Category Archives: Medieval

Out and About with the MA in Architectural Heritage

It’s the start of a new academic year and this year it brings a welcome development, the first cohort of our new MA students studying Digital Architectural Heritage. Despite the poor weather we have dusted down the DBHG minibus and … Continue reading

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King Richard III – The Lost Tomb and the Church of the Greyfriars

Over the past few months here at the Digital Building heritage Group we’ve been working on a high quality CGI animation for the new King Richard III visitor center in Leicester, UK. The remains of King Richard III  (2 October 1452 – … Continue reading

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Norbury Church, medieval tombs and the White Boar badge worn by Sir Ralph Fitzherbert

A long planned visit was made today to the Church of St Mary and St Barlock (an Irish Saint) in Norbury in Derbyshire, UK. This delightful village church contains a number of medieval tombs and memorials not least of which … Continue reading

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Southwell Community Archaeology – Planning an App

Today we were at with our colleague Dr. Chris King at the University of Nottingham and with representatives of the Southwell Community Archaeology Group (SCAG) with whom the University of Nottingham has had a long and productive relationship working within … Continue reading

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De Montfort University and the Universities of Durham and Nottingham in New AHRC Funded Digital Heritage Project

The Digital Building Heritage Group at De Montfort University is leading a new AHRC funded Connected Communities, Community Heritage project. “Digital Building Heritage: Phase 3” (AHRC Grant Ref: AHL0132901) which runs from February 2014 to January 2015. It’s a collaborative … Continue reading

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