Roman road and the river regime
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Roman road and the river regime archaeological investigations in Westminster and Lambeth by Barney Sloane

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About recent work by the Museum of London Archaeology Service in the core of Westminster and in Lambeth. In three parts: firstly, discussing new evidence forthe topography of Thorney Island and the Tyburn outfall, secondly, describing the investigations of the team into Lambeth Palace Gardens and thirdly, the likelihood of the supposed Roman river crossing between Lambeth and Westminster.

StatementBarney Sloane, Hedley Swain and Chris Thomas.
ContributionsSwain, Hedley., Thomas, Chris.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 359-370 :
Number of Pages370
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Open LibraryOL19032168M

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