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Requiem: Remembering London's Archaeology
Post-war archaeology and excavations at St Swithin’s House show the problems encountered along the way
Ivor Noël Hume
Excavations at St Peter’s Church, Petersham
Exposed inhumation burials and a brick-lined vault of the Gage family, members of an affluent Thameside community
Suzanne Westall and Helen Chittock
St Mary Stratford Bow Workhouse, E3
Excavations at Bow Road reveal the development of a 19-century workhouse and what life was like therein
Les Capon and Lucy Whittingham
18th-century Innovations in Cattle Breeding
Finds from 1 Dickens Square, Southwark, allowed the study of cattle development, leading to the identification of possible types or breeds
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A highly ornate, gilded copper-alloy handle from a lead coffin excavated at St Peter's Church, Petersham. The iconography of this handle and other coffin motifs indicated that it was the coffin of Caroline Douglas, the 6th Marchioness of Queensbury.