Aims and restrictions regarding the illumination of the Roman Emperors route in Serbia
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A series of archaeological sites containing ancient Roman city remains which are constantly revealed from the past is located along the Danube river in Serbia. Even though the preservation process is timely, most of these sites have a number of visitors daily. In order to prolong the visiting hours, their illumination is extremely important. Torn between the aims and restrictions regarding the illumination of the archaeological sites belonging to the Roman Emperor’s route in Serbia, this research culminated in a set of general recommendations for the illumination of such settlements. Special attention is given to the lighting of the site borders and its walls, entrances, towers, palaces, temples and monuments.
Keywords:archaeological sites / illumination / recommendations / Roman remains / Serbia
Source:Proceedings of the Balkan Light 2015, 16-19 September 2015, Athens, Greece, 2015, 35-40
- National Technical University of Athens