30-32 St Mary Axe, EC3, City Of London. An Archaeological Assessment [Site name: 30-32 ST. MARY AXE, EC3
Study area: 0.095ha
Investigation type: Desk-based
District: Tunbridge Wells
A desk-top assessment of a site damaged by a bomb blast in 1992 was undertaken. Excavations in the vicinity had recovered a single sherd of Iron Age pottery and had recorded evidence of Roman activity. The site appeared to have first been built upon in the 16th century. It was concluded that some cut features or archaeological stratification may have survived previous development, and it was recommended that an evaluation should be carried out. [AIP]
The King in the Car Park - 1st peer-revewed paper on the Richard III excavations Open Access
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6-7 June 2013 - ICOMOS-UK Summer Meeting: Ice Age Art and Landscape
ICOMOS-UK Summer Meeting held at the Creswell Crags Museum and organised in collaboration with the Creswell Heritage Trust. The meeting will also offer delegates an opportunity to visit the Creswell limestone gorge and caves, and tour the surrounding magnesium limestone landscapes. more...
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