LAMAS 53rd ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF LONDON ARCHAEOLOGISTS

SATURDAY 19 MARCH 2016 THE WESTON THEATRE, MUSEUM OF LONDON  

Morning session: Recent Work  

11.00am   Chairman’s Opening Remarks and Presentation of the 2015 Ralph Merrifield Award, Harvey Sheldon

11.10am   Industry and Magic – quarrying and selective deposition in Ewell, Surrey, Alexis Haslam, PCA

11.35am   21 Lime Street, City, revisited, Lesley Dunwoodie, MOLA

11.55am   Excavations at Principal Place, London Borough of Hackney, Andy Daykin, MOLA

12.15pm Excavations at Brandon House, Southwark: The Tudor Palace and Roman remains, Richard Humphrey, PCA

12.40pm By the banks of the Walbrook: From the Romans to Bedlam, Alison Telfer, MOLA

1.00pm     LUNCH

Afternoon session: London Bodies: Some Recent Advances  

2.00pm   Bedlam burials: Bridging the gap in our osteological knowledge, Michael Henderson, MOLA

2.30pm   Teenage Kicks: Puberty and health in Medieval London, Mary Lewis, University of Reading

3.00pm   Radiographic perspectives on the history of our health, Jelena Bekvalac, Centre for Human Bioarchaeology, MOL

3.30pm   TEA

4.30pm   ‘Teeming with disease and death’: Insights into life and health in Bethnal Green in the mid-19th century, Rachel Ives, Natural History Museum/AOC Archaeology

5.00pm   ‘Our poor, decayed seamen’: An osteological study of the skeletons of 100 Royal Navy pensioners from Greenwich Hospital (1749-1856), Ceri Boston, Linacre College, University of Oxford

5.30pm     CLOSE