Resources for researchers
Over 50 years of archaeological investigations for you to explore...
We are committed to making the results of our investigations accessible to researchers across the globe. These resources are available in the following locations...
British Library Digital Repository
The repository houses material such as our archaeological reports, unpublished reports (so-called grey literature), journals and book references, data and conference papers.
Our award-winning academic monographs, study series and popular books are available for purchase via our book shop.
Archaeological Data Service
Our grey literature reports and selected archaeological data are available on the ADS. This includes some of our major project such as Crossrail.
Centre for Human Bioarchaeology
Our osteological data for human remains from our London sites deposited with the Centre for Human Bioarchaeology is available via the CHB.
A selection of 3D photogrammetric models showing features from a variety of sites are available via our Sketchfab account.
Archaeology of Greater London Online Map
An interactive GIS version of the our book: The archaeology of Greater London: an assessment of archaeological evidence for human presence in the area now covered by Greater London.
The National Roman Fabric Reference Collection: a Handbook
The National Roman Fabric Reference Collection project was initiated by English Heritage and was conducted as a collaboration between English Heritage (now Historic England), the Museum of London Specialist Services (now Museum of London Archaeology) and the British Museum. The resulting monograph, Tomber and Dore 1998, The National Roman Fabric Reference Collection: A Handbook, MoLAS Monograph 2, was reprinted in 2002 and is now out of print, but the original text in its entirety, is available online.
Crossrail Archaeology Series
The Crossrail Archaeology Series is made up of 10 monographs which present the results of a campaign of archaeological investigations commissioned by Crossrail Ltd during the building of a new railway across London. They document 10,000 years of London history from Mesolithic period to post medieval. They are available to access online through the Archaeology Data Service.
Archaeology at Bloomberg
Archaeology at Bloomberg is an illustrated guide to the exceptional archaeology and history of the Bloomberg site, which can be downloaded here.
The Story of the Bloomberg Writing Tablets
Roman London’s First Voices by Roger Tomlin is an illustrated, in-depth look into the fascinating research of the 400+ fragments of ancient Roman writing tablets on the site of the new Bloomberg London building. The collection is the largest and earliest of its kind in Britain and includes the first known reference to London and the earliest hand-written document in Britain. It is available to download here.
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