Intervention on archaeological sites requires a multicriteria approach, which does not lend itself to providing solutions of a general nature so much as solutions linked to the individual case at hand and to the comparison of the interventions involved in the creation of a museum-like context for them. Nevertheless, one should not lose sight of the general aspect of the problem and underestimate a series of considerations regarding what to conserve and why in favour of how to conserve, an aspect which has been extensively tested and which today offers a large range of appropriate solutions and techniques. It is a question of communication, solutions to which must be provided both through tools typical of architecture and through the ability to devise tools that are more characteristic and typical of museography. A number of possible communication strategies of archaeology will be set out and applied to the case study under consideration, that is the ancient theatre of Eraclea Minoa.
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