Published November 2007
by Solum Forlag .
Written in English
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First report on the continuing field survey, by the IPP Amsterdam, of the archaeology of the Agro Pontino - the coastal area, south of Rome, between the Via Appia and the sea. It contains papers on the survey, the history of the marshes, the geology, the soils, palynology, the sampling method, visibility of artefacts, analysis of lithics and. Between and , the soils of the Agro Pontino were studied by staff and students from the Laboratory of Physical Geography and Soil Science of the University of Amsterdam. Results from this research have been published by Sevink (), Remmel zwaal (), and Sevink et al. ( and ). These publications concerned the soils in. agraria agricoli Agro pontino alcuni altre anno avrebbe aziende bisogno bonifica Borgo buona capo casa case coloniche Cencelli centro circa città coloni colonizzazione Combattenti Commissariato comune concessionari condizioni Consiglio Consorzio conto contratto costituito costruzione dato dell'Agro dell'Azienda dell'Onc dicembre diretto. I caratteri climatici e idrologici dell\'Agro pontinoLepri, Giuseppe. La fauna pontina prima e dopo la bonificaCortesi, Fabrizio. La vegetazione e la flora della regione pontinaTommasi, Giuseppe. I terreni dell\'Agro pontino e le loro immediate possibilit\u00EPrampolini, Natale.
In the Agro Pontino, the reference vegetation series are numerous. Among the important species of flora on a regional scale are: in the SCI IT Myriophyllum verticillatume Sparganium emersum; in the SCI IT Hydrocotyle ranuncoloides, Thelypteris palustris, Osmundaregalis, Linum maritimum, Cirsium monspessulanum, Euphorbia palustris, Orchis palustris, Nymphaeaalba; in the SCI. The Agro Pontino and its new towns would suffer for this when towards the end of American and British forces landed nearby to fight the German troops stationed at Anzio. Anzio lies on the edge of the Pontine plain and to gain access to the land a bombardment of the area was carried out by . The Agro Pontino is a vast plain involved in a complex geological history evolved in two phases: the first attributable to the Jurassic-Miocene period during which the Apennine orogeny occurred, the second from the Plio-Pleistocene until recent times, characterized from relaxing tectonics and connected to the of the Tyrrhenian Sea opening. The "Agro Pontino" is a flowering landscape with modern cities with both prewar and postwar architecture. By , about , inhabitants lived in this formerly deserted region. The Battle of the Swamps, however, is never quite over; without constant vigilance, dredging the canals, repairing and updating the pumps, and so on, the enemy would.
Agro Pontino, the authors set three general goals: (1) to describe the distribution of archaeological surface materials in the Agro Pontino as accurately as possible; (2) to place these materials in a rough chronological framework; and (3) to detennine for each prehistoric period the factors-prehistoric cultural factors, recent cultural factors. Visit Agro Pontino, Latina. K likes. Visit Agro Pontino è una guida interattiva che apre le porte della Provincia di Latina al mondo del web. 4. Vapours in the sphere: Malaria, atmosphere and landscape in wet lands of Agro Pontino, Italy Paolo Gruppuso. 5. Senses of being: The atmospheres of listening to birds in Britain, Australia and New Zealand Andrew Whitehouse. 6. “A feeling for birds”: Tuning . Sabaudia is one of several planned cities built on the reclaimed malaria-infested marshland of the Agro Pontino, south of Rome. Following a project by Leonardo Da Vinci, the marsh was drained upon Mussolini’s will, in order to provide housing communities for the population from the poorer areas of .