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Roman Cemetery in Southwark
Excavation of 3rd- and 4th-century burials in an area within the main Southwark cemetery
Excavations at Parnell Road, Bow
Roman activity in Old Ford to the knowledge of this roadside settlement
Archaeological Archives’ Education Usage
Results of a recent survey found increased educational use of archives, featuring the Museum of London Archaeological Archive as a case study
On Ki Choi and Daniel Platt
Early 17th-Century Stove Tile from Greenwich
Discovery of fragments of a stove tile deemed to come from a high-status building thought to come from nearby Greenwich Palace
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A rare tin-glazed earthenware drinking jug, depicting a late 15th-century design of the royal arms of England, most commonly associated with Henry VII. Found in 1937 during the excavation of the Tower of London moat, the jug was mostly likely imported from the Netherlands.