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Earliest written reference to London found

The earliest-known written reference to London was revealed today (1 June) by MOLA archaeologists, as part of Britain’s largest, earliest, and most significant group of Roman waxed writing tablets. The reference forms part of an address – Londinio Mogontio, ‘To Mogontius [a Celtic personal name], in London’, and appears on a writing tablet dating from c.AD […]

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Archaeology on the Thames Foreshore – TDP

  The Thames Discovery Programme (TDP) is a community archaeology project recording the fast-eroding archaeology of the Thames; at low tide the Thames foreshore is the longest archaeological site in London. To date the project has recorded over 1000 features in the dynamic and fast changing intertidal zone of Greater London, including Mesolithic, Bronze Age […]

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Bexley Archaeological Group

First established in 1979 by a handful of keen archaeology students, Bexley Archaeological Group has since grown and now provides an ongoing programme of field trips, research, projects & lectures. It provides an adult education course on the archaeology of the Bexley area and publishes a quarterly newsletter. They run a Young Archaeologists’ Club and […]

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Enfield Archaeological Society

Programme of monthly lectures. Publishes newsletter. Carries out fieldwork, including excavations (limited places; contact society for details). Post excavation and watching briefs on and around Romano-British settlement in Bush Hill Park continue. Ongoing programmes of site management linked targeted evaluation excavations at Elsyng Tudor Palace and Grade I listed Forty Hall. Other fieldwork panned. Work […]

LAMAS Transactions

London and Middlesex Archaeological Society

LAMAS was established in 1855 to investigate the early history and antiquities of London, Westminster and the Middlesex area. A programme of frequent lectures is held at the Museum of London on a range of subjects from Medieval stone masonry to  the Official London Blue Plaques Scheme. They publish a newsletter and a ‘Society Transactions’ […]

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Kingston Upon Thames Archaeological Society

If you are a Time Team fan or want to know more about the lives of those who inhabited your world centuries before you, then you would enjoy being a member of Kingston upon Thames Archaeological Society. Every month expert speakers share their knowledge and interpretation of the fragments and clues left behind by our […]

CoLAS

City of London Archaeological Society (CoLAS)

The City of London Archaeological Society was founded in 1966 to encourage interest and engagement in British archaeology, particularly in the heart of London and its ancient environs. COLAS contributes to the study of the City and its environs through fieldwork and research. Over the past several years, COLAS members have been exploring the industrial […]

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Ruislip Northwood & Eastcote Local History Society

Situated in Middlesex, on the edge of the Greater London area also known as Metroland, Ruislip, Northwood and Eastcote together form the ancient 11th century parish of Ruislip. The society was started in 1964 and since that time they have produced and published a great deal of research about their heritage and have promoted the […]

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Croydon Natural History & Scientific Society

The Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited is a company limited by guarantee, registered in London, England. Founded in 1870 as the Croydon Microscopical Club, the CNHSS has much in the way of printed matter and museum specimens that is relevant to the district and the archives may help your studies. Do you think […]

EMAS

University of London Extra-Mural Archaeological Society (EMAS)

EMAS was founded in 1988 as the University of London Extra-Mural Archaeological Society, and was initially open to anyone who was a past, or present, student of the University of London Extra-Mural Certificate and Diploma Classes. Nowadays, membership of EMAS is open to anyone over the age of 18 with an interest in archaeology. Contact […]

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