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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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  • Hackney Community College students help to record local built heritage

    Hackney Community College students help to record local built heritage

    MOLA team
    24.07.2013

    Since March 2013, MOLA community archaeologist, Lauren Woodard, has been leading a project with students from Hackney Community College to help engage them with the built heritage of their local area.

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  • MOLA Placemaking blueprint

    MOLA launches blueprint to capitalise on archaeology assets

    MOLA team
    04.03.2013

    At MIPIM 2013 MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) launches a new initiative to help its clients celebrate their corporate citizenship and communicate with their stakeholders - free Archaeology Placemaking Blueprints. The Blueprints outline how clients can maximise the heritage on their sites to add value to their projects.

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  • An invitation to Japan...

    MOLA team
    01.11.2012

    MOLA Senior Consultant Sophie Jackson was recently invited by Osaka City Cultural Properties Association (OCCPA) to travel to Japan to give two presentations on how archaeological work happens in London and how we approach public engagement.

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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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  • Remains of Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre discovered in Shoreditch

    MOLA team
    06.06.2012

    The remains of London’s second playhouse, The Curtain Theatre, could be unearthed in Shoreditch as part of a development by Plough Yard Developments in conjunction with The Estate Office Shoreditch. The Curtain Theatre was home to William Shakespeare’s company, the Lord Chamberlain’s Men, before they settled at the Globe.

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