Tagged in ARCHAEOLOGY

Looking After London's Ghosts

Looking After London's Ghosts

London's spookiest archive. | By Londonist Staff
Things That Have Been Dug Up In London: A Brief History

Things That Have Been Dug Up In London: A Brief History

Spades at the ready. | By Will Noble
7 Unexpected Things You Might Find In The Thames

7 Unexpected Things You Might Find In The Thames

Archaeology at its finest. | By Londonist
Video: Uncovering The Secrets Of The Curtain Theatre

Video: Uncovering The Secrets Of The Curtain Theatre

Behind the scenes of the Shoreditch dig. | By Geoff Marshall
Britain's Oldest Hand-Written Document Found In London

Britain's Oldest Hand-Written Document Found In London

Includes first mention of London. | By M@
How Old Is Old Street?

How Old Is Old Street?

Blooming old, that's how old. | By M@
The Secret Bones In Benjamin Franklin's Basement

The Secret Bones In Benjamin Franklin's Basement

Talk about skeletons in the closet. | By Zoe Craig
Revealed: London's Early Roman Fort No One Knew Existed

Revealed: London's Early Roman Fort No One Knew Existed

Fenchurch Street defences uncovered. | By M@
Have A Dirty Weekend On The Thames

Have A Dirty Weekend On The Thames

Mudlark your heart out. | By Laura Reynolds
Curtain Theatre Excavation Prompts Shakespearean Walks And Talks

Curtain Theatre Excavation Prompts Shakespearean Walks And Talks

Shoreditch was London's first Theatreland. | By M@
Discover The Archaeology Of Crossrail In New Books

Discover The Archaeology Of Crossrail In New Books

Stepney and Bow Creek. | By M@
Roman London Fragments, Cosmetic Cream And Bikini Bottoms

Roman London Fragments, Cosmetic Cream And Bikini Bottoms

Londinium sets up in Guildhall Yard. | By Londonist
Where Is London's Roman Chariot Racing Arena?

Where Is London's Roman Chariot Racing Arena?

It would make sense if it had one. | By Londonist
The Romans Are Coming! Gladiator Games Return To Guildhall

The Romans Are Coming! Gladiator Games Return To Guildhall

Travel back in time to Londinium. | By Londonist
Rare Medieval Propaganda Uncovered In Thames Goes On Display

Rare Medieval Propaganda Uncovered In Thames Goes On Display

Finest example of its type. | By James Drury
World's Rarest Skeleton To Be Preserved At Grant Museum

World's Rarest Skeleton To Be Preserved At Grant Museum

New project aims to protect 39 rare animal skeletons. | By Laura Reynolds
Dive Into The Thames' Past With Greenwich FROGs

Dive Into The Thames' Past With Greenwich FROGs

Free talks gives insight into archaeology work. | By Laura Reynolds
Visit The Remains Of Brunel's Railway At Paddington

Visit The Remains Of Brunel's Railway At Paddington

Crossrail dig finds evidence of 'Gauge Wars'. | By M@
Temple Of Mithras: Were You There?

Temple Of Mithras: Were You There?

Search for those who remember famous dig. | By M@
Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast About London, 5 September 2014

Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast About London, 5 September 2014

Ever heard of a dwarf elephant? | By N Quentin Woolf
Poke About In London's Underground Past At Festival Of Archaeology

Poke About In London's Underground Past At Festival Of Archaeology

Climb down a well and explore the Tower of London beach. | By Laura Reynolds
War At The Guardian: UCL Lunch Hour Lectures On Tour

War At The Guardian: UCL Lunch Hour Lectures On Tour

Free talks on WWI. | By M@
Secrets Of The Thames Foreshore

Secrets Of The Thames Foreshore

How to spot Blitz rubble and ancient timbers. | By M@
Women Show Four Sides Of Richard III

Women Show Four Sides Of Richard III

All female cast inject new perspective on Shakespeare's tyrant. | By BelindaL
Crossrail Archaeology Exhibition Features Roman Skulls

Crossrail Archaeology Exhibition Features Roman Skulls

Skulls, plague pits and the Black Death. | By BethPH
Book Now For London Archaeology Tours

Book Now For London Archaeology Tours

Archive tours, and visit a Roman fort. | By M@
Daniel Silver's Sculptures Masquerade As An Archaeological Dig

Daniel Silver's Sculptures Masquerade As An Archaeological Dig

Uncover a lost civilisation under London. | By Tabish Khan
Crossrail Dig Uncovers Bedlam Burial Site

Crossrail Dig Uncovers Bedlam Burial Site

Latest archaeological news from the project. | By Dean Nicholas
Festival Of Archaeology Opens Up London's Secret Subterranea

Festival Of Archaeology Opens Up London's Secret Subterranea

Roman remains and a room of skeletons. | By M@
Medieval Mayhem After Hours In An Archaeological Archive

Medieval Mayhem After Hours In An Archaeological Archive

Museum of London's special event for Museums at Night (sponsored post). | Sponsor
14th-Century Plague Pit Found During Crossrail Dig

14th-Century Plague Pit Found During Crossrail Dig

Skeletons discovered in Charterhouse Square. | By Dean Nicholas
Roman Remains Found Beneath London Bridge Station

Roman Remains Found Beneath London Bridge Station

Boom time for archaeologists of Londinium. | By M@
Temple Of Mithras Stays Boxed As City's Big Dig Continues

Temple Of Mithras Stays Boxed As City's Big Dig Continues

Roman remains still waiting in storage. | By Londonist
Bronze Age Remains Found In Plumstead

Bronze Age Remains Found In Plumstead

Crossrail dig uncovers evidence of ancient transport route. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Crossrail Archaeological Exhibition: Back By Popular Demand

Crossrail Archaeological Exhibition: Back By Popular Demand

A skeleton from Bedlam and medieval hair curlers. | By M@
Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 7 September 2012

Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 7 September 2012

Archeology of the Crossrail digs. | By N Quentin Woolf
Talk: Recent London Archaeology @ Walbrook Building

Talk: Recent London Archaeology @ Walbrook Building

A breakfast talk about recent digs around the city. | By M@
Crossrail Archaeological Discoveries Go On Display

Crossrail Archaeological Discoveries Go On Display

Bones, bison, Bedlam and beyond. | By Dean Nicholas
Crossrail Work Uncovers Victorian Shipyard

Crossrail Work Uncovers Victorian Shipyard

Remains of Thames Ironworks & Shipbuilding Company discovered. | By Dean Nicholas
Visit The Billingsgate Roman House And Baths

Visit The Billingsgate Roman House And Baths

A very rare chance to see an ancient Italian bathing spot. | By M@
Archaeological Dig At UKCMRI Site Behind British Library

Archaeological Dig At UKCMRI Site Behind British Library

Come witness the history of Somers Town as the trenches go in. | By M@
Ancient Timbers Found At Vauxhall

Ancient Timbers Found At Vauxhall

Discovered in the Thames: something older and more wooden than Syd Little. | By M@

Remains Of Roman Village Found In West London

By Rachel Holdsworth
Digging Up Deptford For The Golden Hind

Digging Up Deptford For The Golden Hind

By M@

Dem Bones

By BethPH
Putting The Witch Back Into Greenwich

Putting The Witch Back Into Greenwich

By M@
Crossrail Crosses Bones

Crossrail Crosses Bones

By Lindsey

Greenwich Mill Wheel Rises From The Thames

By M@
Medieval Knights Prove Monty Python Right

Medieval Knights Prove Monty Python Right

By Craigie_B
Museums of London: New Looks, New Names

Museums of London: New Looks, New Names

By Lindsey
Touch Up London #85

Touch Up London #85

By M@