Transactions of the London & Middlesex Archaeological Society

Volume 50

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The first 13 papers in this volume are the proceedings of the CBA Mid-Anglia Group conference held at the Museum of London, 14th February, 1998 on Medieval London: recent archaeological work and research

Excavations at the Royal Opera House: Middle Saxon London
David Bowsher and Gordon Malcolm

The Saxon origins of Queenhithe
Robin Wroe-Brown

Medieval London Bridge and its role in the defence of the realm
Bruce Watson

The dedication of Guildhall Chapel
Nick Bateman

Material from a millennium: detritus from a developing city
Geoff Egan

Aspects of trade and exchange evidenced by recent work on Saxon and medieval pottery from London
Lyn Blackmore

Number 1 Poultry and the development of medieval Cheapside
Philip Treveil and Mark Burch

The churchwardens’ accounts of St Andrew Hubbard, Eastcheap, and their implications
Clive Burgess

Reversing the Dissolution: reconstructing London’s medieval monasteries
Barney Sloane

Reconstructing the demography of medieval London from studies on human skeletal material: problems and potential
Jan Conheeney

Publishing the peopling of medieval London
William White

Metropolitan market networks: London’s economic hinterland in the later Middle Ages
James A Galloway

‘Citie ... of stickes’: toward a material history of medieval London
Craig Spence

St Lawrence Jewry from the 11th to 19th centuries
Nick Bateman and Adrian Miles

Tudor and Stuart Royal visits in and around Hounslow Heath
Andrea Cameron

Painted advertisements in Islington
A D Harvey