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  • Convoys Wharf: the storehouse and slipway

    Convoys Wharf: the storehouse and slipway

    MOLA team
    28.11.2011

    Excavations by Museum of London Archaeology continue at Convoys Wharf. The main aim of Area 4 are to investigate the complex of warehouses which grew up around a storehouse originally constructed in 1513, and one of the dockyard’s shipbuilding slipways.

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  • Temple of Mithras prepares for facelift

    Temple of Mithras prepares for facelift

    MOLA team
    17.11.2011

    Plans to dismantle the reconstructed Roman Temple of Mithras, ahead of a new reconstruction, began in 2011.

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  • Convoys Wharf: Sayes Court

    Convoys Wharf: Sayes Court

    MOLA team
    28.09.2011

    As part of our continuing excavation at Convoys Wharf (the site of the former Deptford Royal Dockyard), Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) has unearthed the remains of Sayes Court, a building with rich historical associations.

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  • Excavating Somers Town Goods Yard

    Excavating Somers Town Goods Yard

    MOLA team
    18.08.2011

    Earlier this year, MOLA carried out an archaeological excavation prior to the construction of The Francis Crick Institute on a site close to St Pancras Station and the British Library.

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  • 60 Holborn Viaduct

    60 Holborn Viaduct

    MOLA team
    05.08.2011

    Museum of London Archaeology are undertaking excavations during the redevelopment of 60 Holborn Viaduct. Archaeological excavations have revealed the remains of a public house known as the Three Tuns at Holborn Bridge.

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