Cecilia Levratto Francese
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Cecilia Levratto FranceseIn 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…
Emma van der Velden and Christian Steven Hoggard
01.04.2020Researchers from the University of Southampton recently visited MOLA to record 58 patellae, as part of their project to generate models to improve sex classification scores in osteology.
22.01.2019We’re delighted to be sending another member of our team to take up the position of Field Archaeologist in Residence at the University of Cambridge.
MOLA Headland Infrastructure team
04.12.2018A mysterious male skeleton, lying face-down deep in the Thames mud, with a pair of in-situ thigh-high leather boots has been discovered by our MOLA Headland archaeologists working on one of the sites being used to build London’s super sewer in Bermondsey.
MOLA Headland Infrastructure
31.10.2018HS2's archaeology programme is the largest archaeological project to have ever taken place in the UK. Over 1,000 specialists are working across 60 sites along the 150 mile route. The project is an unprecedented research opportunity.