Thames Discovery Programme Bibliography


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Thames Discovery Programme Bibliography

  1. 1. Thames Discovery Programme Reading Lists A 15th century view of LondonCore ReadingAckroyd, P. 2007 Thames: Sacred RiverBarton, N. 1992 The Lost Rivers of LondonMilne, G. 1985 The Port of Roman LondonMilne, G. 2003 The Port of Medieval LondonMoLAS, 2000, The Archaeology of Greater London: an assessment of archaeological evidencefor human presence in the area now covered by Greater LondonSchofield J 1984 The Building of London from the Conquest to the Great FireTrench, R and Hillman, E 1993 London Under London: A subterranean guideWeinreb, B. and Hibbert, C. (eds) 1983 The London EncyclopaediaFurther ReadingHistory of InvestigationAnon, 1971 Wandsworth Mud Larking in London Archaeologist, Vol. 1, no. 11, 248Cumming, V., Merriman, N. and Ross, C. 1996 Museum of London Scala Books: LondonNoël Hume, I. 1956 Treasure in the Thames Frederick Muller Ltd: LondonShepperd, L 1987 The Treasury Of London’s Past: An Historical Account of the Museum ofLondon and its predecessors, the Guildhall Museum and the London Museum 1
  2. 2. Guidelines and LegislationDepartment of the Environment, 1990 Planning Policy Guidance 16, Archaeology andPlanningPlanning Policy Statement 5: Planning for the Historic Environment 2010Fulford, M., Champion, T. and Long, A.J. 1996 England’s coastal heritage: A desk top studyand management plan for coastal archaeologyFlatman, J. 2009 A Climate of Fear: Recent British Policy and Management of CoastalHeritage in Public Archaeology, Vol. 8 No. 1, 3–19Research FrameworksMuseum of London, 2002 A research framework for London archaeologyWilliam, J. and Brown, N. (eds.) 1999 An Archaeological Research Framework for the GreaterThames Estuary Essex County Council, Kent County Council and English HeritageHeppell, E. 2010 Greater Thames Research Framework Essex County Council, Kent CountyCouncil and English HeritageGreater Thames Framework documents are available via the Thames Estuary PartnershipwebsiteForeshore studiesCowie, R. and Eastmond, D. 1997 An archaeological survey of the foreshore in the Boroughof Richmond upon Thames in London Archaeologist, Vol.8, Part 1 no. 4, 87-93 and Part 2 no.5, 115-121Haughey, F. 1999 The Archaeology of the Thames: prehistory within a dynamic landscape inLondon Archaeologist, Vol.9, no. 1, 16-21 Online “here”:Haughey, F. 2003 From prediction to prospection: finding prehistory in London’s river inAlluvial Archaeology in Europe (eds. A Howard, M Macklin and D Passmore) 61-68, AABalkema: LisseMilne, G. with Bates, M. and Webber, M.D. 1997 Problems, potential and partial solutions:an archaeological study of the tidal Thames, England in World Archaeology, Vol. 29 (1), 130-146Ship studiesMarsden, P. 1994 Ships of the Port of London: first to eleventh centuries AD English HeritageArchaeological Report 3Marsden, P. 1996 Ships of the Port of London: twelfth to seventeenth centuries AD EnglishHeritage Archaeological Report 5 2
  3. 3. Selected waterfront studiesFurther information about MoL Archaeology publications is available hereAyre, J. and Wroe-Brown, R. 2002 The London Millennium Bridge: Excavations of themedieval and later waterfronts at Peter’s Hill, City of London, and Bankside, SouthwarkMoLAS Archaeology Study Series 6Sidell, J., Wilkinson, K., Scaife, R. and Cameron, N. 2000 The Holocene Evolution of theLondon Thames: Archaeological Excavations (1991-1998) for the London UndergroundLimited Jubilee Line Extension Project MoLAS Monograph 5Swift, D 2007 Roman Waterfront Development; Excavations at 12 Arthur St MoLASArchaeology Study Series 20Watson, B, Brigham, T and Dyson, T 2000 London Bridge: 2000 years of a river crossingMoLAS Monograph Series 8 3