5 edition of Excavations at 25 Cannon Street, City of London found in the catalog.
February 2002 by Museum of London Archaeological Service .
Written in English
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The dig revealed a long sequence of occupation, and adds to. Keily, J. Catalogue of illustrated finds.
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Here, outside the old city walls, in the dark mud that marks a. Digging up Roman gold in the City of London A huge archaeological dig is revealing hundreds of miraculously preserved artefacts, giving an unprecedented picture of. Excavations at 25 Cannon Street, City of London by Elsden, Nicholas Paperback.
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It is. Archaeological excavation by MOLA at Watermark Place in the City of London revealed evidence for the development of the city waterfront from the 13th century onwards.
The remains of substantial and well-preserved timber river walls and timber/stone dock walls were recorded, and the use of tree-ring dating enabled the construction of one large.
Parts of a structure were revealed, dated to the 2nd-3rd century AD and interpreted as a hut floor. InIvor NoÃ«l Hume of the Guildhall Museum recorded the foreshore along the south bank between London Bridge and Cannon Street Railway Bridge and produced a plan of his discoveries.
City churches are interesting, not just the history of the church, but also for the artifacts that London’s churches seem to accumulate. St Martin Ludgate, or to give the full name St Martin Within Ludgate is a church I have not visited for a while, so on a rather grey day I went for another look inside the church.
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It has spent the past two years on display at the Museum of London. Legend has it that the stone plays a part in the city’s foundation story. Excavations at Cannon Street, City of London, 11 of the east side of the stakehole structure, 3m to the south.
Possibly here also is a case of continuity of property boundaries from the late Saxon period into the late medieval. NOTES 8. Merrifield The Roman City of London (London ) Gazetteer Nos.
Size: 29MB. This paper describes the design and construction of Cannon Place, a 50 m 2 ‘air-rights’ office development above Cannon Street main-line and underground station in the City of London. On a broadly rectangular site measuring 68 m by 87 m, the project comprised the demolition of a series of undistinguished s concrete slab blocks, the construction of a new building and the Author: Jim Fraser, David Seel, Jonathan Chadwick, Ketan Valambhia, Alister Offiler.
Blechynden Street crossed a acre estate that a barrister, James Whitchurch, purchased for £10 an acre in the early 19th century. He left his home in Blechynden in Southampton and built himself a house in Lancaster Road, North Kensington, now situated at No. Tower Hill is one of the best places to see remnants from London’s early history.
A couple of weeks ago I featured the church of All Hallows by the Tower with the Saxon arch and Roman floor, this week it is the turn of the Roman Wall on Tower Hill. This is my father’s photo from showing a length of Roman wall on Tower Hill.
Fleet Street was established as a thoroughfare in Roman London and there is evidence that a route led west from Ludgate by AD. Local excavations revealed remains of a Roman amphitheatre near Ludgate on what was Fleet Prison, but other accounts suggest the area was too marshy for regular inhabitation by the Romans.
The Saxons did not occupy the Roman city but established Lundenwic. Excavations at 25 Cannon Street, City of London – from the Middle Bronze Age to the Great Fire. Excavations at A Stour Street”, (). Excavations at Angel Yard, Colchester”. Essex Archaeology and History. ().Author: Gavin Speed.
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The ward of Algate is miles (4 km) east north-east of Charing Cross, bounded by White Kennet Street in the north and Crutched Administrative area: Greater London. Excavations at 25 Cannon Street, City of London. London: Museum of London Archaeology Service. Excavations at 41, St George's ().
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Public transport The space is located next door to the new Walbrook entrance to Bank station on the Waterloo and City lines. As one of Europe’s oldest capitals, London has been continuously occupied for millennia. As a result, the modern city sits on a rich archaeological layer cake, 30 feet high in some places.
The challenge for archaeologists is that London is also a busy city of more than eight million people. The Museum of London ( ; ) at London Wall is open daily, 10am-6pm.
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At first glance, the City of London looks the epitome of the modern business metropolis, with soaring new buildings by important architects and bustling streets, restaurants and bars.
On closer inspection, however, it is full of wonderful clues, symbols and (sometimes mysterious) evidence of its past history stretching back almost 2, years. pdf should leave page for author to finish but may discuss on pdf page.) Londinium was a settlement established on the current site of the City of London around AD Its bridge over the River Thames turned the city into a road nexus and major port, serving as a major commercial centre in Roman Britain until its abandonment during the 5th century.
Following its foundation in the mid-1st. This archaeological site is located under the new Bloomberg building in download pdf City of London.
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