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  • Rickets: learning from the past

    MOLA team
    25.11.2008

    Aspects of the lives of infants from the past can only occasionally be directly seen in the archaeological record. Human osteologists from Museum of London Archaeology are currently examining skeletons excavated from the long disused burial ground of the Catholic mission of St Mary and St Michael in east London.

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  • Noviodunum

    MOLA team
    16.09.2008

    Senior Archaeologist Gemma Stevenson of the Museum of London Archaeology Service (MoLAS) has been working in Romania at Noviodunum this summer. The work consisted of supervising students and managing aspects of the excavation of four trenches.

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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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  • Museum of London Archaeology Service Wins Grant To Dig Deeper Into Victorian Past

    MOLA team
    16.02.2007

    Queen Mary, University of London and Museum of London Archaeology Service are delighted to announce that they have been awarded a grant by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to pilot a study of the archaeologies of Victorian households.

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  • Noviodunum Archaeological Project (NAP)

    MOLA team
    01.08.2005

    Museum of London Archaeology Service (MoLAS) staff are currently working in Romania at Noviodunum. This is the first year of a major AHRB sponsored project which will run for 5 years.

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