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Costruire in Laterizio 99 - riviste … ; Rocco - La normativa europea in materia di protezione e qualificazione acustica degli edifici - Costruire in Laterizio F. Brosio - Esempi di progettazione e realizzazione. This practice resulted in intensive build- of the first century AD, there was a change in fabric as ing activity in the colonies established on virgin territory, well as module, which went from the Gallic foot to the in those created from existing settlements, and in the Roman foot.

The incasso type tegula was only adopted independent cities allied with Rome. As a result, we find much later at the end of the second century AD. The importation of terracotta building elements and changing results of these two papers demonstrate the importance patterns of production, both of which stimulated the that detailed observations can make in understanding exchange of technological knowledge. In the papers by E. Shepherd and B. He notes that increased urbaniza- Cambridge University Press It was not yet published at the time of the tion in the Cisalpine and northern Adriatic regions can workshop, and the final manuscript benefitted greatly from the discussions there.

These early walls, which date the movement of the people. As Bonetto fuel from the Po valley. Thus the brick building technology emphasized in his paper, Romanization did not necessarily used in this area reflects a mix of local and Greek elements connote a transfer of technology from Rome outward — it employed within a context created by the Romans.

As was a much more complex process than the commonly pre- colonization expanded in the Po valley during the first sented model of the colonies adopting the techniques of the century BC, the mode of construction for fortification mother city. Building practices were often filtered through walls changed to brick faced concrete, probably as a means the local practices and available materials as well as through of increasing the efficiency of construction during a period the skills and knowledge brought by the colonists.

As em- of intense building. Nevertheless, the Greek metrology phasized by Shepherd this volume for the colonization in used for the brick lydion continued. Italy, the officials charged with overseeing the process could The links between colonization and the uptake of also bring their own contributions to the process.

Vitti Along with the urbanization that came with Roman this volume compares the construction of the fortifica- dominance were the villas that sprang up on the outskirts tion walls at Nicopolis, which was established on virgin of cities and towns. The similarity complement the pars rustica of their villas. A great ma- in brick mouldings at the base of the walls with those jority of the villa owners made profits on the exportation in the walls at Concordia in the Po valley leads Vitti to of liquid goods, such as wine, olive oil, and fish sauce, speculate on possible connections between the two areas.

Given the similar metrology and methods of employing A number of the authors have presented evidence for bricks at colonial sites on both sides of the Adriatic, both the connection between the production of architectural Bonetto and Vitti this volume hypothesize the transfer terracottas and food containers.

It is worth remembering that in Rome in roof tiles from Lyon were already being produced with the mid first century BC, brick facing had not yet been large dolia, as demonstrated by their similar fabric types.


Bustamante this volume point to this period consist of tegulae with the flanges knocked off, stamps along the Bay of Algeciras that have been found such as at the tomb of Caecilia Metella Gerding , both on amphoras for fish sauce and on building tiles.

Elsewhere H. Other examples of producers making both tiles and am- Dessales this volume shows that in the basilica at Pom- phoras occur further north along the Spanish coast around peii, there was already some production of special bricks Ampurias, where Tremoleda points out that the walls of for columns in the second century BC under the Samnite the villas themselves were usually made of wattle and authorities.

Nevertheless, even though brick faced walls daub or mud brick, so the real necessity for architectural became emblematic of the capital, bricks made specifically terracottas other than column bricks and roof tiles only for wall construction were late comers to the construction- came with the popularity of adding bath buildings during al vocabulary of central Italy.

She also points out that the further insight into the spread of colonization in the local production of roof tiles at Tergeste only began when northern Adriatic. The tile stamps from the first century the number of villas increased during the first century AD.

BC show mainly producers Barbii, Arrii from Aquileia As we saw above, the earliest roof tiles at Tergeste had to thus indicating that the older colony was providing tegulae be imported from Aquileia. Thus the growth of the villa for the newer one. By the first century AD, the names of culture that accompanied urbanization had a twofold local landowners Tullii from Tergeste began to appear effect on the spread of technological knowledge and in- on the tiles once the colony began its own production.

By novation in the use of terracotta building elements. First, examining tombstone inscriptions and comparing them to the infrastructure that was put into place for amphora the stamps on tiles and amphoras, Kompare also reveals the production could also be used for the production of other Aquileian origins of some of the leading families around classes of terracotta.

Second, the aspirations of the villa Tergeste. Thus in this study we can trace the movement of owners themselves created a new market for architectural citizens from Aquiliea to the new colony of Tergeste and terracottas, especially the special tiles for their private bath buildings.

Each city would of course have had at least one 2 Some of the bricks even bear stamps with the abbreviations TVR, TN, public bath, but with the proliferation of private baths the and T NT Zachos , pp.

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People, who often had specialized knowledge, use of bricks and tiles in walls, in vaults, and in baths. Thus understanding trade patterns is important while to isolate the contexts in which they were used.

The The most common application was to form bands within traditional explanation for medium and long distance opus caementicium walls that were faced with stone, such transport by sea and river of bricks and tiles has been as opus incertum or opus vittatum i.

The that they were simply used as ballast on return journeys bands often, but not always, extended the full thickness after delivering more profitable cargo. The ballast could of the wall and were apparently intended to bond the two then be sold for a modest profit at the end of the voy- sides together, to aid in even settlement, and to provide a age.

However, we have seen evidence in this workshop level platform for the stonework. An early example of this suggesting that there was at least some active trade in technique in Asia Minor is found in the Flavian Basilica some classes of bricks and tiles. Shepherd this volume at Aphrodisias 5, where otherwise brick is not typically cites shipwrecks that carried entire cargos of roof tiles used in walls or vaults. Herennius Optatus that stretch over others. Vitti this volume points to a similar use of km along the southern coast of Spain from Cartagena to the solid brick bands used in Macedonia at Thessaloniki, Ampurias with an example also found on the island of and G.

They also note that the earliest stamped roof Palace of Diocletian at Split. In the Peloponnese, P. Vitti tiles from Hispania, those of M. Petrucidius from the this volume makes the distinction between the bonding second half the first century BC, are found in disparate courses of single bricks used in opus testaceum walls at locations Carteia, Ilipa, Italica, Hasta Regia, Siarum, Argos and Thouria, which were used to bond the two Burguillos throughout Baetica stretching over km.

There is also the occasional flat surface on which to place the incertum evidence for trade along the Atlantic coast; in Mauretania rather than to provide bonding. The brick bands are also Tingitana, S. Camporeale this volume notes the pres- commonly found in the west such as in the Cluny Baths ence in the south at Thamusida of bricks bearing military at Paris, the Constantinian Baths at Arles, and among the stamps first century AD produced in the north of the baths at Cimiez where tegulae were sometimes used in province, as determined through archaeometry.

These place of bricks.

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In Spain, the use of brick bands in walls would have come down the Atlantic coast and inland via appears occasionally, as at the Los Milagros aqueduct at the Sebou river. Locally produced stamped wall bricks Merida and the late Roman villa at Carranque. In Solid brick walls are also known but are quite rare. Shipwreck indicates an isolated case in the caldarium of the baths at finds with cargoes containing special orders, such as the Thamusida in Morocco.

More common is to find bricks decorated antefixes for a single roof or all the elements acting as facing for opus caementicium walls, employed ei- necessary for a bath building 4, suggests that the move- ther as quadrangular bricks or as triangles. The most com- ment of terracotta building elements was not simply due mon use of brick faced walling occurs in baths, perhaps to the need for ballast. The range of movement attested because terracotta provides functional benefits.

However, by stamps implies that there were at least some producers a few of the examples discussed in the workshop stand out who were actively exporting terracotta building materials as unusual.

Particularly for some of Italica as a city with an unusually prolific use of bricks the more unusual types of tiles see further below , this for Spain including the large baths, the amphitheater, movement of goods, whatever the underlying intention and some private houses.

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They were aimed at facilitating the building Other domes within the complex at Split were built with process or solving functional requirements of the heating small squared stones at the base with radial brick at the systems of baths. Shipwreck indicates an isolated case in the caldarium of the baths at finds with cargoes containing special orders, such as the Thamusida in Morocco.

Assonometria del progetto. Bauhaus: Brick vaulting then became with the major exception being the late imperial palace quite common in the Peloponnese, and one finds it in of Galerius at Thessaloniki.

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