Enthusiasts of architecture, archaeology, technology, music and art are invited to experience York’s heritage as never before!
Local artists and archaeologists have worked together to create a colourful virtual reality experience drawn from the stunning architecture of St Margaret’s Church on Walmgate. AOC Archaeology group has used laser-scanning technology to record millions of pin point measurements of St Margaret’s Church. This information will be transformed into a virtual reality journey that visitors can experience using smartphones and VR goggles.
AOC Archaeology Group's survey has significantly furthered the understanding of Kirkton Old Church through detailed measured survey and on-site record and analysis, as well as some preliminary historical research. Surviving 12th/13th century churches are few in number and, as it is one that was abandoned early, shows very few major alterations to its layout after the 17th century apart from those blockings associated with the burial aisles.
The Archaeological Investigation of a Prehistoric Landscape: Excavations on Arran 1978-81
The monograph report on the investigation of prehistoric landscapes on Arran...
The History of a Scottish Lowland Crannog: excavations at Buiston, Ayrshire, 1989-90
The most extensive excavation of an early historic crannog undertaken in Scotland...