Another new article for you!

The 2019 Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society have just been released. This year’s offering is a treasure-trove of London archaeology, presenting new results from the Roman cemetery at Harper Road, Southwark, re-analysis of building stone from the Tower of London, and major new evidence for Lundenwic’s Middle Saxon waterfront from the Adelphi Building, Westminster.

This last article, authored by PCA’s excellent Dougie Killock, includes my report on the coins from the site. Remarkably, these include what may well be London’s earliest medieval coin: a mid-7th century pale gold shilling (‘thrymsa’) from a secure waterfront context. A gem of a coin from a gem of a site – no wonder the editors chose it as the cover image!

Why not have a read? To purchase a copy, get in touch with the Society via their website.

For a full list of my publications to date, check out the ‘Publications’ page on this website: here.