The interpretation of the historical signs on the built heritage is a research topic significant from several points of view that involves different disciplinary fields ranging from archaeology to survey and restoration. The integration of the several areas of knowledge that move around the archaeology of architecture is directed to reconstruct, through the scientific interpretation of the traces visible on the artefacts, the historical evolution, which must be then made accessible and disseminated. In this knowledge and dissemination process, information technologies play a significant role by means of reconstructive three-dimensional models. The multidisciplinary research illustrated in the paper tries to test the twofold purpose of three-dimensional digital models in this context, recurring to a specific case study. Indeed, the 3D models are digital tools useful not only for communication but also for the validation of the scientific hypotheses made based on integrated surveys and archaeological analyses, as suggested by the London Charter. The work, still ongoing, represents the first result for the municipality owners of the asset, which encourages all the scientific and research activities for enhancing and preserving the memory of heritage memory, as well as promoting the inhabitants’ sense of cultural identity in line with the indications of the Faro Convention.
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