Figure 1: Image of the entire tomb in its alcove.
Figure 2: St Nicholas' parish church, Mid-Lavant, West Sussex.
Figure 3: The current interior of St Nicholas.
Figure 4: Sir William Ashburnham's tomb, Ashburnham, E. Sussex, 1675, by John Bushnell. Photo: Anthony McIntosh, CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0. http://www.publicsculpturesofsussex.co.uk/object?id=269
Figure 5: Plan of the interior of St Nicholas, Mid-Lavant showing the movement of the May tomb. Adapted from Salzmann 1953, 'Plan of Interior etc.'. Permission to adapt original image, ©Executive Editor of Victoria County History, 2016. Adapted by J. Jones and J.F. Jones 2016."
Figure 6: The lugubrious memorial: partial view of the Mary May tomb. .
Figure 7: The team setting up an RTI.
Figure 8: Different views facilitated by RTI.
Figure 9: Re-creating 'views' of the tomb through the recording methodology.
Figure 10: Using a PTM as evidence.
Figure 11: Using a PTM as evidence.
Figure 12: Blemish or finishing?
Figure 13: Checking a PTM in the church.
Figure 14: Processing an RTI in the church.
Figure 15: Pock-marks: interrogating the depth and angle.
Figure 16: Quality of later work: identifying mistakes.
Figure 17: Comparison of surface additions.
Figure 18: Superimposition of pock-marks over finishing marks.
Figure 19: Extent of the pock-marks on the effigy.
Figure 20: Lack of pock-marks on the neck.
Figure 21: The unaltered arm of Mary May.
Figure 22: Mary May's body: drapery, concealment and sensibilities.
Figure 23: Carradori's Instruzioni elementari per gli studiosa della scultura (Honour and Fleming 2002), showing the early 18th-century use of a frame and pointing machine. Public domain. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Carradori_IX.jpg [Last accessed 20 May 2016].
Figure 24: A screenshot of the annotation tool in RTIViewer.
Figure 25: The team recorded some close-up views of the tomb using a macro lens to enable interrogation at differing scales.
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