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~Peter Ackroyd, London, The Biography

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Latest news from LA: Annual Lecture and Publication Prize announced

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




NEWS


Annual Lecture announced

All are welcome to the annual London Archaeologist lecture, to be held on Thursday 15th May. Sadie Watson, Site Director for the astonishingly rich Bloomberg site in the City will be describing the very latest findings from the post excavation analysis and updating news on the exhibition space currently being built to interpret the site history and archaeology. With discoveries ranging from original foundations of the famed Mithraic temple to streets of urban villas, mills and remains of medieval St Stephen's church, this is one of the most important sites to be excavated in the City in decades.
As ever we start proceedings at the Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Square, London WC1, with a wine reception at 6.30pm, followed by a brief AGM and the annual lecture. It's free and all are very welcome. Click here to RSVP for the wine reception please to ensure we don't run dry.

London Archaeological Prize 2014

Now in its tenth year, the biennial publication prize promotes high standards in writing about London's archaeology. If you've read - or written - a great piece of work that was published in 2012 or 2013, you can enter it for this prestigious prize. 250 and a certificate will be awarded to the winner in autumn this year.
Click here for full details of the Prize and how to apply, and click here to download the official entry form.

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Now out - Spring 2014


  • SPECIAL 36 PAGE BERMONDSEY ISSUE
  • Prehistoric topography of Bermondsey
  • More evidence for Roman settlements
  • Bermondsey Abbey links to France
  • Development of the waterfront
  • Community project at mosque
  • Post-medieval tanneries

    and on the cover, a lead/tin pilgrim badge of the archangel St Michael with shield and spear, found in waterfront dumps of the later 14th or 15th century at medieval Haywharf, located near Cannon Street station at the new Watermark Place development.

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

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