St Laurence Church - Bradford On Avon, United Kingdom
|St Laurence Church - Bradford On Avon
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|Data Bounds (approx.)
|LiDAR - Terrestrial
|11.5 GB GB
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|Grade 1 listed St Laurence Church is a characteristic Anglo-Saxon building: tall and narrow with small windows. The extent and richness of its decoration, however, are rare, perhaps suggesting it was designed partly for the relics of King Æthelred’s brother Edward the Martyr, which were housed with the nuns at Shaftesbury. Some time later the church, being no longer required, was lost amidst other buildings and only came to notice again in the nineteenth century.
|Point cloud data and images collected with a Trimble X7 scanner. Software used: Trimble Perspective, Trimble RealWorks and Autodesk ReCap Pro. Collected by Isobel Milne and Rebecca Davies as part of their Masters studies at Cultural Heritage Institute at the Royal Agicultural University.
|2022-08-04 to 2022-08-04
|2023: St Laurence Church - Bradford On Avon - LiDAR - Terrestrial . Collected by Royal Agricultural University - Cultural Heritage Institute . Distributed by Open Heritage 3D. https://doi.org/10.26301/4a3n-pn56