The Archaeology of St Bartholomew Hospital

By meriel jeater on 16 Sep 2013


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Recently I worked on a project to produce a display about the history and archaeology of St Bartholomew Hospital. The display appears on panels on a hoarding around the building works currently taking place at the hospital, led by the construction company Skanska. This was a great opportunity for me to delve into the history of this area of London and I found out some truly fascinating things and some intriguing mysteries. Read the full postRead the full post

Pot Idol: contestant four

By other museum staff on 12 Jun 2012

Pot Idol is a contest to find the ceramic star of tomorrow! The winner will be given its time to shine and brought out from the archives at the Museum of London’s Festival of British Archaeology event, Hands-on pots. Over the next six weeks we will be presenting 6 hopeful pots for your consideration – it’s down to you to decide which will win the coveted title of Pot Idol. Once all of the hopefuls have been given a chance to win your hearts, we will ask you to cast your vote and change the life of one lucky pot. […]