Rapporto tra pianificazione urbana e preesistenze archeologiche: il caso di Oderzo
Relations between urban planning and archaeological pre-existences: Oderzo - Ancient Paleovenethic town of Oderzo, which was an important Roman site too, has archaeological preexistences which imposed a specific administrative regulations in order to control the building expansion:compulsory excavations essays to be payed by the builders.
These regulations, conceived by G.A.O. in 1971 and at work in 1974, permitted the discovery of entire parts of the old town; some of them are found inside the new buildings.
Unfortunately the archaeological research cannot follow the urban development; sometimes the excavation costs are too high for the builders and, in other occasions, emergency excavations are performed so badly, as to destroy precious archaeologic data.