London's archaeology is as complex and varied as the city is today. These seventeen papers survey twenty-five years of London archaeology in the city and its environs from prehistory to 1800. Contents: Introduction ( H Sheldon and I Haynes ); Towards the development of a settled landscape in London c.4000-1200 BC ( J Cotton ); Changing approaches to the first milolennium ( N Merriman ); The Roman city ( M Hassall ); Art in Roman London ( M Henig ); Religion ( I Haynes ); Evidence from Roman London's cemeteries ( B Barber and J Hall ); Roman Southwark ( H Sheldon ); Roads, roadside settlements and their countryside ( D G Bird ); Early and middle Saxon archaeology ( R Cowie ); Late Saxon and Norman London ( J Clark ); Buildings and defences 1200-1600 ( J Schofield ); Medieval pottery ( A Vince ); Tudor and Stuart playhouses ( S Blatherwick ); Morturay archaeology to 1800 ( V Harding ); Environmental archaeology ( J Sidell ); Archaeology of London, 1973-1997 ( R Cowie and R Densem ).The Archaeology of a City Ian Haynes, Harvey Sheldon, Lesley Hannigan. Pearce, J. aamp; Vince ... Site manual - Part 1: the written record Schofield, J. 1984. ... Aspects of Saxo- Norman London: III The bridgehead and Billingsgate to 1200, London Middlesex Archaeol Soc Spec Pap, 14 Symonds, R. P. aamp; Tomber, R. S. 1991.
|Title||:||London Under Ground|
|Author||:||Ian Haynes, Harvey Sheldon, Lesley Hannigan|
|Publisher||:||Oxbow Books Limited - 2000|