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Research and excavations
The Editor reviews proposals for articles for London Archaeologist on a regular basis.
We publish excavation reports, topical items, artefactual or environmental studies and historical investigations - in fact anything about London's history and archaeology that will be of interest to readers worldwide.
Articles are written by professional archaeologists, students and academics, interested amateurs and historians. For further details, download the Notes for Contributors.
We also have a range of features, including interviews with archaeologists (the Just the job and In context occasional series) and prize winning authors (the Author, author... series), updates on sites currently under excavation, report previews, insight into finds of particular interest (the Findspot series), reports on museums and the stories behind the latest community archaeology initiatives (Access to archaeology) and the significant sites of the past. Tell us what you'd like to read about, who you'd like us to interview or what you think we should investigate by contacting the Features Editor.
All sorts of people involved in archaeology review recently published books for us: these short articles are assigned by the editor. Reviewers should read the Notes for Reviewers before submitting their reports.