16 March 2019, 11am – 5:30pm

Weston Theatre, Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London, EC2Y 5HN

Tickets: £17.50


Join the London & Middlesex Archaeology Society for their 56th annual conference, with an afternoon session exploring the Thames and it’s tributaries.

Morning session: Recent Work

11.00am Chairman’s Opening Remarks and Presentation of the 2018 Ralph Merrifield Award Harvey Sheldon
11.10am On the edge of the City, excavations at 56-62 Moorgate Shane Maher, PCA
11.30am 12 Months in the Mud: A Year in the Life of the Thames Discovery Programme Josh Frost, Thames Discovery Programme
11.50am Mining the Archives: revisiting America Square with MOLA’s Archaeology Academy Jacqui Pearce, MOLA
12.05pm Excavations at the Adrian Boult Music Centre, Westminster Abbey Joe Brooks, PCA
12.35pm Archaeological work at Chambers Wharf, Part 2 Stella Bickelmann, MOLA

1.00pm LUNCH

Afternoon session: The Thames and its tributaries

2.00pm Secret Rivers: The making of an exhibition Kate Sumnall/Tom Ardill, Museum of London
2.30pm A Programme of Archaeological Collaboration on the Battersea Channel Mark Stevenson, Historic England
3.00pm A changing Tyburn: From deep river valley to sewers, and from mud to online story maps Virgil Yendell, MOLA

3.30pm TEA

4.30pm Prehistoric occupation of the Wandle valley Barry Bishop, PCA
5.00pm Extracting the Past: Early settlement and monuments in the Middle Thames Valley Gareth Chaffey and John Powell, Wessex Archaeology

5.30pm Close

Further Information

Tickets Early Bird discount (until 1 March 2019): £15.00; Full Price:£17.50

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