Taryn Nixon, Ellen McAdam, Roberta Tomber and Hedley Swain (eds).

Paperback, 120p, b/w illus throughout (Museum of London Archaeology Service 2002)

The future of London archaeology is the focus of this volume, which follows on from The Archaeology of Greater London (MoLAS 2000). It sets out aims for improving and facilitating research and managing the archaeological resource more effectively. What will be useful for non-specialists are the summaries and reviews of the evidence for the main chronological periods; Prehistory, Roman, Saxon, Medieval and post 1500. A final chapter considers how a research strategy for London can be developed. 

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