thought somebody might be interested, and as she requests forwarding... :
I am pleased to announce the addition of new effigies to the Costume
Research Image Library (CRIL) at a new, user-friendly web address:
Please visit, take a good look at the 36 new effigies (all of which are in
Sussex churches) and do send me feedback at the email address below. I would
like to know: why are the effigies interesting to you, how you will use the
information they provide, and how can the database be improved?
If you are in touch with other people who would like to know about the Tudor
effigies available online, please pass on this message. If you manage a
links page for a relevant website, please add www.tudoreffigies.co.uk
Thanks for your interest and, to previous database users, thanks very much
for your patience while the address change and upgrade have been happening!
A third phase of research in Essex is underway (thanks to the Pasold
Research Fund). Your comments help the project progress and provide sound
evidence for future grant applications. The research centre at Winchester
School of Art is coming to an end after five successful years. This means
that the database needs new funding or rehoming!
Jane M-D (Dr Jane Malcolm-Davies)
"What a lovely hat! But may I make one teensy suggestion? If it blows off, don't chase it."
RIP Edward the avatar cat.