Thames Archaeology part 2

Thames view of Globe theatre
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Date/Time
Date(s) - Monday, 9 August 2021
10:15 am - 12:00 pm

Location
Zoom (online)


This is the second talk given by Will Rathouse on Thames Archaeology, the first one in March covered the Thames foreshore between London Bridge and Gabriel’s Wharf,

The Southwark virtual guided walk begins at London Bridge and travels upstream past the Globe Theatre, Bankside Power Station Tate Modern, and the Oxo tower.
It takes in features relating to Southwark’s industrial and entertainment past and describes a few of the fascinating artefacts found there.

Will Rathouse PhD is a community archaeologist at the Museum of London Archaeology, working on the Thames Discovery programme. He co-ordinates archaeological activities for older Londoners, people with mental health difficulties and forces veterans.

To apply to attend this online meeting, send an email to meetings@nlu3a.org.uk by the preceding Friday.