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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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  • Volunteers working on animal bone

    Not for the bone idle

    MOLA team
    12.07.2013

    Jim Farbon is part of the archive volunteer team working on the Guildhall Yard archaeological material and they are knee deep! Jim explains what the team has been up to...

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  • Volunteers uncover treasures as they work on archive material

    Volunteers uncover treasures as they work on archive material

    MOLA team
    29.04.2013

    In 1992 one of the largest urban digs in the capital revealed the site of the ancient Roman amphitheatre lying underneath the yard of the medieval Guildhall in the City of London. Thanks to a team of eager and tenacious volunteers, the vast quantity of archaeological material is currently being made ready for final deposition into the LAARC.

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  • Walbrook Discovery Programme

    MOLA team
    17.10.2012

    Our new blog, the Walbrook Discovery Programme, gives you the opportunity to explore and engage with MOLA's latest archaeological findings along the banks of the Walbrook, the City of London's underground river.

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  • Thames Discovery Programme has a new home

    Thames Discovery Programme has a new home

    MOLA team
    10.07.2012

    The Thames Discovery Programme (TDP), a ground-breaking community archaeology project set up in 2008, looks forward to an exciting programme ahead, as it is taken under the wing of MOLA. The project was also yesterday awarded a prestigious British Archaeological Award for Best Community Archaeology Project.

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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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