Speciificity of research and reconstructions of ancient wall constructions in Syria, the area of Palmyra
Wojciech Robert Terlikowski , Piotr Leon Narloch
AbstractThe Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw (PCMA) has been conducting archaeological studies in the territory of con- temporary Syria, in Palmyra for over fi fty years. In 1999 - 2009 Palmyra was the site of excavation works of two early Christian basilicas, (basilica III, basilica IV), performed by a team of Polish specialists, supervised by prof. Michał Gawlikowski [Gawlikowski M., 2002, 2009, 2010] and Grzegorz Majcherek, PhD [Majcherek G., 2012]. The researchers also continued the exploration of the sites where the works started in 1974 - 1980, in the area of Athena-Allat temple, as well as the location of dwelling houses quarter. The author of the elaboration above has been participating in the research since 1999 and his duty was to analyze architectonic - construction rrangement, restoration and reconstruction of the wall structures
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Boriani M., Gabaglio R., Gullota D. (eds.): Built Heritage 2013 Monitoring Conservation and Management, 2013, Milano, Politecnico di Milano, ISBN 978-88-908961-0-1, 442 p.
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|Keywords in Polish||renowacja zabytlków, Syria|
|Keywords in English||Palmyra basilicas, Basilica IV, constructions in Syria|
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