Dr Jackie Hall

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.

Email: jlh60@le.ac.uk

Link to Jackie’s homepage here

BLOGS

  • 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