Antony Francis

Project Officer (London)

020 7410 2279 afrancis@mola.org.uk

Antony has 30 years' of archaeological experience and is one of MOLA’s Project Officers, running archaeological projects.

Antony has supervised deeply-stratified Roman and medieval excavations and directed large, complex, multi-period sites in London and beyond. He directed the year-long excavation at Deptford Royal Naval Dockyard and is currently writing a monograph for the site.

As well as numerous articles, Antony wrote the Archaeological Research Framework for Chichester Harbour, West Sussex, the Conservation Management Plan for Queenborough Lines in Kent (subsequently scheduled) and “Stepney Gasworks: the archaeology and history of the Commercial Gas Light and Coke Company’s works at Harford Street, London E1, 1837–1946.

Antony Francis MOLA

Meet the Site Managers

The Site Managers at MOLA have extensive experience of excavation on construction sites and direct our onsite archaeological investigations. They work closely with our clients and other onsite contractors to ensure our archaeological work fits into the overall work programme and, where necessary, problem-solve as issues arise. 

MOLA archaeologist supervising excavation