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Living history with Open Virtual Worlds : Reconstructing St Andrews Cathedral as a stage for historic narrative
(Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Departamento de Ingeniería Telemática, 2012-12)
St Andrews Cathedral is located on the East Coast of Scotland, construction started in 1160 and spanned Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles. It was consecrated in 1318, four years after the battle of Bannockburn in ...
‘Sacred Kingship, Genealogy and the Late Medieval Roodscreen: Catfield and Beyond’
(Boydell and Brewer, 2017-11) - Book item,
A study (10,000 words) of the royal imagery of English medieval church screens, with special reference to the screen of Catfield church, Norfolk
Intelligent by design : the manuscripts of Walter of Whittlesey, monk of Peterborough
(2015) - Journal article,
This article examines two important fourteenth-century manuscripts containing historical and other texts from Peterborough Abbey, both made for a monk named Walter of Whittlesey (Add. MS. 37958 and Add. MS. 47170). It ...
Out of the wilderness : a fourteenth-century English drawing of John the Baptist
(2010) - Journal article,
London, British Library, MS Royal 10 B XIV contains a large drawing of St. John the Baptist that is both exceptional for its quality and iconographically unique. Not previously noticed by art historians, it constitutes an ...
Scottish medieval parish churches : the evidence from the dioceses of Dunblane and Dunkeld
(2010-02) - Journal article,
An account of a research project into the architectural and historical evidence for the survival of medieval fabric in the parish churches of the dioceses of Dunblane and Dunkeld.