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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14th March 2014 A course for A Level Archaeology students at the Tower of London and the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich
BOOK NOW for Thames Discovery Programme training to become a member of the Foreshore Recording and Observation Group NOW SOLD OUT!
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Museum of Water is a collection of publicly donated water and accompanying stories. Accumulating over two years in different sites worldwide, this is an invitation to ponder our precious liquid and how we use it
An oral history project at UCL which aims to tell the story of the early years of archaeology in London, in the words of those who made it happen
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