A precious cultural heritage able to show us how in Roman times the pavements were built in concrete. The Roman floors located within the archaeological area of Nora are made up of several layers, each dating back to a different era. Each layer is made with different techniques and materials.
Before and after
The degradation present before the conservation operations, consisted mainly of a widespread and consistent deposit of earth, plants, roots and biodeteriogens of various kinds that almost completely covered the surfaces, subject to disintegration phenomena. Deposits of earth and leafy weeds almost completely obscured the floors.
In order to restore Roman floors to their original splendor, the following types of work have been achieved:
Relocation of fragments and cracks.