Home Recent issues Archaeology in London Subscribe Writing for LA Contact us

“ …the major source of archaeological information remains The London Archaeologist. The articles and site reports in that periodical are invaluable.”

~Peter Ackroyd, London, The Biography

New autumn edition out now - see what's in the latest issue

Sign up for a big autumn conference on intertidal and underwater archaeology

Latest news from LA

Mesolithic structure discovered on Vauxhall foreshore: photo Nathalie Cohen For anyone interested in the history, heritage or archaeology of the capital, London Archaeologist is essential reading. Since 1968 it has been the periodical of record for the London area, covering every major archaeological discovery, period, event and issue.
Relaunched in 2007, the magazine's coverage and activities have expanded, and its circulation has increased by 30%. London Archaeologist now includes a broader range of content than ever:
  • excavation reports
  • historical articles
  • artefact and finds studies
  • monograph and report previews
  • archaeologist interviews
  • local society profiles
  • museum and exhibition reports
  • news
  • commentary
  • book reviews
  • events diary
  • ...and more


Follow us on Facebook

Join the London Archaeologist Facebook group and find up what we're up to between issues of the magazine. We're here:

Back issues free online

Every London Archaeologist published from the first issue in 1968 to the spring issue 2011 can now be accessed free on the Archaeology Data Service - ADS. It's an amazing resource for researchers and browsing through the early issues offers a fascinating look at how archaeology has changed.
Click here to go to ADS.

Subscribe or renew online

You can now subscribe to London Archaeologist or renew your subscription online using your credit or debit card via the secure CBA Shop.
Click here to find out more.

Join Thames Discovery Programme and Nautical Archaeology Society for a major new conference in November

Check out the TDP website here to find out more about this big joint conference organised by TDP and NAS. We're publishing this notice for our friends at TDP as the ad prepared for our summer issue wasn't printed on the back page due to a production error.

Now out - Autumn 2014

  • planning Westminster Abbey's precincts
  • imagery of roman seal boxes in London
  • burial ground at Royal Mint Square
  • Southwark's Roman hinterland
  • archaeologist John Maloney's significant site

    ...and on the cover, the mid-Saxon thrymsa of c. 650-675 AD from the Lundenwic waterfront, the first such coin to be recovered from a stratified context in London.

    …plus commentary, news, book reviews, letter to the editor and events diary.

Home Recent issues Archaeology in London Subscribe Writing for LA Contact us

London Archaeologist is published quarterly by the London Archaeologist Association
Registered Charity number 262851
©London Archaeologist Association 2000-2014