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  • Royal Shakespeare Theatre

    MOLA team
    04.08.2008

    The Museum of London Archaeology Historic Buildings and Photographic Teams have recently undertaken a survey of the Grade II* listed Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire.

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  • Excavations at the Royal London Hospital

    MOLA team
    21.07.2008

    “The particulars… will excite the greatest disgust and indignation”*: 'Resurrection Men' in the 18th century (Excavations at the Royal Lo

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  • The Holywell witch-bottle

    MOLA team
    01.07.2008

    Archaeological excavations just off Shoreditch High Street have revealed parts of the medieval Holywell Priory, amongst the remains of other buildings - as well as something a little more sinister.

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  • 95 Gresham Street

    MOLA team
    02.06.2008

    Excavation is continuing at Princes and Bartlett House, 95 Gresham Street. Medieval chalk foundations are showing up in plan, and the bases of a large number of pits.

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  • Cobbled street unearthed on London 2012 site

    MOLA team
    21.05.2008

    Archaeologists from the Museum of London Archaeology Service (MoLAS) and Pre-Construct Archaeology (PCA) have uncovered a 150-year-old cobbled street, building fragments and part of the Channelsea River.

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