This section of the website describes the activities that do not directly ‘touch’ Herculaneum’s archaeological remains (as opposed to the conservation work, for example), but which are still connected to the ancient city. These activities include survey and graphic documentation, as well as the information management, whereby all the data produced by project research and works is collected in a tailor-made database and archived so they can be fruitfully used for future programming. The project also organises a series of outreach initiatives with the aim of encouraging discussion and exchange with the local community, heritage practioners, visitors and researchers. Often these activities are carried out in partnership with our sister project: the Herculaneum Centre.
When possible, the Herculaneum Conservation Project tries to publish the results of its ongoing work and the resources section lists what is currently available.