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This App is based on the book 'Visions of Ancient Leicester' by Mathew Morris and Richard Buckley of the University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS)

This App is based on the book 'Visions of Ancient Leicester' by Mathew Morris and Richard Buckley of the University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS)

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by Mixed Reality Ltd
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What is it about?

This App is based on the book 'Visions of Ancient Leicester' by Mathew Morris and Richard Buckley of the University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS). The artist Mike Codd was commissioned to prepare a series of reconstruction drawings of the town and many of its most important buildings for inclusion in the book.

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App Details

Version
1.4
Rating
NA
Size
150Mb
Genre
Books Reference
Last updated
May 9, 2014
Release date
March 26, 2014
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App Store Description

This App is based on the book 'Visions of Ancient Leicester' by Mathew Morris and Richard Buckley of the University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS). The artist Mike Codd was commissioned to prepare a series of reconstruction drawings of the town and many of its most important buildings for inclusion in the book.

The App is intended as an accompaniment to the book, presenting some of its contents in interactive form.

The App incorporates material from the book consisting of four sections covering Iron Age, Roman, Anglo Saxon and Medieval periods, with descriptions of archaeological sites. There are also four associated archaeological maps graphically superimposed on modern-day Leicester.

The text pages and maps are linked dynamically. Clicking on a map marker, takes you to the relevant description and, from each page of text, clicking on the map icon, displays the associated map.

Although maps are presented for all four eras, the textual descriptions focus on the Roman and Medieval periods about which more is known.

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