Crafts & Industry
Roman brick kilns at Aquae Sulis
Explanatory reconstruction of Roman brick kilns for permanent display at the Roman Baths Museum, Bath
Bryn Eglwys Slate Quarries
The slate quarries at Bryn Eglwys, near Machynlleth, Wales, late 19th century. Reconstruction for an information board commissioned by the Forestry
Burnt Mound, Anglesea
Reconstruction of a late Bronze Age burnt mound. Website illustration produced for the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust.
The Roman public fountain at Dorchester, Dorset. Illustration for “Roman Dorset” by W. G. Putnam (pub. Tempus, 2007)
Hypocaust, Aquae Sulis Bathhouse
Explanatory reconstruction of the Roman hypocaust in the Tepidarium, for permanent display at the Roman Baths Museum, Bath
Llynon Bakery, c. 1910
Llynon Bakery in the early 20th century. Reconstruction for an on-site site information board, made for the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust.
The “Scotch Oven” at Llynon Bakery
Explanatory reconstruction of the oven’s function for an on-site site information board, made for the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust.
Rebuilding the bathhouse at Aquae Sulis
Reconstruction of the major rebuilding works in the late 2nd century, for permanent display at the Roman Baths Museum, Bath.
St. Catherine's Church, Churchtown, 15th century
Reconstruction for information board on “The Norman Way”, Co. Wexford, Eire. (Wexford C.C.)
Interior of a Saxon town house, with weaving loom. Booklet cover for Southampton City Museums.
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