While recovering from jet lag over the long weekend, I started to digitize a georeferenced plan of the church at E.F2. We are lucky enough to have some fantastic architecture state plans of the basilica and environs.
The church is also neatly visible in Bing Maps. So that allowed me to check my rather informal georeferencing of the building.
The plan lined up pretty well.
First, I drew the the walls and some of the buttresses. This was an interesting interpretative project in and of itself.
Then I confronted the reality that sometimes you have to digitize the stones:
I need to digitize some of the various lines that contribute so much to the architect’s plans, but I have a draft now: