Tagged in ARCHAEOLOGY

7 Unexpected Things You Might Find In The Thames

7 Unexpected Things You Might Find In The Thames

Archaeology at its finest. | By Londonist
Ticket Alert: Take An Archaeological Tour Of A Shakespearean-Era Theatre This Saturday

Ticket Alert: Take An Archaeological Tour Of A Shakespearean-Era Theatre This Saturday

Performances were happening here 40 years before construction of The Globe began. | By Laura Reynolds
Uncover The Human Story Behind Tower Bridge In This Marvellous Exhibition

Uncover The Human Story Behind Tower Bridge In This Marvellous Exhibition

Journey through the lifetime of the Bridge. | By Will Noble
Neasden Temple: One Of London's Most Stunning (And Surprising) Buildings

Neasden Temple: One Of London's Most Stunning (And Surprising) Buildings

It's a mind-boggling piece of architecture. | By Rami Abukalam
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
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