Volume 15, Number I 2
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Prehistoric, Roman and Saxon Little Ilford
Evidence from Little llford School adds to the growing understanding of the long-term settlement and land-use in a less-understood area of London
Les Capon and Helen Chittock
Excavation At Stepney Way, Whitechapel
A summary based on the key findings from the initial post-excavation work that revealed prehistoric, medieval and post-medieval evidence with some consideration of potential research areas
Evidence from Refuse Dumping at Shoreditch
Layers from a large late 1 7th- and 1 8th-century rubbish tip, known as Holywell Mount, were excavated from below the modern buildings and Phipp Street
Lyn Blackmore, Kasia Olchowska and Rob Tutt
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On the Cover
Axes and spearhead from the Havering Hoard discovered in September 2018 in Havering, east London. This Late Bronze Age hoard, dating c. 900—800 BC, contains a total of 168 axes, the majority socketed. Many of the 453 objects in the hoard have been deliberately broken.
This is the third largest Bronze Age hoard found in the country, and is the focus of a new free exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands, open from 3 April to 1 November 2020.