As the festival party season gets underway, our Archaeological Archive takes a look at some items concerning cuisine & dining throughout the ages Read the full post
People are going crazy for our latest blockbuster exhibition, Sherlock: The Man Who Never Lived & Will Never Die. Over at the Archaeological Archive, we’ve delved into the boxes to find some of the objects in our collection that over the years have posed peculiar puzzles for archaeologists to figure out.
Object of VIP13: The Final
Over the past fortnight the Museum of London’s Archaeological Archive has taken to these blog pages to dazzle you with the cream of the crop of our archaeological collections. In each of the three preliminary rounds, five objects have battled for your favour in an effort to determine which has been the best artefact that our volunteers have come across during the 13th Volunteer Inclusion Project (VIP13). Here are the final three: Read the full post
Object of VIP13 – Round 3
For the past week we’ve been pitting objects against each other to determine which has been the best of those worked through during the Museum of London’s 13th Volunteer Inclusion Project. Round 1’s winner was the sword/scabbard pilgrim badge and it is joined in the final with Round 2’s winner, which is…. Read the full post
Object of VIP13 – Round 1
One of the favourite aspects of our Volunteer Inclusion Programme is that we come across loads of incredible artefacts spanning London’s history. And during our current project we’ve encountered some beauties. What we then like to do is get them battling it out, with you, The Great Blog Reading Public, helping to decide which is the very best. No real reason to do this apart from fun. So let’s get started.
“It’s week 3 of the 13th Volunteer Inclusion Program, and it’s already gone so quickly!” Read the full post
A blog post from Jon in our conservation team on the work looking after and preparing our objects for display. As this years’ intern within the applied arts section of the conservation department at the Museum of London I am very grateful to have been given the exciting opportunity of experiencing the build-up and installation of the Museum’s major new exhibition – Dickens and London. In the months before installation began, conservators were busy ensuring all the objects and artefacts were suited to being placed on display. Within the new exhibition objects of a range of materials are installed including […]