Running through the heart of London is a mighty river: the Thames. It has played a central role in the history of the city, and when the tide is low, the capital’s longest archaeological site is revealed. Join us to explore 10,000 years of London’s dynamic history......

Use the TDP website to explore the archaeology and history of London’s river, and find out how you can get down onto the foreshore and make your own discoveries.

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18th – 21st April 2015 NOW FULLY BOOKED Details and booking information for Foreshore Recording and Observation Group training during spring this year

20th April 2015 A joint conference from the Prehistoric Society and the Later Prehistoric Finds Group at the Museum of London and the British Museum

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A presentation by Ben Paites (Portable Antiquities Scheme) outlining some of the discoveries made on the Tower Beach during survey by the Thames Discovery Programme and the Society of Thames Mudlarks

Excavations on the Thames waterfront at Riverbank House in the City of London, by Anthony Mackinder – Archaeology Study Series 33

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