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And the winner of the LAMAS Research Fund is ...

LAMAS has awarded the 2019 Reasearch Fund to John Schofield and Rebecca Gordon.Their project, titled 'The search for Jewish food in London's medieval Jewry', was awarded £3,500 to publish all the medieval faunal collection from the Milk Street excavation. Click here to find out more about this fascinating project.  


Archaeology Conference 2020 - Registration Now Open!

We are delighted to announce that the registration for the LAMAS 57th Archaeology Conference is now open!

The subject of the afternoon session of this year's conference is Monastic Archaeology in London. It will be held on Saturday the 21 of March at the Museum of London. Here is the full programme.

Trans-66-cover Transactions Volume 66 now available online

The articles from Transactions Volume 66 (2015) are now available to download from this website. 

22bf844e-3614-4629-b231-d66b9535029f The LAMAS Historic Buildings and Conservation Committee needs your help

The Historic Buildings and Conservation Committee (HBCC) reviews applications for listed building consent and seeks to ensure a sustainable future for vital aspects of London’s built heritage.

The HBCC only has an active membership of 12 and, therefore, finds it difficult to cover all 32 London Boroughs. 

If you have the odd hour to spare and are interested in the heritage of your local area, the HBCC would be happy to guide you through your borough's planning website and help you with notes on how to assess the planning proposals.

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Vicki Fox, the HBCC Secretary, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.