BookThe construction in London of Bloomberg’s European headquarters provided an exciting opportunity for archaeologists to re-examine the site where the Roman temple of Mithras was discovered in the 1950s. Located at the heart of the Roman town and of the medieval and later City of London, the Bloomberg site has...
BookThis publication presents research into Britain’s largest, earliest and most significant collection of Roman waxed writing tablets. The collection, which boasts the first hand-written document known from Britain, was discovered during archaeological excavations for Bloomberg. The formal, official, legal and business aspects of life in the first decades of Londinium...
Tomlin, Roger S. O.
BookA research framework for London archaeology follows The archaeology of Greater London (MoLAS 2000) and is intended to be used in conjunction with it to realise the potential of the London Archaeological Archive, to manage the archaeological resource more effectively, and to generate more focused research. Chronological periods are summarised...
Nixon, Taryn ; McAdam, Ellen ; Tomber, Roberta ; Swain, Hedley
The archaeology of Greater London: an assessment of archaeological evidence for human presence in the area now covered by Greater LondonIt is nearly 25 years since the last major survey of the archaeology of the London region was written. In that quarter-century some of the most extraordinary evidence of our past has come to light: a 9000 year-old hunting camp in Uxbridge, a 2-mile-long prehistoric band-and-ditch cursus monument at Stanwell,...