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Gulval Four Evangelists

The Gulval Evangelists

I have just posted over on my blog some news about a discovery that I helped to make outside Gulval Church near Penzance in Cornwall. Using 3D recording techniques, and through careful analysis and filtering of the data, we now know what is depicted on all four sides of a large granite cross-base by the […]

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Exhibition reviews on Creative Spaces

I thought about using Past Thinking as the place for exhibition and book reviews on museumy subjects that interest me, but instead I would like to contribute to content creation on Creative Spaces (National Museums Online Learning Project) particularly when the reviews related to items in the nine museum collections it hosts. I have recently […]

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Script Error

The Sherborne Missal has had a script error. Oh the irony… The Sherborne Missal is a 15th century illuminated manuscript, and the virtual version is available to browse on a large touch screen in the foyer of the British Library. It allows you to ‘turn’ the pages with your hands, as you would a real […]

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