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Illustrations used on outside interpretation panel on archeological sites and in museum displays and publications.
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Archaeological Reconstruction Illustrations
of Sites in Norfolk UK
by Sue Walker White
Just a few of the reconstructions Sue Walker White has produced.
Reconstruction of Bloodgate Hill Iron Age Fort, in North Norfolk, UK
 Illustration reconstructing the inner bailey of Castle Acre Castle in Norfolk, for on-site interpretation panels, Client - Engilsh Heritage
Illustration reconstructing of Castle Acre Castle in Norfolk, for on-site interpretation panels, Client - Engilsh Heritage
Reconstruction of the Roman Villa excavated at Gayton Thorpe, Norfolk, UK
Reconstruction illustration of the Roman bath house excavated at Brampton,Norfolk, UK
Illustration reconstructing the gateway of the Roman Fort at Caister-on-Sea in Norfolk, for on-site interpretation panels, Client - Engilsh Heritage
 Illustration reconstructing Waxham Hall, Barn and Church in Norfolk, for display inside the barn. Client - Norfolk County Council
Illustration reconstructing the centre of the Roman town at Caistor St Edmund in Norfolk, for anon-site interpretation panels, Client - Norfolk Archaeological Trust.
Illustration reconstructing of the Iron Age Queen Boudica, for on-site interpretation panel.
Iron Age Loom Reconstruction
Reconstruction of Bronze Age Barrow Burial
Illustration reconstructing the Abbey of St Benets in Norfolk, for on-site interpretation panel, Client - Norfolk Archaeological Trust.
The Snettisham Great Torc © Sue White
Reconstruction illustration for the Iron Age Fort site at Bloodgate Hill, for the Norfolk Archaeological Trust.
Reconstruction of the Iron Age fort at Warham, Norfolk, with some of the flora and insects that live on the chalk grassland of the site, for Norfolk Archaeological Trust and Holkham Estate.