Making an Impression: Top 3 Foot/Paw Prints on Roman tiles

By adam corsini on 17 Jun 2014

 Child's footprint

I feel sorry for bricks and tiles. They sit on our shelves at the Museum of London archaeological archive alongside thousands of shiny, beautiful, sexy objects which scream out to be looked at and admired. But the brick? Well it’s pretty much a lump of clay. So how can they compete with the rest? Impressions. Read the full postRead the full post

Meet the Museum: Hilary Young, Digital Curator

By hilary young on 13 May 2014
Hilary Young, Digital Curator

Hilary Young, Digital Curator

Every wondered what it’s like to work in a museum? In this blog series, we introduce you to staff from all three sites of the Museum of London and various different departments. This week Hilary Young, Digital Curator, talks about new ways of collecting, London as a digital city and the joys of London Fields lido.

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