In the frame of an integrated knowledge path applied to the archaeological site of Hierapolis in Phrygia (Turkey), several mortar samples were collected and analysed by means of a multi-analytical approach to study the production techniques and the conservation state, and to evaluate the possible dateability by means of the absolute radiocarbon dating method (14C). This study was part of a collaboration research including structural engineering and geophysical investigations, aimed at evaluating the current conditions of the archaeological remains for the possible use of the whole site as an archaeo-seismic park.

The contribution of Archaeometric Analyses to the Multi-Disciplinary Research in Hierapolis of Phrygia, Turkey

Marzaioli F.;Terrasi F.;
2020

Abstract

In the frame of an integrated knowledge path applied to the archaeological site of Hierapolis in Phrygia (Turkey), several mortar samples were collected and analysed by means of a multi-analytical approach to study the production techniques and the conservation state, and to evaluate the possible dateability by means of the absolute radiocarbon dating method (14C). This study was part of a collaboration research including structural engineering and geophysical investigations, aimed at evaluating the current conditions of the archaeological remains for the possible use of the whole site as an archaeo-seismic park.
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