Archaeology Conference 2000

The 37th Annual Conference of London Archaeologists

Date and time: Saturday 15 April 2000, 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)

Excavations at Perry Oaks, London Borough of Hillingdon
(Multi-period landscape)
Nick Cook & Jeff Muir (Framework Archaeology)

Recent excavations at London Bridge City, Southwark
(Medieval fish ponds, ships and Tudor finds)
Dave Saxby (Museum of London Archaeology Service)

Excavations at Spitalfields
(Roman/medieval burials and Roman/post-medieval buildings)
Chris Thomas (Museum of London Archaeology Service)

Time Team excavations in Greenwich Park
(Roman ‘temple’ and associated finds)
Hedley Swain (Museum of London Archaeology Service)

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

Afternoon session: Romans in the suburbs

Landscape, environment and resources
Jane Sidell (University College London)

The Roman pottery industry in Highgate Wood
Paul Tyers

15.35 - 16.15

Southwark: suburb or city?
Harvey Sheldon (Birkbeck College, University of London)

What was the relationship between Londinium and its hinterland?
David Bird (Surrey County Council)