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Monday, 6 October 2014, 1:00PM
Museum of London

Pompeii of the North: Excavations at Bloomberg London and the Return of the Temple of Mithras

Sadie Watson

The most extensive excavation within the City of London for 20 years revealed internationally significant evidence providing a detailed narrative for the early Roman period.

Waterlogged sediments preserved structures perfectly and the assemblage of artefacts is the largest ever recovered from Roman London.

This lecture will outline the discoveries, and show how they can revolutionise our knowledge of life in the Roman town.

Part of the Mondays at One Autumn Series.

 

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Senior Archaeologist at the Museum of London Archaeology Department.

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6 October 2014

Pompeii of the North: Excavations at Bloomberg London and the Return of the Temple of Mithras
Sadie Watson

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