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  • The Holywell witch-bottle

    MOLA team
    01.07.2008

    Archaeological excavations just off Shoreditch High Street have revealed parts of the medieval Holywell Priory, amongst the remains of other buildings - as well as something a little more sinister.

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  • 95 Gresham Street

    MOLA team
    02.06.2008

    Excavation is continuing at Princes and Bartlett House, 95 Gresham Street. Medieval chalk foundations are showing up in plan, and the bases of a large number of pits.

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  • Cobbled street unearthed on London 2012 site

    MOLA team
    21.05.2008

    Archaeologists from the Museum of London Archaeology Service (MoLAS) and Pre-Construct Archaeology (PCA) have uncovered a 150-year-old cobbled street, building fragments and part of the Channelsea River.

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  • Museum of London Archaeology Service Wins Grant To Dig Deeper Into Victorian Past

    MOLA team
    16.02.2007

    Queen Mary, University of London and Museum of London Archaeology Service are delighted to announce that they have been awarded a grant by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to pilot a study of the archaeologies of Victorian households.

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  • Pots Of Interest

    MOLA team
    03.10.2006

    The ongoing excavations at the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel have yielded a small, but unique, collection of ceramics relating to the clear out of equipment from the hospital during the second quarter of the 19th century.

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