We would gratefully like to acknowledge the following for help and technical advice at various stages of this particular pilot project: Matthew Bennett, Tim Darvill, Mark Dover and Kate Welham (School of Applied Sciences, Bournemouth University) and Adam Twycross (Media School, Bournemouth University); Francis Grew and Jenny Hall (Museum of London); Laura Hadland (Jewry Wall Museum, Leicester); Gordon Hayden, Christine Medlock, Karen Newman, David Rudkin and Rob Symmons (Fishbourne Roman palace); Thorsten Opper (British Museum); Guy de la Bédoyère and Martin Henig.


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