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This study included a research on the various methods used in designing new structures in archaeological sites. Data was gathered by going through the existing sources. The literature was reviewed first but sufficient data was not available to group and classify the methods. Consequently, examples from Turkey and the world were studied with the aim of contributing to the conceptual framework the absence of which was acutely felt in the literature. The findings revealed three main approaches to the new structure designs implemented in archaeological sites which were classified as construction on the archaeological site, underground construction on the archaeological site, and protective roof systems. A detailed reading was conducted on six examples – two from each of the three approaches. The data thus obtained were analyzed in the light of the numerous scientific essays on the subject and conservation guidelines before being reflected on the conclusion.
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Archaeological sites, historic structures, El Molinete Archaeopark, Karatepe Aslantaş Open Air Museum, Protective roof systems new structures, Daroca Visitor Center, new structure designs, structures in archaeological sites
Büyükmıhçı, Gonca; Akşehirlioğlu, Ayşegül; and Uçar, Saniye, "METHODS USED IN THE DESIGN OF NEW STRUCTURES IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES" (2020). Architectural Sciences. 35.