Tewkesbury Abbey North Transept, United Kingdom


General Attributes
DOI10.26301/w9nz-em50
Project NameTewkesbury Abbey North Transept
CountryUnited Kingdom
StatusPublished
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Data Bounds (approx.)

Data Types

Data Type Size Device Name Device Type
LiDAR - Terrestrial2.23 GB GBTrimble TX7 3D Laser Scanner
Background
Site DescriptionThe Grade I listed Abbey Church of St Mary the Virgin, Tewkesbury - commonly known as Tewkesbury Abbey - is a former Benedictine monastery and is now a parish church. Considered one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in Britain, Its striking Norman tower and long nave have dominated the Tewkesbury skyline for nearly 900 years. Alterations were made to the northern transept between the early and late 13th century and extensive rebuilding of the east arm occurred in the early 14th century. Dendrochronology analysis suggests the North Transept was constructed around 1521.
Project DescriptionPoint cloud data and images collected with a Trimble X7 scanner. Software used: Trimble Perspective, Trimble RealWorks and Autodesk ReCap Pro. A collaboration between Gloucestershire Building Recording Group and the Royal Agricultural University. Data collect by Isobel Milne for a Master dissertation researching civilian use of 3D scanning to record, identify and share information on medieval timber framed roof structures.
Collection Date2022-05-10 to 2022-05-10
Publication Date2022-04-09
License TypeCC BY-NC-ND
Entities
ContributorsN/A
CollectorsRoyal Agricultural University - Cultural Heritage Institute
FundersN/A
PartnersN/A
Site AuthorityTewkesbury Abbey
Citation
2022: Tewkesbury Abbey North Transept - LiDAR - Terrestrial . Collected by Royal Agricultural University - Cultural Heritage Institute . Distributed by Open Heritage 3D. https://doi.org/10.26301/w9nz-em50

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