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Joint Prehistoric Society and LAMAS lecture: Revealing a Late Bronze Age enclosure Andrew Peachey, Archaeological Solutions Overlooking the former marshes on the north bank of the River Thames, the soil mark of a square enclosure has been recognised since the 1960s. Recent archaeological excavation in advance of mineral extraction has revealed this to be a Late Bronze Age enclosure with two distinct phases of activity, including roundhouses.
A Viking Age Funeral: an eyewitness account a Lecture by David Beard Clore Learning Centre, Museum of London 7:30 pm
Additional Kilns of the Roman Thameside Ceramic Zone: Excavations at the land of the former Mardyke Estate, Rainham, London Borough of Havering. LAMAS Lecture Eniko Hudak, Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd Excavations on the land of the former Mardyke Estate by Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd in 2013 uncovered three Roman pottery kilns, which were producing local sand- and shell-tempered wares dated to the second quarter of the second century AD.
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