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Archaeology in the City of London, 1907-1991
by Museum of London
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||280|
Maloney, J, 'Roman Urban Defences in the West' in Recent Work on London's Defences,, Vol. 51, () Other Harding, C, City of London survey of the scheduled sections of Roman, , Legal This monument is scheduled under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act as amended as it appears to the Secretary of State to be of. Londinium, also known as Roman London, was a settlement established on the current site of the City of London around AD 47– It sat at a key crossing point over the River Thames which 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 is possible that the town was preceded by a short-lived.
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Oxford: Oxbow books. Gustafson, G. and Koch, G. Archaeology in the City of London a guide to records of excavations by the Museum of London. An excavation in the western cemetery of Roman London, Atlantic House, City of London. London: MoLAS Archaeology Studies Series 7. The City of London adopted the Archaeological Master Plan () to guide in the identification, management, and protection of archaeological resources.
This has been replaced by the Archaeology in the City of London Management Plan (), which reflects legislative changes and an evolution of best practices in archaeological resource management.
Schofield, J, with Maloney, C (eds.),Archaeology in the City of London, a guide to records of excavations by the Museum of London and its predecessors. Thompson, A, Westman, A and Dyson, T (eds.),Archaeology in Greater London, a guide to records of excavations by the Museum of London.
Books and journals Merrifield, R, London: City of the Romans, () Merrifield, R, The Roman City of London, () Schofield, J, Maloney, C (Eds), Archaeology in the City of London, Images & Books Historic England holds an extensive range of publications and historic collections in its public archive covering the historic environment.
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Background. MOLA originated from a set of departments within the Museum of London but it is now entirely separate. The Department of Urban Archaeology (DUA) was formed in as part of the Rescue archaeology movement, a response to the threat posed to unrecorded archaeological remains by increasing deep-basement office redevelopment in the City of London.
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Books and journals Lyon, J, Cripplegate Fort EC2, City of London: an assessement of archaeol, () Merrifield, R, The Roman City of London, () Schofield, J, Maloney, C (Eds), Archaeology in the City of London, a guide Maloney, J, 'Roman Urban Defences in the West' in Recent Work on London's Defences, Vol.
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Winner of the London Archaeological Prize for outstanding publication of Shortlisted for Current Archaeology Awards Book of the Year. Since the early s the increasingly effective conduct of archaeological work in the City of London and surrounding parts of the conurbation have revolutionised our view of the development and European importance of London between and.
Books and journals Corporation of London, Postman's Park Conservation Area Character Summary Grimes, W, The Excavation of Roman and Medieval London, () Merrifield, R, The Roman City of London, (), Schofield, J, Maloney, C (Eds), Archaeology in the City of London, a. Archaeology of Roman London.
London: Museum of London: Council for British Archaeology, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Maloney; B J Davies; B Richardson; R S Tomber; Museum of London.; Council for British Archaeology.
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