Category Archives: Anglo Saxon

All Saints Brixworth – Anglo-Saxon Church Architecture

All Saints Church at Brixworth in Northamptonshire is one of the best examples of Anglo-Saxon church architecture in England. Pevsner (1985), Parsons (1988) and Cooper (2010) give a date of C675 for its foundation, probably as a timber building which … Continue reading

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Touch Screens, Bling and the Word at Lichfield Cathedral

It was a delight to return to Lichfield Cathedral recently as a visitor to re-appreciate the wonderful architecture, sculpture and atmosphere of this ancient English cathedral. Helpfully the Dean and Chapter have provided touch screens in the building to assist … Continue reading

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Recreating a 1,500 year old Anglo-Saxon Spindle Whorl

In the Digital Building Heritage Group at De Montfort University (DMU), we don’t just deal with buildings – we also have interests in other areas of heritage including modelling and reproducing archaeological artefacts. Dr. Eujin Pei, an Early Career Researcher … Continue reading

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