The regeneration of rural areas is a current issue that needs valorization strategies, on a small and large scale, of the cultural heritage hosted in it and often forgotten or abandoned. Cultural heritage represents a precious resource, the result of interaction and connections over the centuries between populations and places. The main route consists in the innovation of the forms of management and dissemination through the current ITC, placing as a basis the synergy interaction of different fields of research. This paper is part of a wider research on Cilento’s monastic architectures, on their interrelationships and ramifications in a fabric generally not prone to contamination. The attention is focused on the Badia of Santa Maria of Pattano in Vallo della Lucania (SA), testimony of eastern monasticism in southern Italy, an almost forgotten Byzantine architecture that needs enhancement by means of strategies and processes based on multiscalar approaches and open minded. Through the contextual critical reading of the archive documents and the infographic models produced by systematic surveys, the initial objective is to identify and date the most significant transformations of the monastery, to understand its relationship with the territory.

Strategies for the valorisation of monastic architectures. The Case of the Badia of Pattano in Cilento

Cerbone Antonello
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D'Auria Saverio
2020

Abstract

The regeneration of rural areas is a current issue that needs valorization strategies, on a small and large scale, of the cultural heritage hosted in it and often forgotten or abandoned. Cultural heritage represents a precious resource, the result of interaction and connections over the centuries between populations and places. The main route consists in the innovation of the forms of management and dissemination through the current ITC, placing as a basis the synergy interaction of different fields of research. This paper is part of a wider research on Cilento’s monastic architectures, on their interrelationships and ramifications in a fabric generally not prone to contamination. The attention is focused on the Badia of Santa Maria of Pattano in Vallo della Lucania (SA), testimony of eastern monasticism in southern Italy, an almost forgotten Byzantine architecture that needs enhancement by means of strategies and processes based on multiscalar approaches and open minded. Through the contextual critical reading of the archive documents and the infographic models produced by systematic surveys, the initial objective is to identify and date the most significant transformations of the monastery, to understand its relationship with the territory.
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