As the archaeologist, Jackie’s role is to investigate the early excavations at Thetford Priory, the buildings and the finds, especially those that relate to the tombs. She has been a consultant buildings archaeologist for many years, also specialising in loose architectural and sepulchral stone, and she remains the Peterborough Cathedral Archaeologist, working on a range of projects.
Link to Jackie’s homepage here
- A brilliant conference
A couple of weeks ago Nishad and I presented a paper (and a poster) on Thetford and the 3-D scanning [...]
- The Dissolution at Thetford
Spurred on by deadlines for talks, I put away my 3-D virtual models (temporarily) in favour of some serious research [...]
- And here’s one I made earlier…
Spurred on by Paul Bryan’s demo of 3-D photography, I decided to have a go myself not with a building [...]
- 3-D Photography
At the recent project meeting, Paul Bryan, one of our project partners from English Heritage showed us a number of [...]
- Photos from the 1930s and 50s – can you help?
Clearance excavations of Thetford Priory took place in the 1930s and 1950s, with a break for the Second World War. [...]
- A vault full of sand!
Jackie Hall fails to get into the empty vault in the middle of the presbytery at Thetford Priory