Credits / Resources
This case study has been compiled during HYDRIA – Phase I (2008-2009) with the support of the UNESCO Participation Program and the EU Core funding of MIO-ECSDE.
Text author: Patrizia Ponelli (Scholé Futuro)
Text editing: Iro Alampei, Anastasia Roniotes, and Celia Roniotes (MIO-ECSDE)
1997: De Rossi Giovanni Maria, L’approvvigionamento idrico a Ventotene, in Atlante Tematico di Topografia Antica, II, pp.185-192.
1998: La Cisterna dei carcerati e l’approvvigionamento idrico in età romana nell’isola di Ventotene, pp. 1-32, Roma, Guidotti ed.
1999: Ventotene e S. Stefano (III ed. con aggiunte), pp. 1-108, Roma, Guidotti ed.
Ponza e Ventotene: analisi dello sviluppo topografico, in La Forma della città e del territorio, Roma, pp.147-156.
2000: L’esilio di Giulia a Ventotene. Quad.Dip.ScienzeAnt. Univ.Salerno, 24, pp. 167-124
Jean-Pierre Adam “Roman building art: Materials and techniques”, 1999
Dante Bartoli, “Rediscovering Ancient Ventotene Research Project: An Integrated Project of Terrestrial and Maritime Archaeology, plus Conservation” PROMARE, 2008;
Available at http://www.promare.org/pdf/promare_web_1%20_intro_.pdf
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