The Geographic Information System (GIS) has been commonly used to analyse and elaborate the big data of urban mobility in modern cities. At the same time a range of studies has been utilizing it to examine various kinds of movements in old times, especially those on a large territorial scale. This article aims to highlight the use of GIS in the study of urban mobility of Rome during the 18th century, drawing on textual evidence and archives. The results of this work will offer new hypothesises around the most trafficked zones and the main routes of movement traveled in the Italian capital during this period

Analysis of urban mobility in 18th century Rome: a research approach through GIS platform / Ago, Renata; D'Erasmo, Domizia. - (2021), pp. 44-54. ((Intervento presentato al convegno ArcheoFOSS 2020. Open software, hardware, processes, data, and formats in archaeology tenutosi a Online.

Analysis of urban mobility in 18th century Rome: a research approach through GIS platform

Renata Ago
Primo
Investigation
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Domizia D'Erasmo
Secondo
Methodology
2021

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The Geographic Information System (GIS) has been commonly used to analyse and elaborate the big data of urban mobility in modern cities. At the same time a range of studies has been utilizing it to examine various kinds of movements in old times, especially those on a large territorial scale. This article aims to highlight the use of GIS in the study of urban mobility of Rome during the 18th century, drawing on textual evidence and archives. The results of this work will offer new hypothesises around the most trafficked zones and the main routes of movement traveled in the Italian capital during this period
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