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MOLA teamOur archaeologists have uncovered the biggest Anglo-Saxon cemetery ever found in Northamptonshire.
Thirty years of archaeological work reveal in incredible detail two thousand years of Spitalfields life
15.12.2020One of the largest archaeological projects ever undertaken in the capital, focused on the area of what is now Spitalfields, is complete after more than 30 years of work by a team of over 150 of our archaeological experts.
18.07.2020In this blog, archaeological woodwork specialist Damian Goodburn shares what decades of excavation has taught us about sea level change over the centuries, and what bearing this has on life on the Thames floodplain today…
Cecilia Levratto Francese
30.06.2020In this blog, MOLA Archivist Cecilia Levratto Francese shares why we should avoid thinking about gender in a binary way when we interpret burial evidence from the 5th – 7th centuries…
02.08.2019We share some of our favourite finds from excavations at Drapers' Hall in Coventry including a bird bone pen, ladle bowls, set of beads and a fragment of medieval glass.