Romano-British round houses to medieval parish: excavations at 10 Gresham Street, City of London, 199-2002The process of urbanisation north of the city’s main east–west road (beneath modern Cheapside) in the Roman and again in the medieval period is illustrated by an unusually full archaeological sequence. Round houses, and evidence for glass working in an Iron Age British tradition, in the AD 60s were superseded...
Casson, Lindy ; Drummond-Murray, James ; Francis, Anthony
Roman pottery production in the Walbrook valley: excavations at 20-28 Moorgate, City of London, 1998-2000Important new evidence of London’s 2nd-century AD Roman pottery industry has been found along the western side of a tributary of the Walbrook stream. Up to eight kilns, producing Verulamium region white ware, and a probable potters’ workshop represent two phases of production. The findings indicate that much of the...
Seeley, Fiona ; Drummond-Murray, James
BookBetween 1992 and 1998 the £2.76 billion Jubilee Line Extension Project was the largest civil engineering project in Europe. Running through Westminster and north Southwark, it traverses some of the most archaeologically sensitive areas of London, ending up at Stratford on top of a medieval abbey. The tunnels for the...
Drummond-Murray, James ; Thomas, Chris ; Sidell, Jane
Settlement in Roman Southwark: archaeological excavations (1991-8) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line Extension ProjectThis volume presents important discoveries relating to the origins and development of Roman Southwark from excavations near London Bridge Station, in advance of the new Jubilee Line Extension. In the prehistoric period the area was occupied by a series of sandy islands in the tidal reaches of the Thames. The...
Drummond-Murray, James ; Thompson, Pete