Archaeology Conference 1999

The 36th Annual Conference of London Archaeologists

Date and time: Saturday 20 March 1999, 11.00 am – 6.00 pm

Venue: Museum of London Lecture Theatre

Cost (including afternoon tea): £3.00 (LAMAS members), £4.00 (non-members)

To apply for tickets, please print a copy of the form available on this site, and return it with your cheque. We recommend that you apply as soon as possible, because we cannot guarantee that tickets will still be available on the day.

Morning session: recent work

Chairman’s opening remarks and presentation of the Ralph Merrifield Award
Harvey Sheldon (Chair Archaeological Research Committee)

Excavation at Atlas Wharf, Isle of Dogs
(Bronze Age trackways and Thames flood defences)
David Lakin (Museum of London Archaeology Service)

Excavations at Monument House, City of London
(Roman culvert and Great Fire deposits)
Ian Blair (Museum of London Archaeology Service)

Excavations at Charter Quay, Kingston-upon-Thames
(Medieval High Street and backland activity)
Phil Andrews (Wessex Archaeology)

Excavations at Blackfriars House, Fleet Valley
(Fleet river reclamation and 17th-century Bridewell burials)
Catherine Kavanagh (AOC Archaeology)

Excavations at Deptford Power Station, Deptford
(Post-medieval ship-building and Trinity House almshouses)
David Divers (Pre-Construct Archaeology)

13.00 - 14.15
Lunch (with opportunity to view displays of recent work)

Afternoon session: the archaeology of river Thames

The Thames Archaeological Survey 1995-8: a review
Mike Webber (Field Officer, Thames Archaeological Survey)

An archaeological research framework for the Greater Thames Estuary
John Williams (Kent County Council)

Topographic modelling of the Thames flood plain
Martin Bates (University of Wales, Lampeter)

15.45 - 16.30

Towards a museum in Docklands
Chris Ellmers (Museum in Docklands)

Recent excavations at the Eton Rowing Lake
Tim Allen (Oxford Archaeological Unit)