017 - Padova
MEMOLA Padova team keeps going its communication activities in schools with tools and methods on agricultural landscapes of the Euganean Hills, with the help of Cariparo Foundation financing (Bando Attivamente). From Este to Monselice and Padua, boys and girls learn to read historical maps, satellite images and architectures to reconstruct and understand our historical landscapes!
The University of Padova publish a collection of documentaries about Landscape Archaeology in Colli Euganei, organised among Tools, Topics and Outreach Activities.
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Medieval Archaeology at the University of Padova (UNIPD) presents a documentary on the cultural landscape of the Euganean Hills, one of the study area of the MEMOLA project.
MEMOLA, Europe for euganee lands. Innovation, research and communication program of a re-evaluation and improvement of our landscape (May 20th Trade Fair of Padua), where we presented and discussed with the small businessmen of Lower Padua how to create new collaborative synergies to preserve and promote the biodiversity of the Euganean Hills and the areas of the Lower Padua.
The didactic notebook titled “ Water Landscape of Colli Euganei“, include the study of the main elements that have conformed the Eugenian cultural landscapes through the history of this study area based in Padua, Italy. More specifically, it contains the study of water uses from the Middle Ages to the present day, such as navigation channels, water mills and the transformation of river course.
On December the 2nd, UNIPD has conducted a historical cartography lab for the study of the cultural landscapes of the Euganean Hills with the students of IIS Euganeo of Este city. In the fantastic etnographic Museum of Stanghella we analyzed the land use of the nineteenth century, we discovered the large map of the lands reclamation to Gozon river and made some interviews with students to understand what it means landscape for them.
Dr. Sylvain Burri (from CNRS-Université d’Aix-Marseille and collaborator of the MEMOLA project) has begun the ethnoarchaeological study of some areas of the Euganean Hills through a historical and ethnographical study of the incultum landscape. He started the study of the medieval historical registers and archives listed in the Archive of Venice, to make the census and the analysis of all the activities of uncultivated areas in the Euganean Hills (charcoal, mines, resins, limekilns).
The Padua team has performed the recognition on the surface of all anomalies interpreted on raster images obtained by remote sensing (LiDAR, Radar, Aerial photographs). For instance, the historical photographs and LiDAR images, allowed to recognize traces of the paleo-riverbeds and their relation with the settlement patterns and the formation of agrarian landscapes, as we can see in Baone area (one of the sample areas chosen in the Euganean Hills for the reconstruction of land and water uses).