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Welcome to the MOLA blog. Explore our latest news, discoveries, stories and content. Our blog posts are created by archaeologists and specialists from across the organisation and cover a range of fascinating and informative topics. Browse our posts using the tags, join in the discussion and share with your network.

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  • MOLA Placemaking blueprint

    MOLA launches blueprint to capitalise on archaeology assets

    MOLA team
    04.03.2013

    At MIPIM 2013 MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) launches a new initiative to help its clients celebrate their corporate citizenship and communicate with their stakeholders - free Archaeology Placemaking Blueprints. The Blueprints outline how clients can maximise the heritage on their sites to add value to their projects.

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  • Roman perfume bottle uncovered by MOLA archaeologists

    Ornate and rare Roman perfume bottle discovered

    MOLA team
    26.02.2013

    A small and curiously shaped object was discovered by MOLA archaeologists during excavation in the Moorgate area.

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  • Reconstruction of Bankside c.1602

    Shakespeare’s London Study Day with Andante Travel

    MOLA team
    07.02.2013

    MOLA’s resident Shakespearean archaeology expert, Julian Bowsher, will be leading a study day on the 23 April 2013 for respected archaeological travel experts Andante Travels.

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  • MOLA hosts Henan delegation

    MOLA team
    22.11.2012

    MOLA played host to an important delegation of officials from Henan province, China. The visit of delegates from the Henan Bureau of Cultural Relics, Institute of Archaeology and the Institute of Historic Building Preservation was organised by the Oxford-Cambridge Centre for Advance Management.

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  • An invitation to Japan...

    MOLA team
    01.11.2012

    MOLA Senior Consultant Sophie Jackson was recently invited by Osaka City Cultural Properties Association (OCCPA) to travel to Japan to give two presentations on how archaeological work happens in London and how we approach public engagement.

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