Four 3D models of features within Beverley Minster were created during the Sanctuary project in 2020/21. These were:
- The Anglo-Saxon stone chair in the Minster's chancel, known as the fridstool.
- A carved corbel showing the heads of St John of Beverley and King Athelstan.
- A carved 'labelstop' (a decorative feature at the end of an arch) showing a bearded man.
- An old seal 'matrix', used to create wax seals for documents.
Find out more about how the models were created in our Creating 3D models at Beverley Minster article.
View the models below...