A silver coin and a fragment of high-status tile have been found at the site of a former palace of Henry VIII. The tile dates to the fourteenth century, indicating that an important manor house stood on the site before Elsyng Palace was built. The coin bears an image of the king’s face.
Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI), a San Francisco-based non-profit, is offering free training in high-tech imaging to local and national museum professionals at a series of workshops throughout the US. Museum staff use the imaging techniques to create beautiful, high-resolution, interactive media that reveal never-before-seen surface details and enhance research efforts and public education programs.