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

News from the capillary universe

By beatrice behlen on 17 May 2011

I cannot believe it was more than a month ago that I last posted an entry. How time flies when you have deadlines to meet and wedding memorabilia to collect (more on this once the Collections Committee has had its say in a few weeks’ time). While trying to find a new home for an Alice band type thing, I took out our hair box (don’t ask) and while it turned out not to be the right place for the Alice band type thing I rediscovered this most fabulous object (apologies for the polystyrene head, will try to do better […]