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Contents of Vol.14 No.1/ summer 2014

Features
Just the job: Ancient futures - London's Inspector of Ancient Monuments is one of only 18 such officials serving all the geographic regions of England, under the auspices of English Heritage. Becky Wallower spoke to Jane Sidell, the inspector responsible for the Greater London Authority Area, about her 'dream job'.
Access to archaeology: Festival of Archaeology 12-27 July 2014
Research
ROMAN AND MEDIEVAL DEFENCES NORTH OF LUDGATE
Excavations at 42-6 Ludgate Hill and 1-6 Old Bailey, London EC4
Peter Rowsome, with contributions from Lyn Blackmore (pottery) and Chiz Harward (graphics)
THE WESTERN STREAM, ROMAN CITY WALL AND MEDIEVAL CITY DITCH
Excavations at 7-10 Old Bailey, London EC4
Portia Askew
WILLIAM WIDMORE'S POTTERY CUPBOARD
Excavations in Thames Street, London, 1974-78
John Schofield and Jacqueline Pearce

plus commentary, news, letter to the editor and diary of events


Contents of Vol.13 No.12/ spring 2014

Features
Access to archaeology: Archaeology with an Islamic community - future users of the Southwark mosque took part in the pre-development excavations of the site. John Maloney reports on the community project.
Findspot: Mother and daughter monasteries: a geological link between France and Saxo-Norman priories in Bermondsey and Lewes - Kevin Hayward of Pre-Construct Archaeology investigates some unusual geology.
Research
EXCAVATIONS AND GEOARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS AT ST MICHAEL'S SCHOOL, JOHN FELTON ROAD, BERMONDSEY
PART 1: lost islands and early prehistoric landscapes of Southwark
Craig J Halsey, with Rob Scaife, John Whittaker and Karen Stewart
PART 2: Roman and post-medieval activity
Andy Daykin
DEVELOPMENT OF THE THAMES WATERFRONT AT BERMONDSEY DURNING THE 17TH AND18TH CENTURIES
Excavations at Chambers Street, Bermondsey
Isca Howell, Damian Goodburn, Nigel Jeffries and Beth Richardson
EXCAVATIONS AT 217-219 LONG LANE, SOUTHWARK
medieval pits and ditches to post-medieval tanneries
Ken Pitt with Lyn Blackmore, Anne Davis and Kevin Rielly

plus commentary, news, letter to the editor and diary of events


Contents of Vol.13 No.11/ winter 2013/2014

Feature
Report preview: Heads will roll - A report due out early this year has the potential to change our interpretation of burial in Roman London. Chiz Harward, Natasha Powers and Sadie Watson preview key discoveries in a monograph covering 20 years of archaeological work in the upper Walborook valley.
Research
SOMERS TOWN GOODS YARD
Excavations at Brill Place, Camden NW1
Hana Lewis
HARMONDSWORTH FARM'S OTHER BUILDINGS
A study of the buildings around the Great Barn
Colin Bowlt
THE RIVER AND THE FISH
A preliminary evaluation of the archaoelogy of early medieval fish traps on the Thames
Paul Clabburn
NEW LIGHT ON EARLY LEATHER-WORKING INDUSTRY IN MEDIEVAL WEST HAM
Excavations near Stratford Langthorne Abbey
Rosie Cummings
PHARMACEUTICAL GLASS IN POST-MEDIEVAL LONDON
A proposed typology
Karime Castillo Cardenas

plus commentary, news, book review and diary of events


Contents of Vol.13 No.10/ autumn 2013

Features
Findspot: Domestic menagerie in Greenwich? - What were rabbit, guinea pig and parrot bones doing in an early 19th-century well? Kevin Riellly of Pre-Construct Archaeology investigated the bones and the animals' historical context.
Research
FROM SALT PETRE BANK TO DOCK STREET
Post-medieval glass manufacture in Tower Hamlets
Richard Humphrey with John Shepherd
FILLING OUR MINDS WITH RUBBISH AND FACTS
More Roman discoveries at Gladstone Place, Old Ford
Iain Bright
VIEW FROM A CESSPIT
A late Georgian household in West Ham Abby
Lyn blackmore, Ian Betts, Robert Cowie, Nigel Jeffries, James Morris, Jacqui Pearce, Alan Pipe, Beth Richardson and Karen Stewart
NEW TALES OF OLD LONDON EC4
The lost Roman port, Shadwell, and other stories
David Bird
BRONZE AGE ENVIRONMENTS AND BURIAL IN THE LOWER LEA VALLEY
Investigations in the Stratford City Development
Peter Boyer, Mary Nicholls and Barry Bishop

plus commentary, news, book reviews and diary of events


Contents of Vol.13 No.9/ summer 2013

Features
Obituary - Dennis Turner 1932-2013: Gerry Moss remembers a great supporter of London archaeology
Project update: The Bloomberg bonanza - Two years of excavations at this key City site are revealing excepttional evidence of habitation and activity going back to the earliest Roman settlement. To update April's press extravaganza Becky Wallower talked to Mola's Site Director Sadie Watson and others workng on the project.
Research
100-142 UNION STREET
Roman land management and post-medieval structures
Catherine Edwards
EARLY WATERMANAGEMENT ON THE WATERWORKS RIVER IN STRATFORD, LONDON E15
Saxon and Norman works to manage the River Lea
Robin Wroe-Brown with Damian Goodburn and Karen Stewart
LONDON'S MEDIEVAL FIELDS
London's environs in the medieval period
Chris Phillpotts
2-18 ST BRIDE STREET, 87-88 FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON EC4
A print works and other post-medieval development
Andy Daykin and Jacqui Pearce, with contributions by Ian Betts, Lyn Blackmore, Geoff Egan and Tony Grey

plus commentary, news and diary of events


Contents of Vol.13 No.8/ spring 2013

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Author, author: And the award goes to...- What makes for an award-winning publication? Becky Wallower spoke to John Schofield, author of London 1100-1600, winner of the 2012 London Archaeological Prize, to find out.
Research
MICHAEL FARADAY SCHOOL
A LAARC Community Excavation Project
Pat Miller and Kate Sumnall
LIFE AND DEATH IN SUBURBIA
Archaeological work at St Mark's Church, Surbiton
Rachel Ives
THE GREAT HALL IN THE INMOST WARD, TOWER OF LONDON
The history of a lost building
Geoffrey Parnell
EXCAVATIONS AT ANCHOR IRON WHARF, GREENWICH, PART 2
Industrial and social development in the 17th-19th centuries
Anthony Francis and Julian Bowsher, with contributions by Jacqui Pearce, Lynne Keys, Ian Betts and Ian Tyers

plus book reviews, commentary, news and diary of events


Contents of Vol.13 No.7/ winter 2012/2013

Features
Obituary - Tony McKenna: an appreciation by Harvey Sheldon
Project update: Ship to shore - Eliott Wragg continues the account of the significant discoveries made on the foreshore by the Thames Discovery Programme, concentrating on all things nautical
Significant site: Happenstance on the waterfront - Gustav Milne happened into archaeology via the City waterfront and his career has been anchored in what he found - and learned - along the Thames in the 1970s
Research
LONDON'S ELIZABETHAN SHIPWRECK
The Gresham ship project 2007-2012
Gustav Milne
EXCAVATIONS AT ANCHOR IRON WHARF, GREENWICH, PART 1
A discussion of the Tudor buildings and their artefacts
Julian Bowsher and Anthony Francis, with contributions by Ian Betts and Jacqui Pearce
LONDON'S MEDIEVAL PORT
Accessing the data from London's 12th-century port
John Schofield

plus book reviews, commentary, news and diary of events


Contents of Vol.13 No.6/ autumn 2012

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Obituary - Pat Wilkinson: an appreciation of her life
Findspot: New style tile? - John Phillips examines what appear to be the first examples of colourful flecked Tudor/Stuart period tile in London, and perhaps Britain
Access to archaeology - Archaeology for everyone at Festival of British Archaeology 2012
Research
MADE IN DAGENHAM
Burial and pottery production in the Iron Age and Roman periods
Edward Bidulph
A TOUCH OF SPICE
Excavations at Cinnamon Street near Wapping Docks for the East London Line
Rupert Featherby, with contributions by Anne Davis and Jane Corcoran
SHIFTING THE BOUNDARIES
A Bronze Age boundary ditch at the former Royal Sun Alliance Sports Ground, Raynes Park
Iain Bright
THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART SITE
Battersea from the Iron Age to modern times
Angus Stephenson and Catherine Edwards

plus book review, commentary, news and diary of events


Contents of Vol.13 No.5/ summer 2012

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Obituary - Jonathan Cotton and Alison Parnum appreciate the life of Gillian Clegg
Access to archaeology - Highlights of July's 16-day Festival of British Archaeology in London
Research
EARLY TOOTING BEC AND ITS REPUTED PRIORY
What lies behind a popular local myth
Graham Gower
THE GUY'S HOSPITAL ROMAN BOAT FIFTY YEARS ON
Fresh discoveries reveal more about this Roman boat and its construction
Bruce Watson, with contributions by Ian Blair and Nigel Jeffries
LATE 13TH-CENTURY HOUSEHOLD 'CLEARANCE GROUPS' ON GRESHAM STREET AND THE lONDON JEWRY
Detailed ceramic study throws new light on the end of London's medieval Jewry
Nigel Jeffries
THE HIGHGATE POTTERY KILN EXPERIMENT 2010
Nick Peacey returns to the site of an earlier experiment and solves a long-standing problem

plus book review, commentary, letters to the editor, news and diary of events


Contents of Vol.13 No.4/ spring 2012

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Museum issues - How to save a museum? Becky Wallower investigates whether Wandsworth Museum's establishment as a charitable body is proving to be a model for other threatened heritage organisations
Findspot - Milk Street Mikveh Ian Blair and Bruce Watson discuss the significance of a unique remnant of London's medieval Jewish community
Research
CROYDON, CROCUS AND COLLYRIUM
How did Croydon get its name? From a Roman luxury crop or a little-known Germanic settler?
David Bird
TALBOT EDWARDS, HOLCROFT BLOOD, THE CROWN JEWELS AND THE ORDNANCE DRAWING ROOM
An account of some extraordinary goings-on and their consequences at the Tower of London in the 17th Century
Geoffrey Parnell
A STUDY OF THE RIVER WALBROOK THROUGH ROMAN LONDON
A reconstruction of the flow of the Walbrook throughout the Roman period
Tony Taylor
AN IRON AGE AND EARLY ROMANO-BRITISH FARMSTEAD AT THE WAR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CARSHALTON
New excavations expand our knowledge of the rural settlement of London's southern hinterland
Douglas Killock

plus commentary, letter to the editor, news and diary of events



Contents of Vol.13 No.3/ winter 2011/2012

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Project update - Fieldwork on the foreshore Nathalie cohen describes important discoveries made by the Thames Discovery Programme over the project's three productive years
Research
EARLY SAXON ROEHAMPTON
The first archaeological evidence for early Saxon settlement in this part of south-west London
Giles Dawkes, with Luke Barber, Anna Doherty and Elke Raemen
DELFTWARE POTHOUSE SITES IN LONDON
An updated account of tin-glazed ware production sites in London
David Gordon
WHEN THE WAR CAME TO STRATFORD
Archaeological and built heritage recording of the Second World War structures in the Lower Lea Valley
Gary Brown and Guy Thompson with Kari Bower

plus commentary, letter to the editor, news and diary of events



Contents of Vol.13 No.2/ autumn 2011

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Access to archaeology - More access, more records: a Greater London Historic Environment Record for all Stuart Cakebread and Krystyna Truscoe report on how this huge resource is being expanded and brought up to date
Access to archaeology - Festival of British Archaeology 2011 discovery, creativity, spectacle
Findspot - Medieval fishing on the Isle of Dogs Nathalie Cohen and Nick Stevens review the background to an ephemeral find from the foreshore
Research
PREHISTORIC SOUTHWARK
Excavations in Bermondsey shed further light on the prehistory of north Southwark
Jim Leary, Nick Branch and Louise Rayner
BRINGING LONDON'S ARCHAEOLOGY TO A WIDER PUBLIC
The work of the City of London Archaeological Trust
John Schofield
VALENTINES DAY
Archaeological investigtions during the Valentines Mansion Restoration Project
James Young Langthorne
THE NEW ARMOURIES, TOWER OF LONDON
Building accounts reveal the history of a major building
Norman Plastow
SUFFOLK PLACE
Southwark's forgotten Tudor royal palace
Geoffrey Parnell

plus commentary, letters to the editor, book reviews, news and diary of events



Contents of Vol.13 No.1/ summer 2011

Features
Access to archaeology - Festival of British Archaeology preview of London evvents coming up at FOBA
Strategy - The Greater London Historic Environment Research Strategy Peter Rowsome reports on progress on behalf of the team developing the GLHERS
Research
SAXON DEFENCES IN THE LEA VALLEY
Where were the boundaries of the defended settlement?
Graham Dawson
A MILITARY MAN IN THE LEA VALLEY
More revelations from the Olympic Park
Amelia Fairman
FULHAM PALACE MOAT REVEALED
Medieval and later bridges brought to light
Phil Emery
LAST WORDS ON THE COWLEY HOLE
More of these enigmatic features around London
Norman Plastow
SUFFOLK PLACE
Southwark's forgotten Tudor royal palace
Bruce Watson

plus commentary, letters to the editor, book reviews, news and diary of events



Contents of Vol.12 No.12/ spring 2011

Features
Significant site - To market, to market… Gary Brown tells Becky Wallower about the part that the Leadenhall Market site played in his life
Obituary - Bill White Jelena Bakvalac and colleagues celebrate his life
Obituary - Geoff Egan Beth Richardson salutes an extraordinary life
Research
THE FIRST OLYMPIC VILLAGE
Bronze Age settlement at the Olympics Aquatic Centre
John Payne
ROSEMARY SCHOOL AND SENSORY GARDENS
Post-medieval development in Clerkenwell
Ian Hogg
PUTTING THE BARRACKS BACK IN THE TOWER OF LONDON
Revealing the construction of an enigmatic building
Geoffrey Parnell
EXCAVATIONS AT TOLWORTH COURT FARM
A new Saxon site?
Heather Forrester

plus commentary, letters to the editor (more on the Cowley Hole), news and diary of events



Contents of Vol.12 No.11/ Winter 2010/2011

Features
Report preview - Babe Ruth's bath-house Victoria Ridgeway previews a report on the excavation of the Roman settlement at Shadwell
Findspot - Strange sherds from Cheam Clive Orton discusses some odd finds from an old excavation
Obituary - Penny MacConnoran Lyn Blackmore, Ian Blair and Jackie Keily pay tribute to her life and work
Research
LONDON'S TOP SECRET
London's oldest prehistoric structure
Gustav Milne, Nathalie Cohen and Jon Cotton
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDINGS AT THE SITE OF THE ST PANCRAS BURIAL GROUND AND ITS VICINITY
Large-scale excavations at St Pancras International
Phil Emery and Pat Miller
THE COWLEY HOLE - WHAT IS IT?
The excavation of a mystery feature
Colin Bowlt and Ken Pearce
A RETURN TO CRYSTAL PALACE STATION
Recording historic buildings in advance of refurbishment
David Sorapure and Michael Tetreau

plus commentary, letters to the editor, book reviews, news and diary of events



Contents of Vol.12 No.10/ Autumn 2010

Features
Museum visit - Galleries galore Becky Wallower and Clive Orton review new national and local musuem galleries in London
Access to archaeology - Pots of action at FOBA 2010 This year's Festival of British Archaeology in London
Obituary - "The old order changeth..." Clive Orton appreciates the life and work of Nick Fuentes
Research
EXCAVATIONS AT 2-14 WHITGIFT STREET, CROYDON
Further evidence for Roman and medieval Croydon
Portia Askew
A TALE OF TWO POWER STATIONS
Environmental archaeological investigations at Battersea and Lots Road power stations
Nicholas Branch, Christopher Green, Robert Batchelor, Daniel Young, Scott Elias, Nigel Cameron and John Athersuch
THE LONDON BOOK OF THE DEAD
A new resource collates records of burials in the GLSMR
David Gordon

plus commentary, letters to the editor, news and diary of events


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Contents of Vol.12 No.9/ Summer 2010

Features
Findspot - Anne Mowbray: royal child bride Bruce Watson reports on how the discovery of the remains of a 15th-century princess went awry in the 1960s
Access to archaeology - Festival of British Archaeology: highlights of the annual event
Research
THE 'GREAT' HOUSES OF MEDIEVAL SOUTHWARK
The importance of Southwark in the medieval period
Graham Dawson
RECENT EXCAVATIONS ON THE SITE OF A TUDOR MANSION AT COPPED HALL, ESSEX
A community archaeology project reveals one of London's lost Tudor mansions
Christina Holloway
THE ROMAN CRAY VALLEY: SOME PERIPHERAL LANDHOLDINGS ON THE CROFTON VILLA ESTATE
Local settlement patterns in the Roman period
Kerry Boyce
FROM PREHISTORIC TO URBAN SHOREDITCH: EXCAVATIONS AT HOLYWELL PRIORY, HOLYWELL LANE, LONDON EC2
One of London's lesser-known monastic houses
Hana Lewis

plus commentary, letters to the editor, book reviews, news and diary of events



Contents of Vol.12 No.8/ Spring 2010

Features
Museum visit - A welcome return to Camden Town: Clive Orton visits the reopened Jewish Museum London
Just the job - Scaling pinnacles: Becky Wallower finds out what Warwick Rodwell does as Consultant Archaeologist to Westminster Abbey
Research
EXCAVATIONS AT BELMARSH WEST, WOOLWICH
The site of London's earliest man-made structure
Diccon Hart
KING ALFRED AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF LONDON
When was Lundenburh founded?
Jeremy Haslam
AN ARCHEOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE ORIGINS OF ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL
Was St Paul's Cathedral always on its present site?
Kathleen M McCourt
NEW EVIDENCE FOR THE LONDON-COLCHESTER ROMAN ROAD AND ADJACENT SETTLEMENT AT BOW/OLD FORD
The latest news on Londinium's eastern neighbour
Johanna Vuolteenaho with Ian betts, Alan Pipe and Beth Richardson

plus commentary, news and diary of events



Contents of Vol.12 No.7/ Winter 2009/2010

Features
In context - Finding a niche: Becky Wallower interviews Jackie Keily and Stuart Brookes.
Report preview - Feeding the Navy: Ian Grainger describes investigations into the Royal Navy's first victualling yard
Research
THE BATTERSEA CHANNEL
Investigations of a possible former course of the Thames
Mike Morley
THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANGLO-JEWRY IN LONDON
A survey of the surviving evidence
Kenneth Marks
THE MESOLITHIC LANDSCAPE IN THE WANDLE VALLEY
Excavations in Merton shed light on a lost landscape
Craig J Halsey and Rob Scaife

plus book reviews, commentary, news and diary of events, plus a newsletter from CBA London



Contents of Vol.12 No.6 Autumn 2009

Features
Access to archaeology - Archaeology for London: how London Archaeologist got involved in this summer's Festival of British Archaeology.
Society report - The dissolution of SCOLA - Richard Buchanan reports on the final AGM
Access to archaeology - Frogs on the foreshore - Natalie Cohen reviews theorigins and first year's progress of the Thames Discovery Programme
Research
SAXO-NORMAN SOUTHWARK
A review of the archeological and historical evidence
Bruce Watson
EXCAVATIONS AT DRAPERS' GARDENS
New evidence of Roman settlement along the Wallbrook
Neil Hawkins
BURFORD WHARF CALICO PRINTING WORKS
Post-medieval wharfs on the Channelsea River, Stratford
Tim Carew, Damian Goodburn, Nigel Jeffries and Angus Stephenson

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



Contents of Vol.12 No.5 Summer 2009

Features
Access to archaeology - highlights of London events during Festival of British Archaeology.
Report preview - Rarity and diversity - London's Roman mosaics - Christopher Catling looks at the findings of David Neal and Stephen Cosh's new report
Museum visit - Bishop's move - Clive Orton reports on a visit to Fulham Palace
Findspot - Glorious glass from Prescot Street - Guy Hunt and John Shepherd reveal how a curious artefact became a star attraction of the eastern Roman cemetery
Research
THE ELUSIVE VILL
In search of Kingston's late Saxon manor
Hana Lewis
DUMPS AND TESSERAE
High-status building materials from 33 Union Street, Southwark
James Gerrard
AXE STREET, BARKING
The supply of medieval Mill Green-type ware to London and south Essex
Tim Carew, Daniel Eddisford, Jacqui Pearce and Alan Vince

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



Contents of Vol.12 No.4 Spring 2009

Features
Excavation latest - Tide power in medieval Greenwich - News on a rare and significant discovery by Museum of London Archaeology.
Obituary - Alan Vince - an appreciation by Mike Hughes
Just the job - Safe and sound - Becky Wallower interviews Liz Barham, who, with her colleague Liz Goodman, provides the archaeological conservation service at Museum of London Archaeology
Research
WEST SMITHFIELD
The excavation of a site to the west of the City of London
Nathalie Cohen
IN THE BRICKFIELDS
Archaeological investigations at Latham's Yard, Leeside Wharf, Clapton
Dougie Killock and Christopoher Phillpotts with Duncan Hawkins
RED OR YELLOW?
The changing colour of Roman London's roof-line
Sophie Unger

plus commentary, news, book reviews and diary of events



Contents of Vol.12 No.3 Winter 2008/2009

Features
Report preview - Southwark Cathedral: towards a third millennium - Victoria Ridgeway previews a forthcoming report chronicling the transformation of the Borough site from Roman road to Anglican cathedral, by way of priory, pigsty and pottery kiln.
In context - Now and then... - Becky Wallower interviews Peter Marsden and Sophie Jackson to probe their perspective on London's archaeology over 40 years
Findspot - Exotic Deptford - Philip L. Armitage ponders how an aspiring Deptford family came to have walrus bones from the Arctic and pelican bones from America
Research
THE PINEAPPLE PROJECT
The story of a project to revitalise Christ Church Greyfriars
Richard Gilpin
THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF EARLY MODERN INNS OF COURT
17th-century ceramics and small finds assemblages
Alexis Haslam, Chris Jarrett, Märit Gaimster and John Shepherd
ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, AD604-1087
A synthesis of recent work in and around the Cathedral
John Schofield, Llyn Blackmore and David Stocker

plus Commentary, News and Diary of Events



Contents of Vol.12 No.2 Autumn 2008

Features
Young Archaeologists' Clubs in London - Sarah Dhanjal, Mike Corbishley and Sophie Allen review how YACS are faring in the capital
Museum visit - Clive Orton visits one of London's most accessible Roman villas
Research
ST ALPHAGE'S TOWER, CRIPPLEGATE: MONUMENT TO TENACITY
The story of the survival of a City landmark
Caroline A Sandes
WATCHING THE PAST UNFOLD BEFORE YOUR EYES
An excavation taking place on the web
Guy Hunt, Chaz Morse and Lorna Richardson
HOW USEFUL ARE ANTIQUARIAN DRAWINGS IN LOCATING AND INTERPRETING ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES?
How reliable were Stukeley and Aubrey?
Sarah Ritchie
FIVE 19TH-CENTURY THAMES LIGHTERS FROM ERITH
Excavating London's maritime history
Giles Dawkes

plus Commentary, News, Book Reviews, Letter to the Editor and Diary of Events



Contents of Vol.12 No.1 Summer 2008

Features
Findspot - The radiocarbon dating of two London shofarot - Tamara Chase, Jennifer Marin, Ken Marks, jeremy Schonfield and Bruce Watson date two enigmatic artefacts
Significant site - Clive Orton remembers Mitcham Grove
Strategy - Developing a research strategy for London's historic environment - Peter Rowsome invites contributions to the strategy that will help to realise the potential of London's archaeology
Report preview - Robert Cowie and Llyn Blackmore preview a new monograph on London's Early and Middle Saxon rural settlement
Research
SAXON KINGSBURY AND ST ANDREW'S OLD CHURCH
The topographical setting of a neglected medieval church
Andrew Agate
MEDIEVAL AND POST-MEDIEVAL BUILDINGS ALONG BERMONDSEY STREET
Structures in the precinct of Bermondsey Abbey
Jeremy Taylor with Terence Smith, Lucy Whittingham, Nicky Powell, Kate Roberts, Kevin Reilly and Damian Goodburn
ROMAN STONE BUILDING, DITCHES AND BURIALS ALONG WATLING STREET
A possible mausoleum alonside the Roman Road
Paul Thrale with Rupert Featherby, Kevin Reilly and Angela Wardle
DOCKLANDS BEFORE THE DOCKS: A MODEL OF SETTLEMENT HISTORY c. 1800 BC TO c. 1800 AD
Four thousand years of change in London's docklands
Chris Phillpotts

plus Commentary, News and Diary of Events



Contents of Vol.11 No.12 Spring 2008

Features
Findspot - Kevin Reily investigates the Roman bear skull from Drapers Gardens
Letters to the editor - Brian Philp writes in on Roman roads, and Robert Thompson adds information on 17th century tokens
Research
LONDON BEFORE LONDON
Piecing together London's Paleolithic past
Caroline Juby
A GEOPHYSICAL SURVEY AT BRUCE CASTLE PARK
Community archaeology in Tottenham
Roy Stephenson
SUBURBAN DEVELOPMENT IN WESTMINSTER
Excavations on the site of Caxton Hall
David Sankey with contributions from Lyn Blackmore, Ian Betts, Geoff Egan, Tony Grey and Terence Smith
ARCHIVE COLD CASES
Laura Schaaf and Roy Stephenson ask for help on some forgotten sites
THE FULHAM PALACE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT
Phil Emery and Chris Mayo describe the problems of archaeology in a Grade I listed building

plus Commentary, Diary of Events, News and Book reviews



Contents of Vol.11 No.11 Winter 2007/2008

Features
Access to archaeology - Lorna Richardson explains how web technology will give unprecedented access to the Prescot Street excavation
Report preview - Victoria Ridgeway previews a monograph on riverside development at Thames Street from the Roman period
Just the job - Marc Meltonville tells what it is like to be a food archaeologist
Letter to the Editor - Kerry Boyce responds to comments
Research
THE FUTURE IS . . . WET
Erosion on the Thames foreshore
Fiona Haughey
STOPPING THE ROT
How a multi disciplinary approach provided the answer to subsidence and structural damage at Westminster Hall
George Nash
RITUAL DEPOSIT ON A ROMAN SITE IN THE CITY
Excavations at 11 Leadenhall Street, City of London
Diccon Hart and Melissa Melikian

plus Commentary, Diary of Events, News and Book reviews



Contents of Vol.11 No.10 Autumn 2007

Features
Report preview - David Bowsher and Nick Holder preview a major new monograph on London's medieval Guildhall
In context - Becky Wallower interviews Richard Humphrey and Nick Truckle
Letter to the Editor - A recipe from Kevin Flude
Research
STREAMS IN THE CITY
New evidence on Londinium’s western stream
Portia Askew with Peter Rowsome
THE IMPLICATIONS OF ISOLATED ROMAN BATH-HOUSES IN THE CRAY VALLEY
How was Londinium’s rural hinterland organised?
Kerry Boyce
HINTON’S: A 19TH-CENTURY EATING HOUSE IN SOUTHWARK
Social history from discarded pottery
Tracey Gooch
ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR THE OLD CASTLE PUBLIC HOUSE, PUTNEY
Tracing the development of a lost building
Kathleen Sayer, Märit Gaimster, Chris Jarrett and Ken Sabel

plus Commentary, Diary of Events, News and Book review



Contents of Vol.11 No.9 Summer 2007

Features
Museum report - Paul Sowan hunts down some historic railway track
Society profile - Becky Wallower meets members of the Hendon and District Archaeological Society
Significant Site - Harvey Sheldon revisits Old Ford
Letters to the Editor - Carole Hartley and Graham Dawson write in
Obituary - Alison Parnum and Jonathan Cotton remember Margaret Woldridge
Museum visit- Clive Orton visits a unique house in London's West End
Research
THE ROMAN VILLA IN WANSTEAD PARK
Ground-penetrating radar reveals deeply-buried remains
John Shepherd and Ralph Potter
HOLYWELL PRIORY AND THE THEATRE IN SHOREDITCH
The search for a priory reveals one of London’s earliest theatres
Julian Bowsher
UNEARTHING AN AIR-RAID SHELTER AT EDGWARE JUNIOR SCHOOL
Schoolboy curiosity leads to an historic find
Gabriel Moshenska
SAXON AND MEDIEVAL NEWHAM
An excavation supports traditional belief
Fiona Keith-Lucas with A. Vaughan-Williams and Peter Moore

plus Commentary, Diary of Events, News and Book reviews



Contents of Vol.11 No.8 Spring 2007

Features
Museum Visit - Mary Edwards takes us to Greenwich Heritage Centre
Report Review - Peter Rowsome highlights findings from a new monograph on Merton Abbey
Findspot - Märit Gaimster researches a medieval graffito from Bermonsey Abbey
In Context - Becky Wallower talks with Simon Blatherwick and Nigel Wilson
Research
REVISING ROMAN KINGSTON
How recent discoveries are changing our image of this Roman settlement
Duncan Hawkins with contributions from Christopher Green
LONDON’S EARLIEST ROMAN BATH-HOUSES?
How plotting building rubble can reveal undiscovered buildings
Susan Pringle
DRINKS BY THE RIVER
The investigation of a notoriuos tavern at Chelsea Bridge Warf, Wandsworth
Jane Corcoran, Nigel Jeffries and Tony Mackinder
KILL OR CURE
The osteological evidence of the mercury treatment of syphilis in 17th- to 19th-century London
Fiona Tucker

plus Commentary, Diary of Events, Notice of AGM


Contents of Vol.11 No.7 Winter 2006

Saxon activity at 15-17 Long Acre, City of Westminster Les Capon
The Millbank Penitentiary: excavations at the Chelsea School of Art and Design Catherine Edwards with a contribution from Karl Hulka
An ornamental structure from the Elizabethian garden at Carew Manor, Beddington John Phillips
A CBA Group for London Michael Heyworth

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.11 No.6 Autumn 2006

Roman, medieval and post-medieval activity at West Smithfield: recent work at 8-22 Smithfield Street and 30-38 Hosier Lane, City of London Phil Treviel, Bruce Watson
Graffiti at St Paul's: the cleaning and repair of the west end of the cathedral 2003-5 John Schofield
Excavations at 97-101 and 103 Union Street, Southwark Les Capon
Archiving London's digital archaeological data; problems, pragmatism ...and progress? Edward Evans

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.11 No.5 Summer 2006

Portugese faience in London Tânia Casimiro
The Manor of Huscarls and the Beddington Roman villa John Phillips
Early box flue tiles from LondonSusan Pringle
Excavation and post-excavation work  
On the Campden Hill Spur: excavations at Vicarage Gate House, Kensington, W8 Elliot Wragg, Peter Moore

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.11 No.4 Spring 2006

Excavations at 211 Long Lane, Southwark Part 2: Romano-British pasture to post-medieval tanneries Jacqueline McKinley
Waste and its disposal in Southwark Jill Hooper
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Bronze Age occupation of Newbury Park: further evidence of prehistoric RedbridgeKark Hülka
The New Medieval Gallery at the Museum of London David Gordon, Tracey Gooch, Lousie Campbell, Sophie Brown, Andy Agate

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.11 No.3 Winter 2005

History v. Archaeology: the City of London on the eve of the Great Fire of 1666, a case study Kim Biddulph
A 17th-century delftware tile group from 31 James Street, Covent Garden WC2 John Brown
Patrick Loobey - Champion of Local HistoryGraham Gower
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Excavations at 211 Long Lane, Southwark Part 1: prehistoric Neckinger-side environment in Southwark and its implication for prehistoric communities Michael J Allen, Rob Scaife, Nigel Cameron, Chris J Stevens

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


London Fieldwork and Publication Round-up 2004

Contents

Fieldwork Roundup compiled by Cath Maloney
London Archaeological Bibliography 2004 compiled by Isabel Holroyd


Contents of Vol.11 No.2 Autumn 2005

Saxon in Deptford Märit Gaimster
The Priory of St Leonard Stratford-at-Bow and Parish Church of St Mary Bromley-by-Bow Duncan Hawkins, Chris Phillpotts
Excavation and post-excavation work  
A medieval dock at Waltham Abbey, and a consideration of medieval measurements Peter Huggins

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.11 No.1 Summer 2005

Getting Archaeology in Class Andy Agate
A Previously unknown watercourse west of the City Jonathon Butler with Damian Goodburn, Chris Jarrett, Geoff Egan, Adrian Palmer & Nick Branch
Field boundaries or funerary enclosures - a new look at Old Ford Tom Wilson, Robert Cowie, Robin Symonds
Excavation and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.10 No.12 Spring 2005

Roman and medieval buildings, an assemblage of rare 18th-century glass, and other finds from 15-17 King Street, London EC2 Ian Blair
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Medieval deerskin processing waste from Moor House site, London EC2 Philip L Armitage; Jonathon Butler
Fact or Folklore: the Viking attack on London Bridge Jan Ragnar Hagland; Bruce Watson

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.10 No.11 Winter 2004

285-291 Tooley Street: further evidence for late Iron Age/early Roman settlement in Bermondsey Jim Leary
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Roman and later pits at 5 Billiter Street, City of London Malcolm McKenzie with Robin P Symonds
Boudica - yet again Jim Gould
The origins of Lundenwic? Excavations at 8-9 Long Acre/16 Garrick Street, WC2 Lyn Blackmore; Alan Vince; Robert Cowie

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


London Fieldwork and Publication Round-up 2003

Contents

Fieldwork Roundup compiled by Cath Maloney
London Archaeological Bibliography 2003 compiled by Isabel Holroyd


Contents of Vol.10 No.10 Autumn 2004

The late medieval bricks and brickwork of London wall in St Alphage Garden, EC2 Terence Paul Smith
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Roman and Medieval occupation at 8-10 Old Jewry, City of London Sadie Watson
The Little Rose Estate: new insights into the Rose Theatre, Southwark; Part 2 Simon Blatherwick; Chris Pickard
Hindu finds from the Thames Nikola Burdon

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.10 No.9 Summer 2004

Riparian Barnes revistited Robert Cowie; Graham Spur
An archaeological watching brief of the exhumaation of the Jesuit Cemetery at Manresa House, Roehampton Melissa Melikian
The Little Rose Estate: new insights into the Rose Theatre, Southwark; Part 1 Simon Blatherwick; Chris Pickard
Sparrow-pie, anyone? Don Cooper
Excavation and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.10 No.8 Spring 2004

Middle Saxon remains at Covent Garden Jeremy Taylor
Samuel Long's House, a lost Carshalton mansion Duncan Hawkins; Andrew Skelton
Barbara Eastop Jonathon Cotton
Frommedieval malt house to 20th century pub; excavations at 9-11 Poplar High Street, London E14 Jon Sygrave
Excavation and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.10 No.7 Winter 2003

Saxo-Norman occupation at Beckenham, Kent? Chiz Harward
Excavation and post-excavation work  
A late Bronze Age burnt mound site at The Phillimores, Campden Hill Road, Kensington Peter Moore; Timothy Bradley; Barry Bishop
New evidence for early Roman road alignments and medieval activity south of Cripplegate: excavations at 1 and 2-4 Carey Lane and 11-12 Foster Lane Jo Lyon

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


London Fieldwork and Publication Round-up 2002

Contents

Fieldwork Roundup compiled by Cath Maloney
London Archaeological Bibliography 2002 compiled by Isabel Holroyd


Contents of Vol.10 No.6 Autumn 2003

Support for London's Archaeological societies Vanessa Bunton
Archaeological investigations at Noth Street/George Street, Barking Duncan Hawkins; Frank Meddens; Peter Moore
A history of prehistory in Greater London and beyond Kim Biddulph
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Cheap and chearful: socially inclusive archaeology in Hackney and LambethLesley Smith

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.10 No.5 Summer 2003

Medieval drainage near Smithfield Market: excavations at Hosier Lane, EC1 Alison Telfer
The Great Conduit at the London Charterhouse Colin Bowlt
Archaelogical excavations at 30-36 Upper Clapton Road, Hackney Mark Bagwell
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Early Iron Age pottery at 137-141 High Street North, East HamGeoff Porrter; Louise Rayner

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.10 No.4 Spring 2003

Medieval industry in the Wallbrook valley James Drummond-Murray; Jane Liddle
'From Norman estate centre to Angevin town': Kingston upon Thames urban origins Duncan Hawkins
Excavation and post-excavation work  
A Vision Translated - a review of the Museum of London's new prehistory gallery Lesley Smith
Natural environment and humna exploitation on the southern shores of HorsleydownVictoria Ridgeway

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.10 No.3 Winter 2002

A suggested Anglo-Saxon signalling system between Chichester and London Graham Gower
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Learning from ten years of PPG16 Peter Pickering
Poet-medieval development at 8 Tylers Gate, Bermondsey David Divers; Douglas Killock; Philip Armitage
Roman temple complex in Greenwich Park? Part 2Becky Wallower

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


London Fieldwork and Publication Round-up 2001

Contents

Fieldwork Roundup compiled by Cath Maloney
London Archaeological Bibliography 2001 compiled by Isabel Holroyd


Contents of Vol.10 No.2 Autumn 2002

Excavations at 25-34 Cockspur Street and 6-8 Spring Gardens Chris Pickard
Roads and temples: Stane Street at Ewell David Bird
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Roman temple complex in Greenwich Park? Part 1Becky Wallower

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.10 No.1 Summer 2002

Locating the first Knights Templar Church Alison Telfer
Late Prehistoric and Roman Brentford: evolution of an agricultural landscape Barry Bishop
Excavations within and close to the Late Bronze Age enclosure at the former Queen Mary's Hospital, Carshalton 1999Jan Groves; Julie Lovell
A post-medieval shipyard and shipwrights' cottages at Deptford: some observations on pottery and material cultureRobin Densem; Nigel Jeffries
Excavation and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.9 No.12 Spring 2002

'Saving the Globe?': Part 2, the preservation of the monument Bruno Barber
The Portable Antiquities(Voluntary Recording) Scheme: its impact in Kent and the future for LondonMichael Lewis
Excavation and post-excavation work  
London Bridge and the archaeology of a nursery rhymeJohn Clark
The archaeological landscape of Imperial College Sports Ground part 2, Roman to medievalAndrew Crockett

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.9 No.11 Winter 2001

The archaeologial landscape of Imperial College Sports Ground part 1, prehistoric Andrew Crockett
'Saving the Globe?' Part 1, archaeological excavation occaisioned by the redevelopment of the Anchour Terrance Car Park, Park Street SE1 Bruno Barber with John Giorgi and Roy Stephenson
Excavation and post-excavation work  
A post-medieval house at Old Kingston BridgeSally Randall, Frank Meddens, Douglas Killock witha contribution by Ken Sabel
Museum of London Specialist ServicesPippa Bradley

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


London Fieldwork and Publication Round-up 2000

Contents

Fieldwork Roundup compiled by Cath Maloney
London Archaeological Bibliography 2000 compiled by Isabel Holroyd


Contents of Vol.9 No.10 Autumn 2001

Knowing people through their feet: the shoes of Lundenbury Patricia Reid
Excavations at 36-40 Tanner Street and 159-161 Tower Bridge Road, Bermonsey Nicolas J Esden
Changing prehistoric environments on a Southwark island margin, at Butler's Wharf EstateVirginia Ridgeway, Frank Meddens
Excavation and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.9 No.9 Summer 2001

1600 years of City defences at Aldersgate Jon Butler
Prehistoric Twickenham Bob Cowie
Prehistoric land use at Beddington, SurreyRobert Masefield with a contribution by Jon Cotton
Excavation and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.9 No.8 Spring 2001

Uphall Camp, Ilford - an update Pamala Greenwood
Environmental Archaeology in London 1995-1998, part 4edited by Jane Sidell
Perry Oaks - a history of inhabitation, part 2John C Barrett, John S C Lewis, Ken Walsh
Vikings in the City: a Ringerike-style buckle and related artifacts from LondonGabor Thomas
Excavation and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.9 No.7 Winter 2000

A keyhole through the Gateway: a watching brief at Aldgate Barry Bishop
SCOLA 2000 Peter Pickering, Dennis Turner
Excavation and post-excavation work  
Environmental Archaeology in London 1995-1998, part 3edited by Jane Sidell
Perry Oaks - a history of inhabitationJohn C Barrett, John S C Lewis, Ken Walsh

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


London Fieldwork and Publication Round-up 1999

Contents

Fieldwork Roundup compiled by Cath Maloney
London Archaeological Bibliography 1999 compiled by Isabel Holroyd


Contents of Vol. 9 No.6 Autumn 2000

Across the Saxon town: three new in Lundenwic Nick Holder, David Bowsher, Ken Pitt with Lyn Blackmore
Reigate Stone at Battersea Tim Tatton-Brown
Whose Londinium? theirs or ours?Francis Grew
A visitor's view of the exhibitionRuth Orton
Prehistoric activity at the Townmead School site, West DraytonRobert Masefield
Excavation and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.9 No.5 Summer 2000

Portable Antiquities from the Thames Foreshore Nikola Burdon, Adrian Green, Cheryl Smith
Excavation and post-excavation work  
The Archbishop of York's Battersea Mansion Duncan Hawkins with others
A post-medieval tawyer's yard in BermonseyKieron Heard
The Reigate Stone Research ProjectPaul Sowen

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.9 No.4 Spring 2000

Environmental Archaeology in London 1995-98, Part 2 edited by Jane Sidell
Post-medieval glass manufacture at Hopton Street in Southwark Victoria Ridgeway
Excavations and post-excavation work
Romano-British occupation site near Downe, Kent Kieron Heard

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Volume 9 No.3 Winter 1999

Environmental Archaeology in London 1995-98, Part 1 Jane Sidell, John Giorgi, Alan Pipe
Prehistoric finds at Hopton Street in Southwark Victoria Ridgeway
Excavations and post-excavation work
Excavations at Mount Vernon, Frognal Rise, Hampstead Carrie Cowan
Saxon Foreshore at Temple Place Julian Bowsher

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Volume 9 No.2 Autumn 1999

King Alfred's London and London's King Alfred John Clark
Excavations at 8 and 10-18 London Bridge Street Portia Askew with Sally Badham and Stephen Humphrey
The Metropolitan Palaces of medieval London Chris Phillpotts
Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age placed deposits from Carshalton Jennifer Proctor
Excavations and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


London Fieldwork and Publication Round-up 1998

Contents

Fieldwork Roundup compiled by Cath Maloney
London Archaeological Bibliography 1998 compiled by Isabel Holroyd


Contents of Vol.9 No.1 Summer 1999 Issue

Taking London Archaeology to Londoners Headly Swain
Excavations at the mouth of Deptford Creek,
Greenwich Road
David Divers
Chris Jarrett
The archaeology of the Thames; prehistory within a
dynamic landscape
Fiona Haughey
A pottery assemblage from a 17th-century channel at
12-26 Magdalen Street, Southwark
Steve Chew
Jacqui Pearce
Excavations and post-excavation work  
Tony Lewis, 1946-1999 Jonathon Cotton

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Volume 8 No.12 Spring 1999 Issue

Excavation and mitigation in Lundenwic; a case study Robert Cowie
with Lyn Blackmore
Getting rid of shallow water Edward Impey
Lafone Street, Southwark - prehistoric farming and medieval bridge Jackie Bates
John Minkin
Excavations and post-excavation work  
Early days at London and Richborough David Bird

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Volume 8 No.11 Winter 1998

Number 1 Poultry - the main excavation: late Saxon and Medieval sequence Phil Treviel,
Peter Rowsome
Amphoras and the origins of the Brockley Hill Roman pottery industry Paul Tylers
Excavations and post-excavation work  
The excavation of a Quaker burial ground,
84 London Road, Kingston upon Thames
Lucy Kirk
Prehistoric ditch found in Hammersmith Joe Patridge

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.8 No.10 Autumn 1998

The early history and development of St Marie Overie Priory;
Southwark; the 12th-century Chapel of St John
Simon Roffey
Unidentified brick structure found at Cranford Park, Middlesex Colin Bowlt, Eileen Bowlt
Beneath the Trocette; evidence for Roman and medieval Bermondsey Alison Steele
Anglo Saxon Kingston: a shifting pattern of settlement  
Excavations and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


London Fieldwork and Publication Round-up 1997

Contents

Fieldwork Roundup  
London Archaeological Bibliography compiled by T J Gostick


Contents of Volume 8 No.9 Summer 1998

Excavations at 14 Whitgift Street, Croydon, 1987-88 and 1995 Jim Davidson
Geoff Potter
Excavations and post-excavation work  
Archaeological investigations of the
English Civil War Defences of London
David Flintham
An Iron Age Settlement at Lady Margaret School, Parson's Green, Fulham Grahame Bruce
London and the River Lea Rhona Huggins
Early medieval activity in Old Ford, Bow David Kenyon

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Vol.8 No.8 Spring 1998

Recent maritime archaeological discoveries on the Thames waterfront
at Bellamy's Wharf, Rotherhithe. London, SE16
Dave Saxby
Damian Goodburn
Excavations and post-excavation work  
Excavations at Sutton House in Hackney 1990-92 Chris Phillpotts
The Future of London's Past revisited and expanded - a conference review Bruce Watson
An interview with Simon Thurley Fiona Haughey

plus Commentary, Mosaic, Books, Letters and Diary of Events


Contents of Volume 8 No.7 Winter 1997

7-11 Bishopsgate: a hole in the heart of the London's
business district.
David Sankey,
Malcolm McKenzie
Hart's Hospital, from farm to country house:
Phase II and III excavations
A. Telfer, Mark Beasley
The distribution of villas in some south-eastern counties:
some preliminary findings from a survey.
Don Green, Micael Hacker,
Hilary Rowlinson,
Harvey Sheldon, Chris Woon
Excavations and post-excavation work  

plus Commentary, Mosaic and Diary of Events


Contents of Volume 8 No.6 Autumn 1997

Contents

The archaeological reinvestigation of
Bolsa House (76-80 Cheapside) in the City of London
Adrian Woodger
A butchery site in Lundenwic Shahina Farid,
Gary Brown
Iron Age London: some thoughts on Current Knowledge and Problems
20 years on
Pamela Greenwood
The Hall of the Barber Surgeons Nathalie Cohen

plus Commentary, Mosaic and Diary of Events


London Fieldwork and Publication Round-up 1996

Contents

Fieldwork Roundup  
London Archaeological Bibliography compiled by T J Gostick
Books  


Contents of Volume 8 No.5 Summer 1997

Contents

An Archaeological survey of the foreshore in the
Borough of Richmond upon Thames: part 2, down by the riverside
Robert Cowie,
Deyman Eastwood
Excavations & Post-excavation work  
London's Tudor palaces revisited: a user's guide to the backlog David Gaimster
Number 1 Poultry - the main excavation: Roman Sequence Mark Burch, Julian Hill, Sarah Jones,
Duncan Lees, Peter Rowsome, Phil Treveil
London evaluations in the 1990s Chris Phillpotts

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