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  • Archaeological investigation at Kingsnorth, Kent

    MOLA team
    17.03.2011

    From August 2010 to January 2011, Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) carried out work at Kingsnorth, Kent. During a top soil strip in late 2011 more archaeological features were identified and a subsequent archaeological excavation was undertaken to document these.

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  • Fieldwork at 8-10 Moorgate

    MOLA team
    24.11.2010

    MOLA has recently completed a first phase of fieldwork on the site of 8-10 Moorgate in the City of London. Excavations in this area have produced evidence for industry and manufacturing in both the Roman and medieval periods.

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  • Extensive Roman remains found in West London

    MOLA team
    17.11.2010

    Excavations at the Grade I listed location of London Syon Park, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, fortuitously reveal 11,000 Roman artefacts and landscape.

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  • Noviodunum

    MOLA team
    16.09.2008

    Senior Archaeologist Gemma Stevenson of the Museum of London Archaeology Service (MoLAS) has been working in Romania at Noviodunum this summer. The work consisted of supervising students and managing aspects of the excavation of four trenches.

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  • A Roman cellar at 20 Fenchurch Street

    MOLA team
    09.05.2008

    Museum of London Archaeology Service excavations at 20 Fenchurch Street have uncovered a late Roman masonry cellar.

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