In this 11th episode of our video series we take a look at how we process the paper records off site in the office to build up a picture of the site. This video accompanies the launch of our post excavation reports on the website.
Guy introduces the forthcoming assessment reports. This work is going to be presented in its original and quite technical format, but we hope to present some blog entries to accompany and explain the technical reports.
Prescot Street website presented at the SXSW Interactive festival in Austin, Texas.
Guy writes about the new Prescot Street book. This is a book of photographs of the dig.
A revised summary article about the digital element of the project. This tries to explain a little bit about what the digital project was set up to do and why.
Stuart’s thoughts the ARK project
David Harrison discusses the work he has been doing digitising the plans, drawings and survey data from Prescot Street.
A short, basic introduction to ARK, the Archaeological Recording Kit, used at Prescot Street to store and disseminate all of the site data.
Images from Tower Hamlets Local History and Archive Library of the Prescot Street site and South Tenter Street in 1941 after being destroyed during the Blitz
David Harrison discusses his work as the site G.I.S and I.T Specialist.
Tags: archaeology and education,
south tenter street,
Post-Medieval pits and stuff – and Anies’s film.
Photo diary entry for 21st March 2008.