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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5th December 2014 A visit to the west gate of the Cripplegate Fort, with the Museum of London

6th December 2014 Explore the hidden history of mid-Saxon London with Gustav Milne

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The Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network has been awarded £1.4 million funding by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), with additional support from the National Trust and The Crown Estate’s Marine Stewardship Fund. This three-year project will monitor and survey archaeological sites that are at risk from erosion along our coastline and tidal estuaries.

Comments, photos and news from our recent conference with the Nautical Archaeology Society – held at the Museum of London

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