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Sacristy Safe storage for the church valuables
Sanctuary Location of the church to the east of the alter rails
Scriptorium Place in a religious community where manuscripts were written and decorated
See Ecclesiastical area under control of a bishop
Sepulchre A tomb
Spire Conical construction on top of a tower
Stained Glass The glass is stained with metallic oxides and painted afterwards with finer details
Steeple Combined spire and tower where there is no defined join
Strapwork Ornament that imitates interlacing bands of leather
Transepts Located to the north and south of the choir, providing extra chapels and useful for holding the central tower up
Triforium The portion of the internal wall of a cathedral above the arcade and below the clerestory that fronts the area above aisles
Undercroft The crypt below the church
Transport yourself back up to a thousand years and explore historical buildings as they may have appeared in the past.
Explore the bailey and wooden tower keep of a Norman motte and bailey castle
Motte & Bailey
Explore all four floors of a Norman square keep similar to Dover Castle that was built in the twelfth century.
Explore a siege landscape and learn about the siege engines used to destroy a castle.
Explore a reconstruction of Stokesay Castle, a fortified manor house from the fifteenth century.
Explore the White Tower
Explore all four floors of the White Tower at the Tower of London using the Unity 3d game engine.