Monday, 20 October 2014, 1:00PM
Museum of London

Vanishing Archaeology: The Greenwich Foreshore

Nathalie Cohen

Nearly 20 years of archaeological investigation of the Thames intertidal zone at Greenwich, mostly undertaken by volunteer teams, have revealed a multi-period site, representing activity in the area from the Mesolithic period to the modern day.

Part of the Monday's at One Autumn series.

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Nathalie Cohen is an archivist, field archaeologist on excavations and foreshore and built heritage specialist at the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA).

She is also currently an Honorary Research Associate at University College, London and the Cathedral Archaeologist for Southwark Cathedral.

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20 October 2014

Vanishing Archaeology: The Greenwich Foreshore
Nathalie Cohen

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